TODD BARTEL                        
                toddbartel62@gmail.com
                toddbartel.com
 
                b. 1962 Manitowoc, Wisconsin
 
                EDUCATION
1993         Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, MFA, Painting
1985         Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, BFA, Painting
 
                SELECTED AWARDS / HONORS
2019         Art and Design Educator Award, Inaugural Recipient, Rhode Island School of Design
2017         Teacher Recognition, National Scholastic Art Awards
2016         Teacher Recognition, National Scholastic Art Awards
2012         Teacher Recognition, National Scholastic Art Awards
2010         Teacher Recognition, National Scholastic Art Awards
2008         Teacher Recognition, National Scholastic Art Awards
2007         Teacher Recognition, National Scholastic Art Awards
                Faculty Retention Grant, Cambridge School of Weston
2004         Teacher Recognition, National Scholastic Art Awards
2000         Connecticut Council on the Arts Fellowship Grant, Hartford, CT
1990         Jacob K. Javits Fellow, tuition grant with stipend in support of MFA degree, U.S. Department of Education, Washington, DC
                Liquitex Art Materials Award, Easton, PA
1984-85    European Honors Program, Rhode Island School of Design, Rome, Italy (Sept. to May)
 
                SELECTED ONE AND TWO-PERSON EXHIBITIONS
2019         Hera Gallery, working PAPER…, two-person show with Jack Massey
2003         Brownson Gallery, Manhattanville College, Purchase NY, Unfoldingobject-Implications of Glue: Todd Bartel Collage Based work 1983 - 2003
                Lenore Gray Gallery, Providence, RI, Tag-Recent Work By Todd Bartel and Michael Oatman
2002         Miranda Fine Arts, Port Chester, NY, Mythology of Stasis: New and Recent work by Todd Bartel
2001         Gallery 221, List Art Center, Brown University, Providence RI, Todd Henry Bartel: Gardens, Landviews, Salvages
1991         Hewlett Gallery, College of Fine Arts, CMU, Pittsburgh, PA, Todd Bartel: Master of Fine Arts, Thesis Exhibition
1990         Reynolds Gallery, Todd Bartel Recent Work, Pittsburgh, PA
1989         Juliani Gallery, Massachusetts Bay Community College, Wellesley, MA, Todd Bartel Selected Work
1985         Cantina, Palazzo Cenci, Rome, Italy, Thesis Exhibition, RISD, European Honors Program
 
                SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2020         MERZ Gallery, Sanquhar, Scotland, Schwitters’ Army, Curated by Ric Kasini-Kadour
2019         Boston Cyclorama, Boston, MA, Boston International Fine Art Show, Emerge, Presented by Art New England, invitation only
​                Chandler Gallery, Maud Morgan Arts, Cambridge, MA, Fragments—Collaging the Material World, curated by Boriana Kantcheva
​                College Hall Gallery, Vermont College of Fine Art, Montpelier, VT, Gender Riot, curated by Shiela Pepe
​                Anya and Andrew Shiva Gallery, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, NY, Foodie Fever, curated by Curated by Dr. Thalia Vrachopoulos
​                   and D. Dominick Lombardi
​                Bromfield Gallery, Boston, MA, Wet
​                Concord Center for the Visual Arts, Concord, MA, unfoldingobject—The Art of Collage, Curated by Todd Bartel
​                University Gallery, UMass Lowell, Lowell, MA, Area Synthetica—Surveying New Nature, curated by Markus Haala, Todd Bartel, Mark Dion, Ingrid
​                Hess, Patrick Jacobs, Mathias Kessler, Mark Mannheimer, Michael Oatman, Craig Stockwell
2018         Morean Arts Center, Petersburg, FL, Water Over the Bridge—The Art of the Contemporary Seascape, curated by D. Dominick Lombardi
​                Revolutionary Paths—Critical Issues in Collage, (Kolaj Fest Contributors Show), New Orleans, LA, curated by Ric Kasini Kadour
2017         Bennington Museum, Time for the Holidays, benefit art auction, invitational, Bennington, Vermont
                Montserrat College of Art, Beverly, MA, Inspired Views, Art Educator Show,
2016         Licthundfire, New York, NY, Raid Envy, curated by D. Dominick Lombardi
                Montserrat College of Art Art Educator Show, Beverly, MA, Inspired Views
2014         Proof Gallery, Boston, MA, Boston Does Boston 7, curated by Julia Hechtman, Invited by Chris Faust
                Woods Gerry Gallery, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, RISD EHP Retrospective, invitational
2013         Art & Culture Program
, Albany International Airport, Some Assembly Required, curated by Sharon Bates & Kathy Greenwood
                Gerald Peters Gallery, New York, NY, American Collage
                Opalka Gallery, Albany, NY, An Armory Show (commissioned soundtrack for dance performance —Happy Idea (Object Lessons After                                       Raymond Roussel), and, Readymade & Retinalmade)
2012         Big Town Gallery, Rochester, VT, Hey Joe, curated by David Powell
                The Ontological Museum, Pagosa Springs, CO, Collage Centennial
2010         Central Booking, Brooklyn, NY, Chemical Reactions, curated by Maddy Rosenberg
2008         5 + 5 Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, 8 Artists 8 Books, curated by Robin Ross
2007         Iona College, Brother Kenneth Chapman Gallery, Breaking New Ground: The Power and Variety of Landscapes, curated by Ellyn Murphy
2006         Miller Block Gallery, Boston, MA, Unless
2004         Mills Gallery, Boston Center for the Arts, Boston, MA, Exposing Scarlet: A Visual response to the Scarlet Letter, curated By Lucinda Bliss
                   and Cynthia Atwood
2003         ZieherSmith, New York, NY, Objects By Joseph Cornell and 13 Other Emerging Artists, (honoring the Centennial of Joseph Cornell’s birth)
2002         Palo Alto Art Center, Palo Alto, CA, Cabinets of Wonder/Redux, curated by Signe Mayfield
2000         The Rhode Island Foundation, Providence, RI, Virginia Lynch: A Curatorial Retrospective
                Connecticut Commission on the Arts, Hartford, CT, Fellowship Artist Exhibition, 3
                Hermen Goode Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, Tontine
                Visions Gallery, Troy, NY, Saints and Martyrs: Holy Fools and Perfect Rejects
1999         Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery, Annville, PA, Memory Boxes
1995         Gallery In The Square, Pittsburgh, PA, Water, Earth, Clay, two-person exhibition
1994         Transmission Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland, Exquisite Drawing: Lines of Correspondence
1991         Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Pittsburgh, PA, Art Beyond
1986         Lenore Gray Gallery, Providence, RI, Emerging Artists
 
                SELECTED Juried EXHIBITIONS
2019         Bromfield Gallery, Boston, MA, WET!
                College Hall Gallery, Vermont College of Fine Arts, Montpelier, VT, Gender Riot, curated by Sheila Pepe
2016         Main & Station, Parrsboro, Nova Scotia, Nonesuch Art On Paper Awards
2014         (SCENE) Metrospace, East Lansing, MI, {___+____}, {____+____}, {____+____}: A Collage Show @ (SCENE), curated by Michelle Word
2000         Barrett Art Center, Poughkeepsie, NY, New Directions 2K, Juried by Lisa Messinger, Curator, Department of Modern Art, Metropolitan Museum of                     Art
1999         Silvermine Guild Arts Center, New Canaan, CT, Art of the Northeast 50th Annual Exhibition, Juried by Alan Stone, Alan Stone Gallery, New York
                Katonah Museum, Katonah Village Library Gallery, Katonah, NY, 1999 Members Juried Exhibition, Juried by Harry
                   Philbrick, Director and Richard Klein Assistant Director of the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT
1995         Katonah Museum, Katonah, NY, All Of A Piece/All In Pieces, Juried by Robert Storr, Curator,
                   Brockton Art Museum, Brockton, MA, Common Roots, Diverse Objectives, RISD Alumni in Boston, Juried, Peter Baldaia, Curator
 
                SELECTED TEACHING EXPERIENCE
2014-20    New Hampshire Institute of Art MFA, Manchester, NY, artist-teacher
2002-P      The Cambridge School of Weston, Weston, MA, drawing, painting, collage, assemblage, art history, conceptual drawing, installation art
2003-06    San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA, Artist-Teacher, MFA Low Residency Program
2001-02    Brown University, Providence, RI, Visiting Lecturer/Adjunct Professor, advance drawing and foundation
2001-02    Unfoldingobject, Port Chester, NY, Founder/Director of art program, drawing, painting and mixed media, APP courses
                   for high school students, graduate and post-graduate critique groups, offering visual perception and critical theory courses
2001-02    Manhattanville College, Manhattanville, NY, Adjunct Professor, drawing, two-dimensional design and sculpture
1999-P      Vermont College MFA in Visual Art Program, Montpelier, VT, Artist-Teacher
1992-00    Mead School, Stamford, CT, drawing, painting, ceramics, photography, print-making, sculpture, set design
1986-89    The Cambridge School of Weston, Weston, MA, drawing, painting, print-making, art theory/history
1986         Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, Teaching Assistant (drawing), artist lecture
 
                SELECTED LECTURES, RESIDENCIES & CRITICISM
2018         Uncollage: A New Word for a Particular Set of Operations, Keynote Presentation, Kolaj Fest, New Orleans, LO
2015         New Hampshire Institute of Art, Graduation Speaker, Masters of Art in Art Education Program
2014-P      New Hampshire Institute of Art MFA, Manchester, NY, visiting critic, winter & summer Residencies
2013         Montclair State University, Todd Bartel: The Histories of Landscape and Collage Are the Same Story, artist lecture
                Art & Culture Program
, Albany International Airport, The History of Finding and Binding, Powerpoint presentation examining collage history
                Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, guest critic for final critique in freshman drawing course
2012         Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, The History of Collage—Pre and Post Picasso & Braque, two-part lecture
2011         Alfred University, Alfred, NY, The Histories of Landscape and Collage Are the Same Story, artist lecture
2010         Brandeis University, Women's Studies Research Center, When Einstein Meets Picasso, Symposium presenter
2001         Brown University, Providence, RI, Gardens, Landviews, Salvages, artist's lecture in connection with solo exhibition
1999-13    Vermont College MFA in Visual Art Program, Montpelier, VT, Artist-Teacher, Visiting Critic, winter & summer Residencies
1995-02    University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT, Adjunct Professor, Master's of Education Degree Program courses: Drawing,
                Self Expression In Art and the Elementary Student, Designing The Art Class Environment: The Boundary Between Teaching Students & Honoring                     Student Self-expression
1995         Western Connecticut State University, Danbury, CT, lecturer, Twentieth Century Art Zeitgeist: Diversity Invites Unity
1993         Silvermine Guild Arts Center, New Canaan, CT, artist lecture, Sources of Imagery V, artist lecture
1990         Reynolds Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA, artist lecture
                Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, Fallen Frescoes at San Vincenzo al Volturno, Italy, freshman art history lecture
                Chatham College, Pittsburgh, PA, artist lecture
                Carnegie Mellon University, College of Fine Arts, Pittsburgh, PA, Site Specific Field Drawing at the Cambridge School of Weston, Art in Context                         Lecture Series
1991         Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, artist lecture
1987         Phillips Academy, Andover, MA, artist lecture and visiting critic
 
                SELECTED CURATORIAL & PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
2019         unfoldingobject, 1st collage exhibition in the gallery’s century-long history, Concord Center for the Visual Arts, invited curator, Concord, MA
                Playing with a Full Deck V, invited co-juror with Clive Knights, Vogt Gallery, Portland, OR
                8 Visions, invited juror, Attleboro Arts Museum, Attleboro, MA
                Cut Me Up magazine, 1st invited curator, create a call and jury a call for collages made using the magazine. Call introduced in issue 2, results of                     call published issue 3
2018         ARTDEX Inaugural Art Competition, invited juror, Troy, NY
2018-19    Evelyn Davis-Walker—House + Wife Revisited, (Circulus Retro II/III)
2016         Blanche Ames National Juried Art Exhibition, Friends of Borderland, Easton, MA, Juror
2014-15    Kiss the Ground [honoring the 100 year remembrance of the Armenian Genocide] 6-part exhibition series in 2 venues, 7 published catalogs
2012-13    Strange Glue: Collage at 100, three-part, year-long exhibition, 4 published catalogs
2009-10    Contemporary Painting After A Century of Abstract Art, three-part, year-long exhibition
2007-08    Sublime Climate, Thompson Gallery, Weston, MA, curator, three-part, year-long exhibition of 45 artists examining climate change
2007-        Thompson Gallery, Cambridge School of Weston, Weston, MA, Founder, Gallery Director and curator of school’s first public gallery
2002-        The Cambridge School of Weston, Director of Visiting Artist and Artist in Residency Programs,
2001-02    Loftarts, Port Chester, NY, Co Founder, art organization/network of artists, curators, galleries and educators
2003         Miranda Fine Arts, Port Chester, NY "unfoldingobject: critical selections.1," curator
2002-06    Cambridge School of Weston, Weston, MA, Director of Artist in Residency Program, Director of Visiting Artist Program and Special Exhibitions,                         Designed Three Gallery System for new Green, Science/Art Building (Student Exhibitions Gallery/Professional gallery/Installation Gallery)
2002         Essex Art Association, Essex, CT, "Spring Show," invited Curator for juried, group exhibition
2002         Manager (Curator, Exhibition Coordinator, Director of Acquisitions:  Varujan Boghosian, Louise Bourgeois, Bruce Conner, Thomas Chimes, Joseph
                   Cornell, Alfred DeCredico, Gill Franklin, Gregory Gillespie, Neysa Grassi, Stephen Hannock, Brian Haverlock, Mark Innerst, Bo Joseph, Alison
                   Moritsugu, Joan Nelson, Michael Oatman, Edward Ruscha, James Scott, Hiro Yokose)
                Miranda Fine Arts, Port Chester, NY, "unfoldingobject; pre-college review.1," curator
2001         Manhattanville College Library, Manhattanville College, Purchase, NY, "The Art of Illuminated Manuscript:
                Medieval to Modern," co-curated by Patricia Miranda and Todd Bartel
2001-02    Loftarts, Port Chester, NY, co founder, art organization/network of artists, curators, galleries and educators
2001         Artworks Gallery, Hartford, CT, "Looking Back Looking Forward: Art Confronting Issues of Identification and Identity," Invited Curator for Juried,                     group exhibition with accompanying essay
1998-02    TBF Collectables LDC, Larchmont, NY, and, Integrated Capital Associates, New York, NY, Art Consultant, Collections'
1992         Greater Pittsburgh Commission for Women, Gloria Fitzgibbons Award, Pittsburgh, PA, Juror
1990         Boston Globe Scholastic Art Awards, Boston, MA, Juror, State level
1989         Boston Globe Scholastic Art Awards, Lowell, MA, Juror, Regional level and Awards Ceremony Speaker
1985         Abbey of San Vincenzo Al Volturno, San Vincenzo, Italy, Restoration, reconstruction, documentation and scale drawing of fallen, 8th
                   century frescoes, Jonathan Mitchell, Curator
 
                PUBLISHED ARTICLES, BOOKS & CATALOGS
2020         Uncollage—Collection is Cohesion, Kolaj Magazine #27, part 4/4, pp. 18-23, pictured article
                Uncollage in Photography & Filmography, Kolaj Magazine #27, part 3/4, pp. 8-13, pictured article
                Uncollage: Before It’s An Uncollage, Kolaj Magazine #26, part 2/4, pp. 18-23, pictured article
                Uncollage: A New word for a Particular Set of Collage-Based Operations, Kolaj Magazine #25, part 1/4, pp. 29-35, pictured article
                Upon a Threshold—The Liminal Pixel Paintings of Fran Forman, monograph essay, found in The Rest Between Two Notes—Selected Works by                           Fran Forman, Unicorn Publishing Group LLP
2019         Unfoldingobject, Concord Center for Visual Art, Concord MA exhibition catalog, with introduction and essay, Lulu.com
                Evelyn Davis-Walker—House + Wife Revisited, Thompson Gallery exhibition catalog, with introduction and essay, Lulu.com, (in progress)
2018         Nathan Stromberg—Back To Go Forward, Thompson Gallery exhibition catalog, with introduction and essay, Lulu.com, (in progress)
                NAWA—With Eyes Open, Thompson Gallery exhibition catalog, with introduction and essay, Lulu.com, 122 pages
2017         Cynthia Atwood—Alphabet of Weapons, Thompson Gallery exhibition catalog, with introduction and essay, Lulu.com, 120 pages
                Brown Students Address 911 on September 12, 2001, teacher’s reflection, Here, Vol. 2 Vermont College of Fine Arts, Montpelier, VT, pp. 8-10
                Jack Massey—Light & Dark, Thompson Gallery exhibition catalog, with introduction and essay, Lulu.com, 190 pages
                Charlie Nevad—Light & Dark, Thompson Gallery exhibition catalog, with introduction and essay, Lulu.com, 122 pages
2015        Raúl Gonzalez III—Nowhere Everywhere, Thompson Gallery exhibition catalog, with introduction and essay, Lulu.com, 180 pages
                China Marks—Nowhere Everywhere, Thompson Gallery exhibition catalog, with introduction and essay, Lulu.com, 182 pages
                Lucine Kasbarian—Perspectives from Exile, Thompson Gallery exhibition catalog, with introduction and essay, Lulu.com, 110 pages
                Kiss the Ground—A New Armenia III/III, Thompson Gallery exhibition catalog, with introduction and essay, Lulu.com, 172 pages
                John Avakian—If I Begin to Cry, Thompson Gallery catalog, with introduction and essay, Lulu.com, 188 pages
                Talin Megherian—Kiss the Ground, Thompson Gallery exhibition catalog, with introduction and essay, Lulu.com, 122 pages
                Kiss the Ground—A New Armenia I/III & II/III, Thompson Gallery and Armenian Museum of America, exhibition catalog, with introductions and                       essays, Lulu.com, 162 pages
2014         Elliot Baker—The Past Is Not Past, Thompson Gallery exhibition catalog, with introduction and essay, Lulu.com, 90 pages
                Gagik Aroutounian—Kiss the Ground, Thompson Gallery exhibition catalog, with introduction and essay, Lulu.com, 154 pages
                Milton Rogovin—Social Optometry, Thompson Gallery exhibition catalog, with introduction and essay, Lulu.com, 144 pages
                Les Mastenbrook—Multiple Angles at Once, Thompson Gallery exhibition catalog, with introduction and essay, Lulu.com, 100 pages
2013         Harold Edgerton—Flash Revelations, Thompson Gallery exhibition catalog, with introduction and essay, Lulu.com, 82 pages
                Michael Oatman—Another Fine Mess, Thompson Gallery exhibition catalog, with introduction and essay, Lulu.com, 312 pages
                Strange Glue—Collage & Installation, 
Thompson Gallery exhibition catalog, with introduction and essay, Lulu.com, 132 pages
2012         Strange Glue (Traditional and Avant-Garde Collage) Collage at 100—Virtual Annex, Thompson Gallery exhibition catalog, with introduction and                       essay, Lulu.com, 92 pages
2012         Strange Glue (Traditional and Avant-garde Collage), Collage at 100 I/III, Thompson Gallery exhibition catalog, with introduction and essay,                           Lulu.com, 204 pages
                Todd Bartel—Select Collages 1983-1989, with artist’s introduction, published to accompany the Hey Joe exhibition curated by David Powell, June                     13-July 29, 2012
2008         Linda Bond: Pause, introduction, artist published catalog coinciding with Thompson Gallery exhibition
2007         Reconstructing Home, catalog essay, found in Reconstructing Home—Collaborative Works by Debra Edgerton and Marc Siegner, Nau Museum,                       Flagstaff, AZ, catalog
1991          A Musical Palette, Alfred DeCredico in Vienna, letter to Alfred DeCredico published, Munich Found: An English Monthly Magazine, Munich,                               Germany
 
                SELECTED REVIEWS & ARTICLES
2019         Working Paper: Todd Bartel and Jack Massey at Hera Gallery, Art Scope Magazine, online edition, J. Fatima Martins, pictured
                Todd Bartel and Jack Massey Working Paper, Art New England, Sept/Oct, Emily Avery-Miller
                Unfoldingobject at Concord Center for the Visual Arts, Artscope Magazine (online), J. Fatima Martins, pictured
                Unfoldingobject, Concord Center for Visual Art, Concord MA exhibition catalog, with introduction and essay, Lulu.com
                Provocative Exhibit Asks What ‘Nature’ Really Means, Boston Globe, Cate McQuaid, April 4, 2019
                Area Synthetica—Surveying New Nature, Capsule Preview, Artscope Magazine, Boston, MA, March/April, p.77
2018         Life & Art with Todd Bartel, online interview, pictured, http://bostonvoyager.com/interview/art-life-todd-bartel/, Boston Voyager
                Drawn, Quartered, Remembered, (A Contemporary Exquisite Corpse), By Tontine: Todd Bartel, Bo Joseph, Michael Oatman, James Scott, GIF by                 Todd Bartel, dadabloge.com, Saturday, June 30, 2018
                Retinalmade and Readymade, sound file, dadabloge.com, Friday, June 29, 2018
                Happy Idea (Object Lessons After Raymond Roussel), sound file, dadabloge.com, Tuesday, June 26, 2018
                Grandma Moses—American Modern, (“uncollage,” neologism and definition quoted), Jamie Franklin, found in Moses, MoMA, and the Modernist                        Narrative, Skira Rizzoli, New York, p. 24
2016         Promise and Threat—Inquiry In Landscape Vernacular, cover art, art section with artist essay, Saranac Review #12, SUNY Plattsburgh, NY
2014         Kolaj, The Exquisite Corpse Drawn, Quartered, Remembered, by David Powell, issue 7, January 2014, pp. 20-27
2013         Art New England, cover story, Monumental Exhibition for Collage, January/February, p. 16
​                Gerald Peters Gallery, American Collage, catalog
2012         Artscope, cover story, Collage at 100—Strange Glue (Traditional & Avant-garde Collage), November/December, pp.10-11
                Numéro Cinq, online journal, The Box Does Not Need To Be Square: An Interview with Todd Bartel — Nance Van Winckel
                   numerocinqmagazine.com, October
                Hey Joe, exhibition catalog, BigTown Gallery, Rochester, VT,
                Seven Days: Vermont's Independent Voice, Big Joe (Hey Joe: An Homage to Joseph Cornell, BigTown Gallery), Art Review, Amy Rahn
2008         The Boston Globe, Boston, MA, New Gallery Tackles A Hot Topic, Denise Taylor, pictured, February 28
2007         Hunger mountain #11, Vermont College Journal of Arts & letters, Montpelier, VT, front and back covers, artist’s essay, September
2004         Exposing Scarlet: A Visual response to the Scarlet Letter, exhibition catalog, Mills Gallery, Essays by Alison Hawthorne Deming and Rev. Bill                           Bliss, pictured, September
2004         Hunger mountain #5, Vermont College Journal of Arts & letters, Montpelier, VT, artist’s essay and color reproductions, September
2002         The New York Times, A 'Landview' Focus, Arts & Entertainment, Roberta Hersshenson, pictured, WE, p. 8, May 12
2001         The Sciences, New York Academy of Sciences, New York, NY, Dark Remedy, Trent Stephens & Rock Brynner, pictured, p.45, Spring
                 ARTnews, New York, NY, Virginia Lynch: A Curatorial Retrospective, Part II, Bill Van Siclen, pictured, p. 164, February
2000         The Providence Journal, Providence, RI, Locals try harder at Lynch Retrospective, Channing Gray, pictured, December 7
                    Gallery & Studio, New York, NY, Tontine in Dumbo, New York Notebooks, Ed McCormack, September/October
                 Tontine, essay by Roger Dell, exhibition catalog, Hermen Goode Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, May
                 The Advocate, Stamford, CT, Artist Earns Grant To Continue His Series Of Drawings, Agnes Diggs, pictured, February 27
1995          Greenwich Time, Greenwich, CT, Discarded Drawings Basis for Exhibit at the Mead School, pictured, November 13
                 Pittsburgh Post Gazette, Pittsburgh, PA, Water Earth Clay Seeks Spirituality, Graham Shearing, pictured, October 12
                 Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Pittsburgh, PA, Symbolism at the Heart of Artist-Couple's Works, Janet McCall, September 24
1991          Pittsburgh Magazine, Pittsburgh, PA, Luxe, Harry Schwab, June
1986          The Providence Journal Bulletin, Providence, RI, The 'Emerging' Work of Five Young Artists, pictured, July 11
 
                  SELECTED COLLECTIONS
2020           MERZ Gallery, Sanquhar, Scotland, The Schwitters’ Army Collection of Collage Art
2019           Kanyer Collection, Yakama, WA
2012           Ontological Museum, Pagosa Springs, CO
2006           Wellington Management Company LLP, Boston, MA, Corporate Collection
2000           Pfizer, Rye Brook, NY, Permanent Corporate Collection
1999           Chelsea Clinton, Private Collection
                  Jennifer Vorbach, Private Collection
                  Integrated Capital Associates, New York, NY, Corporate Collection
1998           TBF Collectables LDC, Larchmont, NY, London, GB, Private Collection
1992           Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, Permanent Collection
                  Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, Special and Rare Books Collection
1987           New Haven Paint and Clay Club, John Slade Ely House, New Haven, CT, Permanent Collection
                  Hampton Partners, New York, NY, Corporate Collection
                  Pathways Affiliates, Portsmouth, NH, Corporate Collection