David A. Little graduated Magna Cum Laude from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 1983 receiving a BFA in Fine Arts. He was awarded a Henry Walters Traveling Fellowship and has received grants from Baltimore City and the Maryland State Arts Council. David Little's works are exhibited regularly in the Mid-Atlantic Region. His imagery involves the exploration of the human figure and its juxtaposition with architectural structures in environments that he creates from his memory. One of the strengths in Mr. Little's work is his understanding and depiction of human anatomy that he developed in working in a maxilla facial prosthetic lab and in assisting in a physical therapy clinic. The majority of his image making is in the discipline of drawing using traditional media such as pastel, conté, and pencil, but, also includes gouache and collage. Mr. Little has experience teaching both high school and college students, as well as participants in a variety of workshops. His other artistic experiences include artist's residencies and speaking engagements.