Bill Wright

“Who can describe the Mona Lisa?”

     William “Bill” Eugene Wright was born in March 21, 1949, in Bonner Springs, Kansas, close to Kansas City, Kansas.
     It seemed like Bill always wanted to be an artist. He experimented with photography, developing his own photographs. He moved on to drawing and oil painting, especially after he moved to San Francisco in 1979.
     I once asked Bill what he was saying with his art and what it meant. He would only say “Who can describe the Mona Lisa?”
     Late in his career, he turned to making wooden objects and painting them with a special technique doing a job making furniture. His last creation was a yellow and purple flying pyramid.
     Bill died in 1994 while planning more art projects.