Jan. 17, 2012
-- Artist, actress and writer, Kobina Wright, has placed a second original painting for sell in 2012. Wright, known for holding onto her originals, unveils her abstract painting titled “Rintmaki”
this month. The title of this work of art is inspired by the Hodaoa-Anibo language, a language Wright created in 2004.
According to Wright’s website, the Hodaoa- Anibo language was created in tribute to the slaves that were forced into the New World starting in 1619, whose posterity has lost their native language, culture, and familial record of origin.
is a 2008 16 x 20 original acrylic on canvas painting. The word “rintmaki”
translates to the English word, “reaching,”
as the concept is illustrated through an abstract interpretation of towering trees that possibly huddle and canopy a forest floor. The painting also comes with a certificate of authenticity.
Earlier this year, Wright began seeking buyers for her original 2008 painting titled, “Night Buildings.” It is still for sell.
Wright is a California native who earned her degree from the California State University, Fullerton. She has created several art series, including, “Fractured,”
“Cali Free” and most recently, “Eleven Twenty-Three Girl.” 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 series of short films. She also has her own blog called “The Wrighter” (www.thewrighteronline.com)
For more information about or to view or purchase “Rintmaki,”
go to: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Kobina-Wrights-original-Rintmaki-...