As an artist, Vaydra creates a picture that travels in a timeless world of imagination.
Australian artist, Vaydra Wright was taught to appreciate artwork at an early age with many visits to Australian art galleries and museums with her mother. Vaydra's early experience as a child was in line painting with a focus on lines and smoothness and learning her mother’s painting style.
Vaydra's combined experience and passion for working with a variety of creative media came at the age of 49. Her initial work began with classic patterns as she was moved into digital artwork. A contemporary surrealist she created sculpted, three-dimensional work and mixed media. Vaydra adopts a manual approach to change the direction to transmit the deception.
The work represents timeless ancient pieces that receive a profound impact on contemporary culture.
Vaydra Wright does not utilize any structure in her work, only using primary color to feed off, creating primarily during a transcendent experience. In her separated mind flows, she tends to ascend into a “weightless" body, using the orbit approach, traveling through time, past, and future. Vaydra enters a sanctuary field, moving to high ground, and at the same time navigate intense levels of sympathetic emotion. Interrupting the cogitation, to release the inner force to move towards true greatness. The artist's amazing and multi-faceted talent lives on the based structure, where she presents history to life.
Vaydra's simple expressions eternal, infinite, unsettled by human descriptions.
The artist aims for an excellent balance: her collection contains moving elements and technical principles. Vaydra has also diverted meaning from what was clear to her; in the present circumstances, "I produce a scene for others to penetrate their own eyes, not just mine. I ask myself - Should the concept state one thing? Or do I feed the imagination or a notion?"
This review was published by Circle Foundation for the Arts © CFA Press ∙ Images are courtesy of the artist