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Take Me There Maybe Later
  • Title


  • Artist

    Clay Wright

  • Location

    Twentieth Street Recreation Center

  • Neighborhood

    Five Points

  • Year


  • Artwork Type

    Mural Paintings

  • Material

    acrylic paint

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About This Piece

Edward Clay Wright Jr., known professionally as Clay Wright, was a native of Denver, Colorado, and a 1970 graduate of Manual High School. He was largely self-taught, though he briefly attended the Colorado Institute Of Art, The Art Students League of Denver, and majored in art at the University Of Colorado at Boulder. Always one with a unique sense-of-humor, he referred to himself as being "99.9% self-taught—–like fine gold," and without conceit, referred to his art as: "Denver's best kept secret." ​

"Continuum" features athletes such as Babe Ruth, Chris Evert, Wilt Chamberlain, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Muhammad Ali, Alex English, John Elway and Wilma Rudolph, among others.