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News Articles about "Nevermore"

105 Feet...

Jefferson waller is not your typical on-a-quest, drawing-for-food, traveling artist. Waller is the midst of a cross - country tour to create the world's longest continuous drawing, sketching out two - foot long segments of whatever inspires him on his travels. The drawing is entitled "Finding Nevermore" and the traveling project is as much about creating a work of art as it is an inner journey to find out where he belongs. <read more>

110 Feet...

He's an artist chasing his dreams. He's abandoned society's idea of the way people should live their lives. Most of all, he's doing exactly what he wants to do with the time God has given him.

Jefferson Waller, a Fayetteville native, has taken on the task of creating the longest continuous drawing and trying to find where in the world he belongs.<read more>

148 Feet...

What a long strange trip it's been for Jefferson Waller. How strange? Strange enough to include visits to the homes of Earnest Hemingway, Steven King and Elvis Presley. How long? About 150 feet and counting. <read more>

258 Feet...

Now here's a work of art that will probably never make it into the Long Center for the Performing Arts, even though it ought to, since it's real long. Jefferson Waller, a long-haired hippy artist and vagabond who uses the word "dude" as if its 1969, is drawing on paper what he says will be the longest continuos drawing in the world done by a single individual. <read more>

 

Jefferson Waller's opus stretches over five years and 500 feet. "Everybody says you've got to look at the big picture," says Waller, unfolding his epic in the backyard of his mother's house off Bragg Boulevard. "This is the big picture." Since 2000, Waller, 46, has been traveling the country and drawing what he sees on 18x12 inch pieces of poser paper. His journey has taken him from the Florida Keys to Bangor, Maine; from the bright lights of Las Vegas to the dusty towns of Texas. Every stop on Waller's trek is fodder for this art. <read more>

 

 

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