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This painting is part of an ongoing series focused on human engagement, with and in mutually shared and sustained conceptual spaces. In these works, figurative elements morph in and out of a lexicon of imagined forms and structures, with an emphasis on dynamic interaction, and a continuously flowing psychological space. Paintings in this series are typically set in a landscape vaguely reminiscent of the North American desert west, where vast open spaces and stark light set the stage for private yet perhaps strangely familiar developments. Here, the cast off and forgotten detritus of life takes on epochal significance, and the great forces of history dissolve and disintegrate, settling into strata of geologic time. In these works, some may sense visions of a dystopian present or future, while others may sense a more optimistic space of harmonious balance. Either way, the paintings each represent unique meditative acts/visions, rooted in the artist’s faith in and pursuit of connections uncovered and formed through his work. In keeping with modes of working and artistic expression developed over the course of his career, these paintings are parts of a conceptually linked whole, where artworks act out this identity of interconnectedness, both with each other, and with the worlds in which they take form.
Print:Giclee on Fine Art Paper
Size:12 W x 9 H x 0.1 D in
Size with Frame:17.25 W x 14.25 H x 1.2 D in
Ready to Hang:Yes
Packaging:Ships in a Box
Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments.
Jason Wright is an artist working across a variety of media, from drawing and painting, to sculpture, video, and installation. In addition to having roots in the fine art tradition, Wright's practice is informed by a wide range of everyday and vernacular art-making traditions. Wright first began exhibiting work in New York’s Lower East Side after moving there from California, in 1987, including exhibits at Willoughby Sharp, Alleged Gallery, Thread Waxing Space, and Max Fish. In 1996, Wright returned to California and earned an MFA at UC Berkeley. In 2001, Wright relocated to Michigan, where in addition to his studio practice, Wright taught studio art and art history, with a focus on self-taught and vernacular artists, at the University of Michigan, from 2005 to 2016. Wright has recently exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson, Ship in the Woods San Diego, and the Water Street Commons Sculpture Park in Ypsilanti, MI. Wright has most recently taken part in a number of installments of The Other Art Fair, in both Los Angeles and New York, along with other juried exhibits, and a variety of group shows across the country.