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Kobina Wright pays loyalty to a automotive industry


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Kobina Wright’s latest art work focuses on a blossoming of a Ford Motor Company in 1903.

Artist and writer, Kobina Wright, has recently combined a work of art profitable reverence to a initial orders of automobiles placed with a Ford Motor Company on Jul 15, 1903. The work Wright combined patrician “Early Autos,” is a churned media collage regulating images of early automobiles driven around a time.  Affordable prints of a collage can be purchased by a open by Fine Art America and a singular volume of smaller prints can be purchased by Elindy Gallery on Etsy.

While Germany and France drew adult drafts of a thought of a vehicle in a early 1800s, a United States dominated a automotive attention by a initial half of a twentieth century.  The Ford Motor Company, founded by Henry Ford, took roots in Dearborn, Michigan (a Detroit suburb) and was incorporated in Jun 1903.  Its initial orders were taken in Jul of a same year.

Wright skeleton to emanate another collage commemorating this automotive and American history.  However, she will try to constraint some-more of a epoch rather than concentration only on automobiles.  Though she might be famous for her collage work, Wright also has combined important sequence work by ink sketches and her acrylic paintings.


Early Autos by Kobina Wright

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