Born in Burlington, Ontario, Brenda Little’s passion for art developed at a very young age under the instruction of her artistic father.
In 1985, she studied illustration at Sheridan College in Brampton, Ontario and then moved to Peterborough to work from her studio.
She is best known for her realistic acrylic and watercolor paintings depicting scenes that enoke a sense of peace and wonder to the viewer.
Alfa Laval Agri commissioned Brenda for seven years to illustrate their collector plates, greeting cards, t-shirts and sweatshirt designs.
In 1999, Brenda was honoured to illustrate Alfa Laval’s “100 years in Canada” collector plate, as well as their commemorative t-shirt design, distributed throughout Canada, U.S, Europe and South America.
Brenda has also been featured in many publications including, The Peterborough Examiner, Arabella (Canadian Art Magazine 2012), The Kawartha Promoter, TV interviews with CHEX News and WPBS Television (New York). Her original paintings and limited edition prints can be found in many private and corporate art collections throughout Canada and the U.S.