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See a collection of album covers, guitars, artifacts and pictures from the life of Johnny Cash, in a location that was a significant part of Johnny cash’s life and country music history.
Wayne Brezinka creates and sculpts collage, mixed media, and often seemingly-insignificant vintage items into unique images and works art.
“I enjoy working with my hands, and the materials I use are tactile. Paper, cardboard, photographs, string, rope, wood, etc., they’re very organic and have lots of texture. These items allow me to tell a story with the ability to produce many layers and depth. I want to draw the viewer in, and, by using these materials and creating layers and texture, I attain that personal more intimate interaction with the work once seen at a closer glance.”
The beginning of 2017, the former home and office of Colonel Tom Parker, manager of Elvis Presley, – and the headquarters of the Elvis Presley Fan Club and Enterprise – was scheduled for demolition.
Storytellers Museum teams dismantled the interior within about 3 weeks. After the demolition of the exterior was delayed, the team continued its own dismantling, until we had collected 100 tons of building material, including bricks, shingles, a 250-year old tree, a brick pond, and plans to use the materials to create memorial to another great storyteller.
Every visit to the Museum includes live music and stories from our talented in-house musicians.