Doug LaRue

Doug LaRue



Doug graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Design from Texas A&M University College of Architecture while he worked as a NCAA Sports Photojournalist for regional publications, United Press International and Associated Press. LaRue’s art education continued as a Medical Illustrator for the Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences producing medical art with traditional mediums, specialized graphics computers, cameras, video, film and digital press equipment. He continually educated himself in digital media design, illustration and photography through workshops offered to state agencies including the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators Advanced Airbrush workshop at the Smithsonian Institute of Natural History in Washington, D.C.

Doug’s work was first showcased in University galleries with his first solo showing 1989  at the Brazos Stock Exchange Gallery in Bryan, Texas and in recent years at the Texas State Capitol, Austin, Texas City Hall, The Wittliff Collections at Texas State University and the Forsyth Gallery Collections at Texas A&M University. Doug has designed architecture, designed and published books and nationally distributed magazines, photographed science and music documentaries independently and cable television networks, art directed films and commercials, wrote and directed a Screen Actor's Guild independent film, appeared in studio feature films and supports Water and Environmental Conservation causes.


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