"A Family of Italian American Artists" by Jody Pinto in The Italian Legacy in Philadelphia: History, Culture, People, and Ideas. Ed. Andrea  Canepari and Judith Goode. Pub. Temple University Press, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2021. pg. 234-237. 

“Cosmos”: the Art and Science of the Universe”. Ed. Roberto J. M. Olson                       and J. M. Pasachoff. Pub.Reaktion Books Ltd. P. 204-205

"Ree Morton: The Plant that Heals May Also Poison”. Ed. Kate Kraczon,                       curator. Pub. Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia. p. 60-61.


"Art in Transit” Pallas Lombardi, Project Manager, Arts-in-Transit. pub.                         Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS).  P. 82-85.

“Off the Wall: American Art to Wear”, ed. Dilys E. Blum, pub. Philadelphia                     Museum of Art and Yale University Press. p. 136 “Hair Shirt”, collection,                         Phila. Museum, of Art.

“Artpark: 1974 – 1984”, Catalogue/Book, ed. Sandra Q. Firmin. Essays.                         Pub. Princeton Architectural Press. Pp. 20, 21, 52, 53.

“The Judith Rothschild Foundation Contemporary Drawing Collection”,                         Catalogue/Book, Essays. Pub. Museum of Modern Art, NY

“Contemporary Crafts”. Imogen Racz. Pub. Berg, Oxford International                           Publishers,New York. Pp. 110-113.

“The Luther Brady Collection”. Ed. Ann Monahan, Picker Art Gallery,                             Colgate University, Hamilton, NY. p.74.

“Healing Natures, Repairing Relationships: New Perspectives on Restoring                   Ecological Spaces and Consciousness”, Robert L. France, pub. Green                           Frigate Books. P. 149-151.

“Creative Time: the Book”. Pub. Princeton Architectural Press.

“Pattern Language”, essays, Judith Hoos Fox, Robin Givhan, Jeff                                   Weinstein. Pub Tufts Univ. cat.

"Bridgescape, the Art of Designing Bridges”, Frederick Gottemoeller, Pub.                     JW Wiley

“Artists Proposals”, Charlotte Area Transit System, Middleton-McMillan                         Gallery, Charlotte, NC

“Designing the World’s Best Public Art”, ed. Garrison Roots, Images Pub.                     Group, Australia.

“With a View Toward the Public: Dayton’s Alternative Spaces Program                           1977-1983”, cat. pub. Wright State Univ. Art Galleries, Dayton, OH.

“BIG” Beach Improvement Group Project, cat. pub. City of Santa                                     Monica/Cultural Affairs Division.                                     

“Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennial 2000”, pub. Art Front Gallery, Tokyo, Japan.

“New Land Marks: public art, community, and the meaning of place”, ed.                       Penny Balkin Bach, Editions Ariel, Grayson, Publishing, p. 16,17.

"Landscape Narratives: Design Practices for Telling Stories," Matthew                           Putteiger & Jamie Purinton. Pub. by John Wiley & Sons, p.145, 146.

“The Private Eye in Public Art,” essay by Joyce Pomeroy Schwartz. La                           Salle Partners at Nations Bank Plaza, Charlotte, North Carolina. 

“Drawing: A Contemporary Approach,” Claudia Betti and Teel Sale,                               Harcourt, Brace College Pub.

"The Future of Cities; Landscape and Sculpture,"  Shoichiro Higuchi,                             Published by Kashima Shuppan, 1996                                           

“Designing Outdoor Sculpture; Today for Tomorrow,” Pub. by Nat’l. Inst. for                     Conservation of  Cultural Property, Wash., D.C. and Smithsonian.

“Sacred Art: of the Earth”, Maureen Korp, Continuum, NY.

“Feminists Who Changed America 1963-1975”, Edited by Barbara J. Love.                   Pub. Univ. of Illinois Press.

“Landscape Art: World of Environmental Design,”  Pub. by Arco Editorial,                       Barcelona, Spain. p, 152-159.

“Elements of Landscape: World of Environmental Design,” Pub. by Arco                       Editorial, Barcelona, Spain p. 178-183.

“Urban Cities and Sculpture: Park Plaza and City Development in Europe                     and America”, Shoichiro Higuchi. Published by Kashima Shuppan-Kai,                           Japan.

“Gray World, Green Heart”, Robert L. Thayer, Jr., Published by John Wiley                   & Sons, Inc.

“Sculpting with the Environment: A Natural Dialogue”, Edited by Baile                           Oakes. Published by Van Nostrand Reinhold.

“A Concept for Art in the Green Hart”, report, Cultural Council of Southern                     Holland, Den Haag, Holland. Edited by van Wesemael & Beijne, p. 36, 37,                     41, 52, 53.

“Public Artworks: The Arizona Models”, Published by Phoenix Art                                   Commission, p. 38, 39, 57.

“The Once and Future Park”, Essay by Patricia Phillips, Princeton                                 Architectural Pres

“Public Art in Philadelphia” Penny Balkin Bach, Book published by Temple                     University Press, pp. 93, 135, 167-69, 256.

“Public Art Proposals”, Catalogue published by the International                                     Contemporary Art Fair, Japan.

“An Industrious Art: Innovation in Pattern & Print at the Fabric Workshop”,                     Edited by Marion Boutlon Stroud, Philadelphia, PA

“Divergent Styles: Contemporary American Drawing”, Essay by Paul                             Cummings, Univ. of Florida, Gainesville.

“Lines of Vision: Drawings by Contemporary Women”, Back Cover, Judy                       Collischan Van Wagner, Cat. in  Spanish/English, Hillwood Art Museum,                       Long Island University.

“Women in American Sculpture”, Charlotte S. Rubinstein, Pub. G.H. Hall.

“Encyclopedia of Architecture: Public Art”, Joyce Pomeroy Schwartz,

American Institute of Architects, Vol. 4, p. 18, John Wiley & Sons.

“Art of the 80’s”, Chemical Bank Collection, Montclair Art Museum,

Montclair, NJ, p. 62.

“Decade of the 80’s”, John Perrault, Western Carolina University, p. 32.

“Lines of Vision: Drawings by Contemporary Women”, Judy Collischan Van                   Wagner, Hudson Hills Press, New York, p.112.

“Sounding The Depths”, Harold B. Nelson, Pub. American Federation of                         Arts, NY, pp. 77,78,94

“10  x 12: A Decade of Fleisher Artists”, Jody Pinto, Fleisher Art Memorial,                   Philadelphia, PA.

“Classical Myth and Imagery in Contemporary Art”, Barbara Matilsky, 

Queens Museum, New York.

“Art For The Public: New Collaborations”, Penny Bach, Pamela Houk.                           Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, Ohio, p. 11-12; 40-44.

“New Artists, New Drawings”, Lyman Allyn Museum, New London, CT.

“New Art on Paper”, (The Hunt Manufacturing Collection), Philadelphia                         Museum of Art, p. 44-45.

“Searching Out The Best”, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts,                                     Philadelphia, PA.

“Visual Literacy: A Guide To The Visual Arts and Communication”,                                 Deborah Curtiss, Prentice-Hall.

“Shaping Space”, Paul Zelanski, Mary Prat Fisher. Pub. Holt, Reinhart,                         Winston

“Standing Ground”, Sara Rogers-Lafferty, Contemporary Arts Center,                         Cincinnati, Ohio, p. 62.

“Walk On/ Sit Down/ Go Through”, Socrates Sculpture Park, Long Island                       City, New York.

“Contemporary American Women Sculptors”, Virginia Watson-Jones,                           Oryx Press.

“Symbolic Expressions: Five Women Artists”, Summit Art Center, New                           Jersey.

“Art In The Environment”, Ed. Joyce Schwartz, Boca Raton Museum,                             Florida.

“Body Electric: Four Currents”, Pat Stewart, Temple Gallery, Philadelphia,                   PA.

“Philadelphia Collects Art Since 1940”, Mark Rosenthal, Ann Percy,

Philadelphia Museum of Art, PA

“1976-1986: Selections From The Edward R. Downe, Jr. Collection”,                               Wellesley College Museum, Wellesley, MA, p. 112.

“Scapes”, University of California, Santa Barbara.

“The Sculptor As Draughtsman”, Paul Cummings, Whitney Museum.

“Overlay”, Lucy Lippard, Pantheon, p. 198-201.

“20th Century American Drawings: The Figure in Context”, Paul                                     Cummings, Whitney Museum, New York.

“Landmarks”, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY.

“Sculptural Ideas”, Lehigh University, PA. 

“Investigations”, I.C.A., Philadelphia, PA.

“Connections”, I.C.A., Philadelphia, PA.

“The 1983 Hazlett Memorial Awards Exhibition for the Visual Arts”.

“Beyond the Monument”, curated by Gary Garrels, MIT Hayden Corridor                       Gallery, Cambridge, MA.

“Form and Function: Proposals for Public Sculpture for Philadelphia”,                             Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and Fairmount Park Art Association,

Philadelphia, PA.

“Agitated Figures”, Richard Flood, Hallwalls, Buffalo, NY.

“Art Materialized: Selections From The Fabric Workshop”, Pub. I.C.I.,                             New York, p. 30.

“Extended Sensibilities...”, Dan Cameron, The New Museum, New York.

“Sculpture Sacramento”, Ed. Jennifer Dowley, Michael Smith, Sacramento                     Metropolitan Arts Comm.,CA.

“In and Out of Kutztown 1974-1981”, Ed. James Carroll, Kutztown State                         College.

“Architectural Sculpture: Projects”, Louise Louis, LAICA, CA.

“Drawings from the Collection of Milton Brutten and Helen Herrick”, William                   Patterson College, NJ.

“Maximum Coverage: Wearables by Contemporary American Artists”.                           Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin.

“Drawing Acquisitions: 1978-1981”, Whitney Museum, NY.

“Currents: A New Mannerism”, Pub. Jacksonville Art Museum


“Drawing: The Pluralist Decade”, Janet Kardon and John Neff,

Venice Biennale Catalogue.

“Tel-Hai 80 Catalogue”, Ed. Amnon Barzel, Israel.

“Drawing: The Pluralist Decade”, I.C.A., Philadelphia, PA.

“Architectural Sculpture”, Lucy Lippard, LAICA, CA.


“Masks, Tents, Vessels, Talisman”, Janet Kardon, I.C.A., Philadelphia, PA,                     p. 6-20.

“Contemporary Drawings: Philadelphia II”, Philadelphia Museum of Art, PA.

“1979 Biennial Exhibition”, Whitney Museum, New York.

“Material Pleasures/The Fabric Workshop at I.C.A.”, Catalogue by Michael                     Quigley.

“Excavations and Constructions: Notes for the Body/Land”, Text by Jody                     Pinto, Marion Locks Gallery, Philadelphia, PA.


“Dwellings”, Essay by Lucy Lippard, I.C.A., Philadelphia, PA.

“Quintessence”, Text by Jody Pinto, Dayton, OH.


“Philadelphia/Houston Exchange”, I.C.A., Philadelphia, PA.

“Collection In Progress”, Brutton/Herrick, Moore College of Art,                                     Philadelphia,PA, p. 16.

“Artpark—The Program in Visual Arts”, p. 98-99