WEDNESDAY 13 Selling Original JOHN WAYNE GACY Drawings
MURDERDOLLS frontman Wednesday 13 has commissioned Hyaena Gallery in Burbank, California to sell some of his original John Wayne Gacy drawings.
Wednesday 13 acquired these drawing from his manager, who had amassed one of the largest John Wayne Gacy collections including several paintings, drawings and even John Wayne Gacy's bible from his prison cell.
Hyaena Gallery will sell two sets of three framed drawings and one loose drawing, which will come with the original envelope mailed from John Wayne Gacy while in prison. These three items will be on display starting Monday, August 1, with an open reception as part of the "Outside In" exhibit on August 6.
Wednesday 13 will release his new solo album, "Calling All Corpses", on October 11. The artwork for the CD was created by D.A. Frizell, who has worked on SEVENDUST's "Cold Day Memory" as well as AVENGED SEVENFOLD's "Nightmare", "Book Of Nightmare" and "Diamonds In The Rough/ Live In The LBC" and the AVENGED video "A Little Piece Of Heaven".
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