Alicia Little received an MFA from Ohio State University in 2018 and BFA from the ArtAcademy of Cincinnati in 2013. Her work uses formal properties to visualize spatial relationships between color, shape and form. Working in various modes including drawing, painting, video, sculpture, and installation, found objects, fabrics, plaster, and paint are common materials within the work. Mass produced objects and their waste materials are sought out for formal value, leaving behind utilitarian function to focus on tactile and visual qualities. Pattern, color, and shapes intertwine in an often cyclical and loosely systematic way. Little has been awarded several grants for travel and research, and was an artist in residence at Vermont Studio Center in 2018. She currently lives and works in Richmond, VA.