David Kaye Gallery » David McClyment

GONE (AGAIN)
January 6 - 31, 2016 (Part II)

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WARNING: These works need to be seen in the gallery to appreciate the scale and virtuosity of the drawing!!!

GALLERY

David McClyment, Shimmering 1, 2014, charcoal on paper, image 30 X 22 1/4 in., framed 37 1/4 X 29 1/4 in.David McClyment, Shimmering 2, 2014, charcoal on paper, image 30 X 22 1/4 in., framed 37 1/4 X 29 1/4 in.David McClyment, Shimmering 6, 2014, charcoal on paper, image 30 X 22 1/4 in., framed 37 1/4 X 29 1/4 in.David McClyment, Shimmering 3, 2014, charcoal on paper, image 30 X 22 1/4 in., framed 37 1/4 X 29 1/4 in.David McClyment, Shimmering 5, 2014, charcoal on paper, image 30 X 22 1/4 in., framed 37 1/4 X 29 1/4 in.David McClyment, Shimmering 4, 2014, charcoal on paper, image 30 X 22 1/4 in., framed 37 1/4 X 29 1/4 in.David McClyment, Shimmering 7, 2014, charcoal on paper, image 30 X 22 1/4 in., framed 37 1/4 X 29 1/4 in.David McClyment, Won’t Go To Waste, 2014, charcoal, spray paint on paper, 50 X 180 in.David McClyment, What Goes Up, 2014, charcoal, spray paint on paper, 50 X 180 in.David McClyment, Pundit, 2015, charcoal, spray paint on paper, triptych: each panel 60 X 50 in.David McClyment, Jack, Jackie, Zapruder, Walter and My Friend Paul, 2015, charcoal, spray paint on paper, triptych: each panel 60 X 50 in.David McClyment, Two Epic Responses (to the poor condition of JFK’s brain being kept alive under the Arizona desert), 2015, charcoal, spray paint on paper, triptych: each panel 60 X 50 in.David McClyment, Smile and Wave, 2015/16, charcoal, spray paint on paper, triptych: each panel 60 X 50 in.David McClyment, GONE (AGAIN) The ManifestoDavid McClyment, GONE (AGAIN), Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, GONE (AGAIN), Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, GONE (AGAIN), Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, GONE (AGAIN), Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, GONE (AGAIN), Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, GONE (AGAIN), Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, GONE (AGAIN), Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, GONE (AGAIN), Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, GONE (AGAIN), Exhibition installation view.Flowers from Poppies (1094 Queen St. W., 416.538.2497) for the artist by a secret admirer.

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GONE
November 26 - December 20, 2015 (Part I)

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GALLERY

David McClyment, Shimmering 2, 2014, charcoal on paper, image 30 X 22 1/4 in., framed 37 1/4 X 29 1/4 in.David McClyment, Waxing 3, 2014, charcoal on paper, image 30 X 22 1/4 in., framed 37 1/4 X 29 1/4 in.David McClyment, Shimmering 3, 2014, charcoal on paper, image 30 X 22 1/4 in., framed 37 1/4 X 29 1/4 in.David McClyment, Waxing 7, 2014, charcoal on paper, image 30 X 22 1/4 in., framed 37 1/4 X 29 1/4 in.David McClyment, Waxing 6, 2015, charcoal on paper, image 30 X 22 1/4 in., framed 37 1/4 X 29 1/4 in.David McClyment, Waxing 5, 2014, charcoal on paper, image 30 X 22 1/4 in., framed 37 1/4 X 29 1/4 in.David McClyment, Waxing 4, 2015, charcoal on paper, image 30 X 22 1/4 in., framed 37 1/4 X 29 1/4 in.David McClyment, Waxing 2, 2014, charcoal on paper, image 30 X 22 1/4 in., framed 37 1/4 X 29 1/4 in.David McClyment, Waxing 1, 2014, charcoal on paper, image 30 X 22 1/4 in., framed 37 1/4 X 29 1/4 in.David McClyment, Release, 2014, charcoal, spray paint on paper, 50 X 180 in.David McClyment, Waiting Room, 2015, charcoal, carbon, spray paint on paper, diptych: each panel 60 X 50 in.David McClyment, He Said, She Said, 2014, charcoal, spray paint on paper, 50 1/2 X 180 in.David McClyment, GONE (Part 1), Exhibition Installation View.David McClyment, GONE (Part 1), Exhibition Installation View.David McClyment, GONE (Part 1), Exhibition Installation View.David McClyment, GONE (Part 1), Exhibition Installation View.David McClyment, GONE (Part 1), Exhibition Installation View.David McClyment, GONE (Part 1), Exhibition Installation View.Flowers from Poppies (1094 Queen St. W., 416.538.2497) for the artist from a secret admirer.David McClyment, GONE, artist statement

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Dreaming I was a crow dreaming
January 9 - 26, 2014 (Part II)

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GALLERY

David McClyment, I’d Guess Maybe Three Seconds, Five at Most, 2012, charcoal, carbon, spray paint on paper, 50 X 180 in.David McClyment, Democracy, the Last Great Beast Goes Down, 2012, charcoal, carbon, spray paint on paper, 50 X 177 1/2 in.David McClyment, Dreaming, I was a Crow Dreaming, 2012, charcoal, carbon, spray paint on paper, 50 X 199 1/2 in.David McClyment, This Time Its Personal, 2012, charcoal, carbon, spray paint on paper, 50 X 178 1/2 in.David McClyment, Storm Comin’, 2012, charcoal, carbon, spray paint on paper, 50 X 180 1/2 in.David McClyment, Dreaming I was a Crow Dreaming (Part II), Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, Dreaming I was a Crow Dreaming (Part II), Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, Dreaming I was a Crow Dreaming (Part II), Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, Dreaming I was a Crow Dreaming (Part II), Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, Dreaming I was a Crow Dreaming (Part II), Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, Dreaming I was a Crow Dreaming (Part II), Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, Dreaming I was a Crow Dreaming (Part II), Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, Dreaming I was a Crow Dreaming (Part II), Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, Dreaming I was a Crow Dreaming (Part II), Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, Dreaming I was a Crow Dreaming (Part II), Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, Dreaming I was a Crow Dreaming (Part II), Exhibition installation view.Flowers from Poppies (1094 Queen St. W., 416.538.2497) for the artist by a secret admirer.

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Dreaming I was a crow dreaming
November 28 - December 22, 2013 (Part I)

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Three for a Girl, 2012, charcoal, carbon, spray paint on paper, 30 X 22.5 in.

One crow for sorrow,
Two for joy,
Three for a girl,
Four for a boy,
Five for silver,
Six for gold,
Seven for a secret,
Never to be told.

Crows?

Metaphor? - obviously!
Analogy? - you betcha!
Political satire? - check!

Personal transcendental connection to crow
symbology through dream visitations?
Well, who hasn’t?

More to the point, the originals are big
drawings. Each approximately 5 feet X 15 feet.
For me, it’s all about mark making on that
expanse of white paper. Charcoal is black. Crows
are black. A coincidence?
I think not!

The whole process has rocketed me back to my
past, to what is fundamental to me about making
images. As a kid, I would spend hours telling
myself stories by doing drawings. Lots of action.
Strange creatures. Things blowing up.
Secret worlds.

(hmmm, not much has changed). But it was never
about the finished product as “art”. It was about
the process of describing the story.
The drawings happened in real time; in an
all expansive, ever-present moment.

GALLERY

David McClyment, One Crow for Sorrow, 2012, charcoal, carbon, spray paint on paper, 30 X 22.5 in., framedDavid McClyment, Two Crows for Joy, 2012, charcoal, carbon, spray paint on paper, 30 X 22.5 in., framed, SOLD.David McClyment, Three for a Girl, 2012, charcoal, carbon, spray paint on paper, 30 X 22.5 in., framed, SOLD.David McClyment, Four for a Boy, 2012, charcoal, carbon, spray paint on paper, 30 X 22.5 in., framed, SOLD.David McClyment, Five for Silver, 2012, charcoal, carbon, spray paint on paper, 30 X 22.5 in., framed, SOLD.David McClyment, Six for Gold, 2012, charcoal, carbon, spray paint on paper, 30 X 22.5 in., framed, SOLD.David McClyment, Seven for a Secret Never to be Told, 2012, charcoal, carbon, spray paint on paper, 30 X 22.5 in., framedDavid McClyment, August, 90 Degrees in the Shade, 2012, charcoal, carbon, spray paint on paper, 50 X 180 in.David McClyment, The Fable of the Dead Crow, 2012, charcoal, carbon, spray paint on paper, 50 X 180 in.David McClyment, Dreaming I was a crow dreaming, Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, Dreaming I was a crow dreaming, Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, Dreaming I was a crow dreaming, Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, Dreaming I was a crow dreaming, Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, Dreaming I was a crow dreaming, Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, Dreaming I was a crow dreaming, Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, Dreaming I was a crow dreaming, Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, Dreaming I was a crow dreaming, Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, Dreaming I was a crow dreaming, Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, Dreaming I was a crow dreaming, Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, Dreaming I was a crow dreaming, Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, Dreaming I was a crow dreaming, Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, Dreaming I was a crow dreaming, Exhibition installation view.Flowers from Poppies (1094 Queen St. W., 416.538.2497) for the artist from a secret admirer.

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Something About Small: new portraits
or HONKING BIG HEADS ON CARDBOARD
December 1, 2011 - January 15, 2012

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Something About Small

something about big
something about small

something about epic
something about trivial

something about transience
something about permanence

something about speaking
something about silence

something about strangers
something about family

something about everyone
something about no one

Something About Small

I had begun exploring portraiture in past exhibitions that were about personality, expression and identity. But these portraits were of fictitious people, made up of bits and pieces of encounters. They were either composites of everyone, or of no one in particular. I enjoyed the challenge, but I wanted more.

The next obvious step would be to tackle portraits of actual people whom I knew intimately. I began with myself, moved to my long time loving partner and then to our imminently talented son. And like any other portraiture, these explored the complexity and multiplicity of personalities that make up any one “individual”. Are we really ever more than just strangers to ourselves and to each other?

Four different portraits - each one handled in a slightly different way, each one hinting at yet another deeper and almost hidden aspect, represent each person. The title of the exhibition Something About Small deliberately contradicts the large-scale nature of these portraits: each being approximately 6 feet tall and 5 feet wide. Yet each portrait is made up of literally thousands of intricately detailed, tiny facets of line, colour and tone, like the skin on the billboard-sized heads being scrutinized under a high-powered microscope.

Something About Small is intentionally created on regular cardboard, using hardware store spray bombs that are sprayed repeatedly through hand-cut stencils in a real low-tech, mass media technology. The fleeting expressions of the portraits are matched by the ephemeral quality of the materials.

David McClyment

GALLERY

David McClyment, David Head 4 , 2011, enamel paint on cardboardDavid McClyment, David Head 2, 2011, enamel paint on cardboardDavid McClyment, David Head 1, 2011, enamel paint on cardboardDavid McClyment, David Head 3, 2011, enamel paint on cardboardDavid McClyment, Sue Head 4, 2011, enamel paint on cardboardDavid McClyment, Sue Head 1, 2011, enamel paint on cardboardDavid McClyment, Sue Head 3, 2011, enamel paint on cardboardDavid McClyment, Sue Head 2, 2011, enamel paint on cardboardDavid McClyment, Jaimie Head 4, 2011, enamel paint on cardboardDavid McClyment, Jaimie Head 1, 2011, enamel paint on cardboardDavid McClyment, Jaimie Head 2, 2011, enamel paint on cardboardDavid McClyment, Jaimie Head 3, 2011, enamel paint on cardboardDavid McClyment, Something About Small: new portraits. Installation view.David McClyment, Something About Small: new portraits. Installation view.David McClyment, Something About Small: new portraits. Installation view.David McClyment, Something About Small: new portraits. Installation view.David McClyment, Something About Small: new portraits. Installation view.David McClyment, Something About Small: new portraits. Installation view.David McClyment, Something About Small: new portraits. Installation view.David McClyment, Something About Small: new portraits. Installation view.David McClyment, Something About Small: new portraits. Installation view.David McClyment, Something About Small: new portraits. Installation view.David McClyment, Something About Small: new portraits. Installation view.David McClyment, Something About Small: new portraits. Installation view.David McClyment, Something About Small: new portraits. Installation view.David McClyment, vDavid McClyment, Something About Small: new portraits. Installation view.David McClyment, Something About Small: new portraits. Installation view.David McClyment, Something About Small: new portraits. Installation view.From a secret admirer for the artist. Purchased at Poppies Flowers, 1094 Queen St. W., 416.538.2497, www.poppiesplantofjoy.comDavid McClyment, Something About Small: new portraits. Installation view.David McClyment, Something About Small: new portraits. Installation view.David McClyment, Something About Small: new portraits. Installation view.MetaTone & PhaseWave perform specially commissioned music for each of the heads during the opening preview.Art critic Jake, with his human, preview the exhibition.

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Future Past Perfect: recent painting
July 2 - 25, 2010

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“We are all living in the future. This I know,
Cuz I read it in the paper 15 years ago” – John Prine

“This is like déjà vu all over again” – Yogi Berra

It’s the near future. The world has been rocked by cataclysmic, environmental spasms. But all is not lost. The plucky human race seizes the opportunity. Using the same technology that brought us to the brink, we all smugly become self-satisfied eco-tourists.

Future Past Perfect continues the tradition of stenciling as the ultimate low-brow, low-tech mass media machine.

GALLERY

David McClyment, Teacher Woman #9, 2010, enamel on cardboard, 30 X 22 1/4 in.David McClyment, Teacher Man #9, 2010, enamel on cardboard, 30 X 22 1/4 in.David McClyment, Right Back, 2010, enamel on wood, 73 X 22 in.David McClyment, Cloud Cover Over the GTA #1, 2010, enamel on cardboard, 40 X 60 in.David McClyment, Cloud Cover Over the GTA #2, 2010, enamel on cardboard, 40 X 60 in.David McClyment, Fearless Sky Ranger #2, 2010, enamel on cardboard, 30 X 22 1/4 in.David McClyment, Screaming Party Girl #1, 2010, enamel on cardboard, 30 X 22 1/4 in.David McClyment, Enhanced Runner #2, 2010, enamel on cardboard, 30 X 22 1/4 in.David McClyment, Cloud Cover Over the GTA #3, 2010, enamel on cardboard, 40 X 60 in.David McClyment, The New Holland Marsh Rises #1, 2010, enamel on cardboard, 40 X 60 in.David McClyment, Screaming Party Girl #1, 2010, enamel on cardboard, 30 X 22 1/4 in.David McClyment, Riding in Comfort #1, 2010 enamel on cardboard, 30 X 22 1/4 in.David McClyment, The New Holland Marsh Rises #2, 2010, enamel on cardboard, 40 X 60 in.David McClyment, Fearless Sky Ranger #1, 2010, enamel on cardboard, 30 X 22 1/4 in.David McClyment, Riding in Comfort #2, 2010, enamel on cardboard, 30 X 22 1/4 in.David McClyment, Niagara Falls Retreats #1, 2010, enamel on cardboard, 40 X 60 in.David McClyment, Enhanced Runner #1, 2010, enamel on cardboard, 30 X 22 1/4 in.David McClyment, The New Holland Marsh Rises #3, 2010, enamel on cardboard, 40 X 60 in.David McClyment, Niagara Falls Retreats #2, 2010, enamel on cardboard, 40 X 60 in.David McClyment, Fearless Sky Ranger #3, 2010, enamel on cardboard, 30 X 22 1/4 in., SOLD.David McClyment, Niagara Falls Retreats #3, 2010, enamel on cardboard, 40 X 60 in.David McClyment, The Statement for Future Past Perfect: recent paintingDavid McClyment, Future Past Perfect: recent painting, Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, Future Past Perfect: recent painting, Exhibition installation view.From a secret admirer for the artist. Purchased at Poppies Flowers, 1094 Queen St. W., 416.538.2497, www.poppiesplantofjoy.com

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1963: painted from memory
March 5 - 29, 2009

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The Globe and Mail VISUAL ARTS REVIEW Page R13
Saturday, March 7, 2009

GARY MICHAEL DAULT
GALLERY GOING

DAVID McCLYMENT

AT THE DAVID KAYE GALLERY

$600-$3,000. Until March 29,
1092 Queen St. W., Toronto; 416-532-9075

Toronto artist David McClyment’s third exhibition at David Kaye is titled 1963: painted from memory. Many of us recall 1963 as the year JFK was assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald.

It is that for McClyment, too, but it is also the year his father died. McClyment was 10. “I have had other pivotal years since then,” the artist writes in his hectically poetic gallery statement, “but this was the first that I remember as a true turning point.”

And so McClyment has memorialized this true turning point in a suite of hotly coloured paintings of the artist’s recollections from that galvanizing year. Employing his trademark stencil process (he draws his images on paper, cuts them out and makes them into stencils, and then spray-paints them onto prepared plywood panels), McClyment juxtaposes images in such a way that the smaller panel at the top of a work may or may not enrich or amplify what is in the bigger painting below it.

The gallery is alive with nostalgic imagery - that will make sense to viewers of a certain age (the paintings bear titles like Puff, The Magic Dragon, Juliet Forgets the Words and Laika, The Russian Space Dog). And McClyment’s raucous stencilling technique - which often makes for fuzzy and approximate images - is a handy way to illustrate how memory can be both insistent and imprecise at the same time.

GALLERY

David McClyment, Happy Motoring, 2009, enamels on board, 51 X 24.5 in. (diptych) SOLD.David McClyment, Do Bee, Don't Bee, 2008, enamels on board, 51 X 24.5 in. (diptych)David McClyment, Laika, the Space Dog, 2009, enamels on board, 51 X 24.5 in. (diptych)David McClyment, Top of the Food Chain, 2009, enamels on board, 51 X 24.5 in. (diptych)David McClyment, Force of Nature, 2008, enamels on board, 51 X 24.5 in. (diptych)David McClyment, Heartland, 2009, enamels on board, 51 X 24.5 in. (diptych)David McClyment, No Release into Sleep, 2008, enamels on board, 18.5 X 7.25 in. each (four panels)David McClyment, Revealing the Inner Pig, 2008, enamels on board, 51 X 24.5 in. (diptych)David McClyment, Puff the Magic Dragon, 2008, enamels on board, 51 X 24.5 in. (diptych)David McClyment, Juliette Forgets the Words, 2008, enamels on board, 51 X 24.5 in. (diptych)David McClyment, JFK, the Moment Before, 2008, enamels on board, 51 X 24.5 in. (diptych)David McClyment, Elective Surgery, 2008, enamels on board, 10.5 X 10.5 in. eachDavid McClyment, Elective Surgery: On the Edge, 2008, enamels on board, 10.5 X 10.5 in., SOLD.David McClyment, Elective Surgery: Hopeful Visitor, 2008, enamels on board, 10.5 X 10.5 in. eachDavid McClyment, Elective Surgery: Hesitant Diagnosis, 2008, enamels on board, 10.5 X 10.5 in.David McClyment, Elective Surgery, 2008, enamels on board, 10.5 X 10.5 in. eachDavid McClyment, Elective Surgery: Snip, Snip, 2008, enamels on board, 10.5 X 10.5 in. eachDavid McClyment, Elective Surgery: Examination, 2008, enamels on board, 10.5 X 10.5 in.David McClyment, Elective Surgery: View From the Window, 2008, enamels on board, 10.5 X 10.5 in.David McClyment, Elective Surgery: The Precision of Medication, 2008, enamels on board, 10.5 X 10.5 in. eachDavid McClyment, Elective Surgery: Monitoring the Pain, 2008, enamels on board, 10.5 X 10.5 in. each, Left panel SOLD.David McClyment, Witness, Mister, 2008, enamels on board, 51 X 24.5 in. (diptych), SOLD.David McClyment, Witness, Missus, 2008, enamels on board, 51 X 24.5 in. (diptych)David McClyment, 1963: painted from memory, Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, 1963: painted from memory, Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, 1963: painted from memory, Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, 1963: painted from memory, Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, 1963: painted from memory, Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, 1963: painted from memory, Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, 1963: painted from memory, Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, 1963: painted from memory, Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, 1963: painted from memory, Exhibition installation view.Flowers at an exhibition: from a secret admirer (purchased at Poppies Flowers, 1094 Q.S.W., 416.538.2497, http://www.poppiesplantofjoy.com/contact.htm)

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IMPOSTER: Portraits of the Artist as…
works on paper
May 31 - June 24, 2007

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Most people know David as a painter on plywood, but drawing and painting on paper has been at the heart of his creativity. This exhibition is his first showing of works on paper in over 20 years. The immediacy of these images is a new direction for him, as he combines stencils, direct painting and traditional drawing with charcoal. All of his recent work has been strongly diaristic, but this exhibition is the most personal. None of the faces are his and all of them are his. These are not self-indulgent reflections but explorations of the artist as a cultural chameleon – magician, huckster, dreamer, activist, manipulator, zealot and IMPOSTER.

The GLOBE and MAIL

Saturday, June 2, 2007 Page: R20

GARY MICHAEL DAULT
GALLERY GOING

RONALD BOAKS AND DAVID McCLYMENT
AT THE DAVID KAYE GALLERY

Toronto painter David McClyment, who is showing with Boaks, is astringent by comparison. McClyment has devised methods with which to distance himself from the act of drawing or painting - methods which have usually involved stencilling and distressing his images onto his picture surfaces. For this exhibition, IMPOSTER: Portraits of the Artist as …, he has first drawn his images, which are mostly, for some reason, of media photos of American prisoners taken during the first war in Iraq (why now, one wonders), and then cut into them and sprayed through the apertures. The results are spare, spectral and emotionally removed and adrift.

GALLERY

David McClyment, SOMEBODY, 2007, spray paint, charcoal, pigment on paper, unframed: 30 X 22.25 in.David McClyment, YDOBEMOS, 2007, digitally processed hand drawn image on paper, framed: 11.88 X 9.5 in.David McClyment, MISSUS, 2007, spray paint, charcoal, pigment on paper, unframed: 30 X 22.25 in.David McClyment, SUSSIM, 2007, digitally processed hand drawn image on paper, framed: 11.88 X 9.5 in.David McClyment, MISTER, 2007, spray paint, charcoal, pigment on paper, unframed: 30 X 22.25 in.David McClyment, RETSIM, 2007, digitally processed hand drawn image on paper, framed: 11.88 X 9.5 in.David McClyment, ANYBODY, 2007, spray paint, charcoal, pigment on paper, unframed: 30 X 22.25 in., SOLDDavid McClyment, YDOBYNA, 2007, digitally processed hand drawn image on paper, framed: 11.88 X 9.5 in.David McClyment, NOBODY, 2007, spray paint, charcoal, pigment on paper, unframed: 30 X 22.25 in.David McClyment, YDOBON, 2007, digitally processed hand drawn image on paper, framed: 11.88 X 9.5 in.David McClyment, HER, 2007, spray paint, charcoal, pigment on paper, unframed: 30 X 22.25 in.David McClyment, REH,  2007, digitally processed hand drawn image on paper, framed: 11.88 X 9.5 in.David McClyment, HIM, 2007, spray paint, charcoal, pigment on paper, unframed: 30 X 22.25 in.David McClyment, MIH, 2007, digitally processed hand drawn image on paper, framed: 11.88 X 9.5 in.David McClyment, Born in April, 2007, spray paint, charcoal, pigment on paper, unframed: 40 X 51.26David McClyment, Portrait of the Artist as Relentless, 2007, spray paint, charcoal, pigment on paper, image: 22.25 X 49.5 in., framed: 27.75 X 54.5 in.David McClyment, Portrait of the Artist as the Singer/Song, 2007, spray paint, charcoal, pigment on paper, unframed: 22.25 X 49.75 in.David McClyment, Portrait of the Artist as a Thinker/Dreamer, 2007, spray paint, charcoal, pigment on paper, unframed: 22.25 X 49.75 in.David McClyment, Portrait of the Artist as Magician/Huckster, 2007, spray paint, charcoal, pigment on paper, unframed: 22.25 X 49.88 in.David McClyment, Portrait of the Artist as the Winner/Loser, 2007, spray paint, charcoal, pigment on paper, unframed: 22.38 X 49.5 in.David McClyment, Portrait of the Artist as a Naughty Nimby, 2007, spray paint, charcoal, pigment on paper, unframed: 22.38 X 49.5 in.David McClyment, Portrait of the Artist as a Smudge, 2007, spray paint, charcoal, pigment on paper, framed: 27.5 X 65.38 in.David McClyment, Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, Exhibition installation view.David McClyment, Exhibition installation view, Front window, also with photography by Ronald Boaks.