News & Reviews

Current Exhibitions:
Ongoing: The Moorlands Inn, 11 Hughes Road, North Truro, MA 02652-0384

Selected Recent Exhibitions:

In Celebration of the Blessing of the Fleet,
The Provincetown Portuguese Festival Presents

Bill Evaul

Art + Fish

"Dancing Draggers - Blessing of the Fleet" (36" x 72") is Bill Evaul's newest large woodblock print iis the centerpiece of an exhibition of paintings and drawings spanning 36 years of the Provincetown fishing fleet.


“175 Fifth Ave. (The Flat Iron Building)” – a large (74” x 44”) white-line color woodcut by Bill Evaul has been selected by Boston Printmaker’s Juror, Joanne Moser to be included in the North American Print Biennial held Feb. – March, at the 808 Gallery, Boston University.  Come see this landmark print hanging among best of North America’s printmaking.

In March of ’04, Bill Evaul and his wife Skipper and two friends from Chatham made a trip to Italy, including Florence and greater Tuscany along with side trips to Venice, and the Chinque Terre.  Of course Bill brought his traveling studio and produced more than two dozen oils and watercolors along with a hundred sketches, three hundred photos and one carved white-line woodcut.  Here is a sample of the work. Come by the Moorlands Inn to see more or let me know and I’ll post some others.



Cape Museum of Fine Arts: The Gladys Wynn Dorfman Memorial Exhibition of Printmakers of Cape Cod - February 27 - May 9, 2004

Evaul's Dancing Houses III was "the highlight of the Spring shows at the Cape Museum of Fine Arts in Dennis." The six-foot long major work was the centerpiece of an exhibition of works by 40 printmakers in a variety of techniques. Reviews of the exhibition featuring photographs of Dancing Houses III appeared in the Cape Cod Times, The Cape Codder, and The Barnstable Patriot.

WOMR - Community Radio - Housewarming Auction - Saturday, April 10, 2004 Evaul produced a woodcut of the Schoolhouse Center Building which is the new home of WOMR Radio. The image was used as the cover for the commemorative catalog and also for a poster promoting the event which included several hundred items which were auctioned to benefit the Radio Station's capital campaign. Notices appeared in most local publications including the Cape Cod Voice.
Works on Paper - Park Avenue Armory, 67th & Park Ave, NYC - Presented by Aaron Galleries, Chicago, Feb. 25 - 29, 2004
The 13th Annual IFPDA Print Fair - Park Avenue Armory, 67th & Park Ave, NYC, November 1-5, 2004
Arts Foundation of Cape Cod - Pops-by-the-Sea - featured artist "Music in the Air" white-line color woodcut 36" x 48" available as a limited edition lithograph 18" x 24", August, 2002
Selected Reviews:
'The Provincetown Print,' by William Evaul at the Wohlfarth Gallery re-examines the tradition, unique to Provincetown, of the white-line color woodcut. Evaul, a writer and artist, approaches the medium practiced by such previous eminences as B. J. O. Nordfeldt, with a strong affinity for its crackling linearity and delicate layers of color." - Robert Taylor, The Boston Globe, July 24, 1993