Bill Evaul

Bill Evaul is a painter and printmaker who studied at Syracuse University, the Whitney Museum and Pratt Institute with Jacob Landau and George McNeil.

He received two fellowships from the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown and has lived and worked on Cape Cod ever since, giving lectures, leading workshops, producing artwork in a variety of media, and specializing in the white-line woodcut. As a contributing writer for Print Review and other magazines, he produced reviews and scholarly articles, including “The Provincetown Printers: Genesis of a Unique Woodcut Tradition,” which helped revive the obscure and nearly lost technique. Evaul’s work is in numerous public collections including The Library of Congress, Robert Blackburn’s Printmaking Workshop, The Zimmerli Museum of Art at Rutgers University, The Georgia Museum of Art, The Sunrise Art Museum, The Kresge Art Museum, and the Provincetown Art Association and Museum.