Robert Stackhouse Resume

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Honors and Awards
2010
Hall of Fame, Polk County, FL.
2009 “40 in 40″ outstanding alumni, 40th anniversary of University of South Florida Alumni Association.
2008 Art Building of Auburndale High School named Robert Stackhouse Art Center.
Artist Lifetime Achievement Award, Polk Museum of Art, Lakeland, FL.
First Night International Creative Programming Award: Peace O’ Eight, a sculpture by Carol Mickett and Robert Stackhouse.
2006 Honorary Doctorate, University of South Florida.
2000-03 Lamar Dodd Distinguished Chair, Lamar Dodd School of Art, Univ of Georgia, Athens, GA.
2001 Richard Koopman Distinguished Chair, Hartford School of Art, Univ of Hartford, Hartford, CT.
1992 Leo Block Honorary Chair, University of Denver, Denver, CO.
1992 Distinguished Alumnus Achievement Award, University of South Florida.
1991 National Endowment for the Arts, Individual Artist Fellowship, Works of Paper.
1987 Professor Emeritus, Corcoran School of Art, Washington, D.C.
1983 National Endowment for the Arts, Individual Artist Fellowship, Works on Paper.
1981 Artist in Community Grants (CAPS), State of New York.
1977 National Endowment for the Arts, Individual Artist Fellowship, Sculpture.
1969 Morris & Gwendlyn Cafritz Foundation Grant.

Commissions
2010
Five Paintings (working title), (collaboration w/ Carol Mickett) Art in State Buildings Program, University of South Florida – St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg, FL. (in progress).
Place In The Woods, (collaboration w/ Carol Mickett), Hunter Museum of American Art, Chattanooga, TN.
2008 In The Blue, (collaboration w/ Carol Mickett), St. Petersburg Art Center, St. Petersburg, FL.
2007 Peace o’ Eight, (collaboration w/ Carol Mickett), First Night, St. Petersburg, FL.
2006 50th Anniversary Poster/Print, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL.
Factor 24, Arts Alive 2006, Tampa, FL.
2005 Seven Prints, University of Central Florida, Public Art Project, Orlando, FL.
2004 Confluence, (collaboration w/ Carol Mickett), ARTSPARK, Indianapolis Art Center, Indianapolis, IN.
2001 American Print and Cortona Print, (collaboration w/ Carol Mickett). Published by Lamar Dood School of Art, University of Georgia at the International Print Symposium, Cortona, Italy.
Label Design, Imagery Estate Winery, Glen Ellen, CA.
1998 Missouri Bones, Albrecht-Kemper, St. Joseph, MO.
1997 Chicago Structure, Klein Art Works, Chicago, IL (2004 moved to Harper College, Palatine, IL).
1991 Label Design, Imagery Series, Benziger, Glen Ellen, CA.
Divers, Marine Science Building, University of Hawaii, Manoa, HI.
Delaware Passage, Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE.
1989 Oliver Ranch Project/Russian River Bones, Geyserville, CA.
1988 St. Louie Bones, Laumeier Sculpture Park, St. Louis, MO.
1984 On The Beach Again, Australia National Galley, Canberra, Australia.
1980 Prudential Installation, Prudential Life Insurance Company of America, Mpls,, MN.

Solo Exhibitions
2008
Robert Stackhouse, Belger Art Center, Kansas City, MO
Waves of Meaning, (collaboration w/ Carol Mickett), St. Petersburg Art Center, , FL (catalogue).
Robert Stackhouse:  Editions Archive, Contemporary Art Museum, USF, Tampa, FL (catalogue).
2007 Robert Stackhouse:  Swimmers & Floaters, Polk Museum of Art, Lakeland, FL (catalogue).
Robert Stackhouse, Museum of Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX.
2003 Works from Studio 101and a collaboration with Carol Mickett, Univ of Georgia, Athens, GA.
Crossing Dimensions, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Eau, Claire, WI.
Robert Stackhouse: Passages and Journeys, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR (catalogue).
New Painting and Sculpture, Klein Art Works, Chicago, IL.
Robert Stackhouse: A Print Retrospective, University of Missouri-St. Louis, St. Louis, MO (catalogue).
Carol Mickett/Robert Stackhouse:  A Collaboration, University of Georgia, Athens, GA.
Robert Stackhouse, Klein Art Works, Art Chicago, Chicago, IL.
Robert Stackhouse:  Prints, Morgan Art Gallery, Kansas City, MO.
Falling Water, University of Georgia, Athens, GA.
Still Water, University of Hartford, Hartford, CT.
r stackhouse, University of Arizona Museum of Art, Tucson, AZ.
Robert Stackhouse: Works on Paper, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL.
2000 Resurgent, Joseloff Gallery, University of Hartford, West Hartford, CT.
Mortal Rock, Urban Architecture, New York, NY.
Resurgent: New Paintings and Sculpture, Klein Art Works, Chicago, IL.
1999 Robert Stackhouse: Major Works 1969-1999, Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, GA.
Major Works 1969-1999, Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, Kalamazoo, MI.
The Prints, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI.
1998 Robert Stackhouse: Paintings & A Site-Specific Sculpture, Klein Art Works, Chicago, IL.
ART 1998-CHICAGO, Navy Pier, Chicago, IL.
Evanescence, Robischon Gallery, Denver, CO
Someways, Albrecht-Kemper, St. Joseph, MO.
Waterworking, Morgan Gallery, Kansas City, MO.
1997 Recent Works, Klein Art Works, Chicago, IL.
1996 Transplace, Illinois Wesleylan University School of Art, Bloomington, IL.
1995 Where we are and what is it to be there, Morgan Gallery, Kansas City, MO.
1994 r. Stackhouse, University of Wyoming Art Museum, Laramie, WY.
1993 Recent Works, Morgan Gallery, Kansas City, MO.
Robert Stackhouse, Struve Gallery, Chicago, IL.
Robert Stackhouse , Baumgartner Galleries Inc., Washington, D.C.
Robert Stackhouse , University of Denver, Denver, CO.
1992 Robert Stackhouse , Pace Prints, New York, NY.
Works on Paper, Posner Gallery, Milwaukee, WI.
1991 Common Places, Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE (catalogue).
Robert Stackhouse , Dolan Maxwell Gallery, Philadelphia, PA.
Soundless, Contemporary Art Museum, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL.
1990 Encounterings, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA (catalogue).
Robert Stackhouse , Honolulu Academy of Arts, Honolulu, HI.
Robert Stackhouse, Dolan/Maxwell , New York, NY.
Robert Stackhouse , Cantor/Lemberg Gallery, Birmingham, MI
Robert Stackhouse , B R Kornblatt Gallery, Washington D.C.
1989 Robert Stackhouse , Dolan/Maxwell Gallery, New York, NY.
Robert Stackhouse , B R Kornblatt Gallery, Washington, D.C.
Ruby’s Way, The Washington New Art Association, Herb’s Restaurant, Washington, D.C.
1988 St. Louie Bones, Laumeier Sculpture Park, St. Louis, MO (catalogue).
Robert Stackhouse , Koplin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.
1987 Crossings, Dolan/Maxwell Gallery, Philadelphia, PA.
1986 Blue Swimmers, Koplin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.
Robert Stackhouse: Deep Swimmers, Laumeier Gallery, Laumeirer Sculpture Pk, St. Louis, MO.
Recent Works, Morgan Gallery, Kansas City, MO.
1985 Drawings From Three Projects: Toledo, Australia and Tennessee, Max Hutchinson Gallery, New York, NY.
1984 Deep Swimmers, University of Tennessee Art & Architecture Gallery, Knoxville, traveling through 1986 to Clemson University, Clemson, SC; Greenville County Museum of Art, Greenville, SC; Huntsville Museum of Art, Huntsville, AL; Hunter Museum of Art, Chattanooga, TN; Cheekwood Fine Art Center, Nashville, TN; Northern Illinois University, Laumeier Sculpture Park, St. Louis, MO (catalogue).
On the Beach Again, Australia National Gallery, Canberra, Australia.
Ohio Prospect Bones, Crosby Gardens, Toledo, OH.
Masters of American Drawing VII: Robert Stackhouse, Anderson Gallery, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA.
1983 Couples II, P.S. #1 Gallery, Donald Kuspit, curator, New York, NY (catalogue).
Mountain Climber, Max Hutchinson Gallery, New York, NY and The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY.
1982 Robert Stackhouse, Max Hutchinson Gallery, New York, NY.
Robert Stackhouse, Feigenson Gallery, Detroit, MI.
Robert Stackhouse, Newberger Museum, Purchase, NY.
Artquake, Portland Center for the Visual Arts, Portland, OR.
Robert Stackhouse, Middendorf-Lane Gallery, Washington, D.C.
1981 Robert Stackhouse, Dorbrick Gallery, Chicago, IL.
David Haxton/Robert Stackhouse-Two Distinguished University of South Florida Alumni, USF, Tampa, FL.
1980 Robert Stackhouse, Feigenson-Rosenstein Gallery, Detroit, MI.
Dreamers, Max Hutchinson Gallery, New York, NY.
Robert Stackhouse, Henri Gallery, Washington D.C.
Passings, Nassau County Museum of Fine Art, Roslyn, NY (catalogue)
1979 Robert Stackhouse, Dobrick Gallery, Chicago, IL.
Sailors, Sculpture Now, Inc., New York, NY.
Eau Claire Sailings, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, WI.
1978 Robert Stackhouse, Dobrick Gallery, Chicago, IL.
Sailings, Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY.
1976 Running Animals/Reindeer Way, Sculpture Now, Inc., New York, NY.
Robert Stackhouse, Henri Gallery, Washington D.C.
1973 Sleeping King Ascending, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
Robert Stackhouse: Sleeping King, Henri Gallery, Washington D.C.
1972 Robert Stackhouse: Journeys, Henri Gallery, Washington D.C.

Selected Group Exhibitions
2010
American Printmaking Now, National Art Museum of China, Beijing, China.
50th Anniversary Invitational Show, (in collaboration w/Carol Mickett), International Sculpture Center, New York, NY.
Visual Unity 2, (in collaboration w/Carol Mickett), Polk Museum, Lakeland, FL.
2009 First Class, (in collaboration w/Carol Mickett), Terrasanti, Penngrove, CA.
2008 Site Matters: Proposed Installations for the New TMA, (in collaboration w/Carol Mickett), Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, FL.
Sparks! The William T Kemper Collecting Initative,  Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO.
Harper College 40th Anniversary Art Invitational, (in collaboration w/Carol Mickett) Harper College, Palatine, IL.
Selections from the  Imagery Estate Winery Permanent Collection, Carnegie Art Museum, Oxnard, CA.
2007 The Water is Wide: The Art of Boat Making, (in collaboration w/ Carol Mickett), The Studio @ 620 w/The Florida Maritime Museum of Cortez, St. Petersburg, FL.
2006 redefined:  Modern and Contemporary Art from the Collection, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
Tandem Press Highlights, 1995-2005, Chazen Museum of Art, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI.
American Dream: By Design, Belger Arts Center, Kansas City, MO.
The Lawrence Lithography Workshop, Gallery 210, Univ of Missouri-St. Louis, St. Louis, MO.
2004 United States Embassy Belgrade, ART in Embassies Program, U.S. Ambassador’s Residence, Belgrade, (Serbia) Yugoslavia.
2002 Crossing Over, City Gallery East, Atlanta, GA.
Prints by Georgia Artists: Holiday Show, Swan Coach House Gallery, Atlanta, GA.
20th Annual Pancake Breakfast Show, Klein Art Works, Chicago, IL.
Fish, Flowers, Flying Things, Spencer Museum, The University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS.
2001 Inside & Out: Contemporary Sculpture, Video and Installation, Bass Museum, Miami Beach, FL.
Impact, Georgia Museum, Athens, GA.
Underfoot, Sao Paulo & Brasilia, Brazil.
Morgan Gallery, Kansas City, MO.
Klein Art Works, Chicago, IL.
Urban Architecture, New York, NY.
1999 Perspectives  on Terrain, Dolan/Maxwell, Philadelphia, PA.
Water: A Contemporary American View, Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, SC, traveled to Mobile Museum of Art, Mobile, Alabama, and Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Wausau, WI (catalogue).
1998 Contemporary Abstraction, Klein Art Works, Chicago, IL.
Pier Walk ’98, Navy Pier, Chicago, IL.
Graphicstudio:  El Campo Expandido De La Grafica, Biblioteca Luis Angel Arango, Banco de la Republica, Bogata, Colombia.
1997 Abstract Confluence, Klein Art Works, Chicago, IL.
1996 Bare Bones, T ‘Z’ Art, New York, NY.
Charles Burchfield, Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, OH.
1994 Emmersed, University of Wyoming Art Museum, Laramie, WY.
Tandem Press: Five Years of Collaboration and Experimentation at the Elvehjem Museum of Art, Elvehjem
Museum of Art, University of Wisconsin – Madison (1994) and Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio (1995) (catalogue).
1991 43 Annual Purchase Exhibition, American Academy & Institute of Arts & Letters, New York, NY.
New Editions, Pace Prints, New York, NY.
5th International Biennial Print Exhibit, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C.
1990 New Editions, Pace Prints, New York, NY.
Voyages of the Modern Imagination, William Farnsworth Library & Art Mus., Rockland, ME
National Drawing Invitational, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR. (catalogue)
Group Exhibition, Dolan/Maxwell, New York, NY.
The Boat Show: Fantastic Vessels, Fictional Voyages, Renwick Gallery of the National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, the Museum of Art, Portland, ME, and the Museum of Art, Ft. Lauderdale, FL (catalogue).
42nd Annual Purchase  Exhibition, American Academy & Institute of Arts & Letters, NY, NY.
26th Annual Exhibition of Art on Paper, Weatherspoon Gallery, Univ. of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC.
1989 Water-Color: Contemporary Currents, Riverside Art Museum, Riverside, CA.
41st Annual Purchase Exhibition
, American Academy & Institute of Arts & Letters, NY, NY.
Projects & Portfolios, The 25th National Print Exhibition, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY (catalogue).
The Boat Show: Fantastic Vessels, Fictional Voyages, Renwick Gallery – National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institute, Washington D.C.
Recent Accessions, Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, MA.
Great American Prints, 1987-89, Dolan/Maxwell Gallery, Philadelphia, PA.
5th Anniversary Exhibition, Dolan/Maxwell Gallery, New York, NY.
Collectors Gallery XXIII, Marian Doogler McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, TX.
Paysages Verticaux, Musee du Quebec, Quebec City, Canada (catalogue)
Sculpture/Commerce Square, Commerce Square, Philadelphia, PA.
Works on Paper by Sculptors, Alice Simsar Gallery, Ann Arbor, MI.
Prints: Suites & Series, Middendorf Gallery, Washington D.C.
Coming of Age: Twenty-one Years of Collecting by the Madison Art Center, Madison Art Center, Madison, WI.
1988 Revelations Drawing/America, Organized by The Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR for the United States entry in the 1988 International Festival of Contemporary Drawing, Paris, France. Traveled to Umjettnicka Galerija Bosne I Hercegovine in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia (June 7 28, 1988), Moderna Galerija in Ljublijana, Yugoslavia (July 5-August 5, 1988), Galerija Josip-Bepo Benkovic in Herceg Novi, Yugoslavia (August 11-25, 1988), Museo de Arte Contemporaneo in Seville, Spain (October 3-21, 1988), Washington Irving Center in Madrid, Spain (November 3-22, 1988), Festival International du Dessin Contemporain Grand Palais, Paris, France (December 14-31, 1988), and The Arkansas Arts Center in Little Rock, AR, USA (January 19-March 26, 1989).
Mary Beth Edelson, Martin Puryear, Italo Scanga, Robert Stackhouse, SPECTRUM series, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. (catalogue).
American Academy & Institute of Arts & Letters, New York, NY.
1987 Ruby Birth, Sao Paolo Biennal, San Paolo (two catalogues)
Walk On, Sit Down, Go Through, Socrates Sculpture Park, Long Island City, NY. (catalogue)
Outside In, City Gallery, sponsored by the Socrates Sculpture Park, Long Island City, NY.
The Structural Image, Dolan/Maxwell Gallery, Philadelphia, PA.
Down By the Sea, Snug Harbor Art Center, Staten Island, NY.
American Masters-Works on Paper From the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Oklahoma Museum of Art, Oklahoma City, OK; Queens Museum, Flushing, NY.; Corcoran Gallery of Art Washington D.C.; Burling Library, Grinnell, Iowa; Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, OH; and the Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, CA.
1986 Monumental Drawings: Works by Twenty American Artists, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY. (catalogue)
Recent Acquisitions, Hirshorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington D.C.
American Masters:  Works on Paper from The Corcoran Gallery of Art,  Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service:  Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., Burling Library, Grinnell, IA, Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, OH, and Midland Art Council, Midland, MI (catalogue).
1985 Environmental Concerns, Project Drawings, Evelyn Aimis Fine Art, Toronto, Canada
1984 Drawing Since 1974, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington D.C.
1 + 1 = 2, Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, New York, NY. (traveling exhibition)
Varieties of Sculptural Ideas, Max Hutchinson Gallery, New York, NY.
Large Drawings, Wesleyan University Center for the Arts, Middletown, CN.  Traveled to Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, OH.
An International Survey of Painting and Sculpture, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY (catalogue).
Washington Project for the Arts, Washington D.C. (catalogue)
Landmarks, Bard College, Annandale-0n-Hudson, New York, NY (catalogue).
The New York Art Experience, Modern Art Consultants, April Kingsley, curator, New York, NY.
1983 1983 Sculpture Invitational, Oscarsson-Hood Gallery, New York, NY.
Mile of Sculpture at Navy Pier, Chicago Art Exposition, Chicago, IL.
Creative Time’s Art in the Anchorage, The Centennial of the Brooklyn Bridge, Brooklyn, NY (catalogue).
Max Hutchinson Gallery, New York, NY.
The Trisolini Print Project, Trisolini Gallery of Ohio University, Athens, OH.
1982 Citysite Sculpture, Toronto, Canada (catalogue).
Citysite Sculpture, Market Gallery, Toronto, Canada.
Women Choose Men, A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY.
1981 Working Drawings, Hunter Gallery, Hunter College, New York, NY.
Schemes, Elise Meyer, New York, NY.
Ritual, Touchstone Gallery, New York, NY.
Dobrick Gallery, Chicago, IL.
CAPS at the State Museum, State Museum, Albany, NY.
CAPS at the Fashion Institute of Technology, Fashion Institute of Technology, New York, NY.
The Image of the House in Contemporary Art, Lawndale Annex, University of Houston, Houston, TX (catalogue).
Pleven BuGaria.
1980 Painting & Sculpture Today 1980, Indianapolis Museum of Art, IN (catalogue).
Architectural Sculptures, Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA.
International Drawings and Paintings, Pleven, Bulgaria.
NY 8, Joe and Emily Lowe Art Gallery, Syracuse Univerisyt, Syracuse, NY (catalogue).
1979 Maquettes and Drawings, Feigenson-Rosenstein Gallery, Detroit, MI.
Dance At Tyler, Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA.
New York 7, Lowe Art Center, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY.
Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC.
1978 Sculptor’s Drawings, Touchstone Gallery, New York, NY.
Outdoor Environmental Sculpture, Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, MI.
1977 Drawings of the 70′s, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL (catalogue)
Scale and Environment: Ten Sculptors, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN (catalogue).
The City Project 1977: Outdoor Environmental Art, New Gallery of Contemporary Art and Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH (catalogue).
Niagara Dance, Artpark, Lewiston, NY (catalogue).
The Material Dominant: Some Current Artists and Their Media, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA (catalogue).
1976 Personal Mythologies, Fine Arts Building, New York, NY.
1975 North, East, West, South, Middle, Moore College Art Gallery, Philadelphia, PA. Traveled to Pratt Graphics Center, NY., Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., Fort Worth Art Museum, Fort Worth, TX, and La Jolla Museum of contemporary Art, La Jolla, CA (catalogue).
Recent Acquisitions, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
1974 Contemporary Religious Imagery in American Art, Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota, FL (catalogue).
1973 Washington Sculpture, Philadelphia Art Alliance, Philadelphia, PA.
1972 Instituto Guatemalteco-Americano, Guatemala.
Second Annual Exhibition of Washington Artists: Paintings, Sculpture, Drawings, and Graphics, The Phillips Collection, Washington, D. C. (catalogue).
1970 20 Years of Washington Art, Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD (catalogue).
New Sculpture: Baltimore, Washington, & Richmond, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. (catalogue).
1969 Other Ideas, Detroit Institute of Art, Detroit, MI (catalogue).

Sculpture
2009
Place In The Woods, (collaboration w/ Carol Mickett), Hunter Museum of American Art, Chattanooga, TN, bronze and brass, 14’H x 14’W x 28’L.
2008 In The Blue (collaboration w/Carol Mickett), St. Petersburg Art Center, St. Petersburg, FL, painted wood, 11′H x 2,400 sq. ft. (wall-to-wall installation in four rooms).
2007 Peace o’ Eight, (collaboration w/Carol Mickett), First Night, St. Petersburg, FL, wood and muslin, lights, flammable material, 8′H x 4′W x 24′L.
Tropetorre, Laumeier Sculpture Park Benefit, St. Louis, MO, walnut and brass, 25 3/8″H x 6″W x 14″L.
2006 Factor 24, Arts Alive 2006, Tampa, FL.
2004 Confluence, (collaboration w/ Carol Mickett), ARTSPARK, Indianapolis Art Center, Indianapolis, IN, Indiana Limestone, 13’H x 12’W x 500’L.
2002 Impact: New Faculty in the Lamar Dodd School of Art, Georgia Museum of Art, University of Georgia, Athens, GA.
Wall Torre, Klein Art Works, Chicago, IL, wood, 10’H x 2’W x 3.5’L.
Proto Torre, Klein Art Works, Chicago, IL, wood, 10’H x 2’W x 4’L..
Falling Water, University of Georgia, Athens, GA, wood, 36′H x 8′W x 28′L.
2001 Missouri Bones, Bass Museum, Miami Beach, FL.
2000 Mortal Rock, Urban Architecture, Ny, NY, Kansas Post Rock, 10”H x 14’W x 30’L.
Resurgent, Joseloff Gallery, University of Hartford, West Hartford, CT, aluminum & Kansas Post Rock,9’H x 5’W x 34’L.
Resurgent, Klein Art Works, Chicago, IL, aluminum & Kansas Post Rock, 9’H x 5’W x 34’L.
1998 Missouri Bones, Albrecht-Kemper, St. Joseph, MO, aluminum, 4”H x 6’W x 60’L.
Angel Way, Navy Pier, Chicago, IL, wood, 17’H x 10’W x 70’L.
A Augusta, Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, GA, wood, 12’H x 20’W x 60’L.
Michigan Swell, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI, wood, 16’H x 12’W x 100’L.
Incomplete Angel, Morgan Gallery, Kansas City, MO, wood, 12’H x 20’W x 20’L.
1997 Missouri Shift, Drury College, Springfield, MO, wood, 17’H x 16’W x 96’L.
Blue Ryder, Klein Art Works, Chicago, IL, wood, 7’H x 14’W x 20’L.
Chicago Structure, Klein Art Works, Chicago, IL, wood, 8’H x 11’W x 38’L (2004 moved to Harper College, Palatine, IL.).
1996 K.C.Way, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO, wood, 17’H x 16’W x 36’l.
1994 Wyoming Immersed, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY, copper, 6’H x 5’W 36’L.
Copper Naja, John and Maxine Belger Family Foundation, Kansas City, MO, copper, 1’H x 2’7″W x 12L.
1991 Divers, Marine Science Building, Univ. of Hawaii, Manoa, HI, extruded red brass, 4″H x 6′W x 40′L.
Delaware Passage, Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE; extruded red brass, 6′H x 6W’ x 17L’.
Naja’s Deck, Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE, extruded Red Brass, 4 1/2”H x 20′W x 4 1/2’L.
Soundless, Contemporary Art Museum, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, wood, 12′H x 16′W x 34′.
1990 Encounterings, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA, wood, 10′H x 20W’ x 30′L.
Encounterings, Dolan/Maxwell Gallery, New York, NY, wood, 10′H x 20′W x 30′L.
Encounterings, Kornblatt Gallery, Washington D.C., wood, 10′H x 20′W x 30′L.
Blue Diviner, Honolulu Academy of Arts, Honolulu, HI, painted wood, two sections, 10′H x 5′ 6″W x 11L & 10′H x 8′W x 8′L.
1989 Oliver Ranch Project/Russian River Bones, Geyserville, CA, wood, 6′H x 12′W x 99′L.
Les Os du Quebec, Musee du Quebec, Quebec City, Canada, wood, 14H’ x 8W’ x 200L’.
Blue Diviner, Dolan/Maxwell Gallery, New York, NY, wood, two sections, 10′W x 5’6″W x 11′L & 10′H x 8′W x 15′L.
Blue Diviner, Sculpture/Commerce Square, Philadelphia, PA. wood, two sections, 10′W x 5’6″W x 11′L & 10′H x 8′W x 15′L..
Blue Diviner, Barbara Kornblatt Gallery, Washington D.C., two sections, 10′ x 11′ x 5′ 6″ & 10′ x 15′ x 8′.
1988 St. Louie Bones, Laumeier Sculpture Park, St. Louis, MO, wood, 2′ 8″H x 12′ 2″W x 68′ 2″L.
1987 East River Bones, Socrates Sculpture Park, Long Island City, NY, wood, 4′H x 10′W x 70′L.
Crossings, Dolan/Maxwell Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, wood, 9′H x 10′W x 28′L.
Ruby Birth, 19th Sao Paulo Biennal, Sao Paulo, Brazil, wood, 8′H x 12′W x 44′L & watercolor on paper, 10′H x 30′L.
1986 Blue Swimmers, Kopling Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, wood, 4 1/2’H x 10’W x 28’L.
1984 On the Beach Again, Australia National Gallery, Canberra, Australia, bronze, 6”H x 8’W x 30′L.
Ohio Prospect Bones
, Crosby Gardens, Toledo, OH, painted wood, 7′H x 37′W x 160″L.
Deep Swimmers, University of Tennessee Art & Architecture Gallery, Knoxville, TN; (traveling installation), wood, 10′H x 8′W x 28′L.
1983 Red Deck, Chicago International Art Expo, Chicago, IL, wood, 8′H x 1 1/2″W x 30′L.
Brooklyn Bridge Installation, Brooklyn Bridge Anchorage, Brooklyn, NY, wood and chain, 45′H x 16′W x 3″Deep.
Bones, Portland Center of the Visual Arts, Portland, OR, wood, 2 secs, each 3”Hx16′Wx130’L.
1982 Toronto Passages, Toronto, Canada, wood, 14′H x 26′W x 70′L.
Mountain Climbers, Max Hutchinson Gallery, New York, NY, wood, 6”H x 4’9″W x 20′L.
1980 China Clipper Sea Witch, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN, wood, 20′H x 2′W x 120′L.
Passings, Nassau County Museum of Fine Art, Roslyn, NY, wood, two sections, each 20′H x 2′W x 220’L.
Prudential Installation, Prudential Life Insurance Co. of America, Minneapolis, MN, wood and painted shadow, 4′H x 15′W x 55′L.
1979 Dance at Tyler, Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA, wood, 11′H x 11′W x 60′L.
Eau Clair Sailings, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, WI, wood, 10′H x 8′W x 80′L.
Sailors, Sculptor Now, Inc., New York City, NY, wood, 18’H x 20’W x 72’L.
1978 Sailings, Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY, wood, 8′H x 14′W x 48′L.
Cranbrook Dance, Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, MI, wood, 11′H x 11′W x 168′L.
1977 Ship at St. Agnes, New Gallery of Contemporary Art and Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH, wood, 8′H x 10′W x 96′L.
Niagara Dance, Artpark, Lewiston, NY, wood and stone, 9′H x 16′W x 112′L.
Shiphall: A Passage Structure Borrowing Some Lines From the Oesberg Ship Burial, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN, wood, 10′H x 16′W x 66′L.
Running Animals/Reindeer Way, Sculpture Now, Inc., NYC, NY, wood and deer skulls, 11′H x 6′W x 66′L.
1974 Ghost Dance, Henri Gallery, wood, 5′H x 4″W x 15′L.
Sky Song, Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota, FL, wood 3′H x 4′W x 4″Deep and drawing (graphite and mylar) 22″H x 30″L.
1973 Sleeping King Ascending, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., wood, 20′H x 4′W x 40″L.
Sleeping King, Henri Gallery, Washington, D.C., wood, 8′H x 3′W x 8′L.
Abracadbra, Henri Gallery, Washington, D.C., wood and graphite, 4′H x 1′W x 8′L.
Winged Goddess, Henri Gallery, Washington, D.C., wood, 5′H x 2′W x 6′L.
Hunting Magic, Henri Gallery, Washington, D.C., wood, 5′H x 8′W x 16′L.
Graphiteside, Henri Gallery, Washington, D.C., wood and graphite, 4′H x 1′W x 8′L.
Leatherwood, Henri Gallery, Washington, D.C., wood and leather, 8′H x 2′W x 2′Deep.
#5, Henri Gallery, Washington, D.C., wood, 3′H x 6″W x 6″Deep.
1972 Mother Form/Journey, Henri Gallery, Washington, D.C., wood, 8′H x 1′W x 6″Deep.
Male Form/Journey, Henri Gallery, Washington, D.C., wood, 9′H x 1′W x 6″Deep.
Tall Form/Journey, Henri Gallery, Washington, D.C., wood, 10″H x 6″W x 6″Deep.
Boat Shape/Journey, Henri Gallery, Washington, D.C., wood, 36″H x 11″W x 17’6″L.
Eye Shape – Boat Shape/Journey, Henri Gallery, Washington, D.C., wood, 36″H x 11″W x 25′L.
Clipper Shape/Journey, Henri Gallery, Washington, D.C., wood, 36″H x 2′W x 13′L.
Deck Shape/Journey, Henri Gallery, Washington, D.C., wood, 36″H x 1′W x 10′L.
Small Piece 1, Henri Gallery, Washington, D.C., wood, 3′H x 6″W x 6″Deep.
Small Piece 2, Henri Gallery, Washington, D.C., wood, 3′H x 6″W x 6″Deep.
Small Piece 3, Henri Gallery, Washington, D.C., wood, 3′H x 6″W x 6″Deep.
1970 Watching, Baltimore Museum of Art, MD; wood & aluminum, 5′H x 20′W x 30′L.
Watching, Corcoran Gallery, Washington, D.C. ; wood and aluminum, 5′H x 20′W x 30′L.
The Great Rain Snake, Corcoran Gallery, Washington, D. C., oak, 4’2″H x 3’8″W x 40’10″L.
1969 Blades, Detroit Art Institute, Detroit, MI, aluminum and acrylic fiber, in three parts: 2″H x 4′W x 6′L and 2″H x 48″W x 4″L and 3′H x 2″W x 4″Deep.

Museum and Corporate Collections
Contemporary Art Museum, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL.
Oliver Ranch Sculpture Park, Geyserville, CA.
Australian National Gallery, Canberra, Australia
Laumeier Sculpture Park, St. Louis, MO.
Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY.
Hunter Museum of American Art, Chattanooga, TN.
John and Maxine Belger Family Foundation, Kansas City, MO.
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL.
Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN.
Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL.
International Sculpture Center, Hamilton, NJ.
Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, FL.
Polk Museum of Art, Lakeland, FL.
Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH.
Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD.
Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA.
Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN.
Prudential Life Insurance Company of America, Minneapolis, MN.
Kemper Insurance Company, Long Grove, IL.
Exxon Corporation, New York, NY.
Citicorp, New York, NY.
Sunrise Foundation, Inc., Charleston, WV.
Madison Art Center, Madison, WI.
Thomas & LoCicero, Tampa, FL.
Philadelphia Savings Fund Society, Philadelphia, PA.
The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA.
Phillip Morris, New York, NY.
Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE.
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA.
Smith College Museum of Art, North Hampton, MA.
Newsweek Magazine, New York, NY.
J.P. Morgan & Co. Incorporated, New York, NY.
American Express, New York, NY.
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington D.C.
The Phillips Collection, Washington D.C.
Hallmark Cards Inc., Kansas City, MO.
Rayovac, Madison, WI.
Texaco USA, Houston, TX.
Corndisco, Inc., Rosemont, IL.
Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, GA.
Beach Museum, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS.
Knoxville Museum, Knoxville, TN.
Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR.
Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Fort Wayne, IN.
Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO.
Imagery Estate Winery, Sonoma, CA.

Books, Catalogues, and Literary Journals
2009 “Meet Our 40 in 40 Outstanding Alumni,” Alumni Voice, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, October 2009.
Tampa Review.  Cover image and essay by Richard Matthews, editor (Tampa, FL, University of Tampa, Vol. 36, 2009).
Karla Jackson, “Stackhouse: snapshots of an artist,” Alumni Voice, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, April 2009.  (Cover image).
2008 Robert Stackhouse:  Editions Archive. Essays by Michael D. Hall, artist and art writer, and Mary Lee Corlett, National Gallery, Washington, DC (Tampa, FL: Institute for Research in Art, University of South Florida, 2008).
Robert Stackhouse:  Swimmers and Floaters.  Essay by Todd Behrens, curator Polk Museum of Art (Lakeland, FL: Polk Museum of Art, 2008).
Waves of Meaning:  Robert Stackhouse and Carol Mickett. Essay by Roy Slade, Director Emeritus, Cranbrook Art Museum and Former Director, Corcoran Gallery of Art (St. Petersburg, FL: St. Petersburg Art Center, 2008)
Margaret Buchen, Harper College 40th Anniversary Art Invitational: A Celebration of Collecting Art at the College (Palatine, IL: Harper College, 2008)
2007 Laumeier Sculpture Park Benefit Catalogue (St. Louis, MO: Laumeier Sculpture Park, 2007).
r. stackhouse: Paintings, Sculpture, Drawings, 1969-2000. Essay by Dr. Peter Briggs (Lubbock, TX: The Museum of Texas Tech University, 2007).
2006 Bob Nugent, ed., Art for Wine, Forward by Donald Kuspit (Sonoma, CA: Imagery Estate Winery, 2006).
2004 United States Embassy Belgrade.  Essay by Hallie and Michael Polt, Ambassador (Washington, D.C.: ART in Embassies Program. 2004)
2003 Elisabeth Kirsch, “Robert Stackhouse: Artist as Shapeshifter,” New Letters, Vol 69, Nos. 2&3 (Cover Image).
Carol Mickett and Robert Stackhouse, “Collaborations,” The Georgia Review, Vol. LVII, No. 1, Spring 2003 (Cover Image).
Wayne Enstice and Melody Peters, Drawing: Space, Form, and Expression, 3rd. Ed. (NJ: Pearson, Prentice Hall, 2003) pp. 277-8 (Cover Image).
2002 Robert Stackhouse: A Print Retrospective.  Essay by Elisabeth Kirsch (St. Louis, MO: University of Missouri-St. Louis, 2002).
Robert Stackhouse: Passages and Journeys.  Essay by Brian Young, Curator (Little Rock, AR: Arkansas Arts Center, 2002).
Cortona International Print Symposium.  Essays by Carol Mickett and Paul Krainak (Cortona, Italy:  The University of Georgia Studies Abroad Program, 2002).
Sculpture Tour 2002 ((Kalamazoo, MI: Western Michigan University, 1999).
2001 A Creative Legacy: A History of The National Endowment For the Arts Visual Artists’ Fellowship Program, 1966-1995 (New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., Publishers, 2001).
Underfoot (Brazil: Bob Nugent, 2001)
2000 Robert Stackhouse, Major Works in Full Scale since 1969. Essay by Phil Vander Weg, Chair, Department of Art, Western Michigan University (Kalamazoo, MI: Kalamazoo Institute of Arts).
1999 Stackhouse. Essay by J. Richard Gruber, curator, Morris Museum of Art (Augusta, GA: Morris Museum of Art).
Water: A Contemporary American View. Essay by Thomas H. Garver, guest curator (Charleston, SC: Gibbes Museum of Art, 1999).
Sculpture (Kalamazoo, MI: Western Michigan University, 1999).
1998 Robert Stackhouse: Missouri Bones. Essay by Mark Spencer, Director, The Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art (St. Joseph, MO: The Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art, 1998)
Pier Walk ’98 (Chicago, IL: 3-D CHICAGO, 1998).
Graphicstudio:  El Campo Expandido De La Grafica, (Santafe de Bogota D. C.:  Biblioteca Luis Angel Arango and Graphicstudio, University of South Florida, 1998).
1997 Sculpture Garden.  Essay Jenny Manning (Canberra, Australia: National Gallery, 1997).
Nannette V. Maciejunes and Michael D. Hall, The Paintings of Charles Burchfield North by Midwest (NY: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., Publishers, and Ohio: Columbus Museum of Art, 1997).
1996 Robert Stackhouse.  Essay by Roberta Lord (KC, MO: Kansas City Art Institute, 1996).
1996 Acquisitions, Hallmark Art Collection, Kansas City, MO.
1994 r. stackhouse.  (Laramie, WY: University of Wyoming Art Museum, 1994).
Tandem Press: Five Years of Collaboration and Experimentation at the Elvehjem Museum of Art.  Essay by Andrew Stevens (Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin, 1993).
1993 Robert Stackhouse. Essay by Douglas Gatanis (Tampa, FL:  Graphicstudio, University of South Florida, 1993).
1992 Ten Sites: Works, Artists, Years. Debra l. Reinhardt, editor.  Essay by Susan Waller (St. Louis, MO: Laumeier Sculpture Park, 1992).
1991 Robert Stackhouse. Essay Carter Ratcliff (Wilmington, DE: Delaware Art Mus, 1991).
1990 Robert Stackhouse, Encounterings: An Installation with Drawings. Essay Margo A. Crutchfield, curator, Virginia Mus. of Fine Arts (Richmond, VA: Virginia Mus. of Fine Arts).
The Boat Show: Fantastic Vessels, Fictional Voyages. (Portland, ME:  Portland Museum of Art, 1990).
1989 Territoires D’Artistes Paysages Verticaux. Essay by Louise Dery (Quebec, Canada: Musee Du Quebec, 1989).
Water-Color: Contemporary Currents.  Essay by Ross Anderson, Director (Riverside, CA: Riverside Art Museum, 1989).
Projects & Portfolios.  Essay Barry Walker, curator (Brooklyn, NY:  The Brooklyn Mus 1989).
Very Special Arts (New York: Christie’s, 1989).
1988 Alice Aycock and Robert Stackhouse, Sculpture at Laumeier. Essay by Susan Waller (St. Louis, MO: Laumeier Sculpture Park, 1988).
Mary Beth Edelson, Martin Puryear, Italo Scanga, Robert Stackhouse.  Essay by Chrisopher French (Washington, D.C.: The Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1998).
Townsend Wolfe, Revelation Drawing/America (Little Rock, AR: The Arkansas Arts Center, 1988).
Chicago International Art Exposition (Chicago, IL, Chicago International Art Exposition, 1988).
1987 Sculpture: Walk On/Sit Down/Go Through.  Essay by Janice Parente & Phyllis Stigliano, Curators (Socrates Sculpture Park, Long Island City, NY:  The Athena Foundation Inc., 1987).
1986 Edward J. Nygren and Linda Crocker Simmons, American Masters:  Works on Paper from The Corcoran Gallery of Art (Washington, D.C., Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service and The Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1986).
Laumeier Sculpture Park: First Decade 1976-1986 (St. Louis, MO, Laumeier Sculpture Park, 1986).
1985 Robert Stackhouse, “Deep Swimmers,”Essay by Donald Kuspit (Knoxville, TN: University of  Tennessee).
1984 Kynaston McShine, An International Survey of Recent Painting and Sculpture (New York: The Museum of Modern Art, 1984).
Masters of Contemporary Drawing VII: Robert Stackhouse.  Essay by Max Hutchinson (Richmond, VA:  Virginia Commonwealth University, 1984).
Bernard Brett, A History of Watercolor (New York: Excalibur Books, 1984).
1983 Creative Time’s: Art In The Anchorage.  Essay by Richard Flood (New York:  Creative Time, Inc., 1983).
The Trisolini Print Project.  Essay by Gary J. Schwindles (Athens, OH: Trisolini Gallery of Ohio University, 1983).
1983 Recent Acquisitions (Chattanooga, TN: Hunter Museum of Art, 1982).
1981 The Image of the House in Contemporary Art. (Houston, TX: Univ. of Houston, 1981).
1980 Passings: Robert Stackhouse. Essay by April Kingsley (Roslyn, NY: Nassau County Museum of Fine Arts).
NY 8. Essay by Jason D. Wong, Curator (Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University, 1980).
1979 E. M. Hatton, The Tent Book: A Celebration of Tents (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1979).
1978 Kemper Art Collection (Long Grove, IL: Kemper Insurance Companies, 1978).
1977 The Material Dominant: Some Current Artists and Their Media, (University Park, PA: The Pennsylvania State University, 1977).
The City Project 1977: Outdoor Environmental Art (Cleveland, OH: New Gallery of Contemporary Art and Cleveland State University, 1977).
1975 North, East, West, South and Middle.  Essay by Peter Plagens (Philadelphia, PA:  Moore College of Art, 1975).
1972 Richard Friedman, Second Annual Exhibition of Washington Artists: Paintings, Sculpture, Drawings, and Graphics (Washington, D.C.:  The Phillips Collection, 1972).
1970 Renato Danese.  New Sculpture: Baltimore, Washington, Richmond (Washington, D. C.: The Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1970).

Articles and Reviews
2010
Kevin Sims, “Park Sculpture is Work in the Woods, “ News Channel 9, Chattanooga, TN, March 5, 2010.
Michael Crumb, “Organic Dynamic,” The Pulse, Chattanooga, TN, February, 24, 2010.
2009 “Place In The Woods,” Chattanooga Times Free Press, Chattanooga, TN, Nov 8, 2009.
2008 James Borchuck, “Last Night in St. Petersburg,” St. Petersburg Times, January 1, 2008.
“New Year’s Resolve Before The Fire, St. Petersburg Times, January 1, 2008.
Megan Voeller, “Home Port,” Creative Loafing, January 9 – 15, 2008.
George Basley, “An Artist’s Journey: Robert Stackhouse Returns to his Alma Mater,” The Oracle, January 23, 2008.
Lennie Bennett, “Dual Nature,” St. Petersburg Times, January 27, 2008.
Megan Voeller, “Super Nova,” Creative Loafing, February 20 – 26, 2008.
Megan Voeller, “Fertile Opportunity,” Creative Loafing, February 27 – March 4, 2008.
“Robert Stackhouse,” News Chief, March 9, 2008.
Catherine Ward, “Art Goes Big in Haven Park,” Lakeland Ledger, March 11, 2008.
Pierre Ducharme, “Artist of Achievement,” Lakeland Ledger, March 21, 2008.
Paul Swinder, “Whole-Brain Approach to Art,” St. Petersburg Times, April 9, 2008
Gayle Worland, “Designers At Home Inside Mmoca,” Wisconsin State Journal, April 20, 2008.
Mary Jane Park, “Artist’s name, like his work, will live on,” St. Petersburg Times, Ap 24, 2008.
Carol Mickett and Robert Stackhouse, “Sculpture 2008,” 7th Annual Florida Outdoor Sculpture Competition Catalogue (Lakeland, FL: Polk Museum of Art, 2008).
“City’s First Night Wins For Creative Programming,” St. Petersburg Times, July 6, 2008.
Nick Maleski, “Robert Stackhouse at Belger Arts: The Range of Possibilities,” Kansas City Star, November 27, 2008
Elizabeth Alex, “Magic Among Snakes and Ships in the Belger Art Center,” NBC Action News KSHB-TV 41, December 16, 2008.
Dana Self, “A Career-Spanning Survey of Robert Stackhouse’s Work Docks at the Belger,” Pitch,  December 25, 2008.
2007 Kenneth Baker, “A Man Who Can,” Art + Auction, Sept 2007, Volume XXXI, No. 1.
Richard D. Finch and Veda M. Rives, eds., Marks from the Matrix, Normal Editions Workshop, Collaborative Limited Edition Prints, 1976-2006, (Normal, IL: Normal Editions Workshop, Illinois State University, 2007).
Carol Mickett and Robert Stackhouse,True Dutterer,” True Dutterer:  The Work of William S. Dutterer (Washington, DC: American Univ Museum, 2007).
David Ellis, The Water is Wide: The Art of Boat Making (St. Petersburg, FL: The Studio @ 620, 2007).
Esther Hammer, “Symbol of Divide Unifies Past, Future,” Tampa Tribune, May 4, 2007.
Mary Jane Park, “On The Town,” St. Petersburg Times, November 4, 2007.
Jessica Levco, “Auburndale fish camp focus of art exhibit,” News Chief, Vol. 97, Issue 77, Nov. 26, 2007.
Anne Shamas, “The Artistry of First Night,” Best in St. Pete, Nov/Dec 2007.
Mary Jane Park, “Water Retreat,” bay: a magazine of the St. Petersburg Times, December 2007.
Aurora Rodrigues, “Serpents & the Sea,” The Ledger, December 1, 2007.
Sharon Kennedy, “New Year’s Eve,” St. Petersburg Times, December 27, 2007.
Scott Keeler, “Building it to burn,” St. Petersburg Times, December 28, 2007.
Cristina Silva, “Welcome 2008 at First Night,” St. Petersburg Times, December 30, 2007.
“Auburndale High School Alumni to Exhibit Work at Polk Museum of Art,” Artifacts (Bartow, FL: The Polk Arts Alliance),Volume 10, Number 2, Winter 2007/2008.
2006 Kevin Lynch, “Tandem Masters,” The Capital Times, January 20, 2006.
Jacob Stockinger, “Tandem Show Just Too Safe,” Wisconsin State Journal, March 23, 2006.
Kassy Reyes, “Robert Stackhouse:Artist, Former Bloodhound,” Trail of the Hounds, Ap/M 2006.
Mary Jane Park, “On The Town,” St. Petersburg Times, April 16, 2006.
“Scene & Heard,” Tampa Tribune, April 20, 2006.
Mary Jane Park, “On The Town,” St. Petersburg Times, May 14, 2006.
Kevin Lynch, “On Wings of Art,” The Capital Times, July 21, 2006.
2005 Mary Jane Park, “LiveArts Recalls Bay’s Early Days,” St. Petersburg Times, Feb 12, 2005.
Mary Jane Park, “Arts Events Share Lot of Weekend Attention,” St. Petersburg Times, March 9, 2005.
Edward J. Sozanski, “Delaware Art Museum Gets Its New Director From Philadelphia,” The Philadelphia Inquirer, March 31, 2005.
Alice Thorson, “Gallery Owner Transformed K. C. Scene,” The Kansas City Star, May 12, 2005.
S. L. Berry, “Open-air park celebrates sensory perceptions,” The Indianapolis Star, Sunday August 21, 2005.
Sam Yates, 58th Annual Student Art Competition (Knoxville, TN: Univ of Tennessee, 2005).
2004 Jenny Manning, Sculpture Garden (Canberra:  National Gallery of Australia, 2004).
Mary Jane Park, “Artist’s Glass Brightens Stuart Society Benefit,” St. Petersburg Times, January 25, 2004.
Mary Jane Park, “Hoosiers Huddle With Newcomers,” St. Petersburg Times, March 30, 2005.
S. L. Berry, “Park Draws Art Outdoors,” The Indianapolis Star, May 30, 2004.
Robyn Maxwell, “From the North: Dadang Christanto,” Artonview,National Gallery of Aurtralia, IS 40, Summer, 2004.
Steven Tonkin, “Max Hutchinson: art entrepreneur,” Artonview, National Gallery of Aurtralia, IS 40, Summer, 2004.
Jim Judy, “Stackhouse/Mickett – A Great Collaboration,” Cultural Affairs, Vol 8, Issue 1, 2004.
Robin Trafton, “First Friday Gallery Walk Takes The Stage,” The Kansas City Star, July 2, 2004.
S. L. Berry, “Want to Work In Stone? Try ‘Confluence’,” The Indianapolis Star, July 18, 2004.
S. L. Berry, “Cornerstone,” The Indianapolis Star, July 18, 2004.
S. L. Berry, “Carving Out A Niche,” The Indianapolis Star, June 26, 2004.
Mary Jane Park, “Crowd Tunes In To Leavengood-Ahlin Sampler,” St. Petersburg Times, November 14, 2004.
2003 Reflections From the Dodd Chair: Robert Stackhouse,” Lamar Dodd Sch of Art, 2003.
Jon Wilson, “Artists Look To Turn Home Into Studio,” St. Petersburg Times, April 2, 2003.
Robin Trafton, “Hospital Nurtures Patients With Regional Fine Art,” The Kansas City Star, October 4, 2003.
Jessica Sandler, “The Rise of Tampa Bay’s Creative Class,” Tampa Bay Metro, Oct/Nov 2003.
Mary Jane Park, “Lecture Pays Tribute to City’ Art Reputation,” St. Pete Times, Nov 19, 2003.
2002 Dick Belger, “A Different Way to Store Art?” Belger News, VolXXXII, NO.1, Jan 2002.
Alan G. Artner.  “Stackhouse’s Art Turns a Corner.”  Chicago Tribune, April 19, 2002.
Alice Thorson, “Morgan Gallery moves to Crossroads District, Kansas City Star, Jn 2, 2002.
Shashank Bengali, “Art Collection Transforms Offices into Galleries,” The Kansas City Star, August 21, 2002.
2001 William Zimmer.  “ART; Grand in Purpose: From Beast to Seed.” The New York Times, January 7, 2001.
Kevin Lynch, “Print studio grows in stature,” The Capital Times. January 17, 2001.
Victor Cassidy, “The Romance of Structure.”  artnet.com.  March 26, 2001.
“Florida Boy: New York sculptor Robert Stackhouse’s Central Florida roots.” Arts Magazine, Feb-Mar 2001.
John Couture, “New Belger Center to Share Unprecedented Collection,” Perspectives (Kansas City: University of Missouri, 2001)
2000 Alice Thorson, “Art Notes,” February 2, 2000.
Robert W. Butler, “This Year’s Lineup,” The Kansas City Star, March 31, 2000.
“A Night for Art to Stay Up Late,” Wisconsin State Journal, May 4, 2000.
Kevin Lynch, “Gallery Night,” The Capital Times, May 5, 2000.
“Art Guide,” The New York Times, May 19, 2000.
“Art Guide,” The New York Times, May 26, 2000.
“Art Guide,” The New York Times, June 2, 2000.
Alice Thorson, “Art Notes,” The Kansas City Star, July 16, 2000.
Phil Williams, “Stackhouse, sculptor-painter, named to Lamar Dodd Chair,” Columns, Sept. 5, 2000.
Tandem Press (Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin-Madison, Fall 2000).
John Aehl, “Art Gets Out and About,” Wisconsin State Journal, October 5, 2000.
Alice Thorson, “Art Notes,” The Kansas City Star, November 19, 2000.
Alice Thorson, “UMKC Plans Art Center Near Campus,” December 2, 2000.
1999 Alice Thorson, “Making Ends Meet East Meets West,” Kansas City Star, Feb 21, 1999.
Mary Cadden, “What’s Happening,” USA Today, Friday, May 14, 1999.
Kent Kimes, “Structural Expression,” The Augusta Chronicle, Sunday, May 16, 1999.
Laura R. Hockaday, “KCAI Art Auction Nets Record Proceeds,” Kansas City Star, My 16, 1999.
Donnie Fetter, “Stackhouse Creates Sculpture for Augusta State,” Metro Spirit, April 29, 1999.
Art Hove, Tandem Press, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Spring 1999.
“A Walk In The Sculpture Park,” The Kansas City Star, June 6, 1999.
Margaret Schmitz Rizzo, “Midtown What’s Hot Sculpture Add Drama To Outdoors,” The Kansas City Star, June 10, 1999.
Alice Thorson, “D.C. K.C. Sculpture Gardens Have Much In Common,” The Kansas City Star, June 13, 1999.
Kavanaugh, Penn, and Perrin, “P. S.” The Kansas City Star, June 14, 1999.
Linda S. Mah, “Stackhouse returns for retrospective,” Kalamazoo Gazette, September 5, 1999.
Alice Thorson, “Mom and Pop Art for 30 Years,” The Kansas City Star, October 17, 1999.
Ellison Austen Walcott, “Robert Stackhouse:Major Workds 1969-1999, Morris Museum of Art, Augusta,” Art on Paper, November-December 1999.
Tandem Press
, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Winter 1999/2000.
1998 Corey Postiglione, “Robert Stackhouse,” dialogue, March/April 1998.
Sarah Downey, “Art is Larger Than Life at Navy Pier,” Chicago Tribune, May 5, 1998.
Kathleen Whitney, “Robert Stackhouse: The Ritual of Labor,” Sculpture, Vol. 17, No. 5, May/June 1998.
Alice Thorson, “A Critics Guide To the Commercial Art Galleries, The Kansas City Star, August 29, 1998.
“Robert Stackhouse: Someways,” The Albrecht Kemper Museum of Art, Summer 1998.
1996
Paul Richard, “Henri Dies at 87: Vibrant Dealer in Art, Antigues.” The Washington Post, February 20, 1996.
“Master/Apprentice: Stackhouse at KCAI,”  New Times Arts and Entertainment, March 7, 1996.
Fred Blocher, “Sculpture Structure,” The Kansas City Star, March 13, 1996.
Michelle Lozano, “Thirty Years…and counting,”  St. Joseph News-Press, Friday, May 12, 1996
Kathleen Whitney, “Robert Stackhouse:  The Ritual of Labor,”  Sculpture, May/June 1996
Timothy J. Lamorte, “Port Chester Landmark Finds New Identity,” Port Chester Guide, June 19, 1996.
Alice Thorson, “St. Joseph exhibit stacks up as strong sculpture,” Kansas City Star, Jn 21, 1996.
1995 Kristen Gladsky, “Robert Stackhouse’s Works Build on the Minimalists-Sculptor’s Repetitious Shapes Reflect a Nautical Theme,”  The Kansas City Star, May 18, 1995.
Kevin Lynch, “Print-makers Make It Big,” The Capital Times, June 1, 1995.
1994 Kevin Lynch, “Ghost Haunt Arist’s Work,” The Capital Times, April, 28, 1994.
Susan Blocker, “Working in Tandem Draws Artists,” Wisconsin State Journal, May 1, 1994.
Cathy Curtis, “Art Review: ‘Sculptors’ Look Good on Paper Show of Prints and Drawings Reveal Some Interesting Paths to 3-D,” Los Angeles Times, December 10, 1994.
1993 “Brush Up On Madison Galleries,” Wisconsin State Journal, January 8, 1993.
Lee Fleming, “In the Coils of the Serpent,” The Washington Post, February 13, 1993.
Paul Richard, “Soul Survivor: Sam Gilliam, the Last of the color Painters, Toughs it Out in D.C.,” February 28,1993.
Alice Thorsen, “Morgan Scores With Great Double Header,”Kansas City Star, Mar 18, 1993.
Deanne Pearson, “Review” The Forum Magazine, April 17, 1993.
Kevin Lynch, “Tandem’s Star is Rising,” The Capital Times, August, 19, 1993.
1992 Ina Pasch, “Artist’s Passage: Printmaker Enjoys Journey’s to Tandem,” Wisconsin State Journal, February 6, 1992..
“Robert Stackhouse at Morgan Gallery/C.I.A.E.” (cover image), Art Now International Gallery Guide May 1992.
Ina Pash, “New Acquistions on Exhibit at Elvehjem Museum of Art,” Wisconsin State Journal, May 9, 1993.
JoAnn Lewis, “Bidding Their Works Goodbye: Creditors’ Auction Today Has Local Artists Upset,” The Washington Post, December 12 1992.
Eric Brace, :Arts Beat: Creditable Deals at Sloan’s,” The Washington Post, December 14, 1992.
1991 “Stackhouse Show Opens Friday,” Daily News, West Chester, PA, April 10, 1991.
Gary Mullinax, “A Voyage to Common Places,” Sunday News Journal, April 21, 1991.
Victoria Donohoe, “Common Places is Theme of Stackhouse Exhibition,” Philadelphia Inquirer, April 28, 1991.
Edward J. Sozanski, “Ships and Snakes in Stackhouses’ Mid-Career Works,” Philadelphia Inquirer, May 2, 1991.
Elleb Goldman Frasco, “Hands-On Fun, From Turtles to Tales,” The Philadelphia Inquirer, May 4, 1991.
Phil Toman, “Common Places’ Exhibit at Delaware Art Museum,” Newark Post, May 16, 1991.
Carolyn Roland, “Common Places: Painting and Sculpture by Robert Stackhouse,” Art Matters, June 1991.
Vivien Raynor, “Art: The Works of an Artist Said to have ‘Retired’ from Painting,” The New York Times, August 4, 1991.
Mary Ann Marger, “Shipshape Show Drops Anchor,” St. Petersburg Times, November 8, 1991.
“Stackhouse Commission Dedicated at University,” Hawaii Artreach, Vol.7, No. 5, November/December 1991.
Sidney Lawrence, “Sculpting the Land at Oliver Ranch,” Garden Design Magazine, Dec 1991.
1990 Ron Ronck, “Abstract Meeting Reality” The Honolulu Advertiser, January, 24, 1990.
Leslie Leubbers, “Project Portfolios: The 25th National Print Exhibition” Collectors Newsletter, Jan-Feb 1990.
Catherine Bedard, “Territoires d’artistes: Paysages verticaux,” Parachute (Montreal), No. 57, January, February, March 1990.
Louise Dery, “Depuis Qu’ily Y A Des “Vides”" Dans Le Paysage De Quebec,” Musees, Societe des Musees Quebecois, Montreal, No. 1, Fevrier 1990.
Joy Hakanson Colby, “Robert Stackhouse.”  The Detroit News, April 12, 1990.
Marsha Miro, “Sculptor Reaches Back into History and Makes a Natural Connection” Detroit Free Press, April 20, 1990.
Paul Clements, “Ship Shapes,” Museum & Arts Washington, November/December 1990.
Ann Glen Crowe, “Robert Stackhouse,” Art Papers, Vol. 14, No. 6, November/December 1990.
Michael Welzenbach, “Stackhouse’s Intricate Inventiveness,” The Washington Post, Dec 8, 1990.
Deborah Yellin, “Robert Stackhouse.” ArtNews, December 1990.
Mary Swift, “Robert Stackhouse and Mary Beth Edelson” Washington Review, Dec/Jan 1990.
1989 Michael Brenson, “Review/Art: Sculptors Using the Wall as Venue and Inspiration,” The New York Times, February 24. 1989.
Jean Lawlor Cohen, “Down to the Renwick in Ships, “Museum & Arts Washington, Mar/Ap 1998.
Alan G. Artner, “Review,” Chicago Tribune, April 5, 1989.
Michael Weizenbach, :Nautical Visions: When Artists’ Imaginations Set Sail,” The Washington Post, April 9, 1989.
Jane Addams Allen, “A Feeling Kind of Artist,” The Washington Times, April 10, 1989.
Jane Addams Allen, “Cast Your Anchor at Renwick’s Boat Show,” The Washington Times, April 10, 1989.
JoAnn Lewis, “Outdoors, Comers from the Corcoran,” The Washington Post, April 22, 1989.
Michael Kilian, “Something to Sea,” Chicago Tribune, May 9, 1989.
John Zinsser, “Stackhouse Sculpture and Watercolor,” The Washington Times, May 11, 1989.
Andrea Silverman, “Robert Stackhouse at Dolan/Maxwell Gallery” ArtNews, May 1989.
“Prints and Photographs Published,” The Print Collector’s Newsletter, July-August 1989.
Lisa Hammel, “Now Voyages” American Craft Magazine, August/September 1989.
Michael Weizenbach, “30 Shows Around Town:  From Dupont to Downtown, The Season Opens,” The Washington Post, September 9, 1989.
Paul Richard, “Gathering Forces: D.C.’s Lightning Bolt,” The Washington Post, Sept 12, 1989.
Alan G. Artner, “Review,” Chicago Tribune, September 22, 1989.
John Zinsser, “Robert Stackhouse at Dolan/Maxwell,” Art in America, October 1989.
Michael Kimmelman, “At a Show Featuring Prints, the Subject is Ambition” The New York Times, October 6, 1989.
Edward Sozanski, “On Galleries,”  The Philadelphia Inquirer, October 6, 1989.
Edward Sozanski, “A Nakashina Retrospective,” The Philadelphia Inquirer, October 15, 1989.
Richard Martel and Regis Durand, “Territoires D’Artistes,” Inter, Quebec, No. 45, 1989.
1988 Joyce Pomeroy Schwartz, “Public Art,” in Encyclopedia of Architecture, Design, Engineering & Construction, Volume 4 for The American Institute of Architects (New York:  John Wiley & Sons, 1988).
Suzanne Muchnic, “La Cienega Area,” Los Angeles Times, June 10, 1988.
Paul Richard, “At the Corcoran, A Four Star Show” The Washington Post, October 18, 1988.
“Corrections,” The Washington Post, October 19, 1988.
“Critics’ Picks,” The Washington Post, October 23, 1988.
Michael Brenson, “A Sculptor to Represent U. S. at Sao Paulo Biennale,” The New York Times, November 22, 1988.
1987 Paul Richard, “Slashing Sculptures: Spaulding’s Fierce Esthetic at Baumgartner’s,” The Washington Post, May 9, 1987.
Michael Brenson, “City As Sculpture Garden: Seeing the New and Daring,” The New York Times, July 17, 1987.
Associated Press, “A Splashy Show of Art in Brazil,” The Philadelphia Inquirer, Nov 20, 1987.
Marlise Simons, “Utopia Versus Reality in Brazil’s Art Biennial,” New York Times, Dec 9. 1987.
1986 Colin Gardner, “La Cienega Area,” Los Angeles Times, February 14, 1986.
Paul Richard, “Ins & Outs At the Hirshhorn, The Washington Post, May 18, 1986.
Paul Richard, “The Hirshorn’s Harvest,” The Washington Post, November 18, 1986.
“The Best of Art in 1986,” The Washington Post, December 28, 1986.
1985 Suzanne Muchnic, “Intriguing Sum of Parts,” Los Angeles Times, January 20, 1985.
1984 Corine Robbins, The Pluralist Era (New York: Harper & Row, 1984).
Vivien Raynor, “Contemporary Art in Middletown,”  The New York Times, February 12, 1984.
Benjamin Forgey, “The Hirshhorn’s Big Draw,” The Washington Post, March 15, 1984.
Jan Addams Allen, “The New Master of Drawing Power,”Washington Times, Mar 16. 1984.
Grace Glueck, “Art, Beauties and Beasts at the Pratt Gallery,” New York Times, Apr 6, 1984.
Paul Richard, “Green’s Persistent Poise,” The Washington Post, April 28, 1984.
John Russell, “Art: Thoughts of Spring and Grand Tour Views,” New York Times, My 27, 1984.
Timothy Rub, “Review,” Arts Magazine, September 1984.
1983 Michael Brenson, “Art People: Reopening the 1960′s,” New York Times, Jan 14, 1983.
Valerie Brooks, “Sculpture Invitational” Flash Art, May 1983.
Grace Glueck, “Brooklyn Bridge Unveils its Own Gallery,” New York Times, My 27, 1983.
John Russell, “Art: Thoughts of Spring and Grand Tour Views,” New York Times, My 27, 1983.
Paul Richard, “It’s a Draw: Sculptors on Paper,” The Washington Post, November 19, 1983.
1982 John Cadwell, “Neuberger Show Off Permanent Works,” New York Times, Feb 28, 1982.
Vivien Raynor,  “Two Group Shows,” The New York Times, April 23, 1982.
JoAnn Lewis, “Fairing Well in Chicago,” The Washington Post, May 18, 1982.
“Citysite Sculptures,” Artview, Visual Arts Ontario, May/June 1982.
Barbara McLennan, “Citysite Sites,” Toronto Life, June 1982.
John Bently Mays, “Citysite Under Construction,” The Globe and Mail, June 5, 1982.
Paul Richard, “Hints of Dreams and Charms,” The Washington Post, June 10, 1982.
JoAnn Lewis, “Flamboyant Offerings of Pavillions for Pleasure,” Washington Post, Jy 24, 1982.
Benjamin Forgey, “:The Best building in Washington,” The Washington Post, July 31, 1982.
Micky Donnelly, “Lofting It,” Circa, July-August 1982.
Heather Hatch, “Citysite-The Final Stage,” Artview, Visual Arts, Ontario, Canada, Fall 1982.
Alan Hayakawa, “Stackhouse’s Ships are Vessels for the Imagination,” Oregonian, September 30, 1982.
“Museums,” The Washington Post, November 5, 1982.
JoAnn Lewis, “Galleries,” The Washington Post, November 11, 1982.
“Galleries,” The Washington Post, November 19, 1982.
1981 David Shirley, “A Horizon Created of Wood,” The New York Times, January 4, 1981.
Ann Wooster-Sargent, “Review” Art in America, February 1981.
“Other Business: New on the Gallery Tour,” The New York Times, March 8, 1981.
“Austria’s Arik Brauer,” The Washington Post, August 15, 1981.
Judy Vick, “The Old Gray Corporation Ain’t What She Used To Be,” Minneapolis Star, September 1981.
Edie Cohen, “Prudential North Central Operations Center,” (Cover Image), Interior Design, October 1981.
Corrine Robbins, “Sculpture Now, 1974-79,” Arts Magazine, November 1981.
Lynne Dietrich, “Art Paradoxes Explored in Show,” Tampa Tribune, November 30, 1981.
1980 Jerry Herman, “Robert Stackhouse,” Arts Magazine, June 1980.
“Galleries,” The Washington Post, April 11, 1980.
Paul Richard, “Article 1-No Title,” The Washington Post, April 12, 1980.
“Galleries,” The Washington Post, April 18, 1980.
JoAnn Lewis, “Paintings for the Partners,” The Washington Post, September 7, 1980.
“Robert Stachouse Drawings and Sculpture,” O.C.D. News, Nassau County, Vol. 8, No. 3, 1980.
1979 Alan Artner, “Review,” Chicago Tribune, February 23, 1979.
Robbie Erlich, “Robert Stackhouse: Sculpture Now” Arts Magazine, December 1979.
April Kingsly, “Review” The Village Voice, May 28, 1979.
Mike Hannon, “Sailings,”  The View, Winter 1979.
Karen Hardner, “Symbolic Ship at Waters Edge:  Stackhouse Conveys Passage.” Spectator, (Eau Claire, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin at Eau Claire, 1979).
1978 William Hegemen, “Minneapolis: Sculpture to Walk Through” ArtNews, 1978.
Wendy Hoffman, “Robert Stackhouse,” The New Art Examiner, February 1978.
“News-Welcome to the World of Aycock, Stackhouse,” The Cranbrook Quarterly, Aug 1978.
JoAnn Lewis, “Photorealism With a Naturalist’s Touch and a Newcomer Worth Watching, The Washington Post, November 18, 1978.
David Shirley,”Engaging Construction,” The New York Times, November 26, 1978.
1977 Paul Richard, “From Trendy Commnnents To Timeless Images,” The Washington Post, March 15, 1977.
William Miller,”Trash-Filled Land in the Inner City May Soon Become Lots of Art,” Cleveland Plain Dealer, March 20, 1977.
Helen Cullinan, “Environmental Sculptures Shaping UP: Neighbors Aid Outdoor Art,” Sunday Plain Dealer, , Cleveland, Ohio.
Dick Wooten, “Outdoor Art Brightening the City” The Cleveland Press, May 28, 1977.
“Freiluft-Kunst in kie Slums,”  Der Spiegal, August 8, 1977.
France Morin, “Artpark 1977,” Parachute, Autumn 1977.
Richard Olsenis, “Walker Art Center Opens Fall Sculptural Show,” Minneapolis Tribune, October 2, 1977.
Eileen Thalenberg, “Site Work:  Some Sculptures at Artpark,” Arts Canada, Oct.-Nov 1977.
Darlene Pfister,  “A Story in Pictures: A Sunday Afternoon at the Walker Art Center.” Minneapolis Tribune, November 26, 1977.
Nancy Toblin Willig, “The Nation:  the Season at Artpark.” ArtNews, November 1977.
1976 Jean-Louis Bourgeoise, “Review,” Art in America, January-February 1976.
Paul Richard, “Galleries,” The Washington Post, April 21, 1976.
Ann Sargent-Wooster, “Review,” ArtNews, November 1976.
“Calendar,” The Washington Post, November 26, 1976.
David Bourdon, “Robert Stackhouse: On the Trail of Legend,” Arts Magazine, December 1976.
Phil Patton, “Review,” Artforum, December 1976.
1975 Paul Richard, ” ‘Appropriate Art’ for a Pristine Metro,” Washington Post, Mar 15, 1975.
Paul Richard, “Corcoran Gallery: Been Down So Long, It’s Great To Be Up,” The Washington Post, April 27, 1975.
1974 Ben Forgey, “Review,” ArtNews, January 1974.
Gene Baro, “A Look at Life Straight-On,” The Washington Post, June 1, 1974.
1973 Donna Ari and Cynthia Field, “Beau-Arts Tradition at the Corcoran,” Museum News, No. 54, Jan-Feb 1973.
Gary Arnold, “Ceasar Est Omnis Divisus in Partes X,” The Washington Post, Times Herald, May 19, 1973.
“Gallery,” The Washington Post, Times Herald, November 9, 1973.
“Gallery,” The Washington Post, Times Herald, November 23, 1973.
“Gallery,” The Washington Post, Times Herald, November 30, 1973.
“Gallery,” The Washington Post, Times Herald, December 7, 1993.
1972 Roy Slade, “Report from Washington,” Studio International, January 1972.
Paul Richard, “Evocative Wooden Form,” The Washington Post, Times Herald, March 25, 1972.Susan Sollins, “Washington Report,” Arts Magazine, September-October 1972.
1971 Douglas Davis, “Washington,” Arts Magazine, February 1971.
1970 Paul Richard, “A Depressing Exhibition of Washington Artist’s Work,” The Washington Post, Times Herald, May 17, 1970.
Paul Richard, “Sculpture At the Corcaran, Washington Post, Times Herald, Oct 18, 1970.
Paul Richard, “Neither Somber Nor Sacred,” Washington Post, Times Herald, Dec 3, 1970.

Visiting Artist/Lectures/Juror
2010
Public Art Expert Webinar, (w/Robert Stackhouse), Klien Art Works, Chicago, IL
Carol Mickett and Robert Stackhouse, Artist Table, Morean Art Center, St.Petersburg, FL
2009 Public Art, (w/Carol Mickett), The Holmberg Arts Leadership Institute, Allied Arts, Chattanooga, TN.
Keynote and Juror (w/Carol Mickett), Midsouth Sculpture Alliance Conf, Chattanooga, TN.
Keynote, Hillsborough County Public Schools Art Teachers, (w/Carol Mickett), USF-Tampa, Tampa, FL.
2008 MACAA, Keynote Address (w/Carol Mickett), Herron School of Art, Indianapolis, IN.
Harper College, Palatine, IL.
Polk Art Museum, Lakeland, FL.
Art and Business, Keynote Address (w/ Carol Mickett), Self-employment in the Arts Conference, University of Tampa, Tampa FL.
2005 St. Petersburg Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, FL.
University of South Florida, Tampa, FL.
University of Tennessee, (w/Carol Mickett), Knoxville, TX.
2004 Indianapolis Art Center, (w/Carol Mickett), Indianapolis, IN.
2003 East Carolina University, Greenville, NC.
North Carolina State Art Educators Conference, Durham, NC.
University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, WI.
2002 University of Missouri-St. Louis, St. Louis, MO.
Heron School of Art, Indianapolis, IN.
Hunter Museum of Art, Chattanooga, TN.
2001 University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL
University of Arizona, Tucson, AR.
University of Hartford, Hartford, CT.
National Society of Arts and Letters, Small Sculpture Competition, Kansas City, MO.
2000 Cortona International Symposium, Lamar Dodd School of Art, University of Georgia, Cortona, Italy.
Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI.
Kalamazoo Institute of the Arts, Kalamazoo, MI.
Augusta State University, Augusta, GA.
1999 Morris Museum, Augusta, GA.
1998 University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS.
Albrecht Kemper Museum, St. Joseph, MO.
1997 Drury College, Springfield, MO.
Southwest Missouri State University, Springfield, MO
School of Art, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL.
1996 Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO.
Illinois Wesleyan Univerisity, Bloomington, IL.
Illinois State University, Normal, IL
Emporia State University, Emporia, KS
Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR.
Corcoran School of Art, Washington D.C.
1995 Hallmark Cards, Inc. Kansas City, MO.
1994 Universityof Wyoming, Laramie, WY
1993 University of Colorado, Boulder, CO.
1992 University of Denver, Denver, CO.
1991 University of South Flordia, Tampa, FL.
1990 University of Hawaii, Manoa, HI.
Madison Art Center, Madison, WI.
1989 Yale University, New Haven, CT.
1987 San Antonio Art Institute, San Antonio, TX.
1986 University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA.
1985 University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, AL.
University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI.
Glassell School of Art, Houston, TX.
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA.
1984 Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.
Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA.
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
1983 University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
Illinois State University, Normal, IL.
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA.
1982 School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL.
Art Gallery of Toronto, Toronto, Canada
Portland Center for the Visual Arts, Portland, OR.
Portland Museum of Art, Portland, OR.
1981 Nassau County Museum of Fine Art, Roslyn, NY.
University of South Flordia, Tampa, FL.
1980 Plevin, Bulgaria.
State University of New York, Fredonia, NY.
Ohio University, Athens, OH.
1979 Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA.
Northwestern University, Evanson, II.
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN.
University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, WI.
Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA.
Kean College, Newark, NJ.
Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY.
1978 Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hill, MI.
Brown University, Providence, RI.
1977 The New Gallery of Contemporary Art, Cleveland, OH.
Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH.
Artpark, Lewiston, NY.
Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland, OH.

Education
1967
University of Maryland, M.A.
1965 University of South Florida, B.A.

Academic Appointments
2000-03
Lamar Dodd Distinguished Chair, Lamar Dodd School of Art, University of Georgia, Athens, GA.
2001 Richard Koopman Distinguished Chair, Hartford School of Art, University of Hartford, Hartford, CT.
1992 Leo Block Honorary Chair, University of Denver, Denver, CO.
1997 Visiting Professor, Department of Architecture, Drury College, Springfield, MO.
1996 Visiting Professor, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO.
1994
Visiting Professor, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL.
1966-87 Professor, Professor Emeritus, & Chair, B.F.A. Program, Corcoran School of Art, Washington, D.C.