Artist Jimmy Wright was best known for his big polar bears and bison’s, he had a master’s degree in economics and a straightforward attitude. For years he had a studio & gallery on Yates Street in Victoria and was often seen getting coffee in his white lab coat. He donated artwork to save the stings program and was a hugely generous person. This will be the first retrospective showing of his work, along with some of his letters & essays. No one did the kind of work he did… he was unique.
-Presented by: The Estate of Jimmy Wright and Curated by Kay Lovett
Opening Reception August 10, 7:00-9:00pm
Martin Batchelor Gallery
Am interested in seeing Jimmy Wright paintings and written work. You do not have address of gallery, no contact no. and Batchlor Gallery not listed in gallery section beneith your website.ReplyDelete