“An intuitive artist born with an autodidactic virtuosity, John Waguespack gained prominence through a proliferation of diverse artwork in the span of a decade, and since then, he continues to explore a variety of pictorial mediums with discipline and tenacity.  His stylistic work reminds me of the New European painter Gerhard Richter, whose photorealistic creations contain essences that are reminiscent of Waguespack’s eclectic mash-ups of our modern visual culture-be it popular media, politics and even the history of art. Both Waguespack and Richter travel in the same wavelength by escaping through the route of modern discourse of their visually passionate journeys."

– DeWitt Cheng, Art Critic