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Albright, Thomas. Art in the San Francisco Bay Area, 1945-1980. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1985. P. 266. ISBN 0-520-05193-9. -- ISBN 0-520-05518-7 (pbk.)

Bullis, Douglas. 100 Artists of the West Coast. Atglen, Pennsylvania: Schiffer Publishing Ltd, 2003. Pp. 76-77. ISBN 0-7643-1931-0.

Byrne, Chris. The Original Print. Madison, Wisconsin: Guild Publishing, 2002. P. 6. ISBN 1-893164-14-4.

Carnwath, Squeak. Squeak Carnwath: Lists, Observations & Counting. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1996, ISBN 0-8118-1220-0. -- ISBN 0-8118-1171-9 (pbk.)

Carnwath, Squeak. Horizon on Fire: Works on Paper 1979-2013. Berkeley: Kelly's Cove Press, 2014, ISBN 978-0-9891664-2-3 (pbk.)

di Rosa, Rene. Local Color: The di Rosa Collection of Contemporary Art. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1999. Pp. 68-69, ISBN 08118-2376-8. -- ISBN 08118-2377-10 (pbk.)

Dustin Wall Moure, Nancy. California Art: 450 Years Of Painting & Other Media. Los Angeles: Dustin Publications, 1998. P. 517. ISBN 0-9614622-4-8. -- ISBN 0-9614622-5-6 (pbk.)

Gamblin, Noriko. "Squeak Carnwath", in Noriko Gamblin and Karen Jacobson, ed., Flintridge Foundation Awards for Visual Artists. Pasadena, California: Flintridge Foundation, 2002. Pp. 12-15. ISBN 0-9664721-2-8.

Held Audette, Anna. "24-Hour Drawing," in Anna Held Audette, ed., 100 Creative Drawing Ideas. Boston & London: Shambhala, 2004. Pp. 102-103. ISBN 1-59030-105-6.

Johnstone, Mark and Leslie Aboud Holzman. Epicenter San Francisco Bay Area Art Now. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 2002. Pp. 34-39. ISBN 0-8118-3541-3.

Landauer, Susan. Selections, The San Jose Museum of Art Permanent Collection. San Jose, California: The San Jose Museum of Art, 2004. Pp. 50-51. ISBN 0-938175-33-5.

Nugent, Bob. Foreword by Donald Kuspit. Imagery Art for Wine. San Francisco: The Wine Appreciation Guild, 2006. Pp. 36-37. ISBN 1-891267-92-2.

Rosenberg, Randy Jayne, et al. The Missing Peace Artists & the Dalai Lama. San Rafael, California: Earth Aware, 2006. Pp. 144-145, 164. ISBN 1-932771-92-1. (Tokyo 2008 edition in Japanese.)

Tsujimoto, Karen. "Artistic Harvest," in Abby Wasserman, ed., The Spirit of Oakland. Carlsbad, CA: Heritage Media Corp., 2000. P. 55. ISBN 1-886-483-36-1.

Tsujimoto, Karen and John Yau. Squeak Carnwath: Painting is No Ordinary Object. Petaluma, CA: Pomegranate and Oakland, CA: Oakland Museum of California, 2009. ISBN 978-0-7649-4888-6. -- ISBN 978-0-7649-4917-3 (pbk.)

Walrod, Anne. "Squeak Carnwath," in Moira Roth, ed., Connecting Conversations, Interviews with 28 Bay Area Women Artists. Eucalyptus Press, Mills College, 1988. Pp. 22-28.

Whittaker, Richard. "Squeak Carnwath," in The Conversations Interviews with Sixteen Contemporary Artists. Whale and Star, 2007. Pp. 36-47. ISBN 978-0-9673608-8-1.

Catalogues & Brochures

Allene Lapides Gallery. Squeak Carnwath: Selections From The Studio. Essay by Douglas Maxwell. Santa Fe: Allene Lapides Gallery, 2002. 9 color plates.

Anderson Gallery of Graphic Art. Celebrating a Centennial: Contemporary Printmakers at CCA. Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, de Young, 2007. 1 color plate, p. 3.

Anderson Ranch Arts Center. ARAC @ AAM: Anderson Ranch Arts Center At The Aspen Art Museum. Introduction by Hunter O'Hanian. Aspen, CO, 2008. 1 color plate, p. 7.

Art In Embassies Program. The Art In Embassies Exhibition For The Residence Of The United States Ambassador To Luxembourg. Introduction by James C. Hormel, United States Ambassador to Luxembourg. N.D. (circa 2000). 1 color plate, p. 3.

Bank of America. Equations: The Paintings of Squeak Carnwath. Essay by Leah Levy. San Francisco, CA: Plaza Gallery, 1995. 2 color plates.

Bank of America. Women in Print: Recent Prints by Women Artists. Essay by Bonnie Earls-Solari. San Francisco, CA, 1998. 1 color plate, p. 3.

Bedford Gallery at the Lesher Center for the Arts. Story Painters. Statement by Curator Carrie Lederer. Walnut Creek, CA, 2010. 5 color plates, pp. 4-8.

California College of the Arts. Artists of Invention A Century of CCA. San Francisco, CA, 2007. 1 color plate, p. 64. ISBN 978-0-97535-7.

California Museum of Art. Squeak Carnwath: Seeing in the Dark. Essay by Gay Shelton. Santa Rosa, CA: Luther Burbank Center for the Arts, 1998. 6 black & white plates.

Carrie Secrist Gallery. Bluer. Chicago: Carrie Secrist Gallery, 2000. 1 color plate, p. 52.

David Beitzel Gallery. Squeak Carnwath. Essay by Maria Porges. New York: David Beitzel Gallery, 1998. 8 color plates.

di Rosa Preserve: Art & Nature. The True Artist is an Amazing Luminous Fountain, Selected Works from the di Rosa Preserve: Art & Nature. Essay by Jack Rasmussen. Napa, CA: di Rosa Preserve: Art & Nature, 2004. 1 color plate, p. 36.

Dorothy Goldeen Gallery. Squeak Carnwath. Essay by Mark Levy. Santa Monica: Dorothy Goldeen Gallery, 1991. 8 color plates and 3 black & white plates.

Dorothy Goldeen Gallery. Squeak Carnwath: Inside Thought. Essay by Leah Levy. Santa Monica: Dorothy Goldeen Gallery, 1995. 4 color plates and 3 black & white plates.

Ewing Gallery of Art and Architecture at University of Tennessee. Multiple X Multiple: A Survey of Contemporary Print Media. Essays by University of Tennessee, Knoxville graduate students, 2009. 1 color plate, p. 5.

Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. Bay Area Art: From the Morgan Flagg Collection. Essay by Timothy Anglin Burgard. San Francisco: Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, 1997. 1 color plate, p. 20.

Hallie Ford Museum of Art at Willamette University. Women's Work: Contemporary Women Printmakers from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and his Family Foundations. Essay by Robin Reisenfeld, 2007. 1 color plate p. 4.

Hearts in San Francisco. Hearts in San Francisco. Essay by Alyson Kuhn. San Francisco: Hearts of San Francisco, 2004. 1 color plate p. 51. ISBN: 0-9763989-0-7.

Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. Evolving Forms/Emerging Faces, 1997. 1 black & white plate, p. 26.

John Berggruen Gallery. Squeak Carnwath: Recent Paintings. San Francisco: John Berggruen Gallery, 1991. 8 color plates.

John Berggruen Gallery. Squeak Carnwath. San Francisco: John Berggruen Gallery, 1994. 12 color plates.

John Berggruen Gallery. Squeak Carnwath: Relative. Essay by Jamie Brunson, San Francisco: John Berggruen Gallery, 1997. 16 color plates.

John Berggruen Gallery. Squeak Carnwath: Undraped Human Being. Essay by Pauline Shaver, San Francisco: John Berggruen Gallery, 1998. 12 color plates.

John Berggruen Gallery. Squeak Carnwath: Life Line. Squeak Carnwath in Conversation with Richard Whittaker, San Francisco: John Berggruen Gallery, 2001. 11 color plates.

John Berggruen Gallery. Squeak Carnwath: Paper Trail. San Francisco: John Berggruen Gallery, 2003. 5 color plates.

Kenyon College Olin Art Gallery. Squeak Carnwath Being Human: Paintings & Prints, 1998-2004. Essay by Dan Younger,Gambier, OH, 2004. 4 color plates.

National Academy Museum & School of Fine Arts. The 183rd Annual: An Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary American Art. New York, NY, 2008. 1 color plate, p. 29.

Nevada Art Museum. The Art of Collaborative Printmaking: Smith Andersen Editions. Essays by Diane Deming, Hilarie Faberman, Steven High, Paula Z. Kirkeby, Reno: Nevada Art Museum, 1998. 1 color plate p. 8.

Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art. Squeak Carnwath: The Am-ness of Things. Essay by Juan Rodriguez, Lake Worth: Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art, 1999. 8 color plates.

Palo Alto Art Center. By Design: Art & Wine, The Benziger Imagery Series. Essay by Signe Mayfield, Palo Alto, 1999.

Richmond Art Center. Bay Area Drawing: B.A.D. at R.A.C. Essay by Robert Tomlinson, Richmond: Richmond Art Center, 1987. 1 black & white plate, p.9.

Richmond Memorial Civic Center. Revitalization Project Public Art Program: Interior Fine Art Collection. 2009. 1 color plate, p. 70.

Robert Mondavi Winery. UC Davis Artists from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and his Family Foundation. Essay by Renny Pritikin, Napa, CA, 2008. 1 color plate, p. 2.

San Francisco Art Institute in association with A. T. Kearney's Vision Program. Material Transformation. Spring 2000. Pp. 22 - 23; 1 color plate, p.22.

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. SECA Art Award 1980. Sponsored by Society for the Encouragement of Contemporary Art (SECA) of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 1980. Pp. 4 - 7.

San Jose Museum of Art. Into The 21st Century. Essays by Cathy Kimball, Patricia Hicks, and Karen Kienzle, San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA, 1999. 1 color plate, p.21.

San Jose Museum of Art. First Impressions: The Paulson Press. Essay by Susan Landauer, Chief Curator, San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA, 2001. 1 color plate, cover.

Scripps College. Reading Meaning: Word and Symbol in the Art of Squeak Carnwath, Lesley Dill, Leslie Enders Lee, and Anne Siems. Essay by Margaret Mathews-Berenson, Guest Curator, Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, Scripps College, Claremont, CA, 2004. 4 color plates, pp. 36-40.

Sheppard Pratt. Art from The Collection of Sheppard Pratt. Introduction by Diana L. Ramsay, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Sheppard Pratt Health System, Towson, MD, 2005. 1 color plate, p.21.

Stanford University Museum of Art. Hine Editions / Limestone Press The Archive at the Stanford University Museum of Art. Essay by Hilarie Faberman, Robert M. and Ruth L. Halperin Curator of Contemporary Art, Stanford University Museum of Art, Stanford, CA, 1994, pp. 27-29. ISBN: 0-937931-03-8.

Sweeney Art Gallery. Squeak Carnwath: Selected Works. Essay by Karen Rapp, Assistant Director, Sweeney Art Gallery, University of California, Riverside, 2000. 5 color plates.

The Chrysler Museum. Squeak Carnwath. Essay by Trinkett Clark, The Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, VA, 1994. 5 color plates.

The Oakland Museum. Here and Now: Bay Area Masterworks From The di Rosa Collections. Essay by Philip Linhares, Chief Curator of Art, The Oakland Museum, Oakland, CA, 1994. 1 color plate, pp. 16-17.

University Art Gallery. Squeak Carnwath: Eden In The Studio. Essay by Nina Zagaris, University Art Gallery, California State University, Stanislaus, Turlock, CA, 1995. 4 color plates.

Vermont Studio Center Press. A Catalog Of Prints Created By Distinguished Artists at Vermont Studio Center. Johnson, VT, 2000. 1 color plate, p. 7.

UVA/Fayerweather Gallery. Squeak Carnwath/selected paintings. Essay by R. Young, McIntire Department of Art, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, 2001. 3 color plates.

Selected Articles, Essays & Reviews

Ahlander, Leslie Judd. "Abstract Ideas and Landscapes Populate the Galleries." The Miami News, December 18, 1987.

Albers, Patricia. "Deeper by the Dozen." San Jose Metro, October 6-12, 1988.

Albright, Thomas. "Arts Festival Pizza and Quiche." San Francisco Chronicle, June 25, 1983, p. 35.

______. "Emerging, Diverging and Submerging at Oakland Museum." San Francisco Chronicle, October 26, 1982, p. 40.

______. "Imagism and a New Look." San Francisco Chronicle, March 8, 1982, p. 40.

______. "Landscapes & Figures: Distant from Reality." San Francisco Chronicle, July 17, 1984, pp. 12-13.

______. "Modest Magic, Conventionalized Personalism." San Francisco Chronicle, September 1, 1980, p. 41.

Allman, Paul. "Art Who?" New Vistas, February 15, 1975.

Amirrezvani, Anita. "Feat On The Ground: Giant artworks are helping create welcoming identity at San Francisco Airport." San Jose Mercury News, July 31, 2000, p. E-1.

Anderson, Roger. "Oaklandish Art." East Bay Express, June 22, 1990.

Annas, Teresa. "Art." The Virginia-Pilot and The Ledger-Star, January 16, 1994, p. G12.

Armitage, Diane. " Critical Reflections, 'Squeak Carnwath: Selections From The Studio'." THE—Santa Fe's Monthly Magazine of the Arts, November 2002, vol. X, no. IV, p. 38.

______. "Y Draw". THE—Santa Fe's Monthly Magazine of the Arts, May 2005, p. 37.

"Art at UCD." UC Davis Magazine, Summer 1988.

"Art Throb." Urbanview, May 22, 2002, pp. 14-15.

"Artists Paint Own Views of California." The Anchorage Times, September 22, 1985.

Artner, Alan G. "Carnwath's Canvases Reflect Classic Looks at Domestic Life." Chicago Tribune, Friday, March 8, 1985, p. 38.

"Awards, 'Flintridge Foundation Awards for Visual Artists'." Art in America, March 2002.

Baker, Kenneth. "Carnwath's Memories Release Rich Abstraction." San Francisco Chronicle, November 7, 1998, p. E1.

______. "Celebrating Art's Generations." San Francisco Chronicle, Sept. 25, 1996, pp. E1 & E5.

______."Childhood Whimsy in 'Mouse' Art." San Francisco Chronicle, September 17, 1988.

______."Flintridge Awards". San Francisco Chronicle, December 11, 2001.

______."Looking Ahead 2009 Squeak Carnwath: Painting is No Ordinary Object". San Francisco Chronicle, January 4, 2009, Datebook, p. 18.

______. "Squeak Carnwath's Interplay of Words and Images." San Francisco Chronicle, September 11, 1991, p. E2.

______. "Squeak Carnwath Roars at Berggruen." San Francisco Chronicle, Sept. 21, 1989, p. E5.

______. "Terminal's Art Has Its Ups and Downs." San Francisco Chronicle, July 27, 2000, pp. E1 & E5.

Balken, Debra Bricker. "Squeak Carnwath at LedisFlam." Art in America, Feb. 1994, pp. 103-104.

Baumgardner, Jennifer. "Arts Watch, Squeak Carnwath: Lists, Observations, and Counting." Ms Magazine, July/August 1996, p. 79

"Bay Area Drawings". San Jose Mercury News, November 18, 2001.

Beeler, Monique. "Word lists, color, questions mark 'Still Happy' show." The Argus, May 31, 2002, p. 26.

Bell, J. Bowyer. "Squeak Carnwath at David Beitzel Gallery." Review: The Critical State Of Visual Art In New York, February 1, 1998, pp. 28-29.

Boettger, Suzaan. "From the Sunny Side: Six East Bay Artists." Artforum, January 1983, pp. 82-83.

______. "The Human Condition: Biennial III, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art." Artforum, October 1984, pp. 96-97.

______. "The Impolite Figure." Artforum, October 1983, p. 81.

Bonetti, David. "Art That Soars: Architecture Of SFO's New International Terminal ." San Francisco Examiner, October 8, 2000, p. D-7.

______."Critic's Picks: Art." San Francisco Chronicle, May 25, 2001, p. C-1.

______. "Exhibitions focus on artists' visions of '70s." San Francisco Examiner, September 16, 1994, pp. D8-D9.

______."Three S.F. Artists In Their Prime." San Francisco Examiner, Oct. 29, 1998, pp. C-1- C6.

Bouras, Harry. "Carnwath at van Straaten Gallery." WFMT, Chicago, October 17, 1986.

Bourbon, Matthew. "Squeak Carnwath at David Beitzel." New York Arts Magazine, May, 2000, 2 black and white plates, p. 39.

Boxer, Sarah. "Cattle Are Standin' Like Statues." The New York Times, July 12, 2000, p. B-1

Brenson, Michael. "How the Myths and Violence of the West Inspire Its Artists." The New York Times, June 15, 1986.

Breslin, Ramsay Bell. "Those Who Forgot Her Story." East Bay Express, February 8, 1991, p. 30.

Brookman, Donna. "A Bay Area Diversity." Artweek, October 15 , 1988.

Brown, Betty Ann. "Songs of the Bees." Artweek, March 11, 1989, p. 5.

Brunson, Jamie. "Squeak Carnwath: Seeing in the Dark." ArtMuse, Summer 1998, Vol. 3, Issue 4.

Brzezinski, Jamey. "Enigmatic Extremities: Squeak Carnwath at John Berggruen Gallery." Artweek, September 26, 1991, p. 11.

Burkhart, Dorothy. "Feminine Statements." San Jose Mercury News, October 14, 1988.

______. "Hot Wax, An Unusual Medium Proves Mostly Seductive." San Jose Mercury News, March 6, 1992.

______. "Promising Futures." San Jose Mercury News, July 17, 1988.

Burstein, Joanne. "From the Sunny Side: Six East Bay Artists." Artweek, Oct. 23, 1982, p. 1.

Butterfield, David. "National Recognition for Alameda Artist." Alameda Times-Star, November 10, 1990, p. 3.

Camper, Fred. "On Exhibit: Art Chicago 2002's Free Thinkers." Chicago Reader, May 10, 2002, Vol. 31, No. 32, Section One, p. 34.

"Carnwath Exhibition." Ceramics Monthly, February 1978, pp. 83-85.

Cash, Stephanie. "Report from San Francisco, Surviving and Thriving". Art in America, November 2002, pp. 58-69.

"CCAC Graduates Have Forged Careers in the Arts." Creating an Arts Career: California College of Arts & Crafts, 1984, pp. 4-5.

Cebulski, Frank. "Ghosts, Textures and Sound." Artweek, September 20, 1980, p. 3.

Chute, James. "Creating a Life by Creating Art: Squeak Carnwath in Residence at Lux Art Institute." San Diego Union Tribune, June 27, 2015.

Cohn, Abby. "Bedford Gallery Goes for the Gold With the Illuminating Show ‘Yellow'." San Francisco Chronicle, February 18, 2000, black and white plate, cc 4.

______. "Celebrating The Spirit Of Yellow." San Francisco Chronicle, March 24, 2000, pp. EB1 - 2.

Coleman, Sarah. "Squeak Carnwath: Through November 14, John Berggruen Gallery." San Francisco Bay Guardian, October 28, 1998, p. 101.

Collins, Tom. "Restorative, Life-Generating Power of Art Returns with Dwight Hackett Exhibit." Albuquerque Journal, April 15, 2005, pp. S1 & S8.

Cook, Katherine. "Language Into Image, The Painted Word at Richmond Art Center." Artweek, September 6, 1990.

Cooke, Ronnie & Holly Pollard. "I Left My Art in San Francisco." Details, April 1990, p. 151.

Corbett, William. "Squeak Carnwath: Off the Record." Artscope Magazine, November/December 2006, p. 16.

Cotter, Holland. "Art in Review: Squeak Carnwath at LedisFlam Gallery." The New York Times, September 17, 1993, p. C18.

"Current Holdings: Bay Area Drawings". San Jose Magazine, December 2001, p. 61.

Curtis, Cathy. "Looking for Romance." Artweek, March 3, 1984, pp. 5 - 6.

Cutajar, Mario. "Squeak Carnwath." ArtScene, Vol. 12, No. 4, December 1992, p. 18.

da Silva, Analucia. "Squeak Carnwath and Viola Frey Have Contributed To Oakland's Art Tradition." The Oakland Tribune, January 1, 2000, p. CUE-8.

Davis, Kathryn. "Art Beat." Journal Santa Fe, April 1, 2005, p. S5.

Degener, Patricia. "Exhibits at Three Galleries." St. Louis Post-Dispatch, June 22, 1983, p. D7.

Diehl, Carol. "Squeak Carnwath at LedisFlam." ARTnews, December 1993, pp. 133 - 132.

Dietsch, Deborah K. "Works With Words." Sun Sentinel, South Florida, April 11, 1999, p. 3D.

Dryness, Christina. "The Lines Are Drawn." West County Times, October 10, 1996, pp. 1-2F.

Eaton, Kate Regan. "Work/Live: They Work and Live Together." Oakland Artscape, Fall/Winter 1992, p. 5.

Edelman, Robert G. "Squeak Carnwath." Art Press, November 1993, p. 85.

Engelfried, Sally. "Painter Squeak Carnwath Speaks up about Art, Feminism, and Real Time." 510 Magazine, Issue 3, December 1994, pp. 35-36.

Enholm, Molly. "The Miracle Mile."Art Ltd., January/February 2010, pp. S9 - S10.

"Exhibition Preview". THE—Santa Fe's Monthly Magazine of the Arts, October 2002, vol. X, no. III, p. 1 and 38.

Farr, Sheila. "A & E Briefs, 'Three State Artists Win $25,000 Grants'." Seattle Times, December 6, 2001.

Fischer, Jack. "Tracing Artists' Paths—Palo Alto Exhibit Reviews 50 Years of Bay Area Drawings". San Jose Mercury News, December 2, 2001, p. 13e.

"Flintridge Foundation Awards for Visual Artists". Artweek, April 2002, vol. 33, issue 3.

"Flintridge Foundation Names Award Winners". Artweek, February 2002.

Fowler, Carol. "Some Objects Larger Than Life in Hearst Gallery Exhibition." Contra Costa Times, March 26, 1984, p. A11.

Frankel, David. "Squeak Carnwath at David Beitzel Gallery." Artforum, October 1996, p.116.

Frankenstein, Alfred. "Serene and Mystic Art Works." San Francisco Chronicle, November 17, 1978, p. 68.

Frock, Christian L. "Under the Radar: Squeak Carnwath." Art Ltd., May/June, 2009, p. 44.

Galeone, Lorenza. "New York." Juliet Art Magazine, Issue #87, April/May, 1998, p.71.

"Galleries Downtown: Squeak Carnwath," The New Yorker, n.s. (February 16, 1998), p. 21.

Garrison, Jayne. "When Slums Get Hip, Artists Move On—or Buy." San Francisco Examiner, 1985.

Goodman, Jonathan. "Squeak Carnwath at David Beitzel." Art in America, December 2000, p. 125.

Graves, Jen. "Puget Sound Artists Among Recipients of $25,000 Grants". News Tribune, Tacoma, WA, December 9, 2001.

Green, Roger. "Dollars, Cowboys and Liberty at CAC." New Orleans Times Picayune, November 14, 1986.

Gurewitsch, Matthew. "A New Wing for the Norton Museum". The Wall Street Journal, Leisure & Arts, April 17, 2003, p. D8.

Hall, Christopher. "Where 'Art' Has Met 'Craft' for 100 Years." The New York Times, November 11, 2007.

Hamlin, Jessie. "Art Uncorked." San Francisco Chronicle, November 25, 2000, p. B1 and B8, colorplate B1.

______. "Connecting Art With People." San Francisco Chronicle, Sept., 24, 1998, p. E1 and E4.

______. "Local art community offers up long, diverse wish list." San Francisco Chronicle, Sunday Datebook, July 28, 2002, p. 44.

______. "Milking Art For All Its Worth." San Francisco Chronicle, June 24, 2000, p. B1 and B4.

______. "The Art of Exposure, Collectors and novices rub elbows at the San Francisco International Art Exposition." San Francisco Chronicle, September 16, 2000, p. B1 and B10.

Heitz, Jenny. "A Woman's Place Is in the Studio." City on a Hill, October 13, 1988.

Henry, Gerrit. "Squeak Carnwath at Shea & Beker." Art in America, October 1990, pp. 211- 212.

Hirsch, Faye. "Working Proof: Reviews of Prints, Photographs, and Multiples." On Paper, Vol. 2, No. 2, Nov-Dec 1997.

Hudelson, Mark. "Exploring Nature's Alchemy." The Daily Aztec Weekly Arts & Entertainment, May 2-8, 1990.

Iannaccone, Carmine. Art Issues, January 1996, p. 43.

Istomina, Tatiana. "Squeak Carnwath." Art in America, January 6, 2016.

Johnson, Ken. "Knowing Children." The New York Times, July 10, 1998.

Johnson, Mark M. "Western States Art." Arts & Activities, November 1986.

Jordan, Jim. "Drawn to Richmond." East Bay Express, July 10, 1987.

Kandel, Susan. "L.A. in Review, Squeak Carnwath." Arts Magazine, Summer 1989, p. 104.

Keats, Jonathon. "Magic Marker." San Francisco Magazine, August 2009.

Ketcham, Diane. "Squeak's Free-wheeling Style." Oakland Tribune, September 15, 1991, p. 11.

Kimball, Cathy. "Weaving Weft and Warp: Tapestries from Magnolia Editions." Art Contemporaries, Summer 2004, Volume 1, Number 2, pp.16-17.

King, Sarah S. "Squeak Carnwath at David Beitzel." Art in America, September 1998, p. 183.

Kirsch, Elisabeth. "The Stories Of Art -- Tales Continued." The Kansas City Star, May 14, 1999, p. 32.

Knaff, Devorah L. "Extraordinary Depictions of Ordinary Things." The Press-Enterprise, November 6, 2000, p. C-12.

Knight, Heather. "Palo Alto Art Center Takes Doodles Out of the Margins." San Francisco Chronicle, November 16,2001.

Kuenstler, Emily. "Squeak Canwath at Paulson Press." Artweek, July/August 2005, Volume 36, Issue 6, p. 17.

Lee, Anthony W. "Squeak Carnwath." Art of California, Spring 1991, pp. 50-54.

Lewis, Sydell. sbawca.org, March 23, 1999.

Levy, Mark. "Squeak Carnwath, Reclaiming Lost Territory." Artspace, January/February 1990, pp. 35 - 39.

Liu, Timothy. "Squeak Carnwath at David Beitzel Gallery." New Art Examiner, September 2000, p. 60.

Lord, Roberta. "Examining the Evidence." New Times, February 27 - March 5, 1997, p. 20.

Loughery, John. "Bay Area Artists, Nancy Hoffman Gallery." Arts Magazine, September 1987.

Lydon, Susan. "Intaglio Printing Creates Unique Works of Art." Oakland Tribune, May 7, 2002, p. 2.

Magnolia Editions, "Works on Paper, 1981-1992." Magnolia Editions, 1992.

Manoogian, Bridget. "Reconstructing Carnwath." Shift X, 1990, pp. 16-18.

Matthews, Lydia. "Stories History Didn't Tell Us." Artweek, February 14, 1991, pp. 15-16.

Maxwell, Douglas F. "Squeak Carnwath at David Beitzel Gallery." Review: The Critical State Of Visual Art In New York, February 1, 1998, pp. 27-28.

Mays, Jon. "ART-to-SFO." The Independent, August 9, 2000, pp. 1A and 5A.

McCloud, John. "Not Boxed In." SF, The Magazine of Design and Style, May 1991, pp. 100-105.

McCloud, Mac. "Patinae and Pentimenti: Paintings as Palimpsests in Santa Monica." Visions Art Quarterly, Spring 1991, p. 36.

McClure, Lissa. "Squeak Carnwath at David Beitzel." Review, June 1996, p. 28.

McDonald, Robert. "Five Young Artists' View of the Human Condition." Los Angeles Times, February 22, 1986.

McGovern, Adam. "Summer Group Show: Prints & Works on Paper: Shea & Beker." Cover, September 1990.

McGreevy, Linda. "Carnwath's Words Muddy the Waters." Portfolio Magazine, February 1, 1994.

______. "Pressing Concerns: Women Artists Extend the Power of Contemporary Printmaking." Ghent, January 1994.

McQuaid, Cate. "Minimalist touch makes the most of everyday materials." The Boston Globe, November 2, 2006, p. Style C9.

Miro, Marsha. "Artists' Paintings Share Childlike Vision." Detroit Free Press, May 24, 1994.

Mochary, Alexandra. "Bay Area Art: Take Another Look." Antiques & Fine Art, November 1987, pp. 71-75.

Morris, Barbara. "Story Painters: Writing New Chapters in Bay Area Narration." Artillery: San Francisco Now, May/June 2010, Vol. 4 Issue 5, p. 28 - 30.

Moyle, Marilyn. "UCD Art Professors Show Their Work in Joint Exhibit." The Davis Enterprise: Weekend, October 14, 1990.

Moyle, Peter B. and Marilyn A. "Fish Imagery in Art." Environmental Biology of Fishes, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Netherlands, 1992.

Murdock, Robert M. "Squeak Carnwath at David Beitzel Gallery." Review: The Critical State Of Visual Art In New York, February 1, 1998, pp. 26-27.

Nadaner, Dan. "What Only Painting Can Do." Artweek, January 25, 1986, p. 3.

Newhall, Edith. "Galleries." New York Magazine, September 13, 1993, pp. 58, 60, 63.

"Nine UC Professors Win." The Oakland Tribune, April 27, 1994, p. A11.

"Notes From the Coast, 'Grants Awarded to West Coast Artists'." Southwest Art, March 2002.

Ollman, Leah. "Wonder of Life Bathes Carnwath's Canvases." Los Angeles Times, May 1990.

Paul, James. "Other Side of the Bay." The Washington Post, February 28, 1986.

Payton, Brenda. "Magnolia Editions of Oakland Gets to the Core of Art." Oakland Tribune, August 18, 2006, Metro pp. 1-2.

Peterson, Diane. "Artist's early drawings offer insight." The Press Democrat, July 26, 1998, p. Q-8.

Pincus, Robert L. "Artist Masters Mix of Visual, Literary." San Diego Union, May 1, 1990.

______. "The Brave and the Foolhardy Wade into Surrealism." San Diego Union, February 27, 1986."Places to Be and Things to See." Ghent, January 1994, p. 32.

Preston, Jane. "Media at Walnut Creek." Artweek, November 24, 1973, p. 5.

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