Beauty is embarrassing – Wayne White

I was in the first time I saw his word paintings.

Actually, that’s not the truth… I was in more than thirty years ago when Pee Wee’s Playhouse first aired. That show is hard to understand from a contextual standpoint. It was birthed in a desert of ultra-predictable, off-white bland television shows. Pee Wee’s Playhouse was a visual anarchy of ideas… if Salvador Dali was a Producer of kids television programming he would have created that show… and he would have hired Wayne White just as Paul Reubens did.

This a great, straightforward film about an artist born in Tennessee, living in Los Angeles and addicted to creating.

More on Wayne’s world here.

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