BILL (W.H.WAX) & LISA C. WAX
ruby F. BAGLEY
My Mom, Ruby F. Bagley. Without her I would not be an artist. She was devoted to me and my artistic development. She was a successful business woman, leader in her church and in the community. In 1984 a near fatal car accident near Mena, Arkansas forever changed her life and mine.
My Dad, William T. Wax. I am named after my Father and my Great Uncle Howard Wax. My Father is my hero, he is always there when I need him, when I don't think I need him and when I don't deserve him. A brilliant hard working businessman that continues to be incredibly successful in everything he does.
AWARD WINNING ARTIST AT AN EARLY AGE
BEGAN DRAWING AT AGE 4 AND WON FIRST ART COMPETION AT AGE 6 IN JEFFERSON PARRISH, LOUISIANA
WAX IS STATE WINNER
BILLY WAX: A YOUNG ARTIST
THE W.H.WAX / WACHS LOGOS
I decided to use the original spelling of our Family name Wachs instead of Wax in honor of my Grandfather who devoted much of his time to researching the Wax Family. I believe he would be honored.
The logo with the paint brush sticking out is an abstract design of the name Wax. The "Established 1976 New Orleans" refers to my first professional adult level art competition where I won first place at age 6. I continued competing across Louisiana until 1983 when we moved to Wickes, Arkansas.