Lost Art Salon is a San Francisco-based gallery that specializes in the rediscovery of historically significant artists and the curation of fine art collections reflecting the major styles and movements of the Modern Era. Open to the public, the gallerys showroom offers over 5,000 paintings, drawings, prints, photographs and objects from the late 19th Century through the present, with a strong emphasis on 20th Century Modernism.
The Print Collection of the New York Public
Montclair Museum of Art
Anchorage Historical and Fine Arts
Museum and many others
Gary Lee Shaffer was a forward looking and self-sufficient artist who avoided social and political movements, working independently in a non-objective, expressionist manner. He set out to New York in 1957, joining many other artists like Agnes Martin and Hans Hoffman who converged on a new and exciting emerging urban art scene. Born in Lansing, Michigan, Shaffer left a broken home, mother and 2 sisters, pursuing his education and a broader, more adventurous creative life in a larger urban setting. He was searching for an identity, a medium and an aesthetic means to convey subjective states through Abstract Expressionist painting. There is nothing subtle about any of Shaffer's work. His prints reflect post war and modern trends in printmaking that originated on the East Coast. Expressionism is the thread woven through his work starting with pure fluid abstractions to his large moody deconstructed landscapes. His forms and colors are bold, imagery laden with symbols and organic, biomorphic shapes. A reclining stylized figure appears in his earlier work along with tactile stone forms, targets, spheres, the sun and circles.
After two full summer residency scholarships for study at the Hans Hoffman School of Painting in Provincetown, MA, he felt that he was not painting well and joined the Printmakers’ Workshop. This membership studio was established by master printer Robert Blackburn, professor at NYU and Columbia University, to revive fine printmaking after WWII. In a 1979 letter, he recounts that he paid $15 per month for full-time use of Blackburn's lithography and etching studio. There he found his medium in printmaking and quickly began entering his prints in competitions and selling them to individuals. Profoundly inspired by his mentor Hans Hoffman (1880-1966), his interest in German culture, opera, art and literature, and travels to Europe is seen in his titles. As a skilled self-publishing printmaker, he experimented with mixing processes and achieving his goal of breaking the boundaries of traditional picture plane. His creative work spanned over 42 years reflecting late 20th century painting and printmaking trends. Over the years at the workshop, he made acquaintance with Jay Milder, Red Grooms, Philip Guston, and Franz Kline, and he became friends with Eldzier Cortor and others who came and went to explore printmaking. Shaffer stayed in contact with his one time teacher, Hans Hoffman, until his death in 1966, and attended most of his New York shows. Shaffer seemed to avoid the art market itself, but organized many exhibits and showed his work in up to 10 shows yearly.
Shaffer started drawing directly on lithographic limestones in 1958 in the spirit of New York abstract expressionists (collection at Lost Art Salon) and in 1967, experimented with combining metal plate lithography with collagraphs (collection available at garyshafferartist.com). His expressive, energetic linear imagery reveal a conflicted private personal world, translating gesture through a difficult tool for direct expression. His early prints show influence of Jasper Johns, Robert Motherwell, Joan Miro, Kandinsky, Mark Rothko and Richard Diebenkorn. In 1968, he published his first multi-plate collagraphs that he referred to as gesso relief prints, using interlocking shaped masonite plates that he fabricated with metal, materials and cement paste. This transition to a different medium marked a stylistic change, exploring and deconstructing the landscape as an icon. He gained recognition through printmaking competitions and international traveling exhibits, winning awards and purchase prizes starting in 1960 with his expressionist stone lithograph “Homage to O.”
After moving to San Francisco, his editions gave way to monotypes in series and color etchings as monoprints in varied editions. From 1986 - 2000, he published his prints at Kala Art Institute in Berkeley, CA, experimenting with combining processes and composition. The results were numerous unique expressionist monoprints identified with an undecipherable numbering system. He published etchings in portfolios and bound litho woodcut collage prints into unique hand-made books. Symbols, grids and dot patterns recur throughout. His palette of mostly pure color was similar to mid-century modern. Shaffer's compositions depict a disquieted chaotic landscape with many in the Tetralogy format, divided into four or more parts, similar in concept to Andy Warhol's division of the picture plane. He described his Tetralogies as the dramatic and comedic acts of a Greek play with each section telling a story of it’s own as a unique painting. Shaffer's paintings are a link between his expressionist roots and the urban minimalist movement of the 1960’s. His early oil portraits and figures quickly gave way to non – objective gestures of abstract expressionism and then the deconstructed landscape. For over 20 years, his paintings were punctuated by liquid drip methods invented by Hoffman and made famous by Jackson Pollock. Like Belgian painter Nicolas de Stael, he applied pure, highly saturated oil colors with large brushes, trowels, palette knives. He painted in his San Francisco garden shed studio to 1993 when his health began to decline from emphysema. He lived with his dog Blanche in a spacious flat that served as a private museum of his work. Shaffer died at home surrounded by his monumental, moody paintings.
The actual number of works that he produced over his lifetime is unknown. His editions were very small with only 2 to 18 impressions. He did not appear to be concerned with documentation, sales and marketing after his New York period. Shaffer was somewhat shy, frugal and reclusive, but with good fortune and the support of partner William, he was able to devote himself to creative work and volunteer service to art education organizations. He was an active board member of two respected printmaking organizations, California Society of Printmakers and Society of American Graphic Artists. For decades, he wrote articles for their publications and assisted with local, national and international exchange exhibitions.
Lost Art Salon recently acquired a new body of works by Shaffer, in addition to
the stone lithographs done between 1959 and 1969. This recent collection
represents a selection of his work done between 1970 and 2001, including:
collagraphs, etchings, collages, ink, gouache, pastel and mixed media.
For More Information on the Hans Hoffman School of ArtGo Here
Columbia University Teachers College, (post-grad EdD) 1964
M.A., Michigan State University, 1963
B.F.A., School of the Chicago Art Institute and The University of Chicago,
Hans Hoffman School of Painting, Provincetown, MA, Full Scholarships, Summers 1957 & 1958
Ox Bow Institute Residencies
Memorial Exhibit of Prints & Paintings, Kala Art Institute, Berkeley, CA
Commemorative Print Exhibit, San Francisco Arts Commission, City Hall Venue, San Francisco 2002
Prints and Paintings of Gary Shaffer, Linda Penzugallery, San Anselmo, CA
Gary Shaffer Prints and Paintings, Octavia’s Hazgallery, San Francisco
RADICAL PRINTMAKING: Innovations From the California Society of Printmakers
Mills Building Exhibition Program, San Francisco, CA, Feb. 5- April 20
RADICAL PRINTMAKING: Innovations From the California Society of
Printmakers, San Francisco Arts Commissiogallery, Aug. 9 - Sept. 23
UNDER THE SURFACE: Six Artists from Kala Art Institute,Cecile Moochnegallery, Berkeley, CA
THE BAY TO KOBE AND BACK: An Exhibition of Artists' Books, Kala Institute, Berkeley, CA
PRINTS U.S.A.1999 1st Biennial Print Competition and Exhibition, Springfield Art Museum, Missouri
VEIL, MARK, MIRROR: A Portfolio of 12 prints by
artists-in-residence for Kala Art Institute's 25th anniv., 1999.
(Acquired by Achenbach Collection - Fine Arts Museums of San
SOCIETY OF AMERICAN GRAPHIC ARTISTS, 67th NATIONAL EXHIBITION, Prince
SMALL WORKS / FROM THE CALIFORNIA SOCIETY OF PRINTMAKERS, Claudia Chaplingallery, Stinson Beach, California
BOOK WORKS - PCBA Biennial Exhibition, San Francisco Public Library
ARTISTS BOOK SHOW, JAPAN & USA EXCHANGE EXHIBITION, Gusto House,
Kobe, Japan, (Invitational), Diablo Valley College Argallery,
14 PRINTMAKERS CELEBRATE KALA INSTITUTE, University of the Pacific, Stockton, CA
BERKELEY CIVIC ARTS COMMISSION, WORKS ON PAPER FROM KALA ART INSTITUTE,
Offices of City Planning and Development, Berkeley, CA
20TH NATIONAL JURIED PRINT EXHIBITION, PRINT CLUB OF ALBANY, Schenectady Museum, NY
TRADITION AND TRANSITION IN THE 1990's, Calif. Soc. of Printmakers' Annual SOMARTgallery and Cultural Center, San Francisco
PACIFIC PRINTS 1998, 9th Biennial Exhibition, Pacific Art League of
Palo Alto, California, (Purchase Award: Museum of West Fine Art)
85TH ANNIVERSARY EXHIBITION OF THE CALIFORNIA SOCIETY OF PRINTMAKERS, 51gallery, San Francisco
THE SEQUENTIAL DESIRE
Book Arts from the Bay Area (Invitational) Kala Inst. Berkeley, CA
VISUAL AID'S BIG DEAL AUCTION - SOMARTgallery, San Francisco
SELECTIONS FROM KALA ART INSTITUTE,Berkeley Art Storgallery, Berkeley, CA
Exhibition and Auction held at the Herbst Exhibition Hall, Presidio of San Francisco
CALIFORNIA PRINTMAKERS - INSTITUT FRANCO – AMERICAN, Rennes, France. (Competition & Acquisition)
TWO PRINTMAKERS FROM KALA INSTITUTE, Barra Corp., Berkeley, Calif. (Invitational)
SIGHTLINES: International Printmaking Symposium and Exhibition (SNAP),
University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada. (Invitational) October 1997
2ND BIENNIAL JANET TURNER NATIONAL PRINT COMPETITION, California State University Chico, (Joseph Kaveney Memorial Cash Award)
BOOK WORKS, Biennial Members' Exhibition of the PCBA, San Francisco Public Library
PORTLAND ART MUSEUM INTERNATIONAL PRINT EXHIBITION, Portland, Oregon (Acquisition).
BEYOND BOUNDARIES North American Printmaking Exhibit, Richmond Art Center, Richmond, CA
SAGA 66TH NATIONAL PRINT EXHIBITION, Nabisco Headquarters, East Hanover, NJ. (Una E. Johnson Graphics Award)
EAST/WEST PRINT EXCHANGE EXHIBITION. Juried prints from California
Society of Printmakers and the Society of American Graphic Artists (New
- Itinerary: Kala Art Institute, Berkeley, CA; Olive Hyde Argallery,
Fremont, CA; Norwalk Community Technical College Argallery, CA;
47gallery, Soho, NY VISUAL AID'S BIG DEAL, Exhibition and Auction,
SOMARgallery, San Francisco (Invitational) . KALA 22ND ANNIVERSARY ART
AUCTION & EXHIBITION, Center for the Arts at Yerba Buena Gardens,
San Francisco Exhibition Kala Institutgallery.
TRITON MUSEUM OF ART, Biennial Print & Drawing Exhib. & Competition, Santa Clara, CA
J. J. BROOKINGgallery, Kala Anniversary Auction & Exhibition, San Francisco, CA
THE STORY OF SAGA, Sixty-six years of Printmaking by Members of the
Society of American Graphic Artists, Newark Public Library, NJ
DIVERSITY AND VISION OF THE PRINTED IMAGE, CALIF. SOCIETY OF PRINTMAKERS
Membership Exhibition,Triton Museum of Art, Santa Clara, CA
PRINTMAKING POSSIBILITIES, University of California Museum at
Blackhawk, CA (Selections from Kala Institute 20th Anniv. Exhibit 1st
shown at Butterfield & Butterfield, SF)
65TH NATIONAL PRINT EXHIBITION - SAGA, Galleries of Federal Plaza, NY
MATRIX #1 - MONOTYPES/MONOPRINTS, SOMAgallery Space, San Francisco
PACIFIC PRINTS 1992, 6th Biennial Print Competition & Exhibit. Pacific Art League, Palo Alto, CA
BERKELEY ART CENTER 8TH NATIONAL EXHIBITION, Works on Paper (Second Prize)
KALA INSTITUTE FELLOWSHIP AND EXHIBITION, (6 month artist-in-residence fellowship)
PRINTS INTERNATIONAL 1992 Silvermine Guild, New Canaan, CT, & travel
PYRAMID ATLANTIC - KALA INSTITUTE Print Exchange Exhibit, Riverdale
MEMORIAL UNION ARgallery, University of California, Davis: Selections from the California Society of Printmakers
CURRENT TRENDS IN PRINTMAKING, Artworkgallery, Fair Oaks, CA
5TH INTERNATIONAL BIENNIAL PRINT COMPETITION 1991 ROC, Taipei Museum of Fine Arts, Republic of China
BERKELEY ART CENTER 7TH NATIONAL EXHIBITION -Works on Paper, Berkeley, CA
LYND WARD MEMORIAL TRAVELING EXHIBITION - Prints selected by Gordon
Gilkey for inclusion in the Portland Art Museum collection &
RINGLING SCHOOL OF ART, Sarasota, FL
GALLERIES OF MC DERMOTT, WILL & EMERY, NY
SUFFOLK COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Seldan, NY and
STATE UNIVERSITY OF N.Y. AT STONY BROOK
MONTGOMERY COLLEGE OF ART, Rockville, MD
LUMEN WINTEgallery, New Rochelle, NY
LYCOMING COLLEGE ARgallery, Williamsport, PA
PRINTMAKING SOCIETY OF NEW JERSEY, Somerville, NJ
MOREHEAD STATE UNIVERSITY, KY
PORTLAND ART MUSEUM, OR
4TH INTERNATIONAL BIENNIAL PRINT COMPETITION, Taipei Museum of Fine Arts, Republic of China
PACIFIC PRINTS 1990, Pacific Art League of Palo Alto, CA
PUBLISHED PRINTS, The Louisville Visual Arts Association, Louisville, KY (Invitational)
8th PRINT & DRAWING COMPETITION & EXHIBITION, Triton Museum of Art, Santa Clara, CA
SAGA 63RD NATIONAL PRINT COMPETITION, Federal Plaza, NYC, Selected for
inclusion in "Lynd Ward Traveling Exhibition" circulated nationally for
HUNTERDON ART CENTER 33RD NAT'L PRINT EXHIBITION Clinton, NJ, Travel:
The Newark Library; The Monmouth Museum; & Ben Shahgallery, William
PACIFIC PRINTS 1988, Pacific Art League of Palo Alto, CA
PHILADELPHIA PRINT CLUB 63RD INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION, The Print Club,
Travel to Penn State University, Harrisburg, Mechanicsburg Art Center
SAGA 62ND NATIONAL PRINT COMPETITION, Lever Housgallery, NY
PAPER, Invitational exhibition held at RPM Studio, NYC
SAGA NATIONAL TRAVELING EXHIBITION, Univ. of Wisconsin, Fox Valley & Sheboygan, WI
2ND INTERNATIONAL PRINT COMPETITION ROC, Taipei Museum of Fine Arts, Republic of China
A TRIBUTE TO ISOBEL MAC KINNON, The Art institute of Chicago, (Invitational) & Travel
SOLO EXHIBITION AT RECENT WORKgallery, Lancaster, PA
GLOUCESTER COUNTY COLLEGgallery, NJ, Spons. by Int'l Print Soc., New Hope, PA
HUNTERDON ART CENTER 28TH NATIONAL PRINT EXHIBITION and tour in New Jersey (Noyes Museum; Payngallery, Moravian College)
1ST INTERNATIONAL PRINT COMPETITION ROC, Taipei Museum of Fine Arts, Republic of China
SAGA 60TH NATIONAL PRINT EXHIBITION, C.W. Post College, L.I., N.Y., and the Galleries of the Fashion Inst. of Tech., NY
ARCHITECTURE IN CONTEMPORARY PRINTS, (Invitational) Pratt Manhattagallery, NY 1983
20TH NATIONAL BIENNIAL EXHIBITION, University of Delaware, Newark
SAGA 59TH NAT'L PRINT EXHIBITION, Cooper Union Galleries, NYC
SELECTIONS FROM THE PRINTMAKING WORKSHOP OF NYC, Hamilton College, Clinton, NY, 1981 (Invitational)
PRINTMAKER'S INVITATIONAL, Atlantigallery, NYC
SAGA 57TH NAT'L PRINT EXHIBITION, Parsons Exhibition Center, NYC
BOSTON PRINTMAKERS 32ND NATIONAL PRINT EXHIBITION, De Cordova Museum, Lincoln, Mass., 1979-80
SAGA 56TH NATIONAL PRINT EXHIBITION, Azumgallery, NYC
INTERNATIONAL CONTEMPORARY GRAPHICS EXHIBITION,Taiwan Provincial Museum and circulated in China by the "Society for Education Through Art of the Rep. of China"
SAGA 55TH NATIONAL PRINT EXHIBITION, Associated American Artistgallery, NYC, Traveling exhibition throughout the U.S.
SAGA 54TH NATIONAL PRINT EXHIBITION, Pratt Graphics Center, NYC.
POTSDAM PRINTS 1974, State University College at Potsdam, NY
10TH SILVERMINE NATIONAL PRINT EXHIBITION, New Canaan, CT
WARWICgallery, Warwick, England, (Invitational)
AMERICAN AND JAPANESE PRINTMAKERS, Frankfurt, Germany &
Thessaloniki, Greece, sponsored by the "International Print Society"
SAGA 52ND NATIONAL PRINT EXHIBITION, Associated American Artistgallery, NY Van Straategallery, Chicago
EIGHTH DULIN NATIONAL PRINT EXHIBITION, Duligallery of Art,
Knoxville,Tennessee, Circulated nationally by the Smithsonian
PHILADELPHIA PRINT CLUB "Juried Exhibition, 1973" circulated tgallery
Doshi, Harrisburg, Pa.: Lever House Galleries, NY; Carnegie Inst.,
Pittsburgh, Pa.; Ivy School of Prof. Art, Pittsburgh; Nabis Fine Arts,
Inc., NY; Keene State College, NH
SELECTIONS FROM SAGA 51ST EXHIBITION, Circulated nationally under the
auspices of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts for two years
SAGA 51ST NATIONAL PRINT EXHIBITION, Kennedy Galleries, NYC
SEATTLE PRINT INTERNATIONAL 1971, 42nd International Exhibition of the Northwest Printmakers, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA.
FIRST HAWAII NAT'L PRINT EXHIBITION, Honolulu Acadamy of Fine Arts, Honolulu, HI
IV BIENNIAL AMERICANA DE GRABADO, Museo Nacional de Grabado, Museo Nascional de Bellas Artes, Santiago, Chile
UNITED STATES INFORMATION AGENCY, Selections from the SAGA 50th
National Exhibition: International touring exhibition of the Near East.
10TH ANNUAL CALGARY GRAPHICS EXHIBITION, Alberta College of Art;
circulated by the Canada Council throughout Canada for one year
PHILADELPHIA PRINT CLUB, "Juried Exhibition 1970" Philadelphia, PA
PRINTMAKING WORKSHOP OF NEW YORK TRAVELING EXHIBITION: Howard
University, Washington DC; University of California, Santa Barbara;
Madison Art Center, University of Wisconsin
SAGA 50TH NATIONAL PRINT EXHIBITION, Associated American Artistgallery, NYC
POTSDAM PRINTS 1969, State University College at Potsdam, NY
21ST NATIONAL PRINT EXHIBITION, LIBRARY OF CONGRESS, Washington DC,
circulated nationally by the SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION 1969 - 1972
40TH NORTHWEST PRINTMAKERS' INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, Seattle Art Museum and the Portland Art Museum
FIRST INTERNATIONAL PRINT EXHIBITION, Manchester Institute of Arts and Sciences, New Hampshire
POTSDAM PRINTS 1968, State University College at Potsdam, NY
SEVENTH SILVERMINE NATIONAL PRINT EXHIBITION, New Canaan, CT
SAGA 48TH NATIONAL PRINT EXHIBITION, Associated American Artistgallery, NYC
BROOKLYN MUSEUM 15th NATIONAL PRINT BIENNIAL, Brooklyn
MASTER OF ARTS THESIS EXHIBITION, Kresge Argallery, Michigan State University
AMERICAN FEDERATION OF ARTS, Selections from 13th National Brooklyn Print Biennial tour 1962 - 64
PRINTS FROM THE CREATIVE GRAPHIC WORKSHOP, Manhattanville College, NY, Wooster Community Art Center, Danbury, CT
BROOKLYN MUSEUM 13th NATIONAL PRINT BIENNIAL, Brooklyn, NY
HYDE PARK ART CENTER, and 41gallery, Chicago, Ill., 1958 (Invitational)
EXHIBITION MOMENTUM, Chicago, (Jurors: Franz Kline, Phillip Guston, and Sam Hunter)
Pacific Prints 1998: "The Museum West Purchase Award"
Janet Turner National Print Competition 1997: "Joseph Kaveney Memorial Cash Award"
SAGA 66th National Print Exhibition 1997: "Una E. Johnson Graphics Award"
8th National Exhibition of Berkeley Art Center (Works on Paper)1992, 2nd Prize"
Awarded six month Fellowship, Kala Institute, 1991
Awarded Fellowship in Papermaking, OXBOW, Michigan, 1984
SAGA 58th National Print Exhibition 1980: "John B. Turner Memorial Award"
Boston Printmakers 32nd Nat'l Exhibit 1980: "DeCordova Museum Purchase Award"
SAGA 56th National Print Exhibition 1978: "The Vera List Purchase
Award" for an edition of 18 prints, 10 of which will be donated to 10
First Hawaii National Print Exhibition 197l: Purchase Award
10th Annual Calgary Graphics Exhibition 1970: Purchase Award
Potsdam Prints 1969: Purchase Award
Wooster Community Art Center 1968: Purchase Award
WORKS IN THE PERMANENT COLLECTIONS OF:
The Newark Public Library Print Collection*
Portland Art Museum, Oregon*
DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, Mass.
Montclair Museum of Art, NJ*
The Print Collection of the New York Public Library*
Guild Hall of East Hampton, NY*
Anchorage Historical and Fine Arts Museum, Alaska*
The Museum of Art of the University of Oklahoma*
Arnot Art Museum of Elmira, NY*
Detroit Institute of Arts Print Collection*
Art Institute of Chicago Print Collection*
(* SAGA 56th National Print Exhibition 1978:
"The Vera List Purchase Award" for an edition of 18 prints,
10 of which will be donated to 10 different Museums)
San Francisco State University;
Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco;
Museum of Alexander Soutzos, Athens, Greece;
The State University College at Potsdam, NY;
Honolulu Academy of Fine Arts;
Wooster Community Art Center, Danbury, CT;
Michigan State University;
The Printmaking Workshop of New York;
John Plain & Co., Chicago, Ill.vHousing Authority of Reading, PA;
Federal Reserve Bank of New York;
David and Lucille Packard Foundation of Los Altos, CA;
Kala Art Institute, Berkeley, CA;
many private collections
AUTHORED / PUBLISHED ARTICLES AND REVIEWS:
"BREAKING TYPE: THE ART OF KARL KASTEN,"
JOURNAL OF THE PRINT WORLD, Vol. 23, No. 2, Spring, 2000.
Review: "UNDER THE SURFACE" at Cecile Moochnegallery, Berkeley;
ARTWEEK, VOL. 30, NO. 12, Dec. 1999, pp. 23-24.
"KALA CELEBRATES WITH A PRINT PORTFOLIO",
JOURNAL OF THE PRINT WORLD, Vol. 22, No. 4, 1999.
Review: "SIGHTLINES SYMPOSIUM AND EXHIBITION" published in the JOURNAL
OF THE PRINT WORLD, Vol. 21, Winter, 1998 & The California Printmaker, 1998.
Guest Editor, THE CALIFORNIA PRINTMAKER, 1997.
Review: "Portland Art Museum International Print Exhibition,"
JOURNAL OF THE PRINT WORLD, Vol. 20, #2, Spring, 1997, p. 25.
Portland Art Museum Members' Bulletin, Winter, 1997;
Color reproduction of print from "International Print Exhibition."
"East/West Print Exchange Exhibition," - JOURNAL OF THE PRINT WORLD,
Vol. 18, No. 4. Fall, 1995 - SAGA LETTER, Fall, 1995 - THE CALIFORNIA
PRINTMAKER, July 1995
"A Tribute to Franz Geierhaas 1929-1994," JOURNAL OF THE PRINT WORLD,
Vol. 18, Winter, 1995.
"Printmaking Possibilities: Kala Institute at 20," THE CALIFORNIA PRINTMAKER, Dec '94
"All That Glitters," Exhibit Review at Levi Strauss, THE SENTINEL, Vol. 21, #25, June 1993.
"Karl Kasten - About Time," THE CALIFORNIA PRINTMAKER Summer, 1992
"John Babcock - Paper making" and "Kala Institute Fellowship Award Exhibition,"
THE CALIFORNIA PRINTMAKER, November 1991
"Letter from San Francisco," SAGA LETTER, New York, Winter, 1990.
NEW YORK ART REVIEW: Works, illus. pages. 1140-41, 1183, Amer. References, 1988
Review: 63rd International Print Competition of the Print Club of Philadelphia,
JOURNAL OF THE PRINT WORLD, Vol. 11, No l, Winter, 1988.
"85TH ANNIVERSARY CATALOG OF PRINTS," Co-Editor of the CSP, Feb. l998
"Past Presidents of SAGA - Gerson Leiber Interview,"
JOURNAL OF THE PRINT WORLD, Vol. 12, No. l, Winter, 1989.
"The 25th Brooklyn Museum Print Exhibition," Review: SAGA-LETTER, Dec. 1989
"Printmaking and Other Activities at Ox Bow", SAGA-LETTER, Dec. 1989
Illustration on page 151 of "THE COMPLETE COLLAGRAPH",
by Ross and Romano,, The MacMillan Co. The Free Press, 1980