Artwork by Vietnam Veterans 

featuring works on loan from the National Vietnam Veterans Museum 

Artists include:    John McManus, John Laemmar, Jerry Franks, Stan Gillett, Phong Tran Huu, David Sessions, Richard Yohnka, Timothy Hildebrandt, Randolph Evans, Karl Michel, Richard Yohnka, Cao Ninh, John Miller, Dale Samuelson, Jerry Kykisz, Rus Elder, Lazlo Kondor, Ken Moses, Doc Cook, Dean Sharp, Jim McJunkin, Joe Fornelli, Ray Burns, and John Hosier.   

On display at:

Steppenwolf Theatre Company's

2nd Flr Gallery

1650 North Halsted, Chicago, IL 60614

Free Opening Reception: 

Friday, July 12, 2002 from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.

There is no charge for viewing the artwork.

Viewing hours are one hour prior to theatre performances through August 25, 2002.

This art exhibition is in complement to Steppenwolf's production of Purple Heart. 



Help from Above - 8 x 17" 

Photo Collage by John Hosier





Woman in Grief - 5 x 4 x 5"

Bronze on Wood Base by John Miller




Law of War - 30 x 43"

Oil on Hardboard with Collage by Timothy Hildebrandt














Survivor's Guilt - 30 x 41"  (Detail)

Pastel on Paper by Richard Yohnka







L.R.R.P. Team Arkansas Extraction with NVA wounded - 20 x 24"

Photography by Laszlo Kondor









The Aftermath - 20 x 27"

Oil on Hardboard by John Laemmar









Abandoned - 36 x 16 x 13 1/2"

Alabaster & Bronze by John McManus













Goodbye Vietnam - 35 x 28"

Watercolor on Paper by David Sessions






This exhibition is held in collaboration with 

National Vietnam Veterans Art Museum
1801 South Indiana Ave.
Chicago, Illinois 60616
The museum houses more than 700 works of art by Vietnam veterans from the U.S., Australia, Cambodia and Thailand, as well as North and South Vietnam.

Founded in 1991, Anatomically Correct is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to showcasing works by artists in public spaces in a combined effort to educate, diversify, and promote community awareness of the visual and performing arts.   Anatomically Correct has been exhibiting works by visual artists at Steppenwolf Theatre's 2nd Floor Gallery since 1996.

For more information, please contact:

Anatomically Correct