Dornith Doherty



Born in Houson, Tx
Currently resides in Dallas, Tx
M.F. A., Photography, Yale University, New Haven, CT
B. A., cum laude, Spanish and French, Rice University, Houston, Texas
Institute for the Advancement of the Arts Fellowship, University of North Texas
Research and Creativity Enhancement Grant, University of North Texas
Research Opportunity Program Grant, University of North Texas
Nature Conservancy, in kind support: Southmost Preserve, Cameron County, Texas
Research Opportunity Program Grant/Faculty Development University of North Texas
Japan Foundation Grant
University of North Texas Faculty Research Grant
Stewart Professional Fund Grant
Developing Scholar Award, University of North Texas
United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Artist-in-Residence Program, Joshua Tree National Park, California
William J. Fulbright Lecture/Research Grant to Mexico, Universidad de las Americas, Universidad Iberoamericana, Instituto Nacional de Astrofísica, Óptica, Electronica
Indiana Arts Commission Individual Artist Master Fellowship
Society for Contemporary Photography Fellowship
Arts Council of Indianapolis Recognition Grant
IUPUI Summer Faculty Fellowship
Ward Cheney Memorial Award, Yale University
Houston Center for Photography Fellowship
2007 – Present
Professor of Photography
1996 – 2007
Associate Professor of Photography
College of Visual Arts and Design, University of North Texas
1994 – 1996
Associate Professor of Photography
1988 - 1994
Assistant Professor of Photography
Herron School of Art, Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis
1982 - 1986
Photography Coordinator, Rice University Media Center, Houston, Texas
Cache, McMurtrey Gallery, Houston, TX
Stockpile, New Photographs by Dornith Doherty, Holly Johnson Gallery, Dallas, Texas
Dornith Doherty at Mid Career, Encuentros Abiertos Photography Biennial, Buenos Aires, Argentina
VAULT, by Dornith Doherty, UNT on the Square Gallery, Denton, Texas
Dornith Doherty at Mid-Career: Photographs 2007-2010, Galveston Arts Center, Galveston, Texas
Dornith Doherty at Mid-Career: Photographs 2007-2010, Martin Museum of Art, Baylor University, Waco, Texas
Archiving Eden II, Holly Johnson Gallery, Dallas, Texas
Archiving Eden, McMurtrey Gallery, Houston, Texas
Dornith Doherty, National Center for Genetic Resources Preservation, Fort Collins, Colorado
Altered Terrain, Holly Johnson Gallery, Dallas, Texas
Dornith Doherty: New Work, McMurtrey Gallery, Houston, Texas
Dornith Doherty Rio Grande: Agua Quemada/Burnt Water, FotoFest 2006, Houston, Texas
Dornith Doherty, McMurtrey Gallery, Houston, Texas
Dornith Doherty, Temporal Screens, Images from Kyoto, Gerald Peters Gallery, Dallas, Texas
Dornith Doherty, Fotografie, Galerie Lužánky, Brno, Czech Republic
Exploring the Rio Grande: Color Photography by Dornith Doherty, Pillsbury and Peters Fine Art, Dallas, Texas
Dornith Doherty, Uncanny Landscapes, Isis Gallery, University of Notre Dame, South Bend, Indiana
Southern Light Gallery, Amarillo, Texas
Dornith Doherty, Photographs, Kilgore College, Kilgore, Texas
Liquid, new work by Dornith Doherty, James Gallery, Houston, Texas
Dornith Doherty, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas
Misnomers, McDonough Museum of Art, Youngstown, Ohio
Dornith Doherty, New Work, Brookhaven College, Farmer’s Branch, Texas
Dornith Doherty, Center for the Visual Arts, Denton, Texas
Voices: Recent Work by Dornith Doherty, University Gallery, Texas A&M
University-Commerce, Commerce, Texas
Fragmentary Evolutions, James Gallery, Houston
Constructing Identity, Southern Arkansas University Art Gallery, Magnolia, Arkansas
Dornith Doherty, Traces, University of Notre Dame Photography Gallery, Notre Dame, Indiana
Re-enchanting Nature, Society for Contemporary Photography Gallery, Kansas City, Missouri
Dornith Doherty, New Color Work, Rice University Media Center, Houston, Texas
Dornith Doherty: Science Projects, Sinclair College, Dayton, Ohio
Dornith Doherty, Mysterious Spaces, Norton Center at Centre College, Danville, Kentucky
Earth Now, American Photographers and the Environment, New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico
Confined, The Blue Coat, Liverpool, England.
Science, Poetry and the Photographic Image, Trois Gallery, SCAD, Atlanta, Georgia
Edge of Life | Forest Pathology ● Art, The Cole Arts Center, Nacogdoches, Texas
Rice University Media Center 40th Anniversary Exhibition, Rice University, Houston, Texas
Back and Forth, Holly Johnson Gallery, Dallas, Texas
Flash, CADD Art Lab, Dallas, Texas
Nature Perceived, Nature Conceived, Williams Tower Gallery, Houston, Texas
(Un)natural Worlds, Rockport Center for the Arts, Rockport, Texas
Arbor, Michael Mazzeo Galllery, New York, New York
Yuma Symposium 30th Anniversary Exhibition, Yuma Art Center Museum, Yuma, Arizona
Back in Red, McMurtrey Gallery, Houston, Texas
Pictures of Things: Contemporary Still Life Photography, Visual Arts Center,
Portsmouth, Virginia
FATHOM: Exploring the Depths of Water as Concept, Content, and Context, San Marcos Art Gallery, Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas
CADD ArtFair 2008, Holly Johnson Gallery, Dallas, Texas.
UNT/TCU Conversations Luther Smith and Dornith Doherty: Reverberations on Landscapes, UNT Artspace, Fort Worth, Texas
Water on the Edge: Six Photographers, Environmental Sciences Gallery, UNT
CADD ArtFair 2007, Holly Johnson Gallery, Dallas, Texas
25th Anniversary Print Auction and Exhibition, Houston Center for Photography, Houston, TX
A Touch of Red, McMurtrey Gallery, Houston, TX
Dornith Doherty / Serena Lin Bush, University of Texas at Arlington Art Gallery, Arlington, Texas
Silver Retrospective Exhibition, Houston Center for Photography, Houston, TX
Past/Present, Vanderbilt University Art Gallery, Nashville, TN
Yuma Art Center Museum, Yuma, Arizona
Women in Print, El Centro Community College Art Gallery, Dallas, Texas
Crossroads: Points of Transition and Intersection, Nicholls State University Art Gallery, Thibodaux, Louisiana
Reconstruction: Making Pictures, University of Texas at San Antonio Satellite Gallery, San Antonio, Texas
Small Matters, Gerald Peters Fine Art, Dallas, Texas
Free Scapes, Gerald Peters Fine Art, Dallas, Texas
Artifacts, Midwestern State University Art Gallery, Wichita Falls, Texas
Summer Focus, Bassetti Fine Art Photographs
Managing Eden, Center for Photography at Woodstock, New York
Texas Women Photographers, Curated by Anne Tucker and Clint Willour, Women and Their Work Gallery, Austin, Texas; Galveston Art Center, Galveston, Texas; Houston Center for Photography, Houston, Texas; Grace Museum, Abilene, Texas
Inside Outside, Texas Women Photographers, Women and Their Work, Austin, Texas
Sprawl: Aspects of Human Agency in the Landscape, Arlington Museum of Art, Arlington, Texas (3 person exhibition)
FotoFest: Dornith Doherty, John Sparagana, & Anne Stautberg, James Gallery, Houston, Texas
Modalities of the Visible: A Survey of Contemporary Art in North Texas, New Forum Gallery, BCCA, Dallas, Texas
20th Anniversary Exhibition, Houston Center for Photography, Houston, Texas
Dan Rangland and Dornith Doherty, Bassetti Fine Art Photographs, New Orleans, Louisiana
Texas Tall Tales, Photographs Do Not Bend Gallery, Dallas, Texas
Nature & Artifice, Three Texas Photographers, Ameen Art Gallery, Nicholls State University, Thibodaux, L
10x2+2: 22 Texas Artists, DiverseWorks Gallery, Houston, Texas
FotoFest 2000, James Gallery, Houston, Texas
IndiCollects, Herron Art Gallery, Indianapolis, Indiana
Spectres: Dornith Doherty and Sybil Miller, Bannister Gallery, Rhode Island College, Providence, Rhode Island
Flora and Fauna, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas
The Shelf-life of Objects: Contemporary Still Life Photography, University of Texas-Dallas, Dallas, Texas
Material World, James Gallery, Houston, Texas
Blurred Boundaries, Winter Street Art Center, Houston, Texas
Reunion, James Gallery, Houston, Texas
Dornith Doherty/Kristy Deetz, Rosewood Art Centre Gallery, Kettering, Ohio
Dornith Doherty/John C. Nelson, New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art, New Harmony, Indiana
Revelation, Dallas Visual Art Center, Dallas, Texas
Introductions: Contemporary Texas Photographers, Fort Worth Contemporary Art Center, Fort Worth, Texas
Flora Bella, Galveston Arts Center, Galveston, Texas
Dornith Doherty/Mark Merline, Mt. Vernon Nazarene College Art Gallery, Mt. Vernon, Ohio
Animalia: Photographs by Six Texas Artists, Art Museum of Southeast Texas, Beaumont, Texas
International Photography Educators Exhibition, LRC Gallery, Sinclair College, Dayton, Ohio
Photography in Mexico, List Art Center, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island
Indiana University All Campus Art Exhibition, Indiana University Art Museum, Bloomington, Indiana
Indiana Arts Commission Fellowship Exhibition, Indiana State Office Building, Indianapolis, Indiana
Photographic Art: Current Forms, Indiana University Southeast, New Albany, Indiana
Photography for the Nineties, Sheldon Swope Art Museum, Terre Haute, Indiana
Photo National, Zoller Gallery, Pennsylvania State University, (traveling)
Photography: Nine for the Nineties, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, Indiana
Suspect Terrain, Eiteljorg Museum of American Indian and Western Art, Indianapolis, Indiana
Extinction is Forever, Liberty Gallery Invitational, Liberty Gallery, Louisville, Kentucky
35 Contemporary Artists, University of Nebraska Art Gallery, Lincoln, Nebraska
Carl Robert Pope & Dornith Doherty, Photographs, Indiana State Museum, Indianapolis, Indiana
Evocative Presence: Greater Lafayette Museum of Art Invitational Color Photography Exhibition, Greater Lafayette Museum of Art, Lafayette, Indiana
Indiana Women Artists: An Invitational Show, Editions Limited Gallery, Indianapolis, Indiana
Photography, The Next Generation, ASUC Art Studio, University of California, Berkeley, California
Omnibus ’89, an Exhibition of Recent Work by Ten Mid-Career Artists from Indiana, Alaska, New York, and California, Herron Gallery, Indianapolis, Indiana
Thesis exhibition, Yale University Art and Architecture Gallery
Keynote Speaker at the National Photography Symposium in Liverpool, England.
“Artist’s Eye”, Kimbell Art Museum, Ft Worth, Texas
“Burnt Water/Agua Quemada: The Rio Grande Project”, International Photographic Research Network Conference: Shifts, Jyväskyla, Finland University of Texas at Arlington Art Gallery Panelist, “Straight from the Heart”, SPESC, Nashville, TN
“Digital Imaging” American Women Artist Association Conference, Women’s Museum, Dallas, Texas
Society for Photographic Education Regional Conference Panelist, “On the Road”, St. Louis, Missouri
Women’s Museum, Dallas, Texas
Literature, Culture, and Environment: Positioning Ecocriticism, Conference panelist, Muenster, Germany
American Popular Culture Association National Conference
Grace Museum
Galveston Arts Center
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Notre Dame University
Panelist, CIRLA conference, Banff, Canada
Society for Photographic Education National Conference panel member Nicholls State University
University of Louisville
Texas A&M University
Session Co- Chair, American Studies Association National Conference
University of New Mexico-Albuquerque
Rhode Island College
University of Texas at Arlington
University of Texas at Dallas, panelist, The Shelf-life of Objects
Contemporary Art Center of Fort Worth
Revelation exhibition, Dallas Visual Art Center
UT-Dallas panelist, Women, Photography and Related Technologies
Society for Photographic Education National Conference, Moderator, La
Frontera: Convergence/Divergence Panel
New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art
Co-moderator, New Technology/New Generation panel, Society for Photographic Education Regional Conference, Texas Tech University
North Texas Area Art League
Art Museum of Southeast Texas, panelist: Animalia exhibition
Featured speaker: Society for Photographic Education South Central Regional Conference
Universidad Iberoamericana-Sta. Fe
Universidad de las Americas-Puebla Instituto Nacional de Astrofisica, Optica y Electronica
Sheldon Swope Art Museum
Eiteljorg Museum of American Indian and Western Art
Bowling Green State University
Indiana University, Bloomington
Photo Venture Organization
Indianapolis Art League Panelist, “Recontextualizing Reality”, Society for Photographic Education Midwest Regional Conference
Eiteljorg Museum of American Indian and Western Art: Lecture, “Contemporary Western Landscape Photography”
Indiana State Museum
Greater Lafayette Museum of Art
The Urban University in the 21st Century Symposium: Lecture, “Computers and Photography”, Indianapolis, Indiana
Photo Venture Organization: “Contemporary Issues in Photography”
Centre College, Danville, Kentucky
Art Museum of Southeast Texas, Beaumont, Texas
Capital One, Dallas, Texas
Centro de Fotografía de Tenerife, Isla de Tenerife, Spain
City of Denton, Texas
Federal Reserve Bank, Houston Branch, Houston, Texas
Goldman-Sachs, New York, New York
Golin-Harris, Inc., Washington, D.C.
Harrah’s Casino, New Orleans, Louisiana
Hotel Lumen, Dallas, Texas
Martin Museum of Art, Baylor University, Waco, Texas
Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minnesota
Museet Fotokunst, Odense, Denmark
Museum of Fine Arts, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas
Museum of Texas Tech University, Texas
National Center for Genetic Resources Preservation, Fort Collins, Colorado
Sheldon Swope Art Museum, Fort Wayne, Indiana
Sprint Corporation, Overland Park, Kansas
University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio, Texas
W Hotel, Dallas, Texas
Yale University Library, New Haven Connecticut
Seedbank Vaults Hedge Against Apocalypse, Wired Magazine, By Pete Brook
EARTH NOW: American Photographers and the Environment, Fraction Magazine, By Katherine Ware.
Documenting the World’s Botanical Reserves- An interview with Dornith Doherty, FiniteFoto Magazine, Melanie McWhorter.
New Mexico exhibit Redifines Landscape photography,
Dornith Doherty, Mas Que Mil Palabras Buenos Aires Arts Chanel, Buenos Aires, Argentina
DORNITH DOHERTY: Vault, Elizabeth Avedon,
VAULT, Denton Record Chronicle
Archiving the Global Seed Vault, KERA Think
Federal Reserve Bank Houston Branch Collection of Art Catalogue
Arbor, Michael Mazzeo Gallery
The Art Collection at the University of Texas at San Antonio
Weber, Joanna, Altered Terrain, Holly Johnson Gallery
Estrada-Berg, Victoria, UNT/TCU: Conversations Reverberations on Landscapes, UNT Artspace FW Galllery
Tyson, Janet, “Dornith Doherty and Serena Lin Bush”, The Gallery at the University of Texas at Arlington.
Lehtonen, Kimmo editor, Doherty,Dornith,  “The Rio Grande Project: Burnt Water/Agua Quemada”
Archives in Dialogue and New Identities in Documentarism, The Center for Creative Photography &IPRN Group.
FotoFest 2006, The Earth/Artists Respond to Violence, FotoFest  International, pp104-107.
Photography Quarterly, Center for Photography at Woodstock
London, Upton, Stone, Kobre, Brill. Photography, 8th Edition, Prentice Hall, New Jersey: 2004.
ARTifacts, Van Ael, Peter. Midwestern State University Art Gallery, 2004.
Photography Quarterly, Center for Photography at Woodstock.
Managing Eden, published by UNT Art Gallery.
Houston Center for Photography Print Auction Catalog.
Parsons, Sara-Jayne, Sprawl: Aspects of Human Agency in the Landscape. Arlington Museum of Art, Arlington, Texas.
Kalil, Susie. Liquid. James Gallery, Houston, Texas: 2001.
Waligore, Marilyn, The Shelf-Life of Objects, Contemporary Still Life Photography, University of Texas at Dallas Art Gallery, 2000.
Newman, David, Dornith Doherty, The Artifice of Nature, The Nature of Artifice, Brookhaven College Center for the Arts, 2000.
FotoFest 2000, The Eighth International Festival of Photography. FotoFest International, Houston, Texas: 2000.
FotoFest ‘98, The Seventh International Festival of Photography. FotoFest International, Houston: 1998. Essay by Joanna Weber, Associate Curator of European and Contemporary Art at Yale University Art Gallery.
Block, Diana. Revelation. Dallas Visual Art Center, Dallas, Texas: 1998.
Hirsch, Robert. Exploring Color Photography. 3rd edition,William C. Brown, Madison, Wisconsin: 1996.
Caslin, Jean. Animalia: Photographs by Six Texas Artists. Art Museum of Southeast Texas, Beaumont, Texas: 1996.
Jurus, Rick. The first annual Photographic Educators Exhibition: The Cutting Edge in Photographic Education. Sinclair Community College, Daton, Ohio: 1995.
Thomas, J. Thomas. Directions, the First All-Campus Fine Arts Faculty Exhibition from Indiana University. Indiana University Press, Bloominton, Indiana: 1994.
Stainback, Charles. Photonational. Penn State Press: 1993.
Hirsch, Robert. Exploring Color Photography, 2nd edition. William C. Brown, Publishers, Madison, Wisconsin: 1993.
49th Wabash Valley Exhibition. Sheldon Swope Art Museum, Terre Haute, Indiana: 1993.
Current Works 1993. Society for Contemporary Photography, Kansas City, Missouri: 1993.
Enyeart, James, Illuminance ‘93. Lubbock Fine Arts Center, Lubbock, Texas.
Day, Holliday T. Nine for the Nineties. Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, Indiana: 1992
Parsley, Jacque. Extinction is Forever. Liberty Gallery, Louisville, Kentucky: 1992.
Second Annual Photography Exhibition. Maryland Federation of Art, Baltimore, Maryland: 1992.
Erlich, Thomas. Our University in the State: The Arts. Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana: 1992.
Current Works 1991. Society for Contemporary Photography, Kansas City, Missouri: 1991.
US Biennial IV. The University of Oklahoma Museum of Art, Norman, Oklahoma, 1991.
Begley, John, Showcase 1991, A Survey of Regional Art. Louisville Visual Arts Association, Louisville, Kentucky: 1991.
Illuminance, Lubbock Fine Arts Center, Lubbock, Texas: 1989
Photospiva ‘89, Spiva Art Center, Joplin, Missouri: 1989
Ryce, Walter “Super Seed-A fledgling curator leads the opening of her family’s new contemporary art gallery in Monterey.” Monterey County Weekly, 11 April 2012
Carter, Steve. “Image Conscious” Modern Luxury, March 2009, pp. 48-50
Reese, Elizabeth. “Expanding art’s scope”, Corpus Christi Caller Times, September 25, 2009
Britt, Douglas. “Dornith Doherty”, Zest Magazine, Houston Chronicle, May 17, 2009 p. 7
Avedon, Elizabeth. “Dornith Doherty: Archiving Eden”,, June 23, 2009
Hampton, Arthur. “Dornith Doherty at Holly Johnson Gallery,” Dallas Arts Examiner, November 9, 2009
Lawrence, Anne. “Dornith Doherty interview” Art this Week
Terranova, Charissa. “Constructing images with nature’s help”, Dallas Morning News, December 20, 2007. p. E1
Klaasmeyer, Kelly.  “Trees and Rocks, FotoFest Takes on the Earth”, Houston Press, April 13, 2006.
Bo, Li. “Houston FotoFestival, A Communication Platform for Photography”, Chinese Photography pages 59- 63.
Tchmyreya, Irina.  “A Review of FotoFest 2006”, Foto&Video, June 2006, pages 108-113.
Bubnova, Katya, “FotoFest”, Digitweek, St. Petersburg, Russia pages 37-39
Mitchell, Dee.  “Photo Festival Clicks in Houston”, Dallas Morning News, April 5, 2006.
Martin, Merritt. “Kyoto Song” Dallas Observer, March 24, p.31.
Carter, Steve. Modern Luxury- Dallas, October, 2005.
Ali, Atteqa. “Inside/Outside: Texas Women Photographers,” Artlies, Spring 2003, page 68-69.
Van Ryzin, Jean. “A Conference that Clicks with Art”, Austin American Statesman XLENT, March 20, 2003, page 17.
Hepola, Sarah. “Womens’ Work is Never Done”, Austin Chronicle, March 7, 2003.
Dallas Home Design, February, 2003, page 78.
“New Exhibition Opens in Amarillo”, Amarillo Globe-News, October 27, 2002.
Mariani, Anthony. “American Beauty: Arlington Museum of Art Finds the Sparkle in Sprawl”, Fort Worth Weekly, May 2-8, 2002, page 21.
Devine, John. “Dream Catcher”, Houston Press, July 5-11, page 60.
Daniel, Mike. “Texas Tall Tales”, Dallas Morning News, April 4, 2001.
Sime, Tom. ”Camera gives new views of ‘still life’”, Dallas Morning News, January 21, 2000, page 1C.
Richardson News, January 20, 2000, “Shelf-Life: UTD Exhibit on Contemporary Photography is a Mind-blower”.
Gray, Channing. “Images at Bannister”, Providence Journal, December 16, 1999, Live Section, page.13
Parsons, Sara-Jayne. “Human Existence and the Natural World” Spot, the Journal of the Houston Center for Photography, Fall 1999, pages 12-13.
Lindsey, Bryan. “ The Big Picture; Dornith Doherty takes on Nature and Culture in her latest show” Denton Record Chronicle, February, 1999, page 3, 16.
Wayland, Judy. “Voices: Recent Work from Dornith Doherty”, The Commerce Journal, March 10, 1999 page 6A.
Dailey, Catherine S. “Denton Gallery Showcasing Professor’s photography” Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 3-19.
De La Rosa, Ysabel, “Letter from Fort Worth: Teuton for Texas”,
Anspon, Catherine D. “Dornith Doherty at James” Public News, Houston, Texas.
Jesse, Kathy Whyde. “Still Life with Wings: Rosewood Features Magical Art of Dornith Doherty”, Dayton Daily News, April 13, 1997.
“Wide Angle View of Photography”, Dallas Morning News, December 26, 1997, the Guide, page 61.
“Contemporary Photography Displays Varied Techniques”, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, December 28, 1997, Fort Worth, Texas, section G, page 3.
“New Exhibit at Rosewood focuses on Photography”, Kettering-Oakwood Times, April 16, 1997 (no author listed).
Featured artist, Galleries Section, Evansville Courier, May 23, 1997, page 1.
Felps, Paula. “Dentonite to perform in New York”, Denton Record Chronicle, March 30, 1997.
Anspon, Katherine D. “Showcase of Texas Art Opens Downtown”, Public News, Houston, March 12, 1997.
"Animal Images: the Art Museum of Southeast Texas will present “Animalia Photographs by Six Texas Artists”, Beaumont Enterprise, March 29, 1996.
“Dornith Doherty, Reenchanting Nature”, Update: Society for Contemporary Photography, Kansas City, Missouri, June, 1994, page 1.
Mewhinney, Jill and Delaney, Tom. “Doherty explores life’s mysteries”, The Tribune Star, Ft. Wayne, Indiana, February 14, 1993, page 10
Blevins, Kyle. “Suspect Terrain”, Dialogue, January/February 1993
Vallongo, Kathy. “Freezing a Frame for Eternity: Exhibit Showcases Modern American Photography”, Toledo Blade, November 5, 1993
Cowdrick, Charles. “Engendered”, Kansas City, October 1993 Cover Artist, Arts Indiana, October, 1993
Falk, Carole. “Photo exhibit upholds tradition”, The Capital, February 13, 1992.
Harris, Betsy. “Eco-aware exhibit challenges viewers”, The Indianapolis Star, October 20, 1992.
Heilenman, Diane. ”Viewpoints: Two by Two”, The Louisville Courier-Journal, October 4, 1992.
Hoffman, Nan. “Eiteljorg Exhibit Breaks ground as artists explore landscape”, The Indianapolis News, October 22, 1992, page E-1.
Moore, Christine M. “Showcase ‘91 features best of local artists”, The Louisville Cardinal, October 31, 1991.
Heilenman, Diane. “Louisville Art Association Review”, The Courier-Journal, November 3, 1991.
Aoerstner, Abigail. “The Medium’s a Winner Too in ARC Gallery National Exhibit”, Chicago Tribune, February 8, 1991.
Vallongo, Sally. “Quality impresses in photographers’ first national show” The Blade, October 11, 1991.
Calhoon, Sharon. “Vernon Cheek, Dornith Doherty, Linda Robbennolt, Karen Thompson” New Art Examiner, Summer, 1990.
Banner, Keith. “Border Crossing: Indiana Women and Art/Indiana Women Artists, An Invitational Show”, Dialogue, July/August.
Cunningham, Anne. “Doherty, Pope on exhibit: Photographs Give Truth the Eye at Museum” Indianapolis Star, July 8, 1990.
Matter, Kathy. “Exhibit Focuses on Photography”, Lafayette Journal & Courier, March 2, 1990.
Smith, Jim. “Museum Hosts Two New Shows”, Lafayette Leader, March 1, 1990.
Cunningham, Anne. “Herron’s Omnibus is Really Ten Mini Exhibitions” Indianapolis New Times Magazine, September 1989.
Chandler, Marcus. “Seeing the Artistic Spectrum from One End to Another”, Indianapolis Star, October 8, 1989.
Pratt, Julie. “Arts In Review: Omnibus ‘89”, Arts Indiana, December 1989.
Garmel, Marion. “Artist Worked her Way through Grief by Painting”, Indianapolis News, October 12, 1989.
Mannheimer, Steve. “Art League Gives Photographers Day in Sun”, Indianapolis Star, March 26, 1989




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