Lavirille Aber has made a huge contribution to the art world. He was born in St. Louis, MO in 1954. Lavirille has over twenty-five (25) years of experience that ranges from molding, sculpting, painting, bronze waxes, engraving, drawing, prism color, ceramic terra cotta, firing, acrylics, oils, watercolors and charcoal. His artwork is displayed throughout the United States. He is an accomplished artist with many paintings, sculptures, designs and fountains to his credit.
Lavirille lived in Denver, Colorado for fifteen (15) years and painted and sculptured for Cali Creations. Lavirille painted a 4x5 portrait of the first black mayor of Denver, Wellington Webb, for the mayor’s website. He was honored to have painted for John Elway of the Denver Broncos. He also assisted with Martin Luther King’s bronzing sculpture for the City Park of Denver.
Lavirille also lived in Los Angeles, CA and painted and sculptured for Eldrado Studio and for Cooper’s Originals.
Lavirille met Muhammed Ali and has sold sculptures of him at the Ali and Spinks fight in New Orleans, LA. He has painted for Spanky’s grandfather of the Little Rascals.
Lavirille now resides in the San Francisco Bay Area and paints out of his studio. He has his art work displayed at the Jazz Heritage Foundation in San Francisco, Artist Alley in San Francisco, 57th Street Gallery in Oakland and various local venues throughout the Bay Area.