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Bill D. Iaculla

1480 Byron Street
Palo Alto, CA 94301-3308, U.S.A.
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Phone: 650.321.9816
Email: philipwarman@sbcglobal.net

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ARTIST STATEMENT

Many of my themes and iconography are derived from my family roots: the remote southern town of Ricigliano, Italy. The town dates back to 1320 BC, inhabited in turn by Greeks, Etruscans, and Romans. It's history is filled with classical art, satire, animals, dreams, penises, and fetishes, all of which have become part of me. I am an artist for justice and peace; my works are influenced greatly by world conflicts, 9-11, violence and revenge in repeated disasters of war.
 

RESUME

Education

  • De Paul University, Chicago. B.A. 1951
  • Art Institute of Chicago. BFA (Sculpture, Painting, Ceramics) 1954
  • American Academy of Art (Commercial) 1948
  • San Jose State University. MA (Sculpture) 1968
  • Foothill College (Graphics) 1981-1982

Exhibits

  • Foothill College. Student Loan Graphics. 1981-1982
  • Oakland Museum. 12th International Sculpture Conference, 1982 (6 sculptures in show)
  • Southern Exposure Gallery at Project Artaud, 1986. Curator, Jan Rindfleish. Also at De Anza Museum, 1987
  • Art Council Gallery, SF Museum of Modern Art, 1989. 1st Place Award. Curator, the late John Caldwell
  • Ariel Gallery, New York, NY, 1990. Sculpture Award. Juror, George Temko, Historian and Curator
  • Bay Area Arts & Crafts Show. 2 sculptures. Juror, Kenneth Trapp, Oakland Museum, Oakland, CA
  • Banner Spangenberg Gallery, Palo Alto, 1990-1991. Invited sculptor
  • Channel 6 Cable Invitational Show of Recent Sculptures, 1991
  • Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum, San Jose, CA, 1991. Juried show
  • Arts Council of San Mateo, CA, 1991. 2 sculptures. Juror, John Battenberg
  • San Jose Museum of Art, 1992. Sculpture selected for KTEH On Air Auction
  • Biennial Los Altos Sculpture Competition, 1995. 1 of 4 finalists. Work installed in McKenzie Park, Los Altos, CA
  • Titan Museum of Art. Biennial Print & Drawing Competition & Exhibit, 1995. Juror, Robert F. Johnson, Curator of the Achenbach Foundation, SF
  • Contract Design Center, SF. Sculpture, juried shows: 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2003, 2004
  • Tait Museum, Los Gatos, CA. 1996. Steel sculpture, juried show
  • Merced College Museum. Pacific Rim Sculptors Group, 1996. Sculpture, juried show
  • Anne Frank Exhibit, Mountain View, CA City Hall, 1996. 2 sculptures, juried show
  • Koret Gallery, Palo Alto, CA, 1997. 2 sculptures, juried show
  • Pacific Art League of Palo Alto. Distinguished Service Teacher Award., April 30, 1997
  • The Committee for Art at Stanford. 1 of 3 artists selected for Studio tour, 1998, 2002
  • Commission:: cast basalt marble frog for Children’s Playground, First Congregational Church Nursery School, Palo Alto. Installed July 1998
  • Collector’s Show, Pacific Art League, Palo Alto, CA. 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004
  • 30th Annual 3-D Art Regional Competition. Center for Visual Arts, San Jose, CA. September 2, 2000
  • San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art. Group Show, February 5, 2000. Sculpture
  • Pacific Rim Sculptures Group. Susan Hillhouse, Curator. Tritan Museum, Santa Clara, CA. January 20, 2000
  • One Man Sculpture Show. Stanford University Tresidder Union. October 1,2000
  • One Man Print Show. “Messages, Media, Memories”. St. Marks Episcopal Church, Palo Alto, CA. September 1, 2001
  • 2002 web site. “Artists Respond to Terrorism” 3 works (6 images) www.theartproject.net/links7.htm
  • Pacific Rim Sculptors Group Show, Grounds for Sculpture Museum, Hamilton,NJ. Juried by Director of Museum, Brooke Barrie. May 15 - Sept 9, 2004. Work: “Maggie” full size bronze figure
  • Pacific Rim Sculptors Group. Annual Members Exhibition. Atrium Gallery, San Francisco. July 22 - Aug 27, 2004. Juror, Kenneth Baker, Art Critic, ‘San Francisco Chronicle’. Work: Sculpture. untitled. Camphor wood
  • Sanchez Art Center, Pacifica, CA. Bay Area Annual, juried by Karen Kienzie. October 20 - November 19, 2006. Triptych "The road to peace ?" Mixed media.
  • City of Santa Clara, CA. Indoor Sculpture Exhibition, April 2 - September 28, 2007. "DNA Battlefield 9/11". Wall relief: wood, letters, mixed media, paint.
  • De Paul Univeersity Museum, Chicago, IL. One man show: "A lifetime in the arts: William Iaculla as artist and collector". July 12 - September 20, 2007. All 37 items, one half of which were the artist's own work, are not part of the Museum's permanent collection.