Born in Stillwater, Oklahoma in 1961, Chlouber lived in Arizona on the Navaho and Hopi reservations during her early years with her family. “I have a deep appreciation for Native American cultures and growing up on the Indian reservations has greatly influenced me as an artist,” Chlouber says.
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When asked about her favorite and recent purchase, Chlouber replied, “I love this piece of artwork I purchased from Louise Stanley, “Unfair Labor Practices”. She's such an icon in the Bay Area and Berkeley.”
The Wrighter is scheduled to feature two artists per week as the planned features are rolled out on the heels of the recent sell of one of Wright’s own paintings titled, “Newton’s Attraction,”
Wright is a California native who earned her BA from the California State University, Fullerton. She has created several art series, including, “Fractured,”
Wright has also written several books, including, “50” and “A Crime And A Simplification Of Something Sublime,” the latter includes several of her sketches. She has performed in theater productions, independent films and commercials and is currently working on a collection of poetry.
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To view more of Chlouber’s work, go to: http://www.tenfingers.com/