The painting titled "Centripetal Show" is from Wright's 2012 Kobiphysics series that included paintings inspired by ancient and modern physicists. These paintings were displayed at a one day event called "Kobiphysics:
Containing an actual formula, "Centripetal Show" eludes to the sensations of a circus performance in the abstract, floating a calculation in Wright's signature curls and swirls of whimsy. Currently, the painting can be obtained from Etsy through the Elindy Gallery.
"I certainly can't keep them on Etsy forever and I'd much rather have them in someone's home where they'll be appreciated rather than in storage, waiting for my great-grandchildren to send them off to auction," Wright says of the this and the few other paintings on the site.
Kobina Wright is a second generation Southern California native who wrote her third volume of poetry titled, "Say It! Say Gen-o-cide!!" − dedicated to the Rwandan Genocide of 1994. It was in 2009 that she co-authored a volume of nuler poetry with friend and fellow poet, Lisa Bartley Lacey, titled "A Crime And A Simplification Of Something Sublime." In 2010 she wrote a volume of nuler poetry titled, "50" dedicated to the late Michael Jackson.
In 2013 Wright’s literary and art works have been published in: The Bicycle Review; Boxcar Poetry Review; Burning Word Literary Journal; Crack the Spine; The Fiction Week Literary Review; The Missing Slate; Orion headless; The Passionate Transitory; Subliminal Interiors and Wilderness House Literary Review.
To view or purchase "Centripetal Show," go to: https://www.etsy.com/