I understand lots of people feel that the march of time has been reduced to a crawl and there’s a constant news feed of dire circumstances. I am fortunate enough to feel, at the moment, that this is a ripe time for documentation of the psychologically creative persuasion.
Christian Little’s paintings call into question the idea of maintained appearances and act as artifacts of the artist’s experiences growing up in the Hamptons in a working class family. The central themes of Little’s work are class, vanity, labor, leisure, and perceptions of “reality.”