Wright Gallery Exhibits

On View

Transient Nature

A Transient Nature

Dameon Lester, Shawn Camp and Shannon Faseler

November 7 2022 – January 13 2023

Closed for holidays: November 23 – 25 & December 22 – January 4.

Artist Talk: Tuesday, November 15 , 2–3 p.m.
Reception: Tuesday, November 15, 3–4:30 p.m.
Wright Gallery. Open to the Public


Past Exhibits

The Constructed Self

Karen Navarro
September 19th – October
Participating space of FotoFest Biennial 2022

  • From left to right a sign of information about the exhibit, and 4 abstract portraits on display. The first is larger than the other 3, and is a colorful portrait of a young woman with squares of color inserted into the painting. The next is a portrait of a young woman with circles cut out of the face and left side of the body. The third is a portrait of a young man cut into vertical strips and rearranged. The last is a portrait of a young woman cut into horizontal strips.
    The Constructed Self by Karen Navarro at Wright Gallery.
  • 3 pieces of art on display. From left to right an abstract sculpture of a portrait of a woman separated in long, horizontal pieces hanging from the ceiling. A colorful portrait of a young man with squares cut out and rearranged. A portrait of two men with many small squares rearranged so they blend together.
    Karen Navarro. Twisted. Archival inkjet print, wood, acrylic paint, epoxy, and metal rope. 52 x 18 x 18 in.; Fragment A.P. Archival inkjet print, wood, acrylic paint, epoxy. 28 x 24 in.; Subject #6 variation 1. Laser-cut embossed archival inkjet print. 18 x 14 x 1.5 in.
  • 4 pieces of art on display. From left to right a portrait of a man cut into vertical strips and rearranged with squares of color throughout the portrait. A large portrait of a man made out of small rectangular panels with some of the panels switched and displaced. A rectangular purple panel with orange edges and the words “i am large” in a darker purple near the bottom of the panel. A rectangular blue panel with darker blue edges and the words “i contain multitudes” in the center of the panel.
    Karen Navarro. Displaced. Acrylic, wood, archival inkjet print, acrylic paint. 24 x 23 in.; Segmented. Archival inkjet print, wood, acrylic paint, epoxy. 66.5 x 45 in.; I am large II. Acrylic, wood, archival inkjet print, acrylic paint. 16 x 12 in.; I contain multitudes II. Acrylic, wood, archival inkjet print, acrylic paint. 16 x 12 in.
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    Karen Navarro. Fractured. Archival inkjet print, wood, acrylic paint, epoxy, vinyl. 50 x 40 in.; Segmented. Archival inkjet print, wood, acrylic paint, epoxy. 66.5 x 45 in.
  • A large portrait of a man made out of small rectangular panels with some of the panels switched and displaced.
    Karen Navarro. (detail) Segmented. Archival inkjet print, wood, acrylic paint, epoxy. 66.5 x 45 in.
  • A close up view of a large portrait of a man made out of small rectangular panels with some of the panels switched and displaced.
    Karen Navarro. Segmented. Archival inkjet print, wood, acrylic paint, epoxy. 66.5 x 45 in.
  • A large portrait of a man made out of small rectangular panels with some of the panels switched and displaced.
    Karen Navarro. Puzzled. Archival inkjet print, wood, acrylic paint, epoxy. 50 x 36 in.
  • 5 abstract portraits displayed on two walls perpendicular to each other, all with the subjects wearing red tops on pink backgrounds. From left to right a portrait of a man cut into horizontal strips, A portrait of a man with strips cut out of his head in the shape of a square, a portrait of a woman wearing a cowboy hat but into horizontal strips, a portrait of a woman with strips cut out of her face and body in the shape of circles, and a portrait of a woman with strips cut out of her face and body in the shape of rectangles and rearranged.
    Karen Navarro. Subject #4. Archival inkjet print; Subject #3 variation 1. Laser-cut embossed archival inkjet print; Subject #11. Laser-cut embossed archival inkjet print; Subject #9 variation 1. Laser-cut embossed archival inkjet print; Subject #12. Laser-cut embossed archival inkjet print. 18 x 14 in.
  • From left to right, a large portrait of a man made out of small rectangular panels with some of the panels switched and displaced. A rectangular purple panel with orange edges and the words “i am large” in a darker purple near the bottom of the panel. A rectangular blue panel with darker blue edges and the words “i contain multitudes” in the center of the panel. A sculpture of a portrait of a man cut into horizontal strips and twisted to stick out each way.
    Karen Navarro.Twisted variation. Archival inkjet print, wood, gesso, metal, acrylic paint, epoxy. 24 x 24 x 15 in.; I am large II. Acrylic, wood, archival inkjet print, acrylic paint. 16 x 12 in.; I contain multitudes II. Acrylic, wood, archival inkjet print, acrylic paint. 16 x 12 in.
  • A side view of a large portrait of a man on a bent wooden and vinyl panel with a circle cut out of the face
    Karen Navarro. Fractured. Archival inkjet print, wood, acrylic paint, epoxy, vinyl. 50 x 40 in.
  • From left to right, a colorful portrait of a young man with squares cut out and rearranged. A sculpture of a portrait of a man cut into horizontal strips and twisted to stick out each way. A rectangular, white panel with yellow and blue edges and the words “glimpses of ourselves” near the bottom of the panel. A rectangular, yellow panel with blue and yellow edges and the words “what is real?” in a darker yellow toward the bottom of the panel.
    Karen Navarro. Left to right: Fragment A.P. Archival inkjet print, wood, acrylic paint, epoxy. 28 x 24 in.; Twisted variation. Archival inkjet print, wood, gesso, metal, acrylic paint, epoxy. 24 x 24 x 15 in.; Glimpses of ourselves (yellow). Acrylic, wood, archival inkjet print, acrylic paint. 12 x 18 in.; What is real? (yellow). Acrylic, wood, archival inkjet print, acrylic paint. 12 x 18 in.
  • A large portrait of a man on a bent wooden and vinyl panel with a circle cut out of the face
    Karen Navarro. Fractured. Archival inkjet print, wood, acrylic paint, epoxy, vinyl. 50 x 40 in.
  • A picture of a large portion of the gallery showcasing many of the pieces of art on display. A sculpture of a portrait of a man cut into horizontal strips and twisted to stick out each way.
    Karen Navarro. Left to right: Fragment A.P.; Twisted variation; Subject #4 variation 1; Subject #5; Fractional. Subject #16; Subject #4 variation 2; Subject #15 variation 1.
  • An abstract sculpture of a portrait of a woman separated in long, horizontal pieces hanging from the ceiling
    Karen Navarro. Twisted. Archival inkjet print, wood, acrylic paint, epoxy, and metal rope. 52 x 18 x 18 in.
  • A picture of a large portion of the gallery showcasing many of the pieces of art on display. A sculpture of a portrait of a man cut into horizontal strips and twisted to stick out each way.
    Karen Navarro. Foreground to background: Fractured; Segmented; Twisted variation; Fractional; Subject #16; Subject #4 variation 2; Subject #15 variation 1; Glimpses of ourselves (yellow); What is real? (yellow).
  • A sculpture of a portrait of a woman cut into horizontal strips and twisted to stick out each way.
    Karen Navarro. Twisted variation. Archival inkjet print, wood, gesso, metal, acrylic paint, epoxy. 24 x 24 x 15 in.
  • From left to right a sign of information about the exhibit, and 4 abstract portraits on display. The first is larger than the other 3, and is a colorful portrait of a young woman with squares of color inserted into the painting. The next is a portrait of a young woman with circles cut out of the face and left side of the body. The third is a portrait of a young man cut into vertical strips and rearranged. The last is a portrait of a young woman cut into horizontal strips.
    Karen Navarro. Fractional. Archival inkjet print, wood, acrylic paint, epoxy. 20 x 24 in; Subject #16. Laser-cut embossed archival inkjet print. 11 x 14 in; Subject #4 variation 2. Laser-cut embossed archival inkjet print. 11 x 14 in.; Subject #15 variation 1. Laser-cut embossed archival inkjet print. 11 x 14 in.
  • From left to right a sculpture portrait of a woman and 2 colored panels. The first is a pink sculpture of a woman cut into horizontal strips that are twisted and stick out each way. The second is a purple panel with yellow trim and the words glimpses of us. The last is a yellow panel with purple trim and the question: what is real?
    Karen Navarro. Twisted variation. Archival inkjet print, wood, gesso, metal, acrylic paint, epoxy. 24 x 24 x 15 in.; Glimpses of ourselves (yellow). Acrylic, wood, archival inkjet print, acrylic paint. 12 x 8 in.; What is real? (yellow). Acrylic, wood, archival inkjet print, acrylic paint. 12 x 8 in.
  • From left to right a hanging sculpture and 2 portraits. The first is a hanging sculpture of a woman with red hair in a leopard shirt cut into strips and suspended from a wire cable. The next is a green portrait of a man with parts of his face offset by squares of color. The last is a portrait of a man cut into strips and basket weaved together in an offset pattern.
    Karen Navarro. Twisted. Archival inkjet print, wood, epoxy, acrylic paint, metal rope. 52 x 18 x 18 in.; Fragment A.P.. Archival inkjet print, wood, acrylic paint, epoxy. 28 x 24in.; Subject #6 variation 1. Laser-cut embossed archival inkjet print. 18 x 14 x 1.5 in.
  • From left to right, a portrait and a sculpture. The left portrait is of a man cut into squares with his face offset by squares of green. The right is a sculpture of a woman cut into srtips that are twisted and go in each direction.
    Karen Navarro. Fragment A.P.. Archival inkjet print, wood, acrylic paint, epoxy. 28 x 24in; Twisted variation. Archival inkjet print, wood, gesso, metal, acrylic paint, epoxy. 24 x 24 x 15 in.
  • From left to right there are 3 portraits. The first is a portrait of a woman in a red shirt with circles cut into her face and body. The next is a portrait of a man in a red shirt cut into vertical strips. The last is a portrait of a woman in a blue shirt cut into horizontal strips.
    Karen Navarro. Subject #16. Laser-cut embossed archival inkjet print. 11 x 14 in; Subject #4 variation 2. Laser-cut embossed archival inkjet print. 11 x 14 in.; Subject #15 variation 1. Laser-cut embossed archival inkjet print. 11 x 14 in.
  • A portrait of a woman with red hair on a green background cut into 9 squares.
    Karen Navarro. Name TBC. Acrylic wood, archival inkjet print, acrylic paint. 20 x 20 in.
  • A portrait of a man with braided hair in a striped shirt on a peach background cut into four rectangles with squares of color inserted.
    Karen Navarro. Dislodged. Acrylic, wood, archival inkjet print, acrylic paint. 23.5 x 29.5 in.

Fresh Vision II

Annual School of Architecture Student Exhibition
May 23rd – September 8th 2022

Keliy Anderson-Staley: Fifteen Years of Portraits

Keliy Anderson-Staley

March 14, 2022 – May 13, 2022

En Route

Catherine Allen

January 17, 2022 – March 3, 2022

Collage

Lance Letscher

November 1, 2021 – January 7, 2022

見て分からんものは聞いても分からん_ A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

Mayuko Ono Gray

September 6, 2021 – October 20, 2021