In 2001 Wayne Wildcat and
his wife, Tolly traveled Guam to participate in a
1 1/2-month artist-in-residence program. The program is part of the
"America Creates for the Millennium program", supported by the
National Endowment for the Arts and the Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation.
The Hilton hotel, the Guam
Arts Center were host to Wayne's exhibits. He taught three to five times a
week at schools, and workshops and talked at the University of Guam in
the central district of Mangilao.
Many of his exhibits addressed the
Wildcat's art was on
exhibit at this breathtakingly beautiful "Two Lover's Point" on
the north island on Guam, the site of KAHA Art Gallery.
Artist Wayne Wildcat stands with his
wife, Tolly, left, and a student after painting all day in this beautiful
setting, at the weekend long art workshop at Gef Pa'go, injarajan, Guam
2001. She asked for this picture to be taken, she wanted to record this