DePaul Art Museum > Exhibitions > A Lifetime in the Arts: William Iaculla as Artist and Collector
William Iaculla, Janus, 1973. Terra-cotta with bronze patina. Courtesy of the artist.
William Iaculla, Untitled, 1961. Wood. Courtesy of the artist.
William Iaculla, Anubis, 1983. Mixed media, steel and granite base. Courtesy of the artist.
Inspired by nature and by the figurative and political artwork he has acquired throughout his life, William Iaculla is a prolific artist and an influential teacher. His works in a variety of materials such as clay, wood, wax, paper, and bronze converse easily with images by artists as diverse as Kandinsky and Hogarth, sharing common concerns but adopting radically different means of expression.