Wright Gallery Exhibits

On View

Fresh Vision II

Annual School of Architecture Student Exhibition

May 23rd – September 8th 2022


Past Exhibits

Keliy Anderson-Staley: Fifteen Years of Portraits

Keliy Anderson-Staley

March 14, 2022 – May 13, 2022

  • A sign on a wall says “Keliy Anderson Staley: Fifteen years of Portraits” above a picture of a woman with a neutral expression. She wears a light colored cowl neck sweater and hoop earrings. Beyond this entrance area, you can see hints of the gallery behind it with an array of pictures hung on the wall. All photos on the gallery wall are in black and white. There is a shiny brown floor.
  • A wide view that spans the art gallery with 4 sections of walls in view and a large black bench in the center of the room. Each picture on the gallery wall is displayed is a different size with a different person. The photographs are printed on tin and the photos are in black and white.
  • A wide shot of the gallery. There are 5 panel walls in the shot. Each panel holds multiple portrait photos. There are 7 framed groupings that are all the same size. The panel on the right is covered in unframed tin type artworks of different sizes which are scattered on the wall like faces in a crowd. The photos are in black and white. 04 A wide shot of the gallery.
  • A wide shot of the gallery. There are 4 panels in the shot. Each panel holds multiple artworks hung on the wall. Framed artworks are all the same size and are hung in a line. To the right, there is a panel wall with many unframed tin types of different sizes. The photos are in black and white. Through the panels, you can see a large poster with the artist biography in the background.
  • A long wall with a large poster with the artist's biography and artist statement, displayed prominently on the left of a pedestal holding a gallery book. To the right, 3 large and vertical artwork are on the wall. These artworks are black and white with abstract shapes.
  • A sign on a wall says “Keliy Anderson Staley: Fifteen years of Portraits” above a picture of a woman with a neutral expression. She wears a light colored cowl neck sweater and hoop earrings. Beyond this entrance area, you can see hints of the gallery behind it with an array of pictures hung on the wall. All photos on the gallery wall are in black and white. There is a shiny brown floor.

En Route

Catherine Allen

January 17, 2022 – March 3, 2022

  • Entrance into a gallery showing the gallery sign on the outside of entrance and the title of the exhibition through the doors.
    En Route by Catherine Allen at the Wright Gallery.
  • The words “en route” on a white wall with a pedestal in front of it and a framed painting to the left. The painting is of debris stuck to a tree with no leaves in a desert landscape.
    “Burning Bush”, 23.8125”x 22.3125”, framed digital sketch, 2017.
  • The outside corner of gallery walls with a painting of two houses in the process of being built with three complete houses in the background. It is sunset and there is a time-lapse of moon phases in clear view.
    “Development”, 25.325”x 60”, oil on canvas, 2019.
  • A horizontally laid out series of 4 paintings. From left to right, a building in a field folding in on itself. A glass skyscraper in a field. A glass office building folding in on itself. An office building collapsing in on itself.
    “Building 5”, 23.25”x 23.25”, oil on canvas, 2017. “Building 2”, 23.25”x 23.25”, oil on canvas, 2016. “Building 1”, 23.25”x 23.25”, oil on canvas, 2016. “Building 3”, 23.25”x 23.25”, oil on canvas, 2016.
  • An interior corner of a gallery wall with four works on the wall. On the left is a painting of a field with a short mountain in the background at sunset. In the middle top is a painting of billboards, beneath that is a painting of a condemned home. On the right is a painting of an office complex at sunset.
    “Monument”, 22.125”x 33.25”, oil on canvas, 2020. “Overlook”, 13.125”x17.3125”, framed digital sketch, 2021. “Two Houses Study”, 19.3125”x 19.5625”, framed digital sketch, 2019. “Castle”, 27.75”x 24”, oil on canvas, 2020.
  • Interior corner of gallery walls. On the right is a painting of a building being destroyed and on the left is a painting of a suburban home with a blue circular halo around it.
    “Building of the Southwest”, 60”x 48”, oil on canvas, 2019. “Island”, 27.75”x 38.75”, oil on canvas, 2020.
  • A painting of a suburban home with a circular halo shape around it.
    “Island”, 27.75”x 38.75”, oil on canvas, 2020.
  • An angled view of the gallery space with a painting of two houses in the process of being built with three complete houses in the background. It is sunset and there is a time-lapse of moon phases in the foreground of the scene.
    “Development”, 25.325”x 60”, oil on canvas, 2019.
  • An interior corner of gallery walls. On the left is a painting of a structure being built in the middle of an empty field with a sign that says available and a small pond in front. On the right is a painting of a building in a field with two small ponds on the right of the structure.
    “Marfa”, 27.75”x 36”, oil on canvas, 2018. “Two Lakes”, 27.75”x 34.5”, oil on canvas, 2017.
  • A gallery wall with 5 paintings on it. Two are larger on the left and three are smaller on the left.
    “Border Memorial”, 12”x 39.5”, oil on canvas panel, 2018. “Lindsay”, 23.75”x 39.875”, oil on canvas panel, 2021. “Man Camp”, 15.8125”x 26.8125”, framed digital sketch, 2021. “Yard Sale”, 15.8125”x 26.8125”, framed digital sketch, 2021. “New Construction”, 15.8125”x 26.8125”, framed digital sketch, 2017.
  • An interior corner of gallery walls with two paintings on the left and one on the right. The top left is of a winder in the sky with crinkled paper in the windows. On the bottom left is a painting of barred windows floating in the sky above mobile homes and shrub-like trees. On the right is a painting of a glass office building in a field with the reflection of another building in the windows.
    “Study 1”, 24” x24”, oil on panel, 2017. “Study 2”, 24” x24”, oil on panel, 2017. “Building 4”, 36”x 32”, oil on canvas, 2017.
  • The outside corner of gallery walls with one large painting on the left and 4 stacked framed digital sketches on the right. The painting is of a field with the smoke of a house fire in the distant background. The top sketch is of an empty lot in a neighborhood for sale. Beneath that is a sketch of excavators clearing debris. Beneath that is a sketch of new apartments with nothing around them with the sun setting behind them. The bottom sketch is of a crashed white truck in a parking lot with a single storefront in the midground and a field and short mountain with a rainbow in the background.
    “House Fire”, 39.625”x 48.125”, oil on canvas, 2018. “Available”, 14.9239”x 26.8125”, framed digital sketch, 2021. “Bright New City”, 17.8426”x 26.8125”, framed digital sketch, 2021. “Last Apartment on Earth”, 17.8426”x 26.8125”, framed digital sketch, 2021. “Nowhere”, 19.8027”x 26.8125”, framed digital sketch, 2020.
  • An angled view of a gallery wall with two works on it. The painting on the left and in the foreground is of a car crash with a vehicle on its side in front of a gas station with a sign that lists the price of gas as 0 cents. On the right in the background is a framed digital sketch of fireworks over a fence with a recreational vehicle in the foreground with people eating out of cartons.
    “Crash”, 25.75”x 76.75”, oil on canvas, 2021. “July 4th”, 21.5”x 22.875”, framed digital sketch, 2021.
  • Angled view of the gallery from the back. Two paintings on the walls face the viewer. The one on the left is of a storm over a suburban home with a large tree in the foreground. The painting on the right is of dark clouds over a field with a small pond in the foreground.
    “Thunderhead”, 48.25”x 40.75”, oil on canvas, 2020. “Storm/Wave”, 39.625”x 48.125”, oil on canvas, 2018.

Collage

Lance Letscher

November 1, 2021 – January 7, 2022

  • The word collage in black text on a wall with framed artworks in the background.
    Collage by Lance Letscher at the Wright Gallery.
  • A blue and red collage with a grouping of satellites in the upper left corner, a group of missiles in the middle left, and spaceships in the bottom left. Also in lower left corner is a submarine. Running vertically in the center of the piece is a set of ladders. Framed with a white border and light colored wood.
    Lance Letscher. Ladder and Ear. Collage. 2016. Courtesy of Conduit gallery.
  • A patchwork of red, orange, green, and blue stripes running both horizontally and vertically. Framed with a white border and light colored wood. Staples are throughout the design.
    Lance Letscher. Lucky #2. Collage. 2017. Courtesy of Conduit gallery.
  • A patchwork of mostly white and red with blue and yellow accents. A large white percent symbol takes up the entire foreground. Framed with a white border and light colored wood. Staples are throughout the design.
    Lance Letscher. 1%. Collage. 2017. Courtesy of Conduit gallery.
  • A roughly colored red duck in a street made up of black, yellow, blue, and red stripes. Framed with a white border and light colored wood.
    Lance Letscher. Wrecking Ball. Collage. 2017. Courtesy of Conduit gallery.
  • A collage of mostly beige and red squares with a blue ampersand in the middle. Framed with a white border and light colored wood. Staples are throughout the design.
    Lance Letscher. Ampersand. Collage. 2017. Courtesy of Conduit gallery.
  • A collage of mostly beige and red squares with a blue ampersand in the middle. Staples are throughout the design.
    Lance Letscher. Ampersand (detail). Collage. 2017. Courtesy of Conduit gallery.
  • A corner wall that is white with the work “Ampersand” on the left side of the corner and the works “Wrecking Ball” and “1%” on the right hand side
    Collage by Lance Letscher at the Wright Gallery.
  • A group of images mostly consisting of strong round line work and a series of photos of hands. Framed with a white border and light colored wood.
    Lance Letscher. Left Hand. Collage. 2018. Courtesy of Conduit gallery.
  • Images evoking the 1950’s. A pink bed, mens tuxedo tops, a red skirt. Green chairs. In the foreground are several different kinds of ice cream. Framed with a white border and light colored wood.
    Lance Letscher. Ice Cream Time. Collage. 2017. Courtesy of Conduit gallery.
  • A view of the gallery at an angle with the work “Ice Cream Time” in the foreground on the left.
    Collage by Lance Letscher at the Wright Gallery.
  • A view of the gallery at an angle with a black leather bench in the foreground. Round yellow stickers are on the floor for social distancing.
    Collage by Lance Letscher at the Wright Gallery.
  • A variety of trellises on a field of orange with a blue ground in the bottom center. Framed with a white border and light colored wood.
    Lance Letscher. Magic Wand. Collage. 2020. Courtesy of Conduit gallery.
  • A field of cut out noise making objects with the words fun with crayons in the center.
    Lance Letscher. Fun with Crayons. Collage on board. 2016. Courtesy of Conduit gallery.
  • Windows in the foreground on a field of color created by cutouts of womens skirts
    Lance Letscher. Corner Cabinet. Collage. 2017. Courtesy of Conduit gallery.
  • Two works hung vertically. On the top there is a series of pipes on a field of yellow and on the bottom there is a white owl in a captain hat on a field of yellow with a shovel and a large pile of wood objects.
    Lance Letscher. Yellow Plumbing. Collage. 2017. Courtesy of Conduit gallery. Lance Letscher. Secret Report. Collage. 2014. Courtesy of Conduit gallery.
  • View of 3 walls in the gallery with a black leather bench in the foreground. Round yellow stickers are on the floor for social distancing.
    Collage by Lance Letscher at the Wright Gallery.
  • A view of the gallery with a work that has a border of flowers and springs in the middle in the foreground.
    Lance Letscher. Loom. Collage. 2017. Courtesy of Conduit gallery.

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

Fresh Vision I

Annual School of Architecture Student Exhibition

June 1, 2021 – August 26, 2021

Something Tangible

Bryan Florentin

March 2, 2021 – May 20, 2021

Territory: The Exhibition in a Box

Created and Contested Territories research group at Norwich University of the Arts, UK

January 11, 2021 – March 11, 2021

Read the Glasstire entry about this show!

A Dark Wood Grew Inside Me 

Hollis Hammonds & Sasha West 

October 26, 2020 – December 3, 2020

To learn more, visit the artists’ website

Persist Resist Coexist 

Works by Women Faculty in the School of Architecture

August 25, 2020 – October 16, 2020

Promo Video

Virtual Artist Talk Part 1

Virtual Tour

Virtual Artist Talk Part 2