April 16, 2012
-- April 16, 2012 - Artist, Kobina Wright, has less than two weeks before her art show titled, Kobiphysics:
An Art Show, and has dedicated one of the paintings that will be featured at the show to the month of April which is Genocide Awareness and Prevention Month. Proceeds from the sale of this painting will be donated to the non-profit organization, Living Ubuntu. Wright continues to solicit donations via Paypal (http://www.dramaticpause.net/
According to their site, Living Ubuntu is a non-profit organization with a focus on mind-body issues, specifically health and well-being, and the effects of stress, trauma and compassion fatigue. The groups seeks to increase awareness of the global and local impact of these issues, build a sense of community, and encourage living a more fully embodied life.
The concept of Kobiphysics:
An Art Show is based upon a study of formulas developed by ancient and modern physicists. Wright uses the artistic aesthetic of these formulas and incorporates them into her various painting techniques.
An Art Show, will take place on April 27th, from 7 PM to 8:30 PM at the Huntington Beach Central Library, across the hall from the library’s theater. The address is, 7111 Talbert Ave., Huntington Beach, CA.
Wright is a California native who earned her degree in Communications from CSUF. 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 the creator of the Hodaoa-Anibo language (info on the language: http://www.dramaticpause.net/anibo_101.htm
To make a pledge to Kobiphysics, go to: http://www.dramaticpause.net/news.htm