There are two more weeks left to see the exhibition of paintings by the late Fincastle artist Harold Little at the Taubman Museum of Art in Roanoke.
Longtime friend Dorsey Taylor, who runs LinDor Arts gallery in downtown Roanoke, helped organize the show.
Little died in 2011 at age 70. In the 1960s, he and his wife, Harriet, lived in Florence, Italy.
Once they returned, he became known for his detailed etchings of Virginia landscapes and cityscapes, inspired by the etchings and lithographs of American-born artist James Abbott McNeill Whistler. Little made prints on an Italian etching press he owned. He later produced oil paintings in a style that evoked pointillism.
Also a musician, television performer and teacher at various points in his career, Little left behind a 35-year body of work, including personal paintings that were surreal and symbolic. The Taubman’s exhibition provides samples from all phases of his life.
The show closes Dec. 29. Admission is free. For more information, call 342-5760 or visit taubmanmuseum.org/main/exhibitions/harold-little.