““Accident, chance, and circumstance, can shape an object into something it was never meant to be. There is poetry in the results and I find it quite beautiful but everyone has their own viewpoint.”
- Wayne Zebzda
According to Wayne “Many times a found object finds its way to my studio like a lost puppy. I usually don’t know what it’s going to become, but there is an initial attraction to it so I’ll keep it around, feeding it while it feeds me in ways I’m not quite sure of. I wait for it to howl and run off on its own determined direction, leading me along on an adventure. Of course I chase it."
His art ranging from drawing to sculpture, video, photography and installations focuses on key themes including social commentary, as well as environmental or ecological issues. The conceptual play is his work often communicates serious or difficult ideas, and delights in a deep sense of humor in the face of the absurdities of life.
His current series “ROADTRIP” is a continually evolving group of works. It plays off of America’s great romance with the endless highway and transforms everyday familiar signs and objects into something new and engaging. Wayne continues to produce an evolving body of work that provides both way-markers and warning signs on the ultimate Road Trip of life.