A DAY OFF


Oppressed by the demands of an ongoing lawsuit, Wayne imagined taking a day off from the daily routine: a feather tickling her with the idea of playing hooky, the keys with which she locked up the studio, an erotic encounter at high noon, sunset, and a return to work with her X-acto knife.


It was published by the artist in 1981, Each image is on a sheet of Wayne's own Rives measuring 12 1/4  X  10 1/2 in. presented inside a clear Mylar "Silk" folder.




High Noon


YEAR: 1981 SIZE: 12.75 X 10.5 SIGNED: LR - W/IN IMAGE TITLED: LL - W/IN IMAGE ON WAYNE'S RIVES WITH TAMSTONE WATERMARK


The lace brassiere was hand drwn on aluminum, while the background was taken from a piece of silk inked and pressed onto the aluminum plate.


"This is a beautiful little brassiere, High Noon as title was chosen because of the shootout at the OK Corral. It' high noon and the bra's been taken off."



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