Northwest Art Collection: Bibliographies

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This bibliography of sources about the artists in the Valley Library Northwest Art Collection was prepared by Mona Hinson, a student in the OSU Art Department and recipient of a 2003 Undergraduate Research, Innovation, and Scholarship and Creativity Grant.

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Allan, Lois. Contemporary Art in the Northwest. Roseville East, NSW: Craftsman House; dist. Craftsman House in association with G + B International, 1995.

Ament, Deloris Tarzan. Iridescent Light: The Emergence of Northwest Art. Seattle: University of Washington Press; and La Conner: Museum of Northwest Art, 2002.

Artists of Oregon/ Portland Art Museum. Portland: Portland Art Association, 1949-.

Calkins, Deborah. "Northwest Painting." Fortune 31 (Feb 1945): 164-68.

Callahan, Kenneth. "Pacific Northwest Painters." Art and Artists of Today 1 (Sept- Oct 1937): 6-7, 17.

---"Northwest Artists at the Seattle Museum." Magazine of Art 30 (Nov 1937): 681-82.

---"Pacific Northwest." Artnews 50 (Summer 1951): 41, 58-59.

Callahan, Kenneth, Morris Graves, and Mark Tobey. "Editor's Letters." Artnews 50 (Sept 1951): 6.

Clark, Sarah, and Martha Kingsbury. Northwest Traditions. Seattle: Seattle Art Museum, 1978.

Conkleton, Sheryl. What It Meant to Be Modern: Seattle Art at Mid-Century. Seattle: Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, 2000.

Cowles, Charles. Northwest traditions: Seattle Art Museum, June 29 December 10, 1978 / organized by Charles Cowles and Sarah Clark; essay by Martha Kingsbury. Seattle: Seattle Art Museum, 1978.

Cumming, William. Sketchbook: A Memoir of the 1930's and the Northwest School. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1984.

Duchene, Paul. "Opening March 19 in Rome: An Exhibit by Northwest Artists." Oregonian 15 Mar. 1995, Arts and Entertainment: E04. Newsbank. OSU Valley Library, OR. 1 Aug. 2003 NewsBank

Ellertson, Karrin. "Art Review Oregon's Artistic Pioneers Cast Long Shadows." Oregonian 14 Oct. 2001, Arts and Living: F04. Newsbank. OSU Valley Library, OR. 27 July 2003 NewsBank

Foyston, John. "Conceptualize This." Oregonian 27 July 2003, Arts and Living: 03. Newsbank. OSU Valley Library, OR. 27 July 2003 NewsBank

Gonzales, Boyer. "Uniformly High Quality Marks U.S.I.A. Show at Museum." Seattle Times 20 Jan. 1957.

Gragg, Randy. "An Outsider's Guide to the NW: PICA Curator Stuart Horodner Offers His Map of the Region's Artistic Terrain." Oregonian 9 Nov. 2001, Arts and Entertainment: 54. Newsbank. OSU Valley Library, OR. 27 Aug. 2003 NewsBank

---"Reviving Regionalism: Art in a Small Corner." Oregonian 25 Nov. 2001, Arts and Living: E01. Newsbank. OSU Valley Library, OR. 27 July 2003 NewsBank

Graves, Wallace. "Summer of '34." Puget Soundings (June 1976): 26-29.

Greenberg, Clement. "The Present Prospects of American Painting and Sculpture." Horizon 16 (Oct. 1947): 20-30.

Guenther, Bruce. 50 Northwest Artists: A Critical Selection of Painters and Sculpture Working in the Pacific Northwest. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1983.

Guzzo, Louis. "Callahan, Anderson to Take Art Shows to Europe, Far East." Seattle Times 9 Jan. 1957.

Harmon, Kitty, and Jonathan Raban, Eds. Pacific Northwest Landscape: A Painted History. Seattle: Sasquatch Books, 2001.

Haseltine, Mrs. William A. Pacific Northwest Art: The Haseltine Collection. Eugene: University of Oregon, 1963.

Hicks, Bob. "Adventures in the Print Trade." Oregonian 21 Oct. 2001, Arts and Living: E01. Newsbank. OSU Valley Library, OR. 1 Aug. 2003 NewsBank

Herzogenrath, Wulf, and Andreas, Kreul, Eds. Sounds of the Inner Eye: John Cage, Mark Tobey, and Morris Graves. Tacoma: Museum of Glass, International Center for Contemporary Art in Association with University of Washington Press, 2002.

Immanence, Iridescence: Morris Graves, Mark Tobey. New York: Schmiddt Bingham Gallery, 1994.

Institute of Contemporary Art (Boston, Mass.). Northwest Visionaries: Mark Tobey, Kenneth Callahan, Morris Graves, Leo Kenney. Boston: Institute of Contemporary Art, [1981?]

Johns, Barbara, ed. Jet Dreams: Art of the Fifties in the Northwest. Tacoma: Tacoma Art Museum; Seattle: distr. University of Washington Press, 1995.

Johns, Barbara. Modern Art from the Pacific Northwest in the Collection of the Seattle Art Museum. Seattle: Seattle Art Museum, 1990.

Johnson, Barry. "Oregon Printmakers: Going Their Own Way." Oregonian 15 July 1988, Arts and Entertainment: F25. Newsbank. OSU Valley Library, OR. 1 Aug. 2003 NewsBank

Kangas, Matthew. "Prometheus Ascending: Homoerotic Imagery of the Northwest School." Homosexuality and Homosexuals in the Arts, ed. Wayne R. Dynes and Stephen Donaldson. New York: Garland Publishing, 1992.

Karlstrom, Paul J. "Jackson Pollock and Louis Bunce." Archives of American Art Journal 24 (1984): 22-27.

Kingsbury, Martha. Art of the Thirties: The Pacific Northwest. Seattle: University of Washington Press for the Henry Art Gallery, 1972.

Lerman, Leo. "Something to Talk About: West Coast." Mademoiselle (Jan. 1953): 70-71.

Moseley, Spencer, and Gervais Reed. Walter Isaacs: An Artist in America, 1886- 1964. Seattle: University of Washington Press, Henry Art Gallery, 1982.

Munson-Williams -Proctor Institute. Ten Painters of the Pacific Northwest: October, 1947 through March, 1948. Utica: Munson-Williams- Proctor Institute, [1948?]

"Northwest Annual." Artnews 42 (1-14 Nov. 1943): 6.

"Northwest Passage." Newsweek 26 (10 Sept. 1945): 98-100.

Northwest Visionaries. Dir. Ken Levine. 16- mm film. Seattle: Iris Films, 1979.

The Oregon Artist: A Journal of the Museum Art School. Portland: Portland Art Association, 1952.

Portland Art Museum. Paintings and Sculptures of the Pacific Northwest: Oregon, Washington, British Columbia. Portland: Portland Oregon Art Museum, 1959.

---The West Coast Now: Current Works from the Western Seaboard. Portland: Portland Art Museum, 1968.

Portland (Or.). Oregon Centennial Painting Exhibition (1959). The Oregon scene. Centennial Exposition Building, Portland, Oregon, June 10-September 17, 1959. Portland:n.p., 1959.

Prior, Harris K. "The Pacific Northwest." League Quarterly 21 (Winter 1949): 18-23.

Riley Maude. "Northwest Artists Work, Fight, Paint." Art Digest 18 (1 Nov. 1943): 22.

Row, D.K. "A Question of Commitment." Oregonian 29 June 2003, Arts and Living: E01.

Newsbank. OSU Valley Library, OR. 27 July. 2003 NewsBank

---"Back to the Provinces." Oregonian 10 Feb. 2002, Arts and Living: E08. Newsbank. OSU Valley Library, OR. 27 July 2003 NewsBank

---"The Connectors." Oregonian 12 May 2002, Arts and Living: D01. Newsbank. OSU Valley Library, OR. 27 July 2003 NewsBank

---"Oregon Biennial Sticks to Traditional Fields, Omits Web- Based Work." Oregonian 12 Mar. 2003, Living: C01. Newsbank. OSU Valley Library, OR. 27 July 2003 NewsBank

---"Tacoma's Winning Combination." Oregonian 4 May 2003, Arts and Living: F01. Newsbank. OSU Valley Library, OR. 27 July 2003 NewsBank

---"Visual Arts Trek: A New Generation." Oregonian 11 Aug. 2002, Arts and Living: F01. Newsbank. OSU Valley Library, OR. 27 July 2003 NewsBank

[Seiberling, Dorothy]. "Mystic Painters of the Northwest." Life (28 Sept. 1953): 84-89.

Smithsonian Institution Press, and National Collection of Fine Arts. Art of the Pacific Northwest From the 1930's to the Present. Washington D.C.: pub. for the National Collection of Fine Arts by the Smithsonian Institution Press, 1974.

Some Work of the Group of Twelve. Seattle: privately pub. Frank McCaffrey, Dogwood Press, 1937.

Svoboda, Patricia Helen. "Zoe Dusanne: Seattle Art Dealer, From 1950-1964." Diss. University of Washington, Seattle, 1980.

Wehr, Wesley. The Eighth Lively Art: Conversations With Painters, Poets, Musicians, and the Wicked Witch of the West. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2000.

Mark Abrahamson

Abrahamson, Mark. "Watershed Investigations. 2001." okharris.com. 2003. OK Harris Works of Art. 19 Aug. 2003 http://www.okharris.com/current/press18.htm

Braff, Phyllis. "Relationships Between Men and Women." New York Times 6 Oct. 1996. Lexis Nexis Academic Universe. Lexis Nexis. OSU Valley Library. 28 Aug. 2003 LexisNexis

Charles, Eleanor. "The Guide." New York Times 18 July 1999. Lexis Nexis Academic Universe. Lexis Nexis. OSU Valley Library. 27 Aug. 2003 LexisNexis

Goodstein, Barbara. "(55 Mercer Street, New York; exhibit)." Art & Antiques 9 (Mar. 1992): 110.

Jacobson, Louis. "Shuttered Out." Washington City Paper. 2001. Washington Free Weekly Inc. 7 Aug. 2003 http://www.washingtoncitypaper.com/special/arts2001/photo_2001.html

Krane, Susan. PhotoNominal '92: [Exhibition] the Forum Gallery at Jamestown Community College, Jamestown, New York, January 25 Through February 22, 1992. Jamestown: The Gallery, 1992.

Lombardi, Dominick D. "Works That Accent The Positive And Nurture The Spirit." New York Times 2 Jan. 2000. Lexis Nexis Academic Universe. Lexis Nexis. OSU Valley Library. 27 Aug. 2003 LexisNexis

Raynor, Vivien. "At Hopper House Center, One of The Smoothest Lineups." New York Times 17 Sept. 1995. Lexis Nexis Academic Universe. Lexis Nexis. OSU Valley Library. 27 Aug. 2003 LexisNexis

Schwendenwien, Jude. "The Art Guild/Farmington; Marcia Reid Marsted, Arthur Simoes, Mark Abrahamson: Photographs. Connecticut; Exhibit." Art New England 17 (Feb./Mar. 1996): 60.

Wright, Diane. "Art That's Toxic." The Seattle Times 16 April 2003. 2003. The Seattle Times Company. 16 Aug. 2003 http://archives.seattletimes.nwsource.com/web/

"Montana Legacy Photographs On Exhibition At The National Academy Of Sciences." The National Academies. 2003. National Academies of Sciences. 19 Aug. 2003 http://www4.nationalacademies.org/nas/arts.nsf/Exhibitions+Past?OpenView. Path: Montana Legacy; Photographs by Mark Abrahamson.

"Mark Abrahamson: Montana Legacy." Art Museum Missuola. 2003. Art Museum of Missoula. 7 Aug. 2003 http://www.artmissoula.org/exhibits/abrahamson_mark.htm

Katherine Ace

Ace, Katherine. Home page. 7 Aug. 2003. http://www.katherineace.com

Gordon Woodside/ John Braseth Gallery. 27 Aug. 2003 http://www.woodsidebrasethgallery.com/

Jenkins, J.P. Letter. Oregonian 29 March 2002, Arts and Living: 02. Newsbank. OSU Valley Library. 16 July 2003 NewsBank

Lund, Jordan C. Letter. Oregonian 22 March 2002, Arts and Living: 02. Newsbank. OSU Valley Library. 16 July 2003 http://www.newsbank.com

Row, D.K. "Art Review Depth Of Popularity Katherine Ace Gives People Reason To Open Their Wallets But Not Their Minds." Oregonian 15 March 2002, Arts and Entertainment: 60. Newsbank. OSU Valley Library. 16 July 2003 NewsBank

Gary Andolina

Frank, Ann Wall. Oregonian 13 Sept. 1996: 52.

Kangas, Matthew. "Gary Andolina: William Traver Gallery, Seattle, Washington." Glass 78 (Spring 2000): 53.

---Seattle Times 8 July 1999.

---Glass (Fall 1995): 50.

---Sculpture. (Mar.-Apr. 1995).

Rice, Robin L. "Gary Andolina." Creative Glass Center of America at Wheaton Village. 2003. Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation. 10 Aug. 2003. http://www.creativeglasscenter.com/fellows/2000/2000_andolina_essay1.html

Updike, Robin. Seattle Times 20 Feb. 1995: E1.

Rick Bartow

Allan, Lois. Contemporary Art in the Northwest. Roseville East, NSW: Craftsman House; dist. Craftsman House in association with G + B International, 1995.

Archuleta, Margaret. "The Fourth Biennial Native American Fine Arts Invitational at the Heard Museum." American Indian Art 15 (Winter 1989): 54-61.

"Artists' Statements." Artweek 24 (3 June 1993): 4-5, 14-16.

Bartow, Rick. Interview. "A Time Of Visions: Interviews With Native American Artists." By Lawrence Abbott. Diskette. Kent: L. Abbott, 1998.

---"A Time of Visions- Larry Abbott Interviews-Rick Bartow" By Larry Abbott. 10 Aug. 2003 http://www.britesites.com/native_artist_interviews/rbartow.htm

Bartow, Rick, and David P. Becker. Wings and Sweat. Portland: Jamison Thomas Gallery, 1992.

Bartow, Rick. et al. Screams With Laughter: Storytelling in Northwest Craft. Seattle: Bumbershoot, The Seattle Arts Festival.; Washington State Convention and Trade Center (Seattle, Wash.); Canadian Craft Museum, 1993.

Caldwell, E.K. Dreaming The Dawn: Conversations With Native Artists and Activists. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1999.

Colby, Richard. "Cedar Mill Park Honors the Past." Oregonian 20 July 2000, West Zoner Beaverton: 01. ProQuest. OSU Valley Library. 6 Aug. 2001 ProQuest

Conkleton, Cheryl, and Noriko Gamblin and Karen Jacobson. Flintridge Foundation Awards For Visual Artists: [catalogue]. Pasadena: Flintridge Foundation, [2000?].

Dobkins, Rebecca. Rick Bartow : My Eye/Rebecca Dobkins; Foreword by Barry Lopez. Seattle: University of Washington Press; Chesham: Combined Academic, 2002.

Dubin, Margaret, ed. The Dirt is Red Here: Art and Poetry From Native California. Berkeley: Heyday Books, 2002.

"Eiteljorg Fellowship Exhibit." Southwest Art 31 (Aug. 2001): 258-62.

Evans, Lara M. "Rick Bartow: Putting it All Together." Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian. 2003. Smithsonian Institute. 8 Aug. 2003 http://www.nmai.si.edu/continuum/. Path: Artists; Rick Bartow.

Glowen, Ron. "Self Examination." Artweek 25 (6 Oct. 1994): 18-19.

Gragg, Randy. "Rick Bartow's Ecstasy and Obsession." Oregonian 27 Dec. 1991: 26.

---"Modern Art, Ancient Culture." Oregonian 14 June 1992: K1.

---"Art by the Saks Full." Oregonian 24 Aug. 1990: R21.

Hicks, Bob. "Grace, Falling Like Rain." Oregonian 3 Mar. 2002, Arts and Living: D01.

Newsbank. OSU Valley Library. 23 July 2003 NewsBank

---"Well-Rounded, "The Circle Of Friends" Exhibit in Salem is Sophisticated and Visionary."

Oregonian 5 June 2000, C01. ProQuest. OSU Valley Library. 6 Aug. 2001 ProQuest

Longfish, George, et al. New Directions Northwest: Contemporary Native American Art. Portland: Portland Art Museum; Olympia: Evergreen State College, [1986?].

Martinis, Cheryl. "The Art of Understanding." Oregonian 9 Mar. 2001, Northwest: C02.

Marx, Doug. "Man Behind the Mask." Oregon Magazine (March/April1998): 37.

ProQuest. OSU Valley Library. 6 Aug. 2001 ProQuest.

Row, D.K. "The High Price of Passions." Oregonian 8 Jan. 1999: 54. ProQuest. OSU Valley Library. 6 Aug. 2001 ProQuest.

Rushing, Jackson W. ed. After the Storm: the Eiteljorg Fellowship for Native American Fine Art, 2001. Indianapolis: Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, 2001.

Smith, Tracy. "Rick Bartow at Froelick Adelhart." Art in America 85 (July 1997): 100-1.

Taylor, Sue. "Rick Bartow at the Hallie Ford Museum. Exhibit." Art in America 90 (Nov. 2002): 166-7.

Wadsworth, Lois. "Rick Bartow Retrospective: Contemporary Art with a Tribal Twist." Eugene Weekly Online Edition 21 (2 Feb. 2002). 10 Aug. 2003 http://www.eugeneweekly.com/archive/02_28_02/special.html#visualarts.

Washington State Arts Commission. Jennifer Reidel ed. Who We Are: Autobiographies in Art. Olympia: Washington State Arts Commission, Public Schools/ Public Art Program, 1992.

Wasserman, Abby. "Connecting Present and Past." Artweek 20 (15 Apr. 1989): 4.

White, Timothy. "Out of Darkness: The Transformational Art of R.E. Bartow." Shaman's Drum (Berkeley, CA) (Summer 1988): 16.

Frank Boyden

Allan, Lois. "Natural Acts." Artweek 24 (8 Apr. 1993): 27.

"Ashen Beauty." Ceramics, Art and Perception 1

Baumann, Carol. "New Public Art Environment Installed at Eola Hall." OAC News (Winter 1992).

Barnard, Jeff. "Sitka Center Links Creativity to Nature." Oregonian 12 Sept. 1997: D02.

Bledsoe, Helen. "Sitka Center for Nourishing Creativity." Oregon Coast Magazine (June/July 1989).

Boyden, Frank. "Common Ground." Studio Potter 14 (Dec. 1985): 32-4.

---"East Creek Anagama." Studio Potter 13 (June 1985): 73-9.

---"Incisive Clay: A Ceramics Monthly Portfolio." Ceramics Monthly 33 (Nov. 1985): 39- 48.

---"Razor Wire Rim." Studio Potter 25 (June 1997).

---"The Skin of the Pot." Studio Potter 25 (Dec. 95): 32- 33.

Bringle, Cynthia. "Studio Potter: Finding a Balance." Ceramics Monthly 33 (Mar. 1985): 28-31.

Cosentino, Peter. Encyclopedia of Pottery Techniques. Philadelphia: Running Press, 1990.

Davies, Terry. "Drawing on Totemic Powers." Craft Arts International 14 (1988).

Zelanski, Paul and Mary Pat Fisher. The Art of Seeing. 2nd ed. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, [c1991].

"Frank Boyden and Mike Riley, Garden Environment." American Craft (Feb./Mar. 1993).

"Frank Boyden's Oxidized Corten Steel and Clay Wall Reliefs." Ceramics Monthly (Apr. 1979).

Frostad, June Carroll. "Earth, Water, Fire." Oregon Coast Magazine (June/July 1989).

Gragg, Randy. "Craft in the Raw." Oregonian 25 Feb. 1996: F01. Newsbank. OSU Valley Library. 16 July 2003 NewsBank

Harrington, Lamar. Ceramics in the Pacific Northwest: A History. Seattle: Pub. for the Henry Art Gallery by the University of Washington Press, [c1979].

Harris, James. "The Kiln and Foundry Facility as Western Oregon State College." Ceramics Technical 2 (1996).

Harris, Jennifer. "East Meets West." Stepping Out (Spring 1984).

Hoskisson, Brittney. "Firing Lessons." Ceramics Monthly 50 (Feb. 2002): 108-112.

"Is Glaze Dead?" Studio Potter 24 (Dec. 1995): 20-45.

Johnson, Barry. "Fires of the Anagama." Oregonian 10 June 1986: C1-2.

Johnstone, Sandra. "Frank Boyden Workshop. Eighth-Century Design of kiln in Coast Range captures chance effects of flame on objects." Ceramics Monthly 39 (Feb. 1991): 18+.

---"ACCA Workshops." Ceramics Monthly 35 (Sept. 87): 63+.

Lane, Peter. Ceramic Form: Design and Decoration. New York: Rizzoli,1988.

Luckhurst-Lute, Elizabeth. "Frank Boyden Workshop." Ceramics Monthly 43 (Jan. 1995): 16.

McCarthy, Bridget. Architectural crafts: a handbook and a catalog/Bridget Beattie McCarthy in conjunction with the Western States Arts Foundation. Seattle: Madrona Publishers, 1982.

Minogue, Coll. Impressed and Incised Ceramics. London: A & C Black; Oviedo: Gentle Breeze, 1996.

"News and Retrospect: Oregon Anagama." Ceramics Monthly 39 (Sept. 1987)

Parks, Dennis. A Potter's Guide to Raw Glazing and Oil Firing. New York: Scribners, 1980.

"Prints and Photographs Published." The Print Collector's Newsletter 15 (Nov./Dec. 1984): 176-9.

Reich, Jeff. "Wood Spirits at Galleria Mesa." Ceramics, Art and Perception 6 (1991).

Speight, Charlotte F. Hands in clay/Charlotte F. Speight, John Toki Mountain View, Calif.: Mayfield, [1988?].

Troy, Jack. Wood-Fired Stoneware and Porcelain. Radnor: Chilton Books, [1994?].

Van Cleve, Jane. "The Province of Frank Boyden." American Craft (Apr./ May 1982): 10+.

"Winter Light: Ceramic Lamps of Frank Boyden and Tom Coleman." Ceramics Monthly (Apr. 1979).

Wright, Nancy Means. "American Craft." Studio Potter (Aug./Sept. 1984).

Zakin, Richard. Ceramics: Mastering the Craft. Radnor: Chilton, 1990.

Ken Brauner

Jackson, Carol A. How Does a Fine Artist Develop a Market For His/Her Oil Paintings So Each Work Returns a Maximum Economic Benefit. Diss. George Fox College.; Dept. of Continuing Education, 1988.

Brauner, Ken. Home page. 23 July, 2003 http://www.kenbrauner.com/

Drex Brooks

Review. Artspace. (Nov./Dec. 1990) and (Sept./Oct. 1989).

Brooks, Drex. Sweet Medicine: Sites of Indian Massacres, Battlefields, and Treaties/Photographs by Drex Brooks; Essay by Patricia Nelson Limerick; Foreword by James Welch. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, [1995.?]

Blue Sky Gallery #5. Exhibition Catalogue. Portland: Blue Sky Gallery, 1993.

Review. Chicago Tribune 30 Dec.1987.

Photographic Insight. (Winter 1991).

Utah Arts Council; Southern Utah State College. A View of Six: Utah Arts Council's Visual Artist Fellowship Award Recipients. Salt Lake City: Utah Arts Council, 1992.

Michael Brophy

Allan, Lois. Contemporary Art in the Northwest. Roseville East, NSW: Craftsman House; dist. Craftsman House in association with G + B International, 1995.

---"Portland." Art Papers 24 (Jan./Feb. 2000): 55-6.

Brophy, Michael, and Charles D'Ambrosio. Paintings. Astoria: Clear Cut Press, 2003.

DeVuono, Frances. "Michael Brophy at Linda Hodges Gallery." Artweek 27 (July 1996): 28.

Duchene, Paul. "Grant masters." Oregonian 6 Jan. 2004: B1+.

Fiege, Gale. "Art of the Land." Skagit Valley Herald 8 Jan. 2004: DI-2.

Gragg, Randy. "At Artquake, Main Course Still is, Yes, Art." Oregonian 31 Aug.1990, Arts and Entertainment: R04. ProQuest. OSU Valley Library. 6 Aug. 2001 ProQuest.

---"Drawings at Laura Russo Gallery." Oregonian 15 Jan. 1993, Arts and Entertainment: 29.

ProQuest. OSU Valley Library. 6 Aug. 2001 ProQuest.

---"Michael Brophy." Oregonian 1 Mar. 1991, Arts and Entertainment: E24. Newsbank. OSU Valley Library. 1 Aug. 2003 NewsBank.

---"Michael Brophy." Oregonian 26 Nov. 1993, Arts and Entertainment: 25. Newsbank. OSU Valley Library. 1 Aug. 2003 NewsBank.

---"Someone Needs to Paint it: A Landscape in Ruin." Oregonian 29 May 1994, Arts and Books: E02. Newsbank. OSU Valley Library. 1 Aug. 2003 NewsBank.

---"Tree Toppler." Oregonian 21 June 1992, Lively Arts: P01. Newsbank. OSU Valley Library. 1 Aug. 2003 NewsBank.

---"Transcending Politics, Embracing Paradox." Oregonian 18 Sept. 1995, Arts and Entertainment: D05. Newsbank. OSU Valley Library. 1 Aug. 2003 NewsBank.

Harrison, Thomas B. "Exhibit of Narrative Paintings Boasts Impressive Lineup." Anchorage Daily News 9 Feb 1992.

Johnson, Barry. "Last Chance For a Look at Painters." Oregonian 27 May 1988, Arts and Entertainment: F23. Newsbank. OSU Valley Library. 1 Aug. 2003 NewsBank.

Kangas, Matthew. "Michael Brophy at Linda Hodges." Art in America 85 (Feb. 1997): 110.

Kanjo, Kathryn, et al. Oregon Biennial 97/Curated by Kathryn Kanjo. Portland: Portland Art Museum, 1997.

Nicholls, Dave, and Ron Glowen. Northwest Tales: Contemporary Narrative Painting. Anchorage: Anchorage Museum of History and Art, 1992.

Portland Art Museum. Oregon Biennial: Catalog. Portland: Portland Art Museum, 1991.

Row, D.K. "And the Winners Are." Oregonian 22 Dec. 2000, Arts and Entertainment: 57. Newsbank. OSU Valley Library. 1 Aug. 2003 NewsBank.

---"A Clear-Cut View." Oregonian 12 June 2005, Artsweek: D1.

---"First Thursday: A Painter of Terrible Beauty." Oregonian 3 Apr. 2003, Living: F01. Newsbank. OSU Valley Library. 23 July 2003 NewsBank.

---"Best of the West." Oregonian 11 Nov. 2003: E1.

Stirling, Kassandra Kelly. "Artist at Work." Portland Downtowner 18 May 1992.

Clint Brown

Brown, Clint, and Henry M Sayre. Clint Brown: The Plague Drawings.

Sean Cain

Allan, Lois. "Sean S. Cain, Eleanor H. Erskine, and Elizabeth Mead at Laura Russo Gallery. Portland, Oregon; Exhibit." Artweek 27 (June 1996): 26.

Dixon, Ken. "Cain's Allegorical Images Focus on Figures in Enigmatic Isolation." Oregonian 10 Aug. 2001, Arts and Living: 63. Newsbank. OSU Valley Library. 1 Aug. 2003 NewsBank.

Gragg, Randy. "Surveying a Landscape of Intuition." Oregonian 26 Jan. 1996, Arts and Entertainment: 14. Newsbank. OSU Valley Library. 1 Aug. 2003 NewsBank.

"Both Sides Now: Painters under 30 and Over 55." Artweek 28 (Sept. 1997): 17-19.

Berk Chappell

Oregon Arts Commission, and Northwest Print Council. 40 Oregon Printmakers: Limited Editions, A Special Catalog of Juried Prints for Your Selection. Salem: Oregon Arts Commission; Portland: Northwest Print Council, 1988.

Oregon State University. Multiform 1968. Corvallis: Oregon State University. Dept. of Art, 1968.

Sally Cleveland

Augen Gallery, and Steve Cleveland. Sally Cleveland: Recent Drawings May 2- June 3. Portland: Augen Gallery, 1996.

Augen Gallery. Sally Cleveland: 100 Views of Suavie Island, Recent Paintings October 6- October 30. Portland: Augen Gallery, 1999.

Dennis Cunningham

Allan, Lois. Contemporary Art in the Northwest. Roseville East, NSW: Craftsman House; dist. Craftsman House in association with G + B International, 1995.

---Contemporary Printmaking in the Northwest. Australia: Craftsman House, 1997.

---Contemporary Printmaking in the Northwest. Australia: Craftsman House, 1995.

---"Grounded in Oregon." Visions Art Quarterly (Fall 1992), 30-2.

---"The Joys of Fishing." Artweek 20 (20 May 1989): 4.

---"Natural Acts." Artweek 24 (8 Apr. 1993): 27.

Artweek (8 May 1979)

Cavallero, Janet. "On View." The New Art Examiner (Mar. 1996) 32-3.

Cunningham, Dennis. Northwest Observations and Allegories, 1980-1998. Marylhurst: Art Gym, Marylhurst College, 1998.

Gragg, Randy. "Artist Takes Bold Steps to Test New Waters." Oregonian 5 Nov. 1993, Arts and Entertainment: AE 28. Newsbank. OSU Valley Library. 1 Aug. 2003 NewsBank.

---"Hooking the Viewer." Oregonian 13 Sept. 1991, Arts and Entertainment: 22. Newsbank. OSU Valley Library. 1 Aug. 2003 NewsBank.

---"Reel Life." Oregonian 5 Apr. 1998, Arts and Books: G01. Newsbank. OSU Valley Library. 7 Aug. 2003 NewsBank.

Hanson, Kenneth O, Dennis Cunningham, and John Laursen. First of All. Portland: Press 22, 1987.

Harthorn, Sandy, and Johanna Hays. Field and Stream: 16 Northwest Artists. Moscow, ID: University of Idaho/ Prichard Art Gallery, College of Art & Architecture, 1989.

Hutton, Jean. "Roundups." Reflex (Nov. 1991):27.

---."Roundups." Reflex (Feb. 1996):18.

Image Magazine. (Spring 1985).

Keledjian, Chris. "Ironies and Contradictions." Artweek 16 (12 Oct. 1985): 11.

Metro Magazine (Sept.1985).

Morris, Gregg. "Coherence and Accessibility." Reflex (Mar. 1992): 14.

Oregon Arts Commission, and Northwest Print Council. 40 Oregon Printmakers: Limited Editions, A Special Catalog of Juried Prints for Your Selection. Salem: Oregon Arts Commission; Portland: Northwest Print Council, 1988.

Pander, Henk. The Visual Chronicle of Portland, Volume One: Acquisitions 1985-1989. Portland: Metropolitan Arts Commission, 1989.

"Roundups." Reflex (May 1989).

"Reel Life Stories." Northwest Visions (28 Jan. 1990).

Row, D.K. "Art Review Annotated Artist Cunningham on Cunningham: The Acclaimed Regional Artist Branches Out Into Painting in a New Show." Oregonian 9 July 2002, Living: E01. Newsbank. OSU Valley Library. 23 July 2003 NewsBank.

Seattle Art Museum. First Impressions: Northwest Monotypes. Seattle: Seattle Art Museum, 1989.

Taylor, Sue. "Dennis Cunningham at Froelick Adelhart, Portland." Art in America 88 (Nov. 2000): 175-6.

"The Joys of Fishing." Artweek (May 1989).

Weber, John. Fish Tales. Portland: Portland Art Museum, 1989.

Marita Dingus

Allan, Lois. Contemporary Art in the Northwest. Roseville East, NSW: Craftsman House; dist. Craftsman House in association with G + B International, 1995.

Basa, Lynn. "Marita Dingus: Expressing Third World Sentiments." Fiberarts 20 (Sept./Oct. 1993): 30.

Bryant, Elizabeth. "Marita Dingus: When Spirits Were Moved: Francine Seders Gallery, Seattle." Art Papers 22 (Nov./Dec.1998): 65.

Chattopadhyay, Collette. "Marita Dingus at the Artcore Brewery Annex." Artweek 29 (Apr. 1998): 23-4.

De Vuono, Frances. "Many Parts." Artweek 25 (23 June 1994): 18.

Halper, Vicki, and Francine Seders Gallery. Marita Dingus, Waste Not. Seattle: Francine Seders Gallery, 2002.

Harris, Joanne. "Portfolio." American Visions 11 (Aug./ Sept. 1996): 22-28.

"Marita Dingus: Francine Seders Gallery." Sculpture (Washington D.C.) 17 (Dec. 1998): 67-9.

Platt, Susan. "Politically Indirect: Outing the Activist Artist." Art Papers 23 (Sept./Oct. 1999): 32-7.

Updike, Robin. "Sketchbook: Her Art Tells of a Bondage From Long Ago." Seattle Times 21 Apr. 1997. 2003. Seattle Times Company. 10 Aug. 2001 http://archives.seattletimes.nwsource.com/web/.

"Wrapped Spirit I and II, Dark Woman; and Figures, Blue (art)." Frontiers 17 (Sept./Oct. 1996): 76. Expanded Academic ASAP. InfoTrac. OSU Valley Library. 25 Jan. 2000 http://web6.infotrac.galegroup.com.

Kim Foren

Gragg, Randy. "Take a Long, Long Look." Oregonian 14 Sept. 1990, Arts and Entertainment: F27. Newsbank. OSU Valley Library. 1 Aug. 2003 NewsBank.

Kay French

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