Solo Exhibitions

2006 -  “Transitions: Paintings and Prints”  A.I.R. Gallery 

2003 -  A Retrospective of Prints, Catalogue published

1999 - One Person show - Atelier 2221, New Delhi, India

1998 - Mary H. Dana Series: One person show, Rutgers University

1998 - A.I.R. Gallery, NY - One person show: Digital prints and media

1994 - San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Rental Gallery, San Francisco, CA 

1994 - “The Irony of Being American”, Art Gallery of Long Island University at Southampton, Southampton, New York

1993 - One-person show - Art House Odeon. Sag Harbor, NY

1992 - Shinsegae Dongbang Plaza Art Gallery, Seoul, Korea. Color brochure published

1991 - A.I.R. Gallery - New York, NY

1991 - 55 Mercer Gallery - New York, NY

1985 - Richard Kauffman Gallery, Houston, Texas  

1984 - Soker-Kaseman Gallery, San Francisco, California

1983 - Soker-Kaseman Gallery, San Francisco, California

1982 - Miyazaki Gallery, Osaka, Japan 

1982 - Beni Gallery, Kyoto, Japan

1981 - Soker-Kaseman Gallery, San Francisco, California

1980 - Soker-Kaseman Gallery, San Francisco, California

1980 - Miyazaki Gallery, Osaka, Japan  

1980 - Beni Gallery, Kyoto, Japan

1979 - Beni Gallery, Kyoto, Japan

1978 - Soker-Kaseman Gallery, San Francisco, California

1976 - Phoenix Gallery, San Francisco, California

1975 - Phoenix Gallery, San Francisco, California

Professional Awards and Honors

2004 - Women’s Caucus for Art Lifetime Achievement Award, February, Seattle, WA

2003 - “Distinguished Alumna of the Year” award, College of Environmental Design, UC Berkeley,

1998 - Eisner Grant - The City College of New York, course relief for one course: fall semester, 1999

1997 - Brandywine Press Residency, Philadelphia, PA

1997 - Visual Arts Residency; Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation-Rutgers Center for Innovative Printmaking and Paper

1996 - Brandywine Press residency, Philadelphia, PA

1996 - Inclusion in Women of Color Slide Publication, sponsored by the Women’s Caucus for Art

1996 - Eisner Grant - The City College of New York, course relief for one course, fall

1995 - New York Foundation for the Arts Artist's Grant - $7000 -Printmaking

1995 - Travel Grant - The City College of New York, Division of the Arts 

1995 - Prize - one of two best in show: "Arcade" Digital to print exhibition. University of Brighton, Brighton, England, UK

1994 - Cash prize, “Twenty Fourth Annual Works on Paper”  Southwest Texas State University Gallery, San Marcos, TX. Juror: Lucy Lippard. 

1986 - Cleveland Print Club of the Cleveland Museum - Print commission published

1984 - Printmaking Fellowship - Festival of the Arts, Asilah, Morocco

1982 - National Endowment for the Arts Artist's Grant in Printmaking - $l2,500


Professor: September, 1988 to September 1, 2007

Retired:  9/2007

Director of the M.F.A. Program, Department of Art - 1998 – 2004

The City College of New York, City University of New York, 138th Street and Convent Avenue, New York, New York, 10031

September, 1985 - June, 1986 - Assistant Professor, Department of Art, State University of New York at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, New York 11794-5400             

1974 - 1985:  Instructor, Printmaking Department,  San Francisco Art Institute, 800 Chestnut Street, San Francisco, California, 94133 




University of California at Berkeley M.A. College of Environmental Design, 1971

One year as an apprentice to Japanese artist/ceramist, Kimpei Nakamura, in Kanazawa, Japan, 1967-1968

Graduate work in Japanese language and literature and English literature at Columbia University, New York. 1959-1962

University of California at Los Angeles - B.A, 1959 in English literature

Other Professional Experiences

Instructor – 2 evenings, 2 day workshop: Computers and Printmaking at the Hui no Eau Art Center, Makawao, Maui, Hawaii. February 3 - 6, 2005

Keynote Speaker for Middle School Graduation, Ross School, East Hampton, NY – June 18, 2003

Presenter and Panel Moderator – Asian American Educational  Conference: Challenges and Perspectives – May 2, 2003 - Asian American/Asian Research Institute, CUNY

- Made 10 minute speech using the Internet and presenting websites of Asian-American artists: Loni Ding (Ancestors of the Americas), Angie Eng (, and my own website with my own work. In the afternoon panel moderated a panel on “Contributions of the Arts Curriculum to General Education”

Reviewer  for Audrey Steinhauer Bennet – for promotion and tenure at R.P.I. (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

FIPSE reviewer  May, 2002  Reviewed grants for the Fund for the Improvement of Post Secondary Education. 

Panelist for Panel on “Portraits”, Ross School, East Hampton, NY.  January, 2000

Panelist for “The IRS and Artists”  College Art Association Conference, Los Angeles, CA, sponsored by the Visual Artists Committee, CAA –Feb. 13, 1999

Lecture - Atelier 2221, Delhi, India  - January  16.1999

Lecture - College of Art, Delhi, India - January 18, 1999

Lecture - Douglas College, Rutgers University, November 11, 1998 Visiting Artists Series, Rutgers University.

Lecture - Wellington City Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand - November  23, 1998

Panelist for “Women and the Arts”, The Institute for Research on Sixteenth Annual 

Celebration of Our Work Conference, Douglas College Center, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ. May 18, 1998

Moderator and Organizer of Panel: “The Impact of Digital Technology on Contemporary Art” Panelists included David A. Ross, Director of the Whitney Museum of  American Art, Eleanor Heartney, writer and critic, Jack Tilton of Jack Tilton Gallery, Roz Dimon, artist. April 16, 1998, A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY

Presenter for the Video wall at Thundergulch, 55 Broad Street, NYC

Projection of “Akira, The Irony of Being American” from computer to video wall, October 9, 1997

Lecture - Brandywine Press, Philadelphia, PA  May 7, 1997 in conjunction with the “Inside/Out: Japanese and Japanese American Artist Prints, April 25 - July 19

Co-curator: “Impressions: Contemporary Asian Artist Prints” The Printed Image Gallery, Brandywine Workshop, Philadelphia, PA  February 1 - April 11, 1997

Artist in Artist Studio Tour for Skowhegan, April 12, 1997

Lecture - Rockland Community College, S.U.N.Y. May, 1996

Lecture - The Ross School, East Hampton, New York. May, 1996

Lecture - Hartwick College, Oneonta, New York - April, 1996

Workshop - demonstration, guest lecture -University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS - March, 1966

Workshop - demonstration, lecture and juror, Honolulu Printmakers.Honolulu, HI February, 1996

Panelist with Profesor Robert Maeda and actor, George Takei on Symposium panel 

Accompanying “View from Within: The Art and Legacy of Internment” at the Queens Museum, Queens, NY. May 13, 1995

Workshop - demonstration - ISEA (International Symposium on Electronic Art) Montreal, Canada September, 1995 Workshop on Computers and Printmaking - 2 day workshop

Workshop - demonstration and lecture. Whitman College, Walla Walla, WA. October, 1994

Lecture and demonstration on computers and printmaking. Washington State University at Pullman, WA October, 1994.

Presentation, ISEA (Fifth International Symposium on Electronic Art) Helsinki, Finland - August, 1994

Winter Intersession Class on One-of-A-Kind Artist’s Books,  Rhode Island School of Design, Printmaking Department - January,1994.

Panelist on “Artists Talk on Art Panel” on Video and Artists  February 25, 1994. NY

Guest lecture - Long Island University at Southampton, in conjunction with one-person show, “The Irony of Being American”. March 24, 1994

Panelist: “Dissolving Border” Conference-Symposium, Moore College of Art and Design, March 23, 1994

Lecture - Guest lecturer - Textile Study Group of New York, April, 1994

Lecture - Guest lecturer, Art Department, College of New Rochelle, April, 1994

Workshop on Computers and Printmaking, FISEA (Fourth International Symposium on Electronic Art)  Minneapolis College of Art and Design, November, 1993

Elected to the Board of Directors of the College Art Association. 11/93

Moderator: Visual Arts Panel, First National Asian American Arts Conference, “Beyond Boundaries”, NYC, December 17-18, 1993.

Moderator/organizer: Women’s Caucus for Art Panel:  “Cross Continental Dialogue: Asian American Networks”- February, 1994.

Guest lecture and critic, Rhode Island School of Design, Printmaking Department, April,1993 Member, Board of Directors,  Art In General, New York, NY - 1993 to present

PSC-CUNY Visual Arts Panel Juror - 1993 to 1995

Artist/Mentor/Teacher for graduate art student, Carol Sun, in the program at Vermont College of Norwich University, Montepelier, Vermont 

Panelist on radio program, “Inside Harlem” WHCR (90.3 FM) Program on Asian affairs, April 26, 1993.  

Co-chair with Barbara Rogers - Panel “Women of the Ring of Fire: Voices of the Pacific Rim”  College Art Association Conference, Seattle, WA - February, 1993

Recipient of Rockefeller Travel Grant for the CAA conference and facilitated the awarding of Rockefeller travel grants for two graduate students in the Department of Art: Mentor-to graduate student, Tanya Torres and Haithem Abdullah. Awards for students included full travel, lodging, conference registration fees and membership  to the College Art Association College Art Association Conference, Seattle, WA February, 1993.

Selected Group Exhibitions

2008 - “Accession: Recent Acquisitions from the Art in Public Places Collection”, Hawai’i State Art Museum, Honolulu, HI

2008 - Hui no Eau Art Center – Annual members Exhibition, Makawao, HI

2008 - Honolulu Printmakers 80th Annual Exhibition

2008 - “Art Maui” Maui Art and Cultural Center, Kahului, HI

2008 - Hui no Eau Art Center – Kite Exhibition, Makawao, HI

2007 - Lahaina Arts Society – First Annual Exhibition, Lahaina, HI

2007 - “Art Maui” Maui Art and Cultural Center, Kahului, HI

2007 - “Honolulu Printmakers’ 79th Annual Exhibitions”, Honolulu, HI.

2007 - "One True Thing," A.I.R. Gallery @ The Putney School, curated by Dena Muller & coordinated by Nancy Storrow, Putney, VT   

2006 -  A.I.R. in Hungary, Gallery 2B, Budapest, Hungary

2004 - “Priority” Group exhibition, Benefit for Art in General. Milk Studios, New York, NY

2004 - “Mixed Company: Women Choose Men”, AIR Gallery, NY

2004 - “Wish You Were Here 3”   AIR Gallery, NY

2004 - "Momentum: the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop" at the Elizabeth Foundation, NY

2004 - “Sketches” curator: Sylvia Netzer, AIR Gallery, NY

2004 - ‘Generations.04’  AIR Gallery, NY

2004 - Creative Space: Fifty Years of Robert Blackburn's Printmaking Workshop featuring artwork from the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop Archives and Collection, now on deposit at the Library of Congress

2003 - A.I.R. Group Show – “Making Moves”, NY

2004 - “Women’s Work” Southern Graphics Council Conference, Boston, MA

2004 - Trisolini Gallery, Ohio University, Athens, OH

2002 - Arcade III; Surrey Institute of Art & Design, University College

2002 - New Greenham Arts Centre, Berkshire

2002 - London Guildhall University, Barbican Center for the Arts, London, UK

2002 - Levall Gallery, Novosibirsk, Russia, available at 

2002 - AIR Gallery, "Wish You Were Here" Members Group Show

2001 -  AIR Group show, NY 

2001 - Arcade III, 2001.4.10-30 : University of Glasgow

2001 - Greys School of Art,  Aberdeen

2000 - “Digital 2000” Exhibition of winning artworks selected from an international competition

2000 - Central Fine Arts Gallery, NYC, NY

2000 - Technology Gallery, New York Hall of Science

2000 - Silicon Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, online at

2000 - “Pieces 4” Gallery 128, New York, NY  Curator: Sylvia Netzer

2000 - “Printed Identity”, American Swedish Historical Museum, Philadelphia, PA

2000 - “Turning Points," A.I.R. Gallery

2000 - “Portraits,” Curator: Jennifer Cross, Ross School, East Hampton,  NY

1999 - Censorship online exhibition, organizer and curator: Angie Eng.

1999 - “Ring of Fire” Exhibition, Curator: Giles Peterson, Auckland, New Zealand.  

1999 - "PIECES 3" Curator: Sylvia Netzer Gallery 128. New York , NY 

1999 - Computer Art Exhibition, curator: Jeff Burden, Columbus State University

1999 - Art Gallery, Columbus, GA

1999 - “A.I.R. Gallery New Work” –A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY

1998 -  The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Rental Gallery 20th Anniversary Exhibition, Part One, San Francisco, CA

1998 - "Contents and Contexts: Lithography after 200 Years", International juried and invitational exhibition of contemporary lithographs, Juror Beauvais Lyon, Curator Charles Cohan. Honolulu Printmakers, Academy Art Center,  Honolulu, HI

1998 - Lithograph "Memory Walking",  Wellington City Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand, Curator: Roma Potiki

1998 - “Tredje Internationella litografiska Symposiet” (Third Lithography Symposium), Lithographic Academy, Tidaholm, Sweden

1998 - "Urban Encounters", A Public Access exhibition, Downstairs at the New Museum : “Godzilla”, Asian American Art Network;  lithograph and participation in the video. New York, NY 

1998 - "Mythologies", Jonkonnu Gallery, Sag Harbor, NY

1998 - "PIECES 2" Curator: Sylvia Netzer, Gallery 128 New York , NY

1998 - Bob Blackburn’s Printmaking Workshop 50th Anniversary Benefit Exhibit and Sale, New York, NY

1998 - “25 Years of A.I.R, The First Women Artists Cooperative in America” curator: Elke Solomon, Kingsborough Community College Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

1997 - Faculty Exhibition, The City College of New York

1997 - Compton-Goethals Gallery, NY

1997 - “Fermented” Parsons School of Design, Arnold & Sheila Aronson Galleries, NY, Curated by Amy Sadao and Barbara Hunt

1997 - “Teenage Ninja Turtles ...Not” Parsons School of Design galleries. Organized by Carol Sun. Formerly shown at Reed College, Oregon, and Hawaii

1997 - “Immigrant Strategies” Raritan Valley Community College Gallery, Fine and Performing Arts Gallery, Somerville, NJ.  Organized by Sam Larson 

1997 - “Voices of Color” in conjunction with the publication of Voices of Color, organized by Phoebe Farris. Purdue University Galleries, West Lafayette, Indiana

1997 - “Contemporary Asian Artists in America”  Mills Pond House Gallery, Smithtown Township Arts Council, St. James, NY

1997 - “Photography: It’s Not What It Used to Be” Curators: Eleanor Flomenhaft and Lucille Tortora. Hewlett-Woodmere Public Library Gallery, Hewlett, NY

1997 - “Thirtieth Annual East End Artists Exhibitiion”  Ashwagh Hall, East Hampton, NY

1997 - “Kim Chee Extravaganza” Korean American Museum, Los Angeles, CA

1997 - Delany Hall Art Collection, Delany Hall, Queens College, City University of New York, Queens, NY

1997 - “Inside/Out: Japanese and Japanese American Artist Prints

1997 - The Printed Image Gallery, Brandywine Workshop, Philadelphia, PA

1997 - “New Dialogues: Women Printmakers Invitational 1997” Trustman Art Gallery,  Simmons College, Boston, MA

1997 - Benefit for Robert Blackburn’s Printmaking Workshop, Leo Castelli Gallery, New York, NY

1997 - “Travel Size”  Godzilla sponsored exhibition, Compton-Goethals Gallery, The City College of New York, New York, NY

1997 - “Contemporary Japanese and Japanese American Artists Prints” from the Brandywine Workshop Collection, Parish Gallery, Georgetown, Washincton D.C

1997 - “Arcade II”  University of Brighton, Brighton, England, U.K

 - University of Brighton Gallery; Apr 1 - 4 : University of Derby, The Atrium; Apr 11 - May 8 : Kensington & Chelsea College Art Gallery, London; Jun 24 - Aug 25 : Stoke City Museum & Gallery. Still on the web:

1997 - “And Now. . . New Work” (8 Artists) AIR Gallery, New York, NY

1997 - “Exhibition of New Works” Rutgers Center for Innovative Print and Paper, Mason Gross School of the Arts Galleries, New Brunswick, NJ. Lithograph printed by master printer, Eileen Foti.

1996 - Faculty Exhibition, The City College of New York, Compton-Goethals Gallery, New York, NY 

1996 - “Cultural Economies”, Drawing Center, New York, NY  -included in ongoing slide show

1996 - “Women”s Work” sponsored by A.I.R. at the Arsenal Gallery, New York, NY

1996 - “The 3rd Kochi International Triennial Exhibition of Prints”, Ino-cho Paper Museum, Kochi, Japan. Color catalog published.

1996 - Honolulu Printmakers  68th Annual Exhibition, Honolulu, HI - Juror’s presentation. Print purchased by the State of Hawaii. 

1996 - “Electronic Corpse with Picture Element:” Valencia Community College, Orlando, Florida

1996 - “Japon/Mukashi to Ima” at the Museo de Arte y Diseno Contemporaneo in San Jose, Costa Rica

1996 - “Eleven at A.I.R.”  1996 Gallery Group Show

1996 - “Women of  Color in Art: National Juried Exhibition” Women’s Caucus for Art,

1996 - Federal Reserve Bank Gallery, Boston, MA

1995 - “Artist as Citizen” American Council for the Arts Exhibition Space, NY

1995 - “CODE” Ricco-Maresca Gallery, New York, NY - Curator: Roz Dimon. Multimedia piece "Akira, The Irony of Being American" included. 

Membership in Professional Societies

New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA)  member of Board of Trustees 9/2004 to 12/2006

College Art Association - Vice-President of the Board of Directors 2/98 – 4/99

Board of Directors, Term 2/94-2/98 

Chairperson: Committee on Cultural Diversity.  1996 to 1998

Member - Program Committee, CAA conference, 1995-1997

Artist’s representative to the Executive Committee -1996 to 1997

Chair of Studio Program with Holly Block, Director of Art In General for 1997 CAA Conference in New York

Art in General - Board of Directors, 1993 to 1998. International Advisory Board 1998 to 12/2006

Advisor – Elizabeth Foundation – Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop 9/2004

“Godzilla”, Asian American Arts Network - Steering Committee, 1993  to 2000

“Picture Element” -  (Digital artists group) 1992 to 1997

Women’s Caucus for Art - national organization 1993 to present

Advisory Board - Asian American Arts Center - New York, NY 1989 - 1992

Member of A.I.R.Gallery, Artists Cooperative, New York, NY 1995 to 2006

Advisory Board - Asian American Arts Alliance - 1989 

ACM Siggraph - New York chapter, 1989 to 1994

Art Initiatives, 1990

Organization of Independent Artists, 1990 to 1992

Women of Color Artists’ Organization - 1990 to present


Estee Lauder Foundation

Library of Congress: Robert Blackburn Archives

Queens College library, Queens College, Queens, NY Purchased in 1996

1 relief box, 2 lithographs purchased in 1997

Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers, The State University, NJ - 1997 Brooklyn Museum - eleven prints

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art 

Oakland Museum - Painting and print

Achenbach Foundation of the Legion of Honor Museum,  San Francisco, CA

University Art Museum, Berkeley, California

Cincinnati Museum

State of Hawaii –3 prints

KTVU, Channel 2, Oakland, California - painting

University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado

New Booneville Hotel, Booneville, California  - painting and prints

Private collections - too numerous to list

Books in Which My Works Have Appeared

A to Z of American Women in the Visual Arts, Carol Kort and Liz Sonneborn

Facts on File, Inc., New York, 2002.

Women Artists of Color, A Bio-Critical Sourcebook to 20th Century Artists in the 

Americas, Edited by Phoebe Farris. Greenwood Publishing Group,Westport, CT, May, 1999

San Francisco Art Institute Catalogs - 1976-1977; 1977-1979; 1985-1986

Conrad, John W., Contemporary Ceramic Techniques.  Prentice-Hall, Falcon C. 1978.

Rothenberg, Polly, The Complete Book of Ceramic Art., New York: Crown Publishers, Inc. 1972.

Chroman, Eleanor, The Potter's Primer.  New York: Hawthorn Books, 1974.

Design X, Pasadena Art Museum, 1968.

Design Xl, Pasadena Art Museum, 1971

Award & Exhibition Juries That I Have Served On

Mid-Atlantic Arts Fellowship jury -November, 1997

CAA Professional Development Fellowship - Jury - 1996

NYFA jury - New York Foundation for the Arts-Printmaking, Drawing and Artists' Book Panel - November, 1990

Visual Arts Consultant for the National Endowment for the Arts - visited and evaluated arts and crafts centers in Portland, Oregon - 9/81

Juror - National Endowment for the Arts Visual Arts Program for Workshops, Residencies, and Apprenticeships - 12/80.

Gallery Affiliations

A.I.R. Gallery – 511 W. 25th Street, Suite 301 New York, NY 10001. Member from 2/95 to 12/06.

Maui Crafts Guild - PO Box 790609 Paia, HI 96779, 69 Hana Highway, Paia, HI


Publications (written by the artist)

 Chapter for Voices of Color  by Phoebe Farris Du Frene - January, 1997

“How Can Young Artists Access the Art World” in “Brave New Art World, A Symposium” organized by Lenore Malen, M/E/A/N/I/N/G. #18, November, 1995

“The Irony of Being American” Article on my recent work. The California Printmaker, Issue No. 3, September, 1994. pp.3-4.

“Technotes: Ultrapos: Archival Printing of Computer Images”. The California 

Printmaker,  Issue No. 3, September, 1994. pp.8-9.

“Even the Sparrows Know: It” Article on Misch Kohn.The California Printmaker, 

Issue No. 2, June, 1994. In conjunction with the Distinguished Artist Award given to Misch Kohn.

“Misch Kohn” Interview, Printmaking Today, Vol. 3, No. 2, pp. 10, 11. 1994

“Atelier 17 and the New York Avant-Garde, 1940-1955,” Printmaking Today, Vol. 2, No.4, p. 19. Winter,1993. 

“Shiko Munakata,” Printmaking Today,  Vol. 1, No. 4, Fall, 1991

Periodicals, Magazines, and Reviews

Alumnus, The City College of New York, Perspectives: “Art Professor Uses ‘Redress Money’ to Tell Her Story” by Esther Tolkoff, Fall, 1998, p.7

The New York Times, Long Island Edition, “Some Luminous Surfaces and 2 Asian Survey Shows” by Helen A. Harrison. October 12, 1997

“Avenue Asia” Special Tribute Issue,Vol.20, no.11. p. 65. Editor: Sarah Midori Zimmerman

“The Irony of Being American” photo of work, , M/E/A/N/I/N/G final issue, #19-20, 1996

Print Collector's Newsletter, Vol. XXV, No.2 May-June 1994, p. 68.

The East Hampton Star, “From The Studio” review of Southampton College show by Rose C. S. Slivka, April 7, 1994.

DAN’s PAPERS, “Art Commentary” review of Southampton College show by Marion Wolberg Weiss, April 1, 1994

The New York Times, Long Island edition, “Uses of Paper and National Identities” by Phyllis Braff. March 27, 1994

Village Voice, “Voice Choices” review of the Godzilla show at Artists’ Space – March 30, 1993.

San Francisco Bay Guardian, June 27, 1990, "Samplings" by Harry Roche

“California Contemporary Art”, Butterfield & Butterfield catalog for auction, June 5, 1990

The Charlotte Observer, Wednesday, February 22, 1989, "Landscapes' Reflections Troubling" by Richard Maschal.

The Arts Journal, April, 1989, p. 17. "Landscapes of Self vs. Picturesque Conventions: A Study in contrast at The Waterworks" by Paul Barringer.

New Art Examiner, May, 1989, Review of "Contemporary Landscape: Five Views" by Shaw Smith.

Atlanta Art Papers, May/June, 1989,  Review by Suzanne Davis.

Artspeak, Vol. X, No. 8 - December 16, 1988. "A major faculty exhibition at City College"  by Ed McCormack.      

Print Collector's Newsletter, Vol. XVIII, No. 2, May-June, 1987, p. 65.

Artweek, January 25, l986. Vol. l7, No. 3. "Variations on Tradition" by Jamie Brunson.

Print Collector's Newsletter - Vol. Xll, No. 3, July-August, 198l. Vol. lX, No. 6, January-February, 1979 Vol. lX, No. 5, November-December, 1978.

San Francisco Chronicle - Saturday, December 16, 1978.

"A Look Around the Galleries" by Thomas Albright. 

Artweek, December 23, 1978, "Essences of Nature" by Robert McDonald.

San Francisco Chronicle, August 26, 1978, "Six Bay Area Printmakers"

San Francisco Chronicle, July 27, l978. "A Whitman Sampler of Prints and Photographs"  by Thomas Albright.

The Daily Californian, August ll, 1978, "Paper Capers" by Cathy Curtis

The World, San Francisco Chronicle, Sunday, September 26, 1976. "An Interesting Ride into the Art of the Third World" by Alfred Frankenstein.

San Francisco Chronicle, February, 1976, "What's New at the Galleries", by Thomas Albright.

Oakland Tribune, "Prints California Presents a Few Surprises" by Charles Shere

Artweek, February 25, 1975, Vol. 6, No. 4, "Michi Itami Zimmerman: Paintings and Prints", by Joanne A. Dickson

San Francisco Chronicle, January 23, 1975.  "Three S.F. Galleries Take a Turn to the Subtle", by Alfred Frankenstein.

Artweek, May 4, l974, Vol. 5, No. 18, "Bay Area Studio Sampling", by Cecile McCann

Sourcebook for Interior Design, September, 1970