All is not devastation in Oklahoma City, though if you watch too much news you might be lead to believe so. Life goes on, and with life comes characters like Wayne White, who recently visited the Oklahoma City Museum of Art in his signature style, with a 12-year-old cowboy hate to create a "cubist cowboy rodeo."
As the old cliche goes, Wayne White has worn many hats in his three-decade artistic career: illustrator, animator, puppet engineer, production designer, painter.
For his return to the Sooner State, White, 55, broke out his trusty 12-year-old cowboy hat to get in the spirit of creating a “cubist cowboy rodeo” at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art.
“I've always loved rodeos. One of my earliest memories is going to a rodeo in Tennessee and I was fascinated by them when I was a kid,” White said earlier this month, standing under his giant sculpture of a bull rider in one of the museum's third-floor galleries.
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