Citalopram: New Works by Caitlyn Wison for Trahern’s Living Gallery

Caitlyn Wilson

Caitlyn Wilson’s charcoal drawings are
featured in the exhibit Citalopram

Austin Peay State University is proud to present Citalopram by artist Caitlyn Wilson at First Thursday Artwalk. Citalopram is part of an ongoing series of charcoal drawings that stared in August of 2012. Miss Wilson’s evident influences include artists such as Mark Rothko, Leonardo da Vinci, Cy Twombly and Joan Mitchell. Her drawings embody the essence of mark making and radiate strong emotional responses in the viewer while successfully rendering her state of mind with gestural yet meticulously drawn marks.

Miss Wilson is a senior at Austin Peay State University. Her art includes, but is not limited to, drawing, painting and photography.

The opening reception for Citalopram will be this Thursday, March 7 from 5-8pm.

About Paul Collins

Paul Collins is an assistant professor of art and gallery director at Austin Peay State University. Paul makes drawings, paintings and sculpture that combine humor, tactility and observation to examine the world around us. Paul has an mfa from Yale and has been a resident at Skowhegan, Anderson Ranch Arts Center and the Vermont Studio Center. Paul is an enthusiastic collaborator and has curated shows or organized artist projects for a wide range of artists including James Surls, Betty Woodman, Liz Ferrill, Danielle Genadry, Paul Jacobsen, Mala Iqbal, Kenny Scharf, David Humphrey, Charles Long, Michael Kreuger, Jason Rogenes, Kim Dickey, and Takashi Nakazato.

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