About Pablo

Paul “Pablo” Wright is an artist who has been working in various mediums since
he was a small child. From a purely artistic standpoint, Paul is a
muralist working mostly in acrylics and spray paint. He enjoys
creating abstract art using shades, tones and lots of dots; lots and
lots of dots.

There is also an overtly political side to Paul (see www.anti-robot.org) who creates books and
linoleum block prints reflecting political angst using a Robot theme.
In 2004 the Robot/pablo.wright started a decidedly political mail art
campaign. Over 200 stylized prints were distributed via the USPS. The
project was well-received and has grown to current fruition consisting
mainly of brief screeds on the backside of original linoleum block
prints.

Paul’s formal training as a librarian is reflected in his works
exploring data, information, knowledge, propaganda and media.

The artist also works with oils, crayons, opaque watercolors, and
occasional stencil art graffiti (don’t try this at home) and is still
active in mail art.