Yoan Capote
Study for Racional #1, 2004
graphite, watercolor on paper
60 x 40 inches
YCd 3

Yoan Capote
Scoliosis, 2003
ink, watercolor on paper
25 1/2 x 19 1/2 inches
YCd 5
 

William T. Wiley
Certain Things No One Can Teach You, 1973
watercolor and mixed media on paper
22 x 30 inches
WTWd 12

William T. Wiley
Ground Wire, 1973
ink marker on paper
22 x 30 inches
WTWd 01

William T. Wiley
Thanking the Void, 1979
acrylic, charcoal on canvas
27 x 42 inches
WTWp12

Valerie Demianchuk
Terminus, 2002
pencil on paper
64 x 45 inches
VDd 13

Valerie Demianchuk
High Noon, 2004
pencil on paper
45 x 45 inches
VDd 18

Valerie Demianchuk
Untitled, 2004
pencil on paper
30 x 40 inches
VDd 17

Press Release

In the drawing gallery, a small group exhibition will be on view of works on paper by Yoan Capote, Valerie Demianchuk, and William T. Wiley.  Entitled The Nature of Things, the exhibition plays off the different meanings of nature and each artist's approach to thing-ness, both humorous and serious.  The show will include Demianchuk's meticulously rendered pencil drawings of natural objects, as well as two watercolor and ink drawings by Wiley from the early 1970's.  Yoan Capote's drawings explore the irony of human nature--most notable in the large-scale watercolor Racional depicting a classical male torso with the genitalia replaced by a brain.  


Exhibition Checklist

Clockwise from South Wall:


Valerie Demianchuk
Terminus, 2002
pencil on paper
64 x 45 inches
VDd 13

William T. Wiley
Certain Things No One Can Teach You, 1973
watercolor/mixed media on paper
22 x 30 inches
WTWd 12

Valerie Demianchuk
High Noon, 2004
pencil on paper
45 x 45 inches
VDd 18

Yoan Capote
Scoliosis, 2003
ink, watercolor on paper
25 1/2 x 19 1/2 inches
YCd 5

Yoan Capote
Study for Racional, 2004
graphite, watercolor on paper
60 x 40 inches
YCd 3

William T. Wiley
Ground Wire, 1973
ink marker on paper
22 x 30 inches
WTWd 1

Valerie Demianchuk
Untitled, 2004
pencil on paper
30 x 40 inches
VDd 17