Christopher Little

Pre-degree & Foundation Studies


Email: [email protected]. Phone 07751731213.

Hi!  I’m a retired vet. I’ve lived in Canterbury for about 20 years. I love this city. I took up art a few years ago for leisure, but now I’m taking it quite seriously. I love drawing but my main interest is sculpture because I find three dimensional work especially potent. Some of my inspirations come from animals (no surprise there) but I’m also interested in twisted shapes. I am quite taken with natural forms from bones, skulls, trees, wings, fungi and flowers. I have been influenced by many of the abstract sculptors of the last century or so including Jacob Epstein, Henri Gauder-Brzeska, Henri Moore, Pablo Picasso, Georgia O’Keefe, and Magdelena Abakanowicz.  Some of my work has a clear meaning, such as a series of drawings I made of rhinoceros which I gradually erased as a warning of extinction and the wider threat to the biosphere.  However, most of my work is simply a exploration of form. I use many different media. I also enjoy stone balancing.

Christopher Little | Fine Art 5
"Phoenix punk" Mild steel, approximately 3 metres x 1 metre x 1 metre (including plinth)
Christopher Little | Fine Art 4
Rhino skull, plaster, approximately 60cm x 40cm x 40cm
Christopher Little | Fine Art 3
Amorphous form, mild steel mesh, approximately 40 cm x 40cm x 40cm
Christopher Little | Fine Art 2
"No way out" Plaster and mild steel. Approximately 50 cm x 50 ccm x 70 cm
Christopher Little | Fine Art 1
Head. Portland limestone. Approximately 35 cm x 15 cm x 15 cm
Christopher Little | Fine Art
"The extinction of the rhino" Charcoal drawings erased and photographed. High quality print approximately 2 metres x 3 metres.
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