Craig LaRotonda has developed an incomparable brand of work examining the human condition and subconscious. His richly layered paintings and sculptures are provocative; imbued with deep emotion and executed with superb craftsmanship. LaRotonda's surreal figurative works possess a dark narrative and grotesque elegance where distorted creatures are captured in a timeless space — surviving the brutality and beauty of existence.

Craig's distinctive artwork graces the walls of famous homes including
collectors in France, Germany, Norway, Mexico, Canada, and the United
States and has appeared on the screen in five feature-length motion
pictures - including the Academy Award winning film “Traffic” directed
by Steven Soderbergh. 

LaRotonda’s award winning illustrations have been featured in Time
Magazine, Playboy, The Washington Post, The Village Voice, The
Progressive, The New York Times and numerous other publications. His
work has received awards from the Society of Illustrators (in New York
and Los Angeles), Communication Arts and Print Magazine and been
exhibited extensively in the US and Europe.