Wesley T. Wright is a Northern California-based mixed media artist and arts educator known for his highly detailed and eccentric imagery. Working primarily in stoneware clay, he addresses environmental and existential issues with humour and imagination. Wright’s evocative sculptures have been exhibited in galleries and museums across the country including the Glassell Fine Arts Museum in Houston, TX, and the De Young Museum in San Francisco, CA.
Wright has work in a number of collections including the Crocker Museum Permanent Collection in Sacramento, CA. His work has appeared “500 Figures in Clay, Volume 2” and other notable publications. Wright has taught at various institutions throughout the San Francisco Bay Area including Diablo Valley College, and the Academy of Art University. He shares a studio with his wife and fellow artist Malia Landis in Crockett, California.