Sunday, August 27, 2006


In today's Ovation section of the Columbia Tribune Sunday paper is a feature on Wayne. Not every fact is correct but the gist of what Marcia Vanderlip wrote about Wayne and his work really captures his intent. Needless to say I am very proud of him and after only being here for two and a half months I feel we've been given quite a generous welcome. I'll be posting more on Wayne and his work in the near future as he prepares for an upcoming show here in Columbia. After that's behind him we'll begin a collaboration, our first, as we conceive and execute Station Six, "Veronica Wipes the Face of Jesus," for a Lenten installation at Xnihilo Gallery in Houston. We'll be combining my writing with Wayne's art and I'll be excited to see what working together will produce.


Maleah said...

Performance art, showing daily... Titled Samantha and Hayley. Act I and Act II, respectively. Sunup to Sundown. Visuals stunning and feats ever changing. The installments are "must-sees." I believe it was the first collaboration by Wayne and Allison. Art indeed.

terrence said...

oh yaw soh bew-tiff-ull
fank yah me luv-vee
nun ov diss wood ave bin poss wit owt ya!

i luv yer until the seas run dry
forever we will grow an flow an snow and toast and froots an marbles an this infinity will be an eternity of posterity an majesty and yew do 4 me all possibility, a certainty, unquestionably - - - > thank you what you do to me...

forever you have my husbandry
marmaduke frothingworthdean III

you are my cardboard dream
my joyful scream
my gasoline
my vaseline
my trampoline
my banana
my panajamas
iguanas, dali llamas, etcetera, etcetera, etcetera...

Karen Miedrich-Luo said...


Jenni said...

I look forward to the Lenten installation at Xnihilo! I'm sure the two of you will produce brilliancy.

Peter Smythe said...

Congratulations to Wayne. It's nice to see that he has decided to do something more meaningful in his life other than to fix my webpage edits.