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Awards & Shows
 2015 Awards & Shows  

2015 Taking Flight: Birds In Art show at Tohono Chul Park: Birdka Kukri Knife and Khanjar Persian Daggar were accepted for display at the juried Taking Flight: Birds In Art show at Tohono Chul Park (Exhibit House Main Gallery) from Friday, November 13 – Sunday, February 14, 2016 » read more

Powderhorns and More Artisan of the Month - May 2015. Powderhorns and More honored Larry Gotkin as Artisan of the Month for May 2015. The honor included mention on Powderhorns and More's website, Facebook, and Constant Contact page; two free scrimshaw grade horns; and one photo in the Powderhorns and More 2016 Limited Edition Calendar. » read more

 2014 Awards & Shows  

2014 Pima Community College Annual juried Student Art Exhibitiony (April 7 - Friday, May 9, 2014) — Sainti (parrying weapon) and Zaghnal (war hammer) were accepted for display at the juried Annual Student Art Exhibition (Louis Carlos Bernal Gallery West Campus). » read more

 2013 Awards & Shows 

2013 Metal, Stone & Wood Exhibit Tohono Chul Exhibit House Main Gallery (April 26 - September 1, 2013) — Birdka Kukri Knife, was accepted for display at the juried Metal, Stone & Wood Exhibit at Tohono Chul Park (Exhibit House Main Gallery). » read more

2013 Pima Community College Annual juried Student Art Exhibition (Monday, April 1 - Friday, May 3, 2013) — Tlingit Copper Knife and Mexican Belduque Knife were accepted for display at the Pima Community College (PCC) Annual juried Student Art Exhibition 2013 at the Louis Carlos Bernal Gallery. The Tlingit Copper Knife was awarded "Honors" in Metal. » read more

 2012 Awards & Shows 

2012 Arizona Designer Craftsman Juried Holiday Show (November 16-18, 2012) — Several pieces were accepted for display at The Tucson Museum of Art: Honeycomb Katana, Bronze-Age Leaf Dagger, Birdka Kukri Knife, Tlingit Copper Knife, Owl Aikuchi, and Forged Scots Knife Duo. » read more

2012 Arizona Designer Craftsmen Craftsmanship Juried Show (September 19 - September 30, 2012) — Birdka Kukri Knife, Forged Scots Knife Duo, Koi Sword, and Tlingit Copper Knife were accepted for display at the 2012 ADC Craftsmanship show at the Arizona Art Alliance Gallery. » read more

2012 Pima Community College Annual juried Student Art Exhibition (April 11, 2012) — Best of Show and Best of 3D for Horned Hawk and Best of Metal for Birda Kukri, with acceptance into Salon de de Refuses' Exhibit in the Student Gallery for Calla Lilies. » read more

 2010 Awards & Shows 

2010 Pima Community College Annual juried Student Art Exhibition (April 7, 2010) — Larry submitted his Cattail Katanakake, Ivory Sgain Dubh, and Spontoon Gunstock Warclub to the Pima Community College Annual juried Student Art Exhibition 2010, and all three were accepted for display. The Ivory Sgain Dubh received two awards: an Honor in Metal/Jewelry and an Arizona Design Craftsman Award. » read more

    Architecture and award-winning museum-quality custom handmade knives, edged weapons, powder horns / powderhorns, tomahawks, war clubs (warclubs), jewelry, metal sculpture, cribbage boards, flint and obsidian knives, Japanese swords, menorahs, and more from Tucson, Arizona artist and architect Larry Gotkin.

    About Larry Gotkin
    Artist & Registered AZ Architect
    Tucson, Arizona
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    Unique Custom Handmade Items: acid etching, architecture, blades, candle holders, cheese slicers, clasps, cribbage boards, chess setscustom knives, daggers, desk knives, dirks, edged weapons (knives), edged weapons (tomahawks), flint knives, guns, hadseax, handmade knives, Japanese swords, jewelry, katanas, kitchen knives, knife bags, knives, menukis, metal sculpture, obsidian knives, powder horns, powderhorns, puukkos, sax, scramaseax, scramsax, scrimshaw, seax, seaxe, sgian dubhs, skeans, skinners, spears, sword bags, swords, tallit clips, tantos, tomahawks, wakizashis, war clubs, weapons (knives), weapons (tomahawks), weapons (war clubs), yoga pose meditation candles, yoga pose metal sculptures

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