2018 Sain, Robert and Amy Owen. Be Not Still: Living in Uncertain Times, Part 1. Napa: di Rosa Center for Contemporary Art, 2018.

2017 Personalities in Clay: American Studio Ceramics from the E. John Bullard Collection. New Orleans: New Orleans Museum of Art, 2017.

Reinertson, Lisa. Bay Area Clay: A Legacy of Social Consciousness [Arts Benicia]. Benicia, CA: Lisa Reinertson, 2017.

Story_Telling About Life: Thematic Exhibition in Icheon GICB 2017. Icheon-si: Korea Ceramic Foundation, Republic of Korea, 2017.

2016 Koplos, Janet. Function, Form, and Fantasy: Ceramics from the Dr. Robert and Deanna Harris Burger Collection. Flint, MI: Flint Institute of Arts, 2016.

Leach, Mark and Leslie Ferrin. EXPOSED: Heads, Busts, & Nudes. Cummington: Ferrin Contemporary, 2016.

Morineau, Camille and Lucia Pesapane. Ceramix: Art and Ceramics from Rodin to Schütte. Sèvres: Cité de la Céramique; Paris: La Maison Rouge, 2016.

2015 Guenther, Bruce. In Passionate Pursuit: The Arlene and Harold Schnitzer Collection and Legacy. Portland: Portland Art Museum, 2014.

Morineau, Camille and Lucia Pesapane. De Rodin à Schütte. Gent, Belgium: Snoeck Publishers, 2015.

Pagel, David. Viola Frey: A Personal Iconography. New York: Nancy Hoffman Gallery, 2015.

2014 Owen, Amy. Collection in Focus: Viola Frey. Napa: di Rosa, 2014.

Sledge, John S. and Roy Hoffman, et al. The Mobile Museum of Art: Selections from Fifty Years of Collecting. Mobile, AL: Mobile Museum of Art, 2014.

Strauss, Cindi, Janet Koplos, and Susie J. Silbert. Beyond Craft: Decorative Arts from the Leatrice S. and Melvin B. Eagle Collection. Houston: Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 2014.

2013 Fifty Gifts for Fifty Years. Lincoln: Sheldon Museum of Art, University of Nebraska, 2013. 92-93.

Held, Peter and Sealy Lineberry, eds. Crafting a Continuum: Rethinking Contemporary Craft. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2013.

2012 Andrew, Jason. To Be A Lady: Forty-Five Women in the Arts. New York: Norte Maar, 2012.

Clark, Garth and Cindi Strauss. Shifting Paradigms in Contemporary Ceramics: The Garth Clark and Mark Del Vecchio Collection. Houston: Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; New Haven: Yale University Press, 2012.

Chaffee, Cathleen. Eye on a Century: Modern and Contemporary Art from the Charles B. Benenson Collection at the Yale University Art Gallery. New Haven: Yale University Art Gallery, 2012.

Cozzolino, Robert. Viola Frey: Echoes of Images. New York: Nancy Hoffman Gallery; Oakland: Artists’ Legacy Foundation, 2012.

Servis, Nancy. Local Treasures: Bay Area Ceramics. Berkeley: Berkeley Art Center, 2012.

Throckmorton, Jodi. “A Different Approach: Joan Brown, Viola Frey, and the Feminist Art Movement.” In The Female Gaze: Women Artists Making Their World, edited by Robert Cozzolino, 220-227. Philadelphia: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 2012.

2010 Cozzolino, Robert and Sarah McEneaney. Narcissus in the Studio: Artist Portraits and Self-Portraits, edited by Robert Cozzolino. Philadelphia: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 2010.

2009 Held, Peter and Dean Kwang-Wu Kim. Innovation & Change: Ceramics from the Arizona State University Art Museum. Tempe: Arizona State University Art Gallery, 2009.

Schaffner, Ingrid and Jenelle Porter. Dirt on Delight: Impulses That Form Clay. Philadelphia: Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, 2009.

Taragin, Davira. Bigger, Better, More: The Art of Viola Frey. New York: Hudson Hills Press, 2009.

Weiser, Irving and Kathy Halbreich. The Human Touch: Selections from the RBC Wealth Management Art Collection. Minneapolis: RBC Wealth Management, 2009.

Dehan, Amy Miller and Matthew Kangas. Outside the Ordinary: Contemporary Art in Glass, Wood, and Ceramics from the Wolf Collection. Athens: Ohio University Press, 2009.

Reisman, Richard and Kathryn Reasoner. In Our Time and Place. Sacramento: University Art Gallery, Sacramento State University; Napa: di Rosa, 2009.

2008 Senie, Harriet F. Re-considering Color: Postmodern Classical II. New York: Onassis Public Benefit Foundation/City College of New York, March 2008.

Herman, Todd and Brian J. Lang. Carolina Collects. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 2011.

Román, Dulce María and Kerry Oliver-Smith. Paradigms and the Unexpected: Modern and Contemporary Art from the Shey Collection. Gainesville: Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, University of Florida, 2008.

2007 Ward, Gerald and Matthew Kangas. Shy Boy, She Devil, and Isis: The Art of Conceptual Craft, edited by Julie Muñiz. Boston: MFA Publications, 2007.

2006 Nishida, Kiriko et al. The Human Form in Clay: The Mind’s Eye. Shiga: Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park, 2006.

Zeitlin, Marilyn A. and Peter D. Held. A Ceramic Legacy: The Stéphane Janssen and R. Michael Johns Collection. Tempe: Arizona State University Art Gallery, 2006.

2005 McFadden, David Revere. Dual Vision: The Simona and Jerome Chazen Collection, edited by Nancy Prue. New York: Museum of Arts and Design, 2005.

Trapp, Kenneth. Viola Frey (Viola Frey: A Lasting Legacy). New York: Nancy Hoffman Gallery, 2005.

Faberman, Hilarie. Fired at Davis: Figurative Ceramic Sculpture by Robert Arneson, Visiting Professors, and Students at the University of California at Davis, the Paula and Ross Turk Collection. Stanford: Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford University, 2005.

2004 Rasmussen, Jack. The True Artist is an Amazing Luminous Fountain: Selected Works from the di Rosa Preserve: Art & Nature. Napa: di Rosa Preserve: Art & Nature, 2004.

Landauer, Susan, and JoAnne Northrup, et al. Selections: The San Jose Museum of Art Permanent Collection. San Jose: San Jose Museum of Art, 2004.

2003 Stroud, Marion Boulton and Charles F. Stuckey. On the Wall. Philadelphia: The Fabric Workshop and Museum; Providence: Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, 2003.

Morgan, Dahlia and Roni Feinstein. American Art Today: Faces and Figures. Miami: The Art Museum at Florida International University, 2003.

Faberman, Hilarie. Picasso to Thiebaud: Modern and Contemporary Art from the Collections at Stanford University Alumni and Friends. Stanford: Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford University, 2003.

2002 Schlosberg, Carl. Celebrating 30 Years. Sherman Oaks: Carl Schlosberg Fine Arts, 2002.

Ramljak, Suzanne and Darrel Sewell. Crafting a Legacy: Contemporary American Crafts in the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2002.

2001 English, Helen W. Drutt and Carole Price Shanis. Poetics of Clay: An International Perspective. Philadelphia: Philadelphia Art Alliance, 2001.

Hewitt, Mana. Figuration in Clay: A Collection. Columbia: McMaster Gallery, University of South Carolina, 2001.

2000 Foley, Suzanne and Jill Hartz. Expanded Visions: Ceramic Art in the 1970s - 80s from the Collection of Daniel Jacobs and Derek Mason. Charlottesville: Bayly Art Museum, University of Virginia, 2000.

Landauer, Susan. The Lighter Side of Bay Area Figuration. Kansas City: Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art; San Jose: San Jose Museum of Art, 2000.

Lauria, Jo. Color and Fire: Defining Moments in Studio Ceramics, 1950-2000, edited by Margaret Gray. Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 2000.

1999 Burgard, Timothy Anglin. The Art of Craft: Contemporary Works from the Saxe Collection. San Francisco: Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, 1999.

1998 Born of Clay: The Ceramic Figure Since 1920. New York: Garth Clark Gallery, 1998.

Clark, Garth and Suzanne Foley. A Fire For Ceramics: Contemporary Art from the Daniel Jacobs and Derek Mason Collection. Richmond: Hand Workshop Art Center, 1998.

Jana, Reena and Patterson Sims. Viola Frey. San Francisco: Rena Bransten Gallery, 1998.

Schlosberg, Carl. “Reflections on 25 Years.” In The 25th Anniversary Exhibition of Carl Schlosberg Fine Arts: Sculpture, Paintings, Prints, and Drawings. Sherman Oaks: Carl Schlosberg Fine Arts, 1998.

1997 Demetrion, James T. The Hirshhorn Collects: Recent Acquisitions 1992-1996. Washington: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, 1997.

Siedell, Daniel A. The Hergenrader Collection of Contemporary Art. Lincoln: Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery and Sculpture Garden, University of Nebraska, 1997.

1996 Curreri, Dyana. From Plastic Form to Printer’s Plates: 16 Contemporary Sculptor/Printmakers. Kansas City: ExhibitsUSA; Bellingham: Western Washington University, 1996.

Shaw, Reesey and John Welchman. Narcissism: Artists Reflect Themselves. Escondido: California Center for the Arts Museum, 1996.

1995 Kangas, Matthew. Breaking Barriers: Recent American Craft. New York: American Craft Museum, 1995.

Rubinstein, Charlotte Streifer. In Three Dimensions: Women Sculptors of the ’90s. Staten Island: Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art, 1995.

Viola Frey: Arguments. San Francisco: Rena Bransten Gallery, December 1995.

Steinberg, Linda, et al. Light Interpretations: A Hanukah Menorah Invitational. San Francisco: Jewish Museum, 1995.

1994 Bransten, Patricia and James Harris. Viola Frey. San Francisco: Rena Bransten Gallery, May 1994.

Hartman, Bruce. Contemporary American Ceramics: From the Dean Thompson Collection. Overland Park: Johnson County Community College Gallery of Art, 1994.

Kuspit, Donald. Viola Frey: Plates 1968-1994. New York: Nancy Hoffman Gallery, 1994.

Linhares, Philip and Rene di Rosa. Here and Now: Bay Area Masterworks from the di Rosa Collection. Oakland: Oakland Museum, 1994.

MacNaughton, Mary Davis and Kay Koeninger. Revolution in Clay: The Marer Collection of Contemporary Ceramics. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1994.

The Women’s Mentor Show. San Francisco: San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery, 1994.

1993 Herman, Lloyd E. and Matthew Kangas. Tales and Traditions: Storytelling in the 20th Century American Craft. St. Louis: Craft Alliance, 1993.

Mayfield, Signe. From the Fire, three exhibitions in clay: incendiary spirits. Palo Alto: Palo Alto Art Center, 1993.

Steadman, David W. and Davira S. Taragin. Contemporary Crafts and the Saxe Collection. Toledo: Toledo Museum of Art, 1993.

Trapp, Kenneth and Carole Austin. Nine Decades: The Northern California Craft Movement 1907 to Present. San Francisco: San Francisco Craft & Folk Art Museum, 1993.

1992 Chadwick, Whitney. Viola Frey. Fresno: Fresno Art Museum, May 1992.

Hartman, Bruce. The Figure: Two Bay Area Artists, Christopher Brown and Viola Frey. Overland Park: Johnson County Community College Gallery of Art, 1992.

Manhart, Marcia Y. Objects and Drawings from the Sanford M. and Diane Besser Collection. Little Rock: Arkansas Art Center, 1992.

Viola Frey: Wallpaper & Ceramic Figure / Jim Melchert: Taking the Heat. Philadelphia: The Fabric Workshop, 1992.

1991 Clark, Garth. The New Bronze Age. Pittsburgh: The Society for Contemporary Crafts, 1991.

Diverse Directions. San Francisco: Judy Kay and Associates, 1991.

Levin, Elaine and Rudy H. Turk. Selections from the Collection of Stéphane Janssen and Michael Johns. Tempe: University Art Museum, Arizona State University, 1991.

Reisman, Richard and Rob Wilson. The di Rosa Collection. Redding: Redding Museum of Art and History, 1991.

Smith Collects Contemporary. Northampton: Smith College Museum of Art, 1991.

Tomidy, Paul. De-Persona. Oakland: Oakland Museum of California, 1991.

1990 Harris, Susan and Steven W. Rosen. Walls: Large-Scale Ceramic Sculpture, Eight Variations. Logan: Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art with Publication Design & Production, Utah State University, 1990.

Jones, Harvey and Phil E. Linhares. Oakland’s Artists ’90. Oakland: Oakland Museum, 1990.

Neubert, George. Bay Area Sculptors of the 1960s: Then and Now. San Francisco: Braunstein/Quay Gallery, May 1990.

Thirty Ceramic Sculptors. Davis: Natsoulas Novelozo Gallery, 1990.

American Pop Culture Today Vol. III, edited by USSO Co. Ltd. Tokyo: Seibundo Shinkosha Publishing Co., 1990.

Viola Frey. San Francisco: Rena Bransten Gallery, April 1990.

Wolfe, Townsend and Dan W. Morris. National Drawing Invitational. Little Rock: Arkansas Art Center, 1990.

1989 Bell, Robert and Matthew Kangas. Perth International Crafts Triennial. Perth: Art Gallery of Western Australia, 1989.

Chadwick, Dyana. Ceramic Traditions: Figuration. Palo Alto: Palo Alto Art Center, 1989.

Creative Arts League of Sacramento Presents California Crafts XVI: Selections from One Man’s Collection. Sacramento: Creative Arts League with Crocker Art Museum, 1989.

Gedeson, Lucinda. Selections from the Joyce and Jay Cooper Collection. Tempe: Arizona State University Museum, October 1989.

Holo, Selma. Anna Bialobroda, Viola Frey, Robert Indermaur. Los Angeles: Fisher Gallery, University of Southern California, 1989.

Johnston, Phillip M. Kansas City Collections: Contemporary Ceramics. Kansas City: Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, 1989.

Natsoulas, John. 30 Ceramic Sculptors. Davis: Natsoulas Novelozo Gallery, 1989.

Smith, Paul J. and Edward Lucie-Smith. Craft Today USA. New York: American Craft Council/Museum, 1989.

Wolfe, Townsend. The Figure. Little Rock: Arkansas Art Center, 1989.

1988 Augaitis, Daina and Helga Pakasaar. Heroics: A Critical View. Banff: Walter Phillips Gallery, The Banff Centre, 1988.

FitzGibbons, Ann M. Portraits: Here’s Looking at You. Anchorage: Anchorage Museum of History and Art, 1988.

Matilsky, Barbara C. Classical Myth and Imagery in Contemporary Art. Flushing: Queens Museum, 1988.

Rivera, George. Twelve Artists. Santa Clara: Triton Museum of Art, 1988.

Sims, Patterson. The Figure as Subject: The Revival of Figuration Since 1975. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1988.

Just Like A Woman. Greenville: Greenville County Museum of Art, 1988.

1987 Caswell, James and Madeleine Deschamps. Quatre Américains à la Manufacture de Sèvres. Paris: American Center, 1987.

Halper, Vicki. Clay Revisions: Plate, Cup, Vase. Seattle: Seattle Art Museum, 1987.

Hough, Katherine Plake and Michael Zakian. California Figurative Sculpture. Palm Springs: Palm Springs Desert Museum, 1987.

Kuchta, Ronald and Barbara Perry. American Ceramics Now. Syracuse: Everson Museum of Art, 1987.

Manhart, Marcia and Tom Manhart. The Eloquent Object: The Evolution of American Art in Craft Media Since 1945, edited by Carol Haralson. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1987.

Morrin, Peter and Alfred Shands. What’s New? American Ceramics since 1980, The Alfred and Mary Shands Collection. Louisville: The JBSpeed Art Museum, 1987.

Contemporary Ceramics from the Smits Collection. Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1987.

1986 Ayers, Anne. 2nd Newport Biennial: The Bay Area. Newport Beach: Newport Harbor Art Museum, 1986.

Hays, Johanna and Bob L. Nugent. Sculptors’ Drawings, edited by Elizabeth Partch. Moscow: University of Idaho; Rohnert Park: Sonoma State University, 1986.

Knight, Gregory G. and Diane M. Douglas. Material and Metaphor: Contemporary American Ceramic Sculpture, edited by Constance J. Gordon. Chicago: Chicago Office of Fine Arts, 1986.

Smith, Paul J. and Edward Lucie-Smith. Craft Today: Poetry of the Physical. New York: American Craft Council/Museum, 1986.

Clark, Garth and Oliver Watson. American Potters Today. London: Victoria and Albert Museum, 1986.

1985 Corbett, Hoyt. Recent Ceramic Sculpture. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Art Museum, 1985.

Ebeling, Betty Ball and Nancy Shaw Palmer. American Clay Artists: Philadelphia ’85. Philadelphia: The Clay Studio, 1985.

McTwigen, Michael. In the Eye of the Beholder: A Portrait of Our Time. New Paltz: College Art Gallery, The College at New Paltz, 1985.

Schmidt, James. Surface, Function, Shape: Selections from the Earl Millard Collection. Edwardsville: Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, 1985.

1984 American Sculpture: Three Decades. Seattle: Seattle Art Museum, 1984.

Belloli, Jay. Contemporary Ceramic Vessels: Two Los Angeles Collections. Pasadena: Baxter Art Gallery, California Institute of Technology, 1984.

Bledsoe, Jane K. and Gloria B. Skovronsky. Figurative Sculpture: Ten Artists/Two Decades, edited by Constance W. Glenn. Long Beach: CSU Long Beach, 1984.

Fairbanks, Jonathan L. and Kenworth W. Moffett. Directions in Contemporary American Ceramics. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1984.

Figurative Artists: Ten Artists/Two Decades. Long Beach: University Art Gallery, CSU Long Beach, March/April 1984.

Friedrich, Maria and Eleanor Lazarus. A Passionate Vision: Contemporary Ceramics from the Daniel Jacobs Collection. Lincoln: DeCordova Museum, 1984.

McDonald, Robert and Robert Fitzpatrick. Art of the States: Works from a Santa Barbara Collection. Santa Barbara: Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1984.

Schmidt, James Ropiequet. Platters and Related Forms. Edwardsville: Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, 1984.

Sims, Patterson and Elsa Weiner Longhauser. It's All Part of the Clay: Viola Frey. Philadelphia: Moore College of Art, 1984.

Sims, Patterson. Viola Frey. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1984.

1983 Bell, Michael S. and Harry X. Ford. CCAC: 75 Years. San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 1983.

Butterfield, Jan. Viola Frey: Paintings, Sculptures, Drawings. San Francisco: Quay Gallery, 1983.

Clark, Garth. Ceramic Echoes: Historical References in Contemporary Ceramics. Kansas City: Contemporary Art Society with Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, 1983.

Contemporary Clay Sculpture: Selections from the Daniel Jacobs Collection. Huntington: Heckscher Museum, 1983.

Subler, Craig Allen and Elizabeth Kirsch. A Personal View: Selections from the Joan Mannheimer Ceramic Collection. Kansas City: University of Missouri, Kansas City, 1983.

Wechsler, Susan and Judy K. Collischan Van Wagner. The Raw Edge: Ceramics of the ’80s. Greenvale: C.W. Post Center, Long Island Unviersity, 1983.

1982 Bransten, Rena and Viola Frey. Viola Frey Figures. Fullerton: CSU Fullerton, 1982.

Cowart, Jack. “Currents: Viola Frey.” Currents. St. Louis: St. Louis Art Museum, 1982.

Foley, Suzanne and Sherri Warner. Pacific Currents/Ceramics 1982. San Jose: San Jose Museum of Art, 1982.

Jones, Mady. Figurative Clay Sculpture: Northern California. San Francisco: Quay Gallery, 1982.

Lang, Ron. Clay Bodies: Autio, DeStaebler, Frey. Baltimore: Maryland Institute, College of Art, 1982.

Nakamura, Kimpei. Art and/or Craft; USA and Japan. Kanazawa City, Japan: Hokuriku Broadcasting Co., Ltd., 1982.

Orr-Cahall, Christina. 100 Years of California Sculpture. Oakland: Oakland Museum of California, 1982.

1981 Clark, Garth. Viola Frey. Sacramento: Creative Arts League of Sacramento, 1981.

Monroe, Michael W. The Animal Image: Contemporary Objects and the Beast. Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1981.

1980 Dillingham, Rick. The Vessel. Dallas: Delahunty Gallery, 1980.

1979 Amerson, Price. Large Scale Ceramic Sculpture. Davis: Richard L. Nelson Gallery, UC Davis, 1979.

Clark, Garth and Margie Hughto. A Century of Ceramics in the United States: 1878-1978. New York: E.P. Dutton, 1979.

Levin, Elaine. West Coast Clay Spectrum. Los Angeles: Security Pacific Bank, 1979.

Tvrdik, Valerie. The Unpainted Portrait: Contemporary Portraiture in Nontraditional Media. Shaboygan: John Michael Kohler Arts Center, 1979.

Worth, Carl. Spaces. Walnut Creek: Walnut Creek Civic Arts Gallery, 1979.

1977 Clark, Garth and Dextra Frankel. Overglaze Imagery: Cone 019-016. Fullerton: CSU Fullerton, 1977.

Patterson, David. A Teapot Show. El Camino: El Camino College Art Gallery, 1977.

Szymanski, Jerry D. and Erik Gronborg. Viewpoint: Ceramics 1977. El Cajon: Grossmont College, 1977.

1974 Smith, Paul J. and Mimi Pichey. Baroque ’74. New York: American Crafts Council, 1974.

1973 California Crafts 1973 Invitational. Sacramento: Creative Arts League of Sacramento, 1973.

Hickman, Ronald D. Media Survey 73. San Diego: Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego, 1973.

Coke, Van Deren. Invitational Craft Exhibition. Albuquerque: University Art Museum, University of New Mexico, c. 1973.

1971 Lovera, James. Ceramic Statement 1971. San Francisco: Association of San Francisco Potters with M.H. de Young Memorial Museum, 1971.

Moore, Eudorah M. California Design 11. Pasadena: Pasadena Art Museum, 1971.

1968 Steward, Daniel H. Media 68. Walnut Creek: Civic Arts Center with Civic Arts Comission, 1968.

Sullivan, Max W. and Ruth S. Wilkins. 25th Ceramic National Exhibition. Syracuse: Everson Museum of Art, November 1968.

1966 21st Exhibition: Association of San Francisco Potters. San Francisco: Association of San Francisco Potters with M.H. de Young Museum, 1966.

1965 California Crafts IV 1965 Invitational. Sacramento: Creative Arts League, 1965.

One Score: 20th Anniversary Exhibition. San Francisco: Association of San Francisco Potters with M.H. de Young Museum, 1965.

Smith, Paul J. Collector: Object / Environment. New York: American Craft Council, 1965.

1963 Smith, Paul J. and Sam Richardson. Emergence: Student - Craftsmen. New York: Museum of Contemporary Crafts with American Craftsmen’s Council, 1963.

Stone Forms: Association of San Francisco Potters 12th Exhibition. San Francisco: Association of San Francisco Potters, 1963.

1962 Campbell, David R. 22nd Ceramic National Exhibition. Syracuse: Everson Museum of Art, 1962.

Campbell, David R. Young Americans 1962. New York: Museum of Contemporary Crafts and American Craftsmen’s Council, 1962.

1961 Bray, Hazel. First California Craftsmen’s Exhibition. Oakland: Oakland Art Museum, July 1961.

California Crafts II. Sacramento: Creative Arts League of Sacramento, 1961.

California State Fair and Exposition 1961. Sacramento: California State Fair Art Committee, 1961.

Campbell, David R. Contemporary Craftsmen of the Far West. New York: Museum of Contemporary Crafts, 1961.

Frith, Donald E. American Crafts: New Talent. Champagne: Krannert Art Museum, c. 1961.

1954 The Thirteenth Annual Pacific Coast Ceramic Exhibition. San Francisco: The Rotunda Gallery, City of Paris, 1954.