Larian's work has been described "as bright and complex as a kaleidoscope, while others are as soft and gentle as a summer rain. Each piece offers an intriguing visual experience."
Larian established his first gallery in Laguna Beach, California, selling three paintings to a curious passerby who happened along before the paint on the walls had dried. Later, a visitor from France recommended Larian's work for consideration to the International Academy of De Lutec in Paris, France. Subsequently awarded the Academy's Silver Medal, Larian is one of the few Americans to have received this honor. He is exhibited worldwide in galleries in New York, the Midwest, California, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico; represented in private and corporate collections throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, Japan and Australia.