49 Furry Haunched Fauns and Wild Boys From Todd Yeager
By Christopher Harrity
'Sandpiper Pan', 11"x14" ink and charcoal, 2018. Read about Todd Yeager below.
Todd Yeager’s classically rendered work seems to emanate moonlight and music from the pipes of Pan. His slightly dangerous creatures populate a misty sylvan glen that draws us in. Most of the work shown here is in charcoal, pastel, and ink on paper.
Todd is a working artist in New York City who has been exhibiting in galleries for a surprising number of years considering what a young man he is. He will have two new works on display at the SPIVA Center for the Arts in Joplin Missouri from Januaray 11 to March 9, as well as two new works in the "Male Gaze" exhibit at the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art in NYC opening in February, 2019. You can find some luscious prints and artwork on his website. Follow him on Facebook, Instagram, and check out his Tumblr page if you are not easily shocked.
'Sunken Forest Satyr', featuring Kim David Smith 7"x10" watercolor, 2018
Pan Portrait, Sunken Forest (Eryc Taylor)
Satyr Sea Watch (Eryc Taylor)
Eryc and James Kiss
Poppy Field Pan (Sam Devries)
Eryc, Sunken Forest Shadows
Eryc and Daniel
Pans Frolicking In the Woods at Night (Eryc Taylor)