Print Little Double Exposure 11 x 14
Bright pastel colors and repeated geometric shapes create a dynamic composition; triangular planes transform into vertical stripes from left to right. The title alludes to the photographic technique of double exposure, which combines two separate images to construct a new work. To create his colors and crisp lines, James Little painted with a heated mixture of beeswax and raw pigments, developing a version of the painting technique called encaustic first used by ancient Egyptians and Greeks.

Approximate Measurements
Paper Size: 14.00" W x 11.00"H
Image Size: 12.81" W x 10.00" H

James Little, American, born 1952
Double Exposure, 2008
Oil and wax on canvas
39 × 50 in. (99.1 × 127 cm)
The Thelma and Bert Ollie Memorial Collection, Gift of Ronald and Monique Ollie

Item #051483