Wayne Rainey and The Phoenix Art Scene Featured in
The New York Post
PHOENIX, Arizona—February 17, 2004—Phoenix’s downtown art scene is finally receiving the recognition it deserves, and by The New York post no less. The online edition highlights the pioneering efforts of Wayne Rainey’s monOrchid building — instrumental in bringing some much needed foot traffic to downtown Phoenix. Other featured locations taking part in Phoenix’s downtown revitalization include: The Paisley Violin, Willow House, and The Phoenix Art Museum.
Wayne Rainey is a successful fine-art and commercial photographer based in Phoenix, Arizona. His work has appeared in Bentley Gallery, Communication Arts, and Art News. His clients include Sam Adams, Phoenix Zoo, SRP, Circle K, Canadian Business Magazine, and The Arizona Lottery.
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More Information about Portrait and Lifestyle Photographer Wayne Rainey
Wayne Rainey is a fine-art and commercial photographer, and an artistic community activist based in Phoenix, Arizona. Educated in photography through 25 years of practical experience, Rainey has specialized in commercial fields such as food, lifestyles, resort, and major production advertising. In addition to his commercial career, Rainey’s reputation in the fine arts world is well known through exhibitions at Bentley Gallery and reviews in publications such as ArtNews and Communication Arts.