Wendy Little is an artist in Los Angeles. Paris-based floral designer Djordje Varda describes her work as “poetic and strange.”The Estate of William Castle notes, “Little has a wonderful sense for gothic art. Her work shows incredible strength and vulnerability. The beauty and drama in her pieces are breathtaking.”
Her affection for classic horror films proved beneficial when the Bram Stoker Estate commissioned her to create the artwork for the Bram Stoker Centenary in Dublin, Ireland. She is a Dracula fan, so she especially enjoyed this project.Her favorite artists include Louise Joséphine Bourgeois, HR Giger, Claude Monet, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, andZdzisław Beksiński.
Little’s photography was part of the Hive Gallery’s 5th Annual Photography Exhibit in downtown Los Angeles in 2019. Her artwork was on display at Warner Bros. “IT Art Gallery” at Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles, which coincided with the film’s release in 2017. Her black & white photography was part of bG Gallery’s “Grayscale Wonderland III” Exhibit (held at FM Fine Art Gallery in Los Angeles). Both her painting and photography have been showcased at the Midwest Museum of American Art on two separate occasions.In addition, her art has been on exhibit in Santa Fe, NM, Saugatuck & Holland, MI, Northern Indiana and Maine, as well as Echo Park’s Memento Mori and One One Six Two.
Wendy attended Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA, where she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Professional Music (violin and piano). After graduating, she moved to London, England, where she was a studio musician and music journalist. Her passion for photography truly developed while residing in London.
Little’s artistic vision continues to evolve. She has been interlacing her photography with her paintings to imagine new and unique narratives. Little enjoys the realism of a photograph paired with the ethereal mood created by paint. She prefers viewers to conceptualize their own stories when looking at her artwork. In her free time she can be found volunteering for animal rights organizations.
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