Ken Wright Exhibit
Hear the Melody, See the Movement, and Feel the Emotion
In July, our Courtroom Gallery will feature abstract acrylic paintings by Ken Wright.
As you view his work, you become the creator as his work speaks to you. As an abstract artist, Ken's work can leave the viewer with the feeling of landscape imagery.
While viewing his work, don't take the first impression, but, linger a while and let the work speak to you. Some viewers will see movement, or dancing figures. Some will see what may resemble a horse. Early in his career, Ken's work was more representational, but then his work took on more of the abstract form. Thus the title of this exhibition, Hear the Melody, See the Movement, and Feel the Emotion.
Exhibit + Artist Info
Hear the Melody, See the Movement, and Feel the Emotion will open on Friday, July 1 and will remain on display through Saturday, July 30.
There will be a special opening reception from 6pm to 8pm on Friday, July 1 where visitors can meet Ken and view his work.
Ken is a Richmond, VA native, and graduate of Norfolk State University with a BFA in graphics and fine arts. He is also a horse owner and one of the founders and president of an African American equestrian club, The Buffalo Riders. Ken is a former arts commissioner for the State of Virginia, and has served on many arts boards. He has won over 300 awards and honors for his work. Ken’s art is in many collections all over the United States and abroad. Among the collectors of his work are President George W. Bush and President Barack Obama, which both hung his work in the White House.