The Art Resume of
F. Lennox Campello

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F. Lennox Campello studied art at the University of Washington School of Art in Seattle, under Professors Norman Lundin, Alden Mason, Jacob Lawrence, Everet DuPen and others. Although he graduated from Washington in 1981, the artist started to sell his work professionally in 1977, when he became one of the regular exhibiting artists at Seattle's world famous Pike Place Market, where over four years he sold, gave away or traded over two thousand works of art.

In that same year that he graduated from Washington, he won the William Whipple National Art Competition First Prize for Printmaking, the silver medal at the Ligoa Duncan Art Competition in Paris and the French "Prix de Peinture de Raymond Duncan," also in Paris. A frenetic and vocal student, who seemed to produce artworks at a incredible pace, as well as organizing exhibitions for other students, he was described by Ileana Levens, at the time the curator of the Bellevue Museum of Art as the "most powerful student force ever to go through this art school."

In 1981 Campello was commissioned an officer in the U.S. Navy and was assigned duties in Spain, where he worked on a series of landscapes of Andalusia which now hang in over fifty private collections in Spain, Portugal and the United States. He also exhibited in various venues in Spain.

In 1985 he returned to the United States, living in Monterey, California (while pursuing a Master's degree) and Bowie, Maryland. During this time he returned to figurative drawings, as well as delivering illustrations for magazines and periodicals.

In 1989 Campello moved to Scotland, where he lived in a 307 year old farmhouse at the foothills of the Highlands near the ancient Pictish village of Brechin. The rugged character of the Scottish land and his discovery of the mezzotints of David Waterson revived his previous interest in landscape, and for the next three years he produced over three hundred watercolors of Scotland. This work earned him the First Prize in watercolors at the 42nd Annual International North Wynd River Art Competition in the United States.

 In 1992 the artist returned to America, and lived for a year in Sonoma, California, where he produced over four hundred commissioned drawings for the Sonoma Ballet Conservatory which now hang in nearly every household in that city of the wine country.

 Upon completion of this project, he relocated to Northern Virginia, where he resided until early 1997, at which time he moved to Bowie, Maryland.

In 1996, together with his then wife, the photographer Catriona Fraser, Campello opened the Fraser Gallery in Washington, DC, and together they opened a second gallery in Bethesda, Maryland in 2002. In 1998 Campello moved to Potomac, Maryland about 20 minutes north of Washington, DC, and in 2006 he began splitting his time between the Greater Washington, DC area and Media, Pennsylvania and ended his ten year co-ownership of the Fraser Gallery.

In addition to numerous galleries, his work has been exhibited at the McManus Museum in Scotland, the Brusque Museum in Brazil, the San Bernardino County Art Museum in California, the Musee des Duncan in France, the Frick Museum in Ohio, the Meadows Museum of Art in Shreveport, Louisiana, the Hunter Museum in Tennessee, the Sacramento Fine Arts Center in California, The Art League in Alexandria and the Rock Springs Art Center in Wyoming. He has also curated several shows in the Washington D.C. capital city area.

His artwork has been the subject of many reviews by several European and American newspapers, including most recently The Washington Post, The Washington Times, The Georgetowner, The Potomac News and The Bowie Blade.

Campello is also a regularly published art critic of regional prominence. His art reviews have been published in the Washington Post, Visions Magazine for the Arts, Dimensions Magazine, Pitch Magazine, The City Beat, The KOAN Art Newsletter, Art Calendar, DC One Magazine and various local newspapers. He also appears regularly on the radio as a guest discussing DC area art issues. In 2005, the artist also became the host for a series of TV appearances in various local programs dealing with the visual arts.

Furthermore, since 1998, Campello has taught over 3,000 artists, museum professionals, arts faculty and new gallerists through a highly successful one-day seminar titled "Success as an Artist," which has also been dubbed "Boot camp for Artists."

 In 2006 the artist relocated to the Philadelphia area and began a new art project called Alida Anderson Art Projects. In the summer of 2009 he returned to the Greater Washington, DC area. Later that year his work was selected by well-known collector Mera Rubell for inclusion in the "Cream" art exhibition and auction at American University's Katzen Art Museum.

In 2011 Campello authored the book 100 Artists of Washington, DC, published by Schiffer Press and the first of three volumes which catalogs the current contemporary visual art scene in the Greater Washington, DC area.

Campello is also one of the Internet's leading arts bloggers, and since 2003 his visual arts blog (Daily Campello Art News) has been one of the web's first art blogs and currently has had over four million visitors, making it one of the highest ranked art blogs in the world.

GROUP SHOWS

2015 CONTEXT Art Miami Art Fair, Miami, FL
2015 Texas Contemporary Art Fair, Houston, TX
2015 SOFA Art Fair, Chicago, IL
2015 Arte Americas at Fresno Art Museum, Fresno, CA
2015 Silber Art Gallery at Goucher College, Baltimore, MD
2015 SELECT - WPA Gala, Washington, DC
2015 Alchemicals, Joan Hisaoka Art Gallery, Washington, DC
2014 CONTEXT Art Fair, Miami, FL
2014 Charles Krause Reporting Fine Art, Washington, DC
2014 (e)merge art fair, Washington, DC
2014 Mayer Fine Art, Norfolk, VA
2014 Alchemicals, Joan Hisaoka Art Gallery, Washington, DC
2013 CONTEXT Art Miami. Miami, FL
2013 Jordan Schnitzer Museum at The University of Oregon. Eugene, OR
2013 Museum of Contemporary Art DC (MOCA DC). Washington, DC
2013 (e)merge art fair. Washington, DC
2013 Strathmore Art Center, Rockville, MD
2013 Affordable Art Fair. New York, NY
2013 SCOPE Art Fair, New York, NY
2013 Alchemicals, Joan Hisaoka Art Gallery, Washington, DC
2012 Aqua Art Fair. Miami Beach, FL
2012 (e)merge art fair. Washington, DC
2012 Houston Art Fair. Houston, TX
2012 "Courage Unmasked II." Katzen Art Museum, Washington, DC
2012 Blue Leaf Gallery. Dublin, Ireland
2012 Affordable Art Fair, New York, NY
2012 VI Digital Biennial. Montgomery College. Rockville, MD
2012 Cheim & Read, New York, NY
2011 Aqua Art Fair. Miami, FL
2011 (e)merge art fair. Washington, DC
2011 "Black & White." Marymount University, Arlington, VA
2011 Strathmore Art Center, Rockville, MD.
2011 Affordable Art Fair, New York
2011 Miami International Art Fair, Miami Beach, FL
2011 Mayer Fine Art, Norfolk, VA
2011 "Small Works." Projects Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
2010 "One Hour Photo." Katzen Art Museum, Washington, DC
2010 Affordable Art Fair, New York, NY
2010 King Street Gallery of Montgomery College, Takoma Park, MD
2010 Mayer Fine Art, Norfolk, VA
2010 Miami International Art Fair, Miami Beach, FL
2010 "One Hour Photo." Katzen Art Museum, Washington, DC
2010 Affordable Art Fair, New York, NY
2010 "Cream." Katzen Art Museum, Washington, DC
2010 "Think Small." Artspace. Richmond, VA
2010 Baker Arts Center. Liberal, KS
2010 Miami International Art Fair, Miami Beach, FL
2009 Red Dot Art Fair, Miami, FL
2009 Affordable Art Fair, New York, NY
2009 College of St. Elizabeth. Morristown, NJ
2009 Bridge Art Fair, New York, NY
2009 Projects Gallery. Philadelphia, PA
2009 Metro Pictures. New York, NY
2008 Bridge Art Fair, Miami Beach, FL
2008 Mayer Fine Art, Norfolk, VA
2008 Projects Gallery. Philadelphia, PA.
2008 Art Santa Fe
2008 Affordable Art Fair New York 2008 Warehouse Gallery, Washington, DC
2008 R Street Gallery, Washington, DC
2007 James Cohan Gallery, New York, NY.
2007 New England School of Art & Design at Suffolk Univ. Boston, MA.
2007 Agni Gallery, New York, NY.
2007 Digging Pitt Gallery. Pittsburgh, PA.
2007 Museum of Small Art. Shah Alam, Malaysia.
2007 Honfleur Gallery. Washington, DC
2006 Sikkema & Jenkins. New York, NY.
2005 Robert Miller Gallery. New York, NY.
2005 Sleeth Gallery. West Virginia Wesleyan College. Buckhannon, WV.
2005 Museum of Contemporary Art, Washington, DC.
2005 Fraser Gallery, Bethesda, MD.
2004 Brent Sikkema, New York, NY.
2004 Popov Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia.
2004 Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Boulder, Colorado
2003 Kunzelmann-Esser Lofts, Bliss Gallery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
2002 Galerie Lelong, New York, NY.
2002 Sperone Westwater Gallery, New York, NY.
2002 Fraser Gallery, Bethesda, Maryland.
2001 Studio Seven Gallery, Washington, DC
2001 West of District Gallery, Leesburg, Virginia
2001 Fraser Gallery, Washington, DC
2000 McLean Arts Center, McLean, Virginia
2000 Museum of Contemporary Art, Washington, DC
2000 Fraser Gallery, Washington, DC
2000 Eklektikos Gallery, Washington, DC
1999 Museum of Contemporary Art, Washington, DC
1999 University of Maryland, College Park, MD
1998 DC Arts Center, Washington, DC
1998 Fraser Gallery, Washington, DC
1998 Harmony Hall Gallery, Ft. Washington, MD
1998 Museum of Contemporary Art, Washington, DC
1997 Fraser Gallery, Washington, D.C.
1997 49 West Gallery, Annapolis, Maryland.
1997 Museum of Contemporary Art, Washington, D.C.
1997 Eklektikos Gallery. Washington, D.C.
1996 Fraser Gallery, Washington, D.C.
1996 Museum of Contemporary Art, Washington, D.C.
1996 Eklektikos Gallery. Washington, D.C.
1996 Art League. Alexandria, Virginia.
1996 National Competition. Hunter Museum. Nashville, Tenn.
1995 Perry House Galleries. Alexandria, Virginia.
1995 Westmoreland Art National. Latrobe, Pennsylvania.
1995 Grand Exhibition 95. Almond Tea Gallery. Akron, Ohio.
1995 Armory Art Show. West Palm Beach, Florida.
1995 St. Mary-in-the-Woods Gallery, Terra Haute, Indiana.
1995 Art League. Alexandria, Virginia (six times).
1994 Uppsala Cultural Board Gallery. Uppsala, Sweden.
1994 Barrett Art Gallery. Utica College of Syracuse Univ. Utica, N.Y.
1994 Goodwin House Gallery. Alexandria, Virginia.
1993 Fresno Art Museum. Fresno, California.
1993 Giovanni Strada Gallery. Ravenna, Italy.
1993 Russell Sage College. Troy, New York.
1992 Sacramento Fine Arts Center. Sacramento, California.
1992 National Society of Engravers & Printers. Washington, D.C.
1992 Juniper Gallery. Napa, California.
1992 Universidad Autonoma. Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
1992 Laramie Art Guild. Laramie, Wyoming.
1992 Gallery La Luz. La Luz, New Mexico.
1992 Ship's Inn Gallery. Edzell, Scotland.
1992 Montana Art Society. Billings, Montana.
1992 Miniature Art Society of Florida. Clearwater, Florida.
1992 North Valley Art League. Redding, California.
1992 Fairfield Art Society. Fairfield, California.
1992 Amador County Arts Council. Sutter Creek, California.
1992 Ardoe House Gallery. Aberdeen, Scotland.
1991 Montana Art Society. Billings, Montana.
1991 North Wynd River Art Society. Dubois, Wyoming.
1991 Gallery La Luz. La Luz, New Mexico.
1991 Georgia Miniature Art Society. Atlanta, Georgia.
1991 Intermountain Art Society. Fall Mills River, California.
1991 Royal Scottish Society Art Show. Aberdeen, Scotland.
1991 Dixon-Bates Art Gallery. Leeds, England.
1990 North Wynd River Art Society. Dubois, Wyoming.
1990 Inglis Hall. Edzell, Scotland.
1984 Feria de Marbella. Marbella, Spain.
1982 Meadows Museum of Art. Shreveport, Louisiana.
1981 William Whipple Gallery. S.W. State Univ. Marshall, Minnesota.
1981 Rock Springs Fine Arts Center. Rock Springs, Wyoming.
1981 Gallery La Luz. La Luz, New Mexico.
1981 Arts Northwest Gallery. Seattle, Washington.
1981 Keene-Mason Gallery. New York, New York.
1981 Terrence Gallery. Palenville, New York.
1981 Musee des Duncan. Paris, France.
1981 San Bernardino County Art Museum. Redlands, California.
1981 Frick Art Museum. Wooster, Ohio.
1980 Science Center Gallery. Seattle, Washington.
1980 The Open Gallery. Eugene, Oregon.
1980 Soames & Dunn Gallery. Seattle, Washington.
1980 Arts Northwest Gallery. Seattle, Washington.
1980 Parnassus Gallery. Univ. of Washington. Seattle, Washington.
1979 Renton Art Society. Renton, Washington.
1979 Parnassus Gallery. Univ. of Washington. Seattle, Washington.
1979 Arts Northwest Gallery. Seattle, Washington.
1979 The HUB Gallery. Univ, of Washington Student Union. Seattle, WA.
1978 Parnassus Gallery. Univ. of Washington. Seattle, Washington.

SOLO SHOWS

2011 Featured Artist, Aqua Art Fair Miami Beach (with Alida Anderson Art Projects)
2008 Red Door Gallery. Richmond, VA
2005 Fraser Gallery. Washington, D.C.
2004 Fraser Gallery. Washington, D.C.
2003 Fraser Gallery. Washington, D.C.
2002 Fraser Gallery. Washington, D.C.
2001 Fraser Gallery. Washington, D.C.
2000 Eklektikos Gallery. Washington, D.C.
1999 Fraser Gallery. Washington, D.C.
1998 Fraser Gallery. Washington, D.C.
1997 Fraser Gallery. Washington, D.C.
1997 49 West. Annapolis, Maryland.
1996 Fraser Gallery. Washington, D.C.
1994 Chevrier's Presidio Gallery. Sonoma, California.
1993 Chevrier's Presidio Gallery. Sonoma, California.
1992 Warehouse Gallery. Banff, Scotland.
1984 Galeria Sevillana. Seville, Spain.
1981 Arts Northwest Gallery. Seattle, Washington.
1979 The HUB Gallery. University of Washington. Seattle, Washington.


JUROR, EDITOR AND CURATOR

2014 DC Commission on Arts and Humanities. Advisory Panel Member (Artist Fellowships)
2014 DC Commission on Arts and Humanities. Advisory Panel Member (Art Bank)
2013 Juror for "Converging Cultures: Works by Latino Artists." University of Mary Washington, Fredericksburg, VA
2013 Juror for Blackrock Arts Center Exhibition Year. Gaithersburg, MD
2013 Juror for Potomac Valley Watercolorists for Annual Juried Show, Alexandria, VA
2013 Curator for F. Lennox Campello and Artomatic. Edison Gallery, Washington, DC
2012 Juror for Small Works. Multiple Exposures Gallery. Alexandria, VA
2012 Juror for Prince George’s County Annual Competition. Ft Washington, MD
2012 Juror for Hoyt Institute of Fine Arts. Mid Atlantic Art Competition. New Castle, PA
2012 Juror for New Wilmington Art Association. Wilmington, DE
2012 Juror for Capitol Hill Art League, Washington, DC
2012 Juror for Rockville Art League, Rockville, MD
2011 Editor. 100 Artists of Washington, DC. Schiffer Press: PA.
2011 Juror for 20th Annual Northern Virginia Fine Arts Festival, Reston, VA
2011 Juror for Torpedo Factory Arts Center Visiting Artist Program. Alexandria, VA
2010 Juror for Multiple Exposures Gallery, Alexandria, VA
2010 Juror for Gallery West, Alexandria, VA
2010 Juror for Grand Opening Exhibition. Gateway Arts Center. Brentwood, MD
2010 Juror for Blackrock Arts Center Exhibition Year. Gaithersburg, MD
2009 Curator for "Aqui Estamos: Contemporary Cuban Art." Projects Gallery, Philadelphia, PA.
2009 Juror for 19th Annual Mid Atlantic Art Exhibition. D'Art Center. Norfolk, VA
2009 Juror for 15th Annual Competition. Fine Arts League of Cary. Cary, NC
2009 Juror for In the Spirit of Frida Kahlo. Joan Hisoka Art Gallery. Washington, DC
2008 - Curator for "Aqui Estamos: Contemporary Cuban Art" at H&F Fine Arts, Mt. Rainier, MD
2008 - Juror for Fall Exhibition. Capitol Hill Arts Workshop. Washington, DC.
2008 Juror for Workhouse Artists Show, Univ. of Phoenix at Reston, Reston, VA.
2008 Juror for American Landscapes Show, Maryland Federation of Artists, Annapolis, MD.
2008 Juror for "Art & Addiction" book and exhibition. Johns Hopkins Press. Baltimore, MD and San Juan, PR.
2008 Curator for "Common Ocean - From Havana to Norfolk: Contemporary Cuban Art." Mayer Fine Arts, Norfolk, VA.
2008 Curator for "Aqui Estamos" (Here We Are): Contemporary Cuban Art" survey show at H&F Fine Arts, Mt. Rainier, Maryland.
2008 Curator for "Early View" invitational student show at Longview Gallery, Washington, DC
2008 Juror for "Five Senses" juried show at Target Gallery, Alexandria, VA.
2008 Curator for "Color Invitations" group show at R Street Gallery, Washington, DC.
2007 Juror for "New Media." artDC Art Fair, Washington, DC
2006 Curator for Award Exhibition at the Rawls Museum, Courtland VA.
2006 Curator for "Text," Greater Reston Arts Center, Reston, VA.
2006 Juror for the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop, Washington, DC.
2006 Juror for the US Army Photography Contest, Alexandria, VA
2005 Curator for "Seven," Washington Project for the Arts/Corcoran, Washington, DC.
2005 Juror for League of Reston Artists Annual Juried Show, Reston, VA.
2005 Art.com. Juror for Homage to Frida Kahlo Worldwide Exhibition.
2005 Art League. Juror for Member's Show. Alexandria, Virginia.
2004 Montgomery County Arts Council. Juror for Ida F. Haimovicz Visual Arts Award.
2004 Target Gallery. Torpedo Factory Anniversary Show. Alexandria, Virginia.
2003 Fraser Gallery. De Aqui y De Alla (From Here and From There): A Survey of Contemporary Cuban Artists, Bethesda, Maryland.
2002 Glenview Mansion. Rockville Art League Juried Show. Rockville, Maryland.
2002 Indian Springs Club Gallery. Washington Landscape Society Juried Show. Rockville, Maryland.
2001 DC Commission on Arts and Humanities. Advisory Panel Member
2001 Athenaeum. Contemporary Realism: A Survey of Washington Area Artists, Alexandria, VA.
2001 Fairfax Art League. Annual Members' Juried Show. Fairfax, VA.
2001 Art League. Patron's Show, Alexandria, Virginia
2000 DC Commission on Arts and Humanities. Advisory Panel Member
2000 Wilson Arts Center. Summer Juried Show, Washington, DC.
2000 Fraser Gallery. Homage to Norman Rockwell, Washington, DC.
2000 Tidewater Fine Artists Association. Membership Juried Show. Hampton, Virginia
1999 Fraser Gallery. Homage to Salvador Dali, Washington, DC.
1999 DC Commission on Arts and Humanities. Advisory Panel Member
1999 League of Reston Artists. Annual Member Show. Reston, Virginia.
1998 Greater Reston Arts Center."Color Forbidden: The Figure in Black & White." Reston, Virginia.
1998 DC Commission on Arts and Humanities. Advisory Panel Member
1997 Gallery West. Annual Juried Show. Alexandria, Virginia.
1997 Fraser Gallery. "Homage to Frida Kahlo." Washington, D.C.
1997 Eklektikos Gallery. International All Media Juried Show. Washington, D.C.
1997 Factory Photoworks. Monthly Juried Show. Alexandria, Virginia.
1996 Fraser Gallery. "Georgetown International Arts Competition." Washington, D.C.
1991 Edzell Club Gallery. "Annual Edzell Invitational Art Show". Edzell, Scotland.
1984 Rota Community Gallery. Andalucia Invitational Art Show. Rota, Spain.
1981 Arts NW Gallery. Students from the UW School of Art. Seattle, Washington.


AWARDS

2008 Edward Carlson Memorial Award. Stockley Gardens Art Festival. Norfolk, VA
2007 Best in Show. Stockley Gardens Art Festival. Norfolk, VA
1998 Second Prize. Bellgrade Art Festival. Midlothian, Virginia
1997 Second Prize. Bellgrade Art Festival. Midlothian, Virginia.
1996 Best of Show. Festival in the Park. Roanoke, Virginia.
1996 Equal Award. Guggenheim Juror. Art League January Show. Virginia.
1996 Sandollar Award. Boardwalk Annual Art Show. Virginia Beach, VA.
1995 Best of Show. 20th Princess Anne Art Show. Virginia Beach, VA.
1995 Third Prize. Portsmouth Museum Seawall Art Show. Portsmouth, VA.
1995 Merit Award. Westmoreland National Art Show. Latrobe, Penn.
1995 Merit Award. Boardwalk Annual Art Show. Virginia Beach, VA.
1994 Honorable Mention. Bel Air Festival for the Arts. Bel Air, Maryland.
1994 Judge's Award. Belgrade Art Festival. Midlothian, Virginia.
1994 Merit Award. 32nd Chesapeake Artists Assoc. Show. Norfolk, VA.
1993 Honorable Mention. 4th Annual Art Show. St. Helena, California.
1991 First Prize (Watercolors). Montana Art Society. Billings, Montana.
1990 "Most Popular Award." 42nd North Wynd River Art Show. Wyoming.
1984 "Premio de las Naranjas." Marbella Fair. Marbella, Spain.
1981 First Prize (Drawing). Keene-Mason Gallery National. New York, N.Y.
1981 First Prize (Printmaking). Whipple Gallery National. Marshall, MN.
1981 "Prix de Peinture de Raymond Duncan." Musee des Duncan. Paris, France.
1981 Silver Medal. "Salon of the 50 States." Musee des Duncan. Paris, France.
1981 First Place (Oil). 1st Annual NW Art Students Show. Seattle, WA.
1979 First Prize (Drawing). Renton Art Society. Renton, Washington.
1974 Graduation Cover Art Award. Aviation High School. New York, N.Y.
1970 Art Medal. Our Lady of Loretto School. Brooklyn, New York.


EDUCATION

1991 University of St. Andrews. St. Andrews, Scotland. (Courses)
1990 Stirling University. Stirling, Scotland. (Courses)
1987 Naval Postgraduate School. Monterey, CA. (M.S.)
1981 University of Washington. Seattle, Washington.
(B.A. in Art and B.S. in Mathematics).
1974 Aviation High School. Long Island City, New York
1970 Our Lady of Loretto School. Brooklyn, New York


TELEVISION AND RADIO APPEARANCES

2012 - Takoma Park TV. On Identity in the Arts: On Being Latino.
2010 - WAMU Radio. "Kojo Nmandi Show." Commentary and criticism on DC area arts.
2009 - WAMU Radio. "Kojo Nmandi Show." Commentary and criticism on DC area arts.
2008 - WAMU Radio. "Kojo Nmandi Show." Commentary and criticism on DC area arts.
2007 - WAMU Radio. "Kojo Nmandi Show." Commentary and criticism on DC area arts.
2006 NBC 4 Four O'Clock News. "Meet the Blogger.".
2006 Pentagon Television. Commentary and Interview about US Army Photography Contest.
2006 WAMU Radio. "Kojo Nmandi Show." Commentary and criticism on Washington area galleries and artists.
2006 MHz Television. "Artsmedia News." Commentary and Interviews on Alexandria Arts Festival.
2005 WAMU Radio. "Kojo Nmandi Show." Commentary and criticism on Washington area galleries and artists.
2005 MHz Television. "Artsmedia News." Commentary and Interviews on 48th Corcoran Biennial.
2005 MHz Television. "Artsmedia News." Commentary and Interviews Isamu Noguchi Exhibition at Hirshhorn Museum.
2005 MHz Television. "Artsmedia News." Commentary on Russian Icons Museum Show.
2005 MHz Television. "Artsmedia News." Commentary on Sotheby's Auctions Sales.
2004 Voice of America. "Window on Cuba." Commentary on death of a well-known Cuban artist.
2004 Voice of America. "Window on Cuba." Commentary on Cuban artists.
2004 WAMU Radio. "Kojo Nmandi Show." Commentary and criticism on Washington area galleries.
2004 Voice of America Radio. "Window on Cuba" Commentary and criticism on Washington area galleries.
2003 WAMU Radio. "Kojo Nmandi Show." Commentary and criticism on Washington area galleries.
1997 Turner Broadcasting System. "Women of the Ink." Commentary and criticism on Pictish culture.


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2004 - John Blee. Georgetowner. January 8, 2004.
2004 - Who's Who in American Art.
2004 - Kojo Nmandi Radio Show. WAMU 88.5 FM. Week of February 16, 2004.
2004 - Bobbie Leigh. Art & Antiques Magazine. January 2004 issue.
2003 - Michael O'Sullivan. The Washington Post. September 26, 2003. P. T.45
2003 - Lonnie Dunbier. The Artist's Bluebook.
2003 - Who's Who in American Art.
2003 - Joanna Shaw-Eagle. Washington Times. January 9, 2003. Washington, DC.
2003 - Pamela Murray Winters. Washington City Paper. Jan. 10-16, 2003. Wash., DC.
2003 - Kojo Nmandi Radio Show. WAMU 88.5 FM. Week of March 31, 2003.
2003 - Absolute Arts. January 2003.
2003 - Garance Franke-Rutta. Washington City Paper.
2003 - Annie Adjchavanich. Washington Artist Directory. WPA/C. Washington, DC.
2002 - Frank Van Riper. Washington Post.com
2002 - Who's Who in American Art.
2002 - Natalie Hopkinson. Washington Post. May 18, 2002. P. C.01
2002 - Nancy Ungar. The Gazette. August 15, 2002. Gaithersburg, MD.
2002 - Tracey Vogel. Digital City. December 2002. Washington, DC.
2001 - Who's Who in American Art.
2001 - Alexandria Gazette. October 11, 2001. p. 33
2001 - Ken Oda. The Gazette. July 6, 2001. Gaithersburg, MD.
2000 - Who's Who in American Art.
2000 - Davis Kenedy. Georgetown Current. December 20, 2000. Washington, DC.
1999 - Who's Who in American Art.
1999 - Nicole Lewis. The Washington Post. Sep 9, 1999. p. C.05
1999 - Max Pizarro. Georgetown Current. Washington, DC.
1998 - The Washington Post. Jul 25, 1998. p. A.19
1998 - Rick Muirragui. Potomac News. Page C1. December 3, 1998. Woodbridge, VA.
1998 - Cheryl Allison. Bowie Blade-News. Page A1. December 31, 1998. Bowie, MD.
1997 - Lucy Blankenstein. KOAN Art Newsletter. Volume V, Number 6 - March 1997.
1997 - Glenn Dixon. Washington City Paper. Washington, DC.
1997 - Turner Broadcasting Television. Women of the Ink Documentary.
1997 - Ferdinand Protzman. Washington Post. December 18, 1997. Washington, DC.
1997 - Ferdinand Protzman. Washington Post. January 11, 1997. Washington, DC.
1996 - Michael O'Sullivan. The Washington Post. December 2, 1996. P. C.07
1995 - Wilson Hurley. Grand Exhibition 95. Ohio.
1993 - Mauricio Guerrero. El Arbol de la Vida. Rufino Tamayo Museum. Mexico City, Mexico.
1993 - WestArt. June 25, 1993. P. 3. California.
1993 - Sonoma Index-Tribune. Tuesday, May 14, 1993. Sonoma, CA.
1993 - Linda & Jim Stringer. Winging it. Sun Press. Richland, Washington.
1992 - Keith Boydston. The American. February 21, 1992. London, England.
1992 - Sonoma Index-Tribune. Tuesday, July 27, 1992. Sonoma, CA.
1991 - Brechin Advertiser. Brechin, Angus, Scotland.
1991 - Keith Boydston. Tartan Log. October issue. Edzell, Scotland.
1990 - The Times. Thursday, November 8, 1990. Waitsburg, WA
1990 - Brechin Advertiser. Brechin, Angus, Scotland. Thursday, August 23, 1990.
1983 - Joe Shannon. Biennial Exhibition. Meadows Museum of Art.
1983 - The Stars & Stripes. European Edition.
1982 - El Comunicador. Rota, Spain. Summer.
1980 - The Daily. University of Washington. Seattle, Washington.