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Paint Pictionary

by Charlie Schultz
Wayne White is a thrift store shopper. He buys up kitchy lithographs made in the sixties and seventies of 19th century Romantic paintings. In his studio the lithographs become White’s canvases, and through their idealized landscapes he adds three-dimensional phrases as if they were monolithic sculptures. It’s a wild west gone zany, as if a mad hatter teamed up with a sculptor to bring Toontown to the land of babbling brooks and wind swept fields of wheat.   White is from Tennessee and the... [more]
Posted by Charlie Schultz on 6/7/09