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Greg Little

We all start somewhere in our journey of doing what we love to do. My creative journey started at an early age. As a young child I watched and learned as my Dad, Uncle and Grand Papa built pirogues in the garage. It’s quite an experience to go out duck hunting in the marsh using a homemade pirogue (even if I did flip over into the water a time or two) ... These are the kind of great memories that last a lifetime...! They inspired me to start my lifelong journey and enjoyment of woodworking and being creative.
I built my soap box Derby cars in the same garage from age 12, 13 & 14 and raced them down the Wisner Blvd overpass during those fun childhood years. I also have renovated and restored old wood yachts and sailboats and built custom furniture. My wife and I have participated in many art shows from Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee & Texas with my wood art.
I consider each and every step of the pieces I design and build as my masterpiece… because I want the finished product to reflect the quality and creativeness of my work. I study each piece to get ideas and details that will evolve in and improve my future creations. Creativeness is an ongoing lifetime journey and a learning process…
Like the old saying goes "it's not the destination... it’s the journey" However, I also feel that each destination reached is great because it means a new journey is now beginning...and this new journey will be even more exciting and fun because of things I’ve learned and experienced during my last journey. I must continually be my own biggest critic and always be very happy and passionate with what I am doing if I expect my work to continually evolve and improve... If a person cannot be satisfied with their own work, they most certainly cannot expect others to appreciate the entire process from start to finish that is involved in each creation....

Greg Little
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