Wade Guyton is a Contemporary artist renown for his monochrome prints made with an inkjet printer. Wade Guyton was born in Hammond, Indiana in the year 1972.
Guyton received a B.A. degree from the University of Tennessee. Guyton also studied at Hunter College based in New York City.
In 2004 Guyton began to use an Epson Inkjet printer and scanner to produce his art. Much like Andy Warhol, Guyton finds beauty in the unexpected events on the surface of his paper such as drips and streaks of ink.
Below we catch up with our art admiring friend, the great james Kalm, to view an exhibition featuring the work of Wade Guyton:
The artist was a participant in the 2009 Venice Biennial.
Price range information: Works range from the low six figures with many works by the artist breaking the one million dollar barrier.
Guyton is part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art and Whitney Museum both located in New York City.