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Holly Lane Works Biography

HOLLY LANE

Born 1954, Cleveland, Ohio, currently lives and works in Northern California    website: www.hollylaneart.com

2012-2013  Pollock-Krasner Individual Artist Grantee

EDUCATION

M.F.A.   –  Pictorial:  1988, San Jose State University, San Jose, CA

B.F.A.   Painting:  1986, with Great Distinction, San Jose State University, San Jose, CA

A.A.     Two Dimensional Art:  1982, Cuesta College, San Luis Obispo, CA

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2015    Cuesta College – Harold J. Miossi Art Gallery, Fortuna’s First Assignment and Other

            Musings, Paintings and Sculpture by Holly Lane, San Luis Obispo, CA (March 2-27)

2013    San Francisco Museum of Craft and Design, “Holly Lane: Carving Allegories”, San Francisco, CA

2009    Forum Gallery, New York, NY

2008       Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2006    Forum Gallery, New York, NY, “The Benefits of Pond Wading and Other Musings” (catalog)

2003    Forum Gallery, New York, NY, “Upon Waking

Lyman Allyn Art Museum, New London, CT

Schmidt Bingham Gallery, New York, NY

Yellowstone Art Museum, Billings, MT

Natalie & James Thompson Art Gallery, San Jose State University, San Jose, CA (catalog)

1999    Schmidt Bingham Gallery, New York, NY

1997    Schmidt Bingham Gallery, New York, NY

1995    Schmidt Bingham Gallery, New York, NY

Art Museum of Southeast Texas, Beaumont, TX (catalog)

1993    Schmidt Bingham Gallery, New York, NY

1992    Bingham Kurts Gallery, Memphis, TN

1991    Schmidt Bingham Gallery, New York, NY

1990    Rutgers Barclay Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

1989    Ivory/Kimpton Gallery, San Francisco, CA

1988    San Jose State University, San Jose, CA

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2017    Nocturnes, Winfield Gallery, Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA

Et in Arcadia Ego, William Rolland Fine Art Gallery, Cal Lutheran University, Thousand Oaks, CA

Forum Gallery Celebrates 55 Years of Modern and Comtemporay Art, Forum Gallery, New York, NY

2016    Et in Arcadia Ego, NUMU, New Museum of Los Gatos, CA

2015    Metro Curates, Art Fair, Metropolitan Pavilion, Forum Gallery, NYC

2013    Centennial Project Exhibition: SJSU Art Department, Triton Museum of Art, Santa Clara, CA

2012    Uncommon Ground: Alternative Realities, Forum Gallery, NYC

Five Decades: Art and Artists of Forum Gallery, Forum Gallery, NYC

Indy Collects, Herron Galleries, Herron School of Art and Design, Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN

Finds! The Unusual Object, FoCA Curator’s Lab, Los Angeles, CA

            Past is Present: Contemporary Approaches to Historical Decorative Arts and Design, The Columbus

Museum, Columbus, Georgia

2011    Peace on Earth: Art Against War, Forum Gallery, NYC

2010    Contemporary Paintings, Drawings & Sculpture: A Summer Selection, Forum Gallery, NYC

Sacred and Profane, Portsmouth Museum of Fine Arts, Portsmouth, NH

2009    The Platonic Ideal, Forum Gallery, NYC

Summer Selections, Forum Gallery, NYC

2008    The Impossible Dream, Dunedin Fine Art Center, Dunedin, FL

The Figure Revealed: Contemporary American Figurative Paintings and Drawings, Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, Kalamazoo, MI

New Acquisitions, Forum Gallery, NYC

2007    The Contemporary Landscape, Forum Gallery, NYC

The Feminist Figure, Forum Gallery, NYC, curated by Marcia Yerman (catalog)

2006    Deck the Halls with Art: A Holiday Group Show, Forum Gallery, NYC

ART20, The Park Armory, New York, NY

Summer Selections, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Selected Forum Gallery Artists, Forum Gallery, NYC

Ray’s World: An Overwhelming Look At Ray Ashely’s Passion For Art, Works/San Jose, CA

2005    New Works by Forum Gallery Artists, New York, NY

2004    Contemporary Landscape, Forum Gallery, NYC

Contemporary Landscape, Forum Gallery, NYC

2002    New Works by Forum Gallery Artists, Forum Gallery, NYC

            Doors: Image and Metaphor, The New Jersey Center for Visual Arts, Summit, NJ

Contempo 2002 Rarities, auction exhibition, The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, HI

Keenly Observed, Sacred Heart University, Gallery of Contemporary Art, Fairfield, CT

2001    Re-presenting Representation, The Corning Inc. Gallery, NYC/Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY

Pay Attention…I Hope You Learned Your Lesson: Works from the Collection of Laila Twigg-Smith,  The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, HI

2000    Legacy III, Contemporary Women Artists, Brevard Museum of Art and Science, Melbourne, FL

Piecing It Together: A Visual Journal, Museum of Art & History, Santa Cruz, CA

The New Art of the West 7, Eiteljorg Museum, Indianapolis, IN (catalog)

1999-2000       Piecing It Together: A Visual Journal, San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA

Of Darkness and Light: Recent American Landscape Painting, Art Museum of Western

Virginia, Roanoke, VA

1999    The Memphis Biennial II, Memphis College of Art, Memphis, TN

1998    Obsession (food), Pelham Art Center, Pelham, NY

1997-1998       Animal Tales, Whitney Museum of American Art at Champion, Stamford, CT (catalog)

Re-presenting Representation III, Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY

            American Gothic, Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery, Lebanon Valley College, Annville, PA

1997    An Alternative Path, David Jacobs Fine Art, Santa Monica, CA

1996    New Voices, New Visions: Holly Lane, Eleanor Miller and Hiro Yokose, Kennedy

Museum of American Art, Ohio University, Athens, OH

The Tradition of Icons, Castle Gallery, College of New Rochelle, NY

Destiny Manifest: American Landscape Painting in the Nineties, Samuel P. Harn

Museum of Art, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL (catalog)

Myths and Magical Fantasies, California Center for the Arts Museum, Escondido, CA (catalog)

            Peep Show, Schmidt Bingham Gallery, NYC

1995    Setting the Stage: A Contemporary View from the West, Eiteljorg Museum, Indianapolis, IN

The Art of Justice, Krasdale Foods Inc. White Plains, NY

Selections from the Ray Ashley Collection, San Jose State University, San Jose, CA

1994    Dialogues: On and Off the Wall, Schmidt Bingham Gallery, NYC

New Old Masters, Center for the Arts at Yerba Buena Gardens, San Francisco, CA, (catalog)

            Selections from the Glenn C. Janss Collection, Boise Art Museum, Boise, ID

1993-1994       Forest of Vision, (catalog)

Knoxville Museum of Art, Knoxville, TN

Tennessee Fine Arts Center at Cheekwood, Nashville TN,

Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, University of Florida, Gainesville FL

1992    Group Show, In Collaboration, Santa Monica, CA

Inauguration Celebration, In Collaboration, Santa Monica, CA

Frame Up!, Fine Arts Center Galleries, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI

Altered by the Moon, Schmidt Bingham Gallery, New York, NY

Dealers’ Choice, In Collaboration, Santa Monica, CA

Recent Acquisitions, In Collaboration, Akron, OH

1991    Recent Acquisitions, Art Museum of Southeast Texas, Beaumont, TX

1990    ART LA90, The 5th International Contemporary Art Fair, Los Angeles, CA

For the Preservation of Nature: The Artist’s Response: Schmidt Bingham Gallery, New York, NY’

Lake Charles Memorial Hospital, Lake Charles, LA, and Alice Bingham Gallery, Memphis, TN

Chicago International Art Exposition, Navy Pier, Chicago, IL

California Aftershock: The Show Without A Fault, Ivory/Kimpton Gallery, San Francisco, CA

1989    Small and Stellar, Ruth Siegel Gallery, New York, NY

Ivory/Kimpton Gallery in Mendocino, Mendocino Art Center, Ukiah, CA

Animals in Architecture, Gensler and Associates, San Francisco, CA

Chicago International Art Exposition, Navy Pier, Chicago, IL

–  The Home Show, Fallkirk Cultural Center, San Rafael, CA

Bay Area MFA Exhibition, College Art Association, SFSU, San Francisco, CA

1988    Benefit Art Auction and Exhibition, San Jose ICA, San Jose, CA

Collector’s Choice, Exhibition and Auction, San Jose Art League, San Jose, CA

Artist’s Vision:  World without War, San Jose Art League, San Jose, CA, traveling to:

California State Capitol, Sacramento, Aulkland, New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong,

Perth, Australia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Hiroshima, Japan

Valentine Invitational Exhibition and Silent Auction, San Jose ICA, San Jose, CA

1987    –  Death and Life @ Works, Works/San Jose, San Jose, CA

Two Concepts of Nature and Life, San Francisco Federal Savings, San Jose, CA

Celebrate Art, Invitational Art Auction, San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA

1986    Visual Arts Competition, San Mateo County Fair, San Mateo, CA

1984    Capitol Show ’84, Rotunda of the Capitol Building, Sacramento, CA

1982    Morro Bay Art Association Gallery, Morro Bay, CA

 

SELECTED PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

Art Museum of Southeast Texas, Beaumont, TX                        The Detroit Zoological Institute, Royal Oak, MI

A.R.A. Services, Philadelphia, PA                                               Memphis Cancer Center, Memphis TN

Dow Jones & Co., New York, NY                                              IDS, Financial Services, Inc. Minneapolis, MN

Principle Financial Group, Des Moines, Iowa                              The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, HI

Seven Bridges Foundation, Greenwich, CT

PRIVATE COLLECTIONS

Over eighty private collections

BIBLIOGRAPHY: (chronological)   Print publications, journals, newspaper, magazines.

Barbara Krupp-Selyem, Unique Experience, Unique Art, CGEHS Chronicles, Meet our Member, Summer 2013,

Vol. 17, #4, pgs. 3-6.

Edward Leffingwell, Holly Lane and Cybele Young at Forum, Art in America, May, 2010 pgs. 160-161

Ken Greenleaf, The Phoenix, The Birth of a Museum, March 3, 2010

John Goodrich, The New York Sun, The Contemporary Landscape, Review, July 5, 2007

Susan Harris, Art in America, The Feminist Figure at Forum, Reviews, June/July 2007, pgs. 200-201

The New York Sun, Calendar, Tuesday, May 2, 2006, page 14, (color repro.)

Julia Morton, Land Equals Power,  New York Press  Vol.17 #33, August 18-24. 2004, pg. 44

CAA Newsletter, Solo Exhibitions, July 2003, pg. 8 (photo)

The New York Sun, Calendar, Tuesday, May 27, 2003, pg. 18 (photos)

The New York Times, Art and Leisure Guide, Sunday, May 25, 2003, pg. AR31

Mary Schneider Enriquez, Holly Lane, New York Reviews, ARTnews, December 2001, pgs.142-3

Antiques and The Arts Weekly, Lyman Allyn Art Museum to Open Holly Lane Exhibition October 16,

New London, CT, October 12, 200, pg. 32

Ken Johnson, Art Guide, Last Chance, Holly Lane, The New York Times, October 5, 2001, pg.E30

Ken Johnson, Art in Review, Holly Lane, The New York Times, September, 28, 2001, pg. E37

The New Yorker, Reviews, Goings On About Town, Galleries Uptown, Holly Lane, Oct. 8, 2001

Berin Golonu, Holly Lane, Previews, Artweek, April 2001, vl 32:4, pg. 6

Anthony DiMaggio, Holly Lane, Schmidt Bingham Gallery, Review, September 15, 1999 pgs. 8-9

Vivien Raynor, Show With Images of Food, but Not for the Hungry, The New York Times, April 26, 1998

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Georgette Gouveia, The Art of the Meal:  Center exhibits a passion for food, Lifestyles review, Gannet

Newspaper, Pelham, NY, Thursday, April 9, 1998

Tracy O’Shaughnessy, Artists paint ferocity, divinity of animals, The Waterbury Republican-American,

Waterbury, CT, Sunday, January 18, 1998

Jeff Gordon, Reviews: Holly Lane, NY Arts Magazine #15 November/December 1997, pg. 24.

Vivian Raynor, A show Celebrating Icons, But Not Just Figural or SacredThe New York Times, December 22, 1996

Georgette Gouveia, Free Exhibit Explores Icon Images, Gannett Newspapers, November 18, 1996

Andrea Caruso, Three Angles on Nature Offered at Kennedy, The Athens News, October 31, 1996

Terence Grieder, Artist and Audience, 2nd Edition, Brown & Benchmark, London, 1996 pg. 493

The New Yorker, Goings On About Town, August 5, 1996, pg. 14, Peep Show listing.

George Melrod, Openings, Altarpieces Mix With Alter Egos, Art & Antiques, September, 1995, pg. 37

Paulette Weiss, Where: New York, Fish and Ice Cream on 57th Street, September 1995, pgs. 26-27

Mixed Media, Southeast Texas Arts Council, In the World of Art, At the Art Museum — Frames of Mind,

May 1995, pg. 4

Beaumont Enterprise, Weekend, Holly Lane’s Art Poses Philosophical Questions, Friday, May 5, 1995, pgs. 1 & 4.

Diane Di Costanzo, Dialogues: On and Off the Wall, Reviews – New York, ARTnews, November 1994,

pgs. 158-9.

Ruth Porritt, Holly Lane, Schmidt Bingham Gallery, Art Papers, January/February, 1994, Vol. 18, #1, pgs. 47-48.

The New Yorker, Goings On About Town, September 27, 1993, pg. 18, self-portrait and show listing

Katherine Gregor, Holly Lane Frame and Fiction, ARTnews, Summer 1992, pgs. 63-64

Fredric Koeppel, Reviews, The Commercial Appeal, Memphis, TN, January 12, 1992

Simone Ellis, Santa Fe Letters, Contemporanea International Art Magazine, December 1990, pg. 34

Les Krantz, ed., American Artists, ed. II, American References, Chicago, IL, 1989

Theodore F. Wolff, How Nature Engages, Challenges, and Inspires Artists, The Christian Science Monitor,

Friday, June 29, 1990, pg.11

Fredric Koeppel, Artists Defend Nature With Celebration, The Commercial Appeal, Memphis, TN, Sunday, June 3, 1990, pgs. G1-2

Simone Ellis, Gallery Hopping – Holly Lane at Rutgers Barclay Gallery, The Santa Fe New Mexican,

Pasatiempo, May 11-19, 1990, pgs. 13 + 14

John Gwynn, Capturing the Lost Language of Animals, The Santa Fe New Mexican, Pasatiempo,

May 4-10, 1990, pgs. 16 + 26

Terri Cohn, Looking Homeward, Art Week, March 18, 1989, Vol 20, No. 11. pg. 5

Roberta Floden, The Feminism is Unintentional, Pacific Sun, Arts Section, March 3, 1989

K.J. Jorgensen, All Creatures Great and Small, Stray Magazine, November 1988, pgs. 8-9

MEDIA, ONLINE ARTICLES, BLOGS and  Podcasts: (chronological)

Antrese Wood, Inspired Art Frameworks, with Holly Lane,  The Savvy Painter podcast interview, March 23, 2017

https://savvypainter.com/podcast/inspired-art-framework-holly-lane/

 

John Sebastian, Holly Lane;  Sculpture, Carved Frames, The New York Optimist, January 29, 2017

https://www.thenewyorkoptimist.net/holly-lane-sculpture.html

 

Steve Shriver, Borderlands: An Interview with Holly Lane by Steve Shriver, The Frame Blog, February 9, 2016

https://theframeblog.com/2016/02/09/borderlands-an-interview-with-holly-lane-by-steve-shriver/

 

Gabriela Gonzalez Dellosso, Holly Lane’s Exquisite Universe, The Sankofa Review, May 14, 2015,

https://sankofareview.com/category/international/

 

Andrew Conti, Gothic Gallery Glory, The Cuestonian, March 5, 2013, https://www.cuestonian.com/gallery-glory/

 

Sky Tallone, Holly Lane & Herman Miller, Under One Roof, SFWire, August 7, 2013, https://www.sfwire.com/holly-lane-herman-miller-under-one-roof/

 

Ashley Gardini, On Now at the Museum of Craft and Design, Art Nerd San Francisco, July 25, 2013,

https://art-nerd.com/sanfrancisco/on-now-at-the-museum-of-craft-and-design/

 

Dara Kerr, S.F. Agenda: Design and Arts Events in the Bay Area, 7x7SF, July 29, 2013, https://www.7×7.com/style-design/sf-agenda-design-and-arts-events-bay-area-1

 

Alan Bamberger, San Francisco Gallery Openings, 7/19/2013, Art Business, July 19, 2013, https://www.artbusiness.com/1open/071913.html

 

Ryan Davis, Exhibition of Surrealistic Allegories at Museum of Craft and Design. SF Fine Arts Museums Examiner,

June 27, 2013, https://www.examiner.com/article/exhibition-of-surrealistic-allegories-at-museum-of-craft-and-design

 

Jason Lahman, Like a Golden Allegory: Holly Lane’s Bright Monuments to Epiphany and Eureka, ART21, Dec. 30, 2011, https://blog.art21.org/2011/12/30/like-a-golden-allegory-holly-lanes-bright-monuments-to-epiphany-and-eureka/?mid=5684

Pam Grossman, Holly Lane, Phantasmasphile, July 14, 2006, https://www.phantasmaphile.com/2006/07/holly_lane.htm

 

Frank Fitzgerald, Welcome to Nocturnia, Time Warner Cable, Manhattan, aired October 16, 1993.

 

Marcia Yerman, Women in Art, Time Warner Cable, Manhattan, aired: October 16 & 19, 1993,  and

February 15 & 16, 1994.

Pamela Michaelis, Wingspread Gallery News on Radio, aired May 10, 1990, 96 Classical KHFM, 90.37

EXHIBITION CATALOGS

Aster, Joshua and Calabrese, Kristin, Finds; The Unusual Object, Fellows of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles,

January 2012, pgs. 29-35.

Yerman, Marcia G. & Steinem, Gloria, The Feminist Figure, Forum Gallery, The Feminist Art Project,

April 5,- May 5, 2007 pgs. 16 -17

Forum Gallery, NYC, Holly Lane, The Benefits of Pond Wading, and other Musings, April 19-May 26, 2006

Farb-Hernandez, Jo, The Transformative Crossing: Small Miracles, San Jose State University, San Jose,

CA, April 24 – May 18, 2001

Hagerty, Donald, The New New West, New Art of the West 7, The seventh Eiteljorg Museum Biennial Exhibition,

Indianapolis, IN, May 6 – August 7, 2000, pgs. 12, 32-33

Roznoy, Cynthia, Beauty of the Beast, Animal Tales: Contemporary Bestiary and Animal Painting,

Whitney Museum of American Art at Champion, Stamford, CT,  November 21, 1997-

February 25, 1998, pgs. 6-7

Schjeldahl, Peter, Myths & Magical Fantasies, California Center for the Arts Museum, Escondido,

October 27- 1996- February 2, 1997, pgs. 19, 26

Tully, Judd, Pictures on the Edge: The Narrative Images of Holly Lane, Holly Lane: A Survey. Art Museum

of Southeast Texas, Beaumont, 1995

Wicks, Stephen C., Into the Forest of Visions, Forest of Visions, Knoxville Museum of Art, Knoxville, TN,

March 16- June 13, 1993, pgs. 9, 48-51

Young, Dede, Destiny Manifest: American Landscape Painting in the Nineties, Harn Museum of Art,                              University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida,  November 24, 1996 -March 31, 1997, pgs. 11, 19

TEXTBOOKS & BOOKS

Burguete, Maria & Lam, Lui, (Eds), Arts a Science Matter, Singapore, World Scientific, 2011, (pp.180-203,

“From Curiosity to Creation: The Art of Holly Lane”)

Gamwell, Lynn, ed. Dreams 1900-2000: Science, Art and the Unconscious Mind. Ithaca, NY: Cornell

University Press, 2000, pg. 250.

Grieder, Terence, Artist and Audience, 2nd Edition, Brown & Benchmark, London, 1996 pg. 493.

Moyers, Bill, Genesis: A Living Conversation, companion to the public television series, Double Day, NY

1996, cp.14.

Moyers, Bill, Healing and the Mind, companion to the public television series, Double Day, NY 1995, pg. 141.

PRESENTED AT CONFERENCES, SYMPOSIUMS and EXHIBITIONS (presented by Holly Lane unless otherwise specified)

March 2015      Cuesta College, San Luis Obispo, CA  Artist’s Talk,  Experimental Theater, in conjunction with

The Harold J. Miossi Art Gallery solo exhibition: Fortuna’s First Assignment and Other Musings,

            Painting and Sculpture by Holly Lane.

April 2013        Salon Panorama, San Francisco CA, Artist’s slide lecture, also presenting; Erling Wold, Opera

Composer.

October 2001   Lyman Allyn Art Museum, Connecticut College, New London, CT Artist’s slide lecture in

conjunction with traveling solo exhibition: Small Miracles

June 2001       Yellowstone Art Museum, Billings, MT, Artist’s slide lecture in conjunction with traveling solo

exhibition: Small Miracles

April 2001        San Jose State University, Natalie and James Thompson Art Gallery, Art History Lecture Hall,

Artist’s slide lecture in conjunction with traveling solo exhibition: Small Miracles

March 1999      Marquette University’s Fifth Annual Women’s Studies Conference: Women and Creativity: II

Women as Artists and Subjects: “Mary Magdalene as Proto-Ecofeminist in the Visual Art of Holly             Lane”,

            presented by Dr. R. Porritt of West Chester, University, PA

May 1995         Art Museum of South East Texas, Beaumont TX, Artist’s slide lecture in conjunction with solo

exhibition: Frames of Mind

April 1995        Society for Women In Philosophy Conference, Lexington, KY, “In Wilderness: Ecofeminism

in the Visual Art of Holly Lane”, presented by, Dr. R. Porritt of West Chester University, PA

HONORS AND AWARDS

2012-2013     Pollock-Krasner Individual Artist Grant

2005     SECA Award Nominee – Finalist

Who’s Who in The World, 15th to current Edition

Who’s Who in American, 52nd to current Edition

Who’s Who of American Women, 20th to current Edition

1994 — Honorable Mention, WESTAF

1992 — Alumna of the Year, Cuesta College, CA

1986 — President’s Scholar, San Jose State University, CA

1981 — Johanna Rietz Memorial Scholarship

REPRODUCTIONS

And So It Began

Art in America, May 2010, pgs. 160-161 (color)

The New York Sun, Calendar, Tuesday, May 2, 2006, pg. 14. (color)

Before Nightfall

Destiny Manifest: American Landscape Painting in the Nineties.  Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art,           University of

Florida, Gainesville, FL 1996, pg. 19. (color)

Come Breathe Hopeful Air

ARTnews 200, special issue (Summer) 1995, pg. 9. (color)

Come By Night

New Art of the West 7, Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, Indianapolis, IN, 2000, pg. 32-

  1. (color)

Death and the Maiden

CAA News, September 1999 volume 24, # 5, pg. 11. (B&W)

The Ecologist’s Secret

Peter G. Brown, Glasnost in Green, Quanta – Recent Sightings, The Sciences, New York, NY, July/August 1993,

  1. 6. (color)

ARTnews, September 1991, pg. 29. (color)

The Eleventh Hour

Contemporanea, December 1990, Santa Fe Letters, pg. 34. (color)

Faculty Group Portrait

CGEHS, Chronicles, Summer 2013, vl. 17:4, pg. 5. (color Online, B&W print)

The Fall of Icarus

Women Artists 1995, appointment calendar, Cedco Publishing Co., San Rafael, CA, (color).

ARTnews, September 1993, pg. 23 (color).

The Flower of Four Rivers

ARTnews, September 1999, pg. 9, (color)

Forest Lustration by the River Lethe

CGEHS, Chronicles, Summer 2013, vl 17:4, pg. 4.  (color Online, B&W print)

Fortuna’s Early Formative Years in the South of France

            The Notre Dame Review, Icons and Incomings, Summer 2007, Front and Back Covers, (color)

            The New York Sun, May 27, 2003, pg. 18. (color)

Fortuna’s First Assignment

CGEHS Chronicles, Summer 2013, vl 17:4, pg. 3. (color Online, B&W print)

Gaia Inquiries

Artweek, April 2001, vl 32:4, pg. 6.

Gentle Muse

CGEHS Chronicles, Summer 2013, vl 17:4, pg. 6. (color Online, B&W print)

The Inland Passage: Or, Tactfully Assessing Dubious Cartographic Advice

Women Artists 1998 wall calendar, (March), Cedco Publishing, San Rafael, CA (color)

The Long Awaited Day Finally Came

The New York Sun, Calendar, Tuesday, May 2, 2006. pg. 14. (color)

ARTnews, April, 2006 pg. 5. (color)

New York Gallery Guide, May 2006 pg. 98. (color)

Love Song for Her Last Hour

The Phoenix, Boston-Portland-Providence, and the Phoenix. Com, March 3, 2010. (color)

Mary Magdalene in the Wilderness

CAA News, May/June 1995, pg. 10. (B&W).

Mary Magdalene Sharing the Benefits of Long Arms and Thumbs

The New York Times, August 31, 1997, Listings, Arts & Leisure.

NYarts Magazine, #15 November/December 1997, pg. 24. (B&W)

Melancholia

            Women Artists 1996 Calendar, (June) Cedco Publishing, San Rafael, CA. (color).

The Mooring Hour, When Sky is Nearer than Skin

CGEHS, Chronicles, Summer 2013, vl 17:4. pg. 4. (color Online, B&W print)

On Occasion Small Birds Come Here Too

Women Artists 1997 Datebook, (September) Cedco Publishing, San Rafael, CA. (color).

The Reluctant Traveler Sets Forth for the Isle of Love

Veranda, May-June 2001, pg 232. (color)

The Reply

Private Arts, volume #10, October, 1996, cover, back & frontispiece. (color, B&W).

Seedeater with an Itchy Foot

ARTnews, Summer 1992, pg. 64. (color)

She Decided to Return the Loathsome Gift

            Bill Moyers, Genesis: A Living Conversation, Doubleday 1996, book accompanies PBS series. (color)

Art in America, July 1993, pg. 15. (color).

Art Papers, January/February 1994, pgs. 47-48. (B&W).

The Wilson Quarterly, Summer 1998.  (color cover).

The Solitary Witness

Museum Views, Summer 1995, back page. (B&W).

Sorrows of the Young and Clumsy

ARTnews, Summer 1992, pg. 63. (B&W).

The Splash Down of St. Sapia

ARTnews, September 1995, pg. 9. (color).

Artist and Audience 2nd Ed. Terrence Grieder, Brown & Benchmark Pub. London, 1996 pg. 493. (color)

The Forensic Examiner, September/October 1996.

Summer Plans for Cognitive Augmentation

CGEHS, Chronicles, Summer 2013, vl 17:4, pg. 4. (color Online, B&W print)

Then They Would Gaze Into The Pool

The Christian Science Monitor, Art Review, Friday June 29, 1990, pg. 11. (color)

The Toils of Sleep

ARTnews, September, 1997 pg. 9. (color)

The Sciences, September/October, 1998, pg. 16. (color)

Unseen Rewards of Labor First Spotted by a White-bellied Caique

ARTnews, May 1995, pg. 30. (color)

Art & Antiques, September 1995, pg. 37. (color)

Upon Her First Ascent of the Dome: Recollections of A Blind Deer

ARTnews, Summer 1999, pg. 9. (color)

Upon Waking

            ARTnews, May 2003, pg. 7. (color)

The New York Sun, May 27, 2003, pg. 18. (color)

CAA Newsletter, July 2003, pg. 8. (B&W)

Valetudinarian Aided by the Labors of Plants and Bugs

Bill Moyers, Healing and The Mind, Doubleday, New York, 1993, pg. 141. (B&W)

CAA News, November/December 1991, pg.10. (B&W)

Sue V. Rosser, The Gender Equation, The Sciences, New York Academy of Sciences, New York, NY,               September/October 1992, pg. 42. (color)

The Visitation

Women Artists 1998 Datebook, (December) Cedco Publishing, San Rafael, CA. (color)

The Well-Traveled Mind

CGEHS Chronicles, Summer 2013, vl 17:4, pg. 5. (color Online, B&W print)

The Well-Traveled Mind Prepared for Sea Level Rise

CGEHS Chronicles, Summer 2013, vl 17:4, pg 5. (color Online, B&W print)