New York City bred artist John-Herbert Wright uses vibrant colors and lack there of to display intersecting parts ; Rhythmic line work balanced by straight edges are a common theme.
John's intentions to collide organic and linear shapes are made to highlight negative spaces as well as showcase a clash of colors. His often use of Intrusive black lines are set as a balancing force in the crossroads of these worlds - This is where he feels Chaos and Order intersect.
John-Herbert Wright's body of work is meant to highlight the junction in our lives where crossroads and collisions bring us to the next phase. through confusion and order we learn more about ourselves and inherently grow.