What the generation of Robert Morris and Joseph Beuys did with felt takes on a whole new twist in the work of Blake Rayne. His first publication for Three Star Books and Westreich/Wagner publications is a book is a sculpture is a program. Its title, Almanac comes from what the artist calls his 'a' line, a spoof on the idea that there are any hierarchies (or "a," "b," and "c," lines) in an artist's work. And just as a mega sculpture can be a minor work, so this mini sculpture is a major piece in the artist's arsenal.
Born in Lewes, Delaware 1969 Lives and works in New York
1992 B.F.A. California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, CA