Bibliography

BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

2016

Rothstein, Scott. Art Boom. Wilton, CT: Brown/Grotta Arts (catalogue).

 

2014

Argo, Elizabeth R. Of Two Minds: Artists Who Do More Than One of a Kind. Wilton, CT: Brown/Grotta Arts (catalogue).

 

2007

Rykwert, Joseph, and David Revere MacFadden. The Grotta House. New York, NT: Rizzoli.

 

2006
Kieffer, Susan Mowery, ed. 500 Baskets. Ashville, NC: Lark Books.

2006
Shaw, Madelyn, and Kate Irvin. Beyond Weaving: International ArtTextiles. Wilton, CT: Brown/Grotta Arts (catalogue).

2005
Leventon, Melissa. Artwear: Fashion and Anti-Fashion. London: Thames & Hudson.

 

2005

Sozanski, Edward J. “Not Just Domestic, but Aesthetic.” Philly.com (July).

 

 

2003

Avila, Susan Taber. "Looming Large: Contemporary Weavers of the Vanguard." Surface Design Journal 28 (1): 48–49.

 

2002

Bulwa, Demian. “Common Threads Bind Weavers.” San Francisco Chronicle (September 20).

 

2002

Novakov, Anna. "What Wonderous Webs They Weave." Diablo Arts (October–December): 26–29.

 

2001
Erikson, Arthur.  Wired: Fiber-Optic Weavings and Wire Sculpture. Wilton, CT: Brown/Grotta Arts (catalogue).

1999
"Portfolio."  American Craft 59 (2): 67.

1998
Ling, David. Art of Substance. Wilton, CT: Brown/Grotta Arts (catalogue).

1998
Three California Basketmakers: Hildebrant, Mulford, Valoma. Wilton, CT: Brown/Grotta Arts (catalogue).

1997
10th Wave Part 1: New Baskets and Freestanding Sculpture. Wilton, CT: Brown/Grotta Arts (catalogue).

1996
Stevens, Rebecca A. T., and Yoshiko Iwamoto Wada, eds.  The Kimono Inspiration. Washington DC: The Textile Museum.

1996
“New Voices in Weaving.” Shuttle Spindle & Dye Pot 27 (4): 33–35.

1995
Art Now.  Gallery Guide, Southwest Edition (December), cover.

1995
“Emerging West Coast Artists.” Fiberarts   19 (4): 36–44 .

1991
"Black and White." Zone, Arizona Arts and Culture 4: 14.

1990
Fruchtman, Rob. “Art to Where?” Fiberarts   17 (2): 32–38.

1989
Art Forms and the Body. Los Angeles, CA: Wittenborn & Hollingsworth (catalogue).

1989
Greenberg, Blue. “Finery: An Exhibit of Wearable Art,” Fiberarts 16 (1): 56–57.