Size: 13"W x 16.5"H x 0.1"D
Year Created: 2018
Japanese warrior armed with his yari.
This piece was included in commissioned art for guest passes at the 2006 Nan Desu Kon Japanese culture festival in Denver, CO.
Trained in fine art, illustration and graphic design, I have a versatile set of artistic styles. I began my career in art under the tutelage of my father, Kay K. Little, Sr. I developed an interest in art thanks to him. He always invited my brothers and sister to join him as he went to art shows and competitions. I learned about different media, styles of art, as well as how to speak to people in public about art and what the meaning of a particular piece was. This peaked my own creative juices and led me to start my own art and exhibit with him when I was just 15 years old. My favorite media are watercolor, wax pencils, charcoal and India ink. My early work followed in my father's footsteps and focused on south western art, featuring the Buffalo soldiers and native Americans.