The images depicted in Little's art--the animals, people, cars and houses, may be autonomous replicas of what they represent, but they are also, even in their bizarre configuration, objects that are infused with a sense of comical affection. His work crosses many boundaries-- specifically those between art and craft, caricature and satire. His sculptures and installations portray the attributes of humans and animals and the ways these attributes are assimilated into social custom. The characters he creates through this process cut through rage, humor, frustration, and joy in a fashion similar to that of cartoons. Exhibition held in the Main Gallery space.
sculpture, humor, caricatures, satire, Salt Lake Art Center
Soldiers Posing in Front of a U.S. Flag
"Sgt. Rush had balls to walk around shirtless. Kinzels Dad was a Panzer driver in WWII." Photo and comments by Vietnam Veteran, Tom Everhart.
sergeant, U.S. Military, Army, Vietnam, humor, group portraits