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Bibliography | Exhibitions of the Work of Bob Camblin 

1955

“Bob Camblin”, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City,
Missouri

1956

“Bob Camblin”, Cottey College, Nevada, Missouri

“Bob Camblin – One-man Show of Paintings and Drawings”
Kansas City, Missouri

1957

“Bob Camblin – Drawings and Paintings”, Kansas City Art
Institute, Kansas City, Missouri

“Fulbright Artists Exhibition”, Schneider Gallery, Rome, Italy

“Exhibition of Self Portraits”, Milan, Italy

“American Federation of Artists’ International Traveling
Show of Students’ Work”

“62nd American Exhibition: Painting and Sculpture”, Art
Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

1958

“Collectors Market Exhibit”, Nelson Gallery of Art, Kansas
City, Kansas

“Childe Hassam Purchase Fund Show”, American Academy of
Arts and Letters, New York, N.Y.

“ART: USA 58”, New York, New York

“Fulbright Painters”, Institute for International Education,
New York, N.Y., including

Whitney Museum of American Art, New Youk City

Akron Art Institute, Akron, Ohio

Deleware Art Center, Wilmington, Delaware

J.B. Speed Art Museum, Louisville, Kentucky

Atlanta Public Library, Atlanta Georgia

Rosicrucian Egyptian Oriental Museum, San Jose, California

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs,
Colorado

Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, California

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan

Lamont Art Gallery, Exeter, New Hampshire

Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Massachusetts

Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts

Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio

Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida

George Thomas Hunter Gallery, Chattanooga, Tennessee

George Peabody College, Nashville, Tennessee

Springfield Art Museum, Springfield, Missouri

Newcomb College, New Orleans, Louisiana

“Provincetown Art Festival, Provincetown, Massachusetts

“153rd Annual American Oil Painting and Sculpture”, Detroit,
Michigan

1959

“Five Artists”, St. Armand’s Gallery, Sarasota, Florida

“Two Fulbright Artists”, Sarasota Art Association, Sarasota,
Florida

1960

“Governor’s All-Florida Show”, John and Mable Ringling
Museum of Art, Sarasota, Florida

“Bob Camblin”, Museum of Art, Sarasota, Florida

“Bob Camblin”, St. Armand’s Gallery, Sarasota, Florida

“Bob Camblin”, Southwestern College, Winfield, Kansas

“Bob Camblin”, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City,
Missouri

1961

“Bob Camblin”, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater,
Oklahoma

“Drawing Show” St. Armand’s Gallery, Sarasota, Florida

1962

“Bob Camblin”, University of Wisconsin, Madison,
Wisconsin

1963

“Group Show”, St. Armand’s Gallery, Sarasota, Florida

1964

“Group Show”, St. Armand’s Gallery, Sarasota, Florida

1965

“Bob Camblin”, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah

“Bob Camblin”, Windsor College, Windsor, Ontario, Canada

“Bob Camblin”, Plumtree Gallery, Salt Lake City, Utah

1966

“Bob Camblin”, Baker University, Baldwin City, Kansas

“Chrysalis Series”, Plumtree Gallery, Salt Lake City, Utah

“Traveling Exhibition”, Minnesota Museum of American Art,
St. Paul, Minnesota,

1967

“Bob Camblin”, Rice University, Allen Center, Houston,
Texas

“Bob Camblin: Recent Drawings”, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of
Art, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma

“Beaumont Annual”, Beaumont, Texas

“Dickinson State College Exhibition”, Dickinson, North
Dakota

Nelson Gallery of Art, Kansas City, Missouri

Norfolk Museum of Art, Norfolk, Virginia

“Seventeenth Southwest Print & Drawing Exhibition”, Dallas
Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas

“Seventeenth Southwest Print & Drawing Exhibition”,
University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI

1968

“Bob Camblin”, Rice University, Houston

“American Drawings 1968”, Moore College of Art,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

“Bob Camblin”, Nelson Gallery of Art, Kansas City, Missouri

1969

“Bob Camblin”, David Gallery, Houston, Texas

“Eighteenth Southwestern Print and Drawing Exhibition”,
Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, (toured 10 museums and
universities), Dallas, Texas

“Bob Camblin”, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin

1970

“Drawings in America”, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas

“St. Paul Annual Drawing Show”, Minnesota Museum of
American Art, St. Paul, Minnesota

“The Highway Show”, Rice University, Houston, Texas

“Drawings from Nine States: A Regional Exhibition”, Museum
of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas

“Bob Camblin”, David Gallery, Houston, Texas

1971

“Project South/Southwest”, Fort Worth Art Center, Fort
Worth, Texas

“Tarrant County Annual”, Fort Worth Art Center, Fort
Worth, Texas

“Tattoo Show”, B & E Productions, David Gallery, Houston,
Texas

“Two-Man Exhibition”, Cranfill Gallery, Dallas, Texas

“Drawings USA”, Minnesota Museum of American Art, St.
Paul, Minnesota

“Texas Sculpture and Painting Annual”, Dallas Museum of
Fine Arts, Dallas,Texas

“The Other Coast (10 Texas Artists)”, California State
Collage, Long Beach, California

“3rd Biennial National Exhibition of Prints and Drawings”,
Dickinson State College, Dickinson, North Dakota

“Rice Art Faculty Exhibition, Sewall Art Gallery”, Rice
University, Houston, Texas

“Document Show”, B & E Productions, David Gallery,
Houston, Texas

“B & E Productions Show,” St. Thomas Art Gallery, University
of St. Thomas, Houston, Texas

1972

“Bob Camblin: Money is no object, Barter Show”, David
Gallery, Houston, Texas

“Faculty Exhibit,” Rice University Gallery, Sewell Hall,
Rice University

“Construction-Deconstruction Events 1 & 2”, B & E
Productions, Galveston,Texas, and Flatonia, Texas

“Bob Camblin”, Southern Illinois University Art Museum,
Carbondale, Illinois

“The Former David Gallery Presents “The Next to The Last
Garage Sale”, David Gallery, Houston, Texas

Main Street II, “Fort Worth, Dallas, Houston Invitational: 11
Artists”, Houston’s Chamber of Commerce’s Cultural
Affairs Committee, exhibitions at the Fort Worth Art
Center, Fort Worth;The Contemporary Arts Museum,
Houston; and The Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, Dallas,
Texas

1973

“Faculty Exhibit,” Rice University Gallery, Sewell Hall,
Rice University

“Private Works: Works on Paper”, Contemporary Arts
Museum, Houston, Texas

“Extraordinary Realities”, Whitney Museum of American Art,
New York, New York (traveling exhibition)

“Hand Colored Prints”, Brooke Alexander, Inc., New York, New York, (traveling exhibition)

“Camping Show”, St. Thomas Art Gallery, University of St. Thomas, Houston, Texas

“Joe Tate’s Back Yard”, St. Thomas Art Gallery, University of St. Thomas, Houston, Texas

“Contemporary Painting”, Smither Gallery, Houston, Texas

“Houston Area Exhibition”, The Sarah Campbell Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston, Texas

“Made in Houston”, Louisiana Gallery, Houston, Texas

1974

“Drawings”, Nancy Hoffman Gallery, New York City, New York

“Houston Artists”, Cusack Gallery, Houston, Texas

1975

“Bob Camblin”, Cusack Gallery, Houston, Texas

“Nineteenth National Print Exhibition”, The Brooklyn Museum, New York, New York

“Holiday Show”, Covo de longh Gallery, Houston, Texas

“Bob Camblin”, Louisiana Gallery, Houston, Texas

“Objects from the Life of Bob Camblin”, Union Art Gallery, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

“The Classic Revival”, Illinois Bell Telephone, Chicago, Illinois, Traveled to Lakeview Center for the Arts, Peoria, Illinois; Quincy Art Canter, Quincy, Illinois; Illinois State Museum, Springfield, Illinois; Kirkland Gallery, Millikin University, Decatur, Illinois; Mitchell Museum, Mt. Vernon, Illinois; Ella Sharp Museum, Jackson, Michigan; University Gallery, University of                                      Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota

1976

“Bob Camblin: Watercolors and Prints”, Baker University, Baldwin City, Kansas

“Bob Camblin”, Covo de Iongh Gallery, Houston, Texas

“Bob Camblin”, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

“Bob Camblin”, Moody Gallery, Houston, Texas, November 12 – December 3

“Contemporary Images in Watercolor Exhibition”, Akron Art Institute, Akron, Ohio & Indianapolis Institute of Art, Indianapolis, Indiana & The Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York

“Seven American Artists”, Gulf Street, Kuwait City, Kuwait, November

“Houston Area Exhibition”, Sarah Campbell Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston, Texas

“Made In Houston”, Louisiana Gallery, Houston, Texas

“59 Works,” The Collection of the Junior Service League of Longview, Longview, Texas

“Bob Camblin”, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas

“Origin of the Birds”, (with Bill Steffy), Covo de longh Gallery, Houston, Texas

1977

“N CompleatWorks: Bob Bilyeu Camblin in collaboration with the Anonymous Box Company”,

Moody Gallery, Houston, TX

“Little Egypt Enterprises: 13 Artists”, Moody Gallery, Houston, Texas, June

“Joe Atteberry, Bob Camblin, and Bill Steffy”, Moody Gallery, Houston, Texas,

“Moody Gallery Artists”, Waco Art Center, Waco, Texas

“Houston Area Exhibition”, Sarah Campbell Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston, Houston,Texas

1978

“Bob Camblin”, Projects Gallery, Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, Texas

“The Art of Texas,” The Renaissance Society, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

“Spirit of Texas”, Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin

“Bob Camblin”, Moody Gallery, Houston, Texas

1979

“Vanitas: Works of Bob Bilyeu Camblin and anonymous box co.”, Moody Gallery, Houston, TX

“Fire! An Exhibition of 100 Texas Artists,” Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, Texas

“Doors: Houston Artists,” The Houston Festival, The Alley Theatre, Houston, Texas

“Five Artists From Texas”, George Belcher Gallery, San Francisco, California

“Twenty-First Annual Invitational Operation Update‚1979”, Longview Museum and Arts Center, Longview, Texas

“Works on Paper”, Nave Museum, Victoria Regional Museum Association, Victoria, Texas

1980

“Contemporary Drawings and Watercolors”, Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York

“David McManaway Works – Twenty Years”, University Gallery, Meadows School of the Arts, Southern Methodist University Dallas, Texas

“Inside Texas Borders”, Corpus Christi State University, Corpus Christi, Texas

“Recent Works by Artists of the Southwest”, Gensler and Associates/Architects, Houston, Texas

“Beehive Postcard Show”, Salt Lake Art Center, Salt Lake City, Utah

“Bob Camblin”, Moody Gallery, Houston, Texas

1981

“Collection ’81‚ The Road Show,” 2 Houston Center, Assistance League of Houston, Houston,  Texas

“The Image of the House in Contemporary Art”, Lawndale Annex of the University of Houston,Texas

“Little Egypt – Waterworkshop”, Roberto Molina Gallery, Houston, Texas

“Moody Gallery Exhibition”, Linda Durham Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico

1982

“Art From Houston in Norway”, Stavanger Kunstforening, Stavanger, Norway

1983

“Texas Images & Visions,” Archer M. Huntington Gallery, University of Texas at Austin, Texas

1984

“Bob Camblin: A Houston Retrospective, 1968-1984”, Midtown Art Center, Houston, Texas

“1984 Show: An Exhibition of Contemporary Houston Art”, 2 Houston Center,

Houston Women’s Caucus for Art, (listed in catalogue)

1985

“Fresh Paint: The Houston School”, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas, (traveled to P.S. 1, Long Island City, New York, and the Oklahoma Art Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma)

“Self Images”, Midtown Art Center, Houston, Texas

“Propaganda, Too!”, Midtown Art Center, Houston, Texas

“Houston Drawing”, Alfred C. Glassell, Jr. School of Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas

“The New Nude”, Midtown Arts Center, Houston, Texas

1986

“Texas Visions”, Art League of Houston, Houston; (traveled to Museum of Western Art, Kerrville;Live Oak Art Club, Columbus; Abilene Fine Arts Center, Abilene; Lufkin Historical and Creative Art Center, Lufkin; Rockport Art Center, Rockport; McAllen International Museum,  McAllen; Fort Bend County Museum, Richmond, Texas)

“Slides of the North Wall 1985-86”, Anonymous Artists, Camblin’s Studio, Houston, Texas, Funded by a grant from the Cultural Arts Council of Houston.

“The Texas Landscape, 1900-1986”, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas

“Collaborators: Artists Working Together In Houston 1969-1986”, The Glassell School of Art,

“Bob Camblin”, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas, September 18 – October 19

1987

“Found,” Diverse Works, Houston, Texas

“Cinq X Cinq: Houston‚ Paris”, Galerie Dario Boccara, Paris, France

1988

“Artists anonymous LAST DAZE silent auction”, Studio exhibit at 1401 W.Gray, Houston, Texas

“Handmade Paper”, Little Egypt Enterprises, Houston, Texas

“Robert Morris – Paintings/Bob Camblin – Paintings Drawings”, Nave Museum, Victoria Regional Museum Association, Victoria, Texas, June

1989

“Bob Camblin”, Rice University, Sewall Hall Gallery, Houston, Texas

“Bob Camblin”, Graham Gallery, Houston, Texas

“Toy Show”, Transco Gallery, Transco Energy Company, Houston, Texas, Nov.11 – Jan. 5

1990

“Printmaking in Texas: the 1980s,” Modern Art Museum, Fort Worth, Texas

1991

“Texas Selections from the Menil Collection; A Tribute to the University of Texas Medical BranchCentennial Celebration”, Galveston Art Center, Galveston, Texas

“Bob Camblin”, Graham Gallery, Houston, Texas

“One man show”, Waterman Gallery, Majuro, Marshall Islands

2003

“Collins House Exhibit of Baker University Collection”, Baker University, Baldwin City, Kansas

2010

“Bob Camblin: Unframed Drawings and Paintings on Paper”, Sarah Balinskas Fine Framing, Houston, Texas

2012

“Collection of Ursula Brinkerhoff”, Canal Street Gallery, Houston, Texas

2014

“Flatbed Contemporary Print Fair”, Flatbed Press, Austin, Texas

“Art Bridge Party”, Moody Gallery, Houston, Texas

2015

“Bob Camblin Paintings and Drawings”, The Camblin Gallery, camblin.com

2016

“Hidden Realities Retrospective”, traveling retrospective of the Camblin Collection

Bibliography | Chronological List of Publications

“62nd American Exhibition: Painting and Sculpture”, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, 1957.

Time Magazine, “A Year Abroad”, October 6,1958, p. 69.

Lewis, Jo Ann Sukel, “Fulbright Painters”, Institute for International Education, New York, N.Y., 1958.

“150 Objects Picked Here for Governor’s Show”, Sarasota Herald-Tribune, January 8,1960.

Solomon, Elke M., “American Drawings 1963-1973”, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, N.Y., 1973.

Halliday, Bob, “U. Instructor to Exhibit New Work, Cites Artists Role to Effect Change”,

The Salt Lake Tribune, November 20,1966, p. 18W.

“Metamorphosis”, The Oklahoma Daily, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma, February 10,1967, p. 14.

“Eighteenth Southwestern Print and Drawing Exhibition”, Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, Dallas, Texas, Oct. 29,1969, press release.

Butterfield, Jan, “Dallas Galleries Feature Art of Talented Young Artists”, Fort Worth Star Telegram, November 12,1970, p. 6G.

“Drawings in America”, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas, 1970

“The Highway Show”, Rice Gallery, Rice University, Houston, Texas, 1970.

“Texas” Arts, Summer (Ete), 1971, pp. 49-50.

Holmes, Ann, “Where It’s At [If You Can Find It)”, The Art Gallery, May 20,1970, p. 37.

Freed, Eleanor, “Documenta”, Houston Post, Art Section, Art Section, February 21,1971, p. 28.

Kutner, Janet, “Variety Exhibited by Camblin and David”, Dallas Morning News, April 13,1971.

“The Other Coast (10 Texas Artists)”, University of California, Long Beach, California, 1971.

Lunn, Judy, “Prowling Artists – Right in Your Backyard”, Houston Post, July 21,1972, p. IB.

“The Last Garage Sale May Not Be”, Houston Chronicle, Section 4, September 26.1972, p. 4.

Freed, Eleanor, “Texans, Titled and Subtitled”, Houston Post, October 29,1972, p. IB.

“Oklahoma Acorns a Fair Trade”, Houston Chronicle, Section 7, December 13,1972, p. 3.

Freed, Eleanor, “Montrose Bateau Lavoir”, Houston Post “Spotlight”, January 7,1973, p. 34.

Butler, Susan L., “So You Want To Be an Artist”, Houston Chronicle, January 28,1973.

Doty, Robert, “EXTRAORDINARY REALITIES”, Whitney Museum of American Art, 1973, p. 62.

Hopkins, Henry, “Contemporary Art in Texas: On the Road to Maturity”, Art News, May 1973.

Butler, Susan L., Art Circles, “Private Works”, The Houston Chronicle, Sept.1973.

Solomon, Elke M., “American Drawings: 1963-1973”, 1973.

Ratcliff, Carter, “Hand Colored Prints”, Brooke Alexander Gallery, New York, New York,November 1973. P. 9.

Hoffman, Nancy, “Drawings”, Nancy Hoffman Gallery, New York, New York, May 1974.

Poster, Program Cover (front & last page) and Artist information for ‘Der Rosenkavalier for the Houston Grand Opera, January 1975, pp. front & back cover, 40 & 43.

Moser, Charlotte, “Master Printmaking in Houston”, Houston Chronicle, May 31,1975.

Moser, Charlotte, “THE ART BOOM”, Houston Chronicle, July 20,1975, p. 9.

Glauber, Robert H., “THE CLASSIC REVIVAL”, Illinois Bell Telephone, Lobby Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, (traveled to 8 museums and galleries), September 1975.

Dianne David interview by Louis J Marchiafava, Archive # 0H036, The Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Oral History Project Interviews, October 2,1975.

Fuller, Mary, “Marcel Duchamp Lives: One View of the Texas Art World”, Currant, October – November 1975, p. 18.

Butler, Susan L., “Art Circles”, Houston Chronicle, Houston, Texas, January, 1976.

Moser, Charlotte, “Between Fantasy and Surrealism”, Art News, April 1976, p. 66.

Moser, Charlotte, “Box is Both Form, Content of Developing Art”, Houston Chronicle, July 7,1976.

Smith, Roberta, “Twelve Days of Texas”, Art In America, July/August 1976, p. 46.

“The Collection of the Junior Service League of Longview”, The Collection, Longview, Texas, Ca.1976, Pp. 32 & 36.

Crossley, Mimi, “Little Egypt rolls on”, Houston Post, June 26,1977.

Crossley, Mimi, “Gallery Roundup – Bob Camblin: Paintings and Watercolors”, Houston Post, November 25,1977.

Moser, Charlotte, “Camblin’s New Work Sparks Moody Show”, Houston Chronicle, August 19,1977.

“Camblin Paintings Merge Magic and Metaphysics”, Houston Chronicle , November 18,1977, p. 24.

Surls, James, “Fire! An Exhibition of 100 Texas Artists,” Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, Texas, February 1979, p. 24.

Sween, Trudy, “Doors: Houston Artists,” The Houston Festival, The Alley Theatre, Houston, Texas, 1979, pp. 13-14.

“Doors Open Aesthetic Vistas at the Alley”. Houston Chronicle. March 18,1979, p. 17.

Moser, Charlotte, “Art Celebrates Mexican ‘Day of the Dead’ Festival”,Houston Chronicle, April 7,1979, Sec. 3, p. 9.

Dunham, Judith, “Texas Overview”, Artweek, April 21,1979, p. 4.

Olpin, Robert S., “Dictionary of Utah Art,” Salt Lake Art Center. 1980, p. 30.

Smithsonian Institution, Archives of American Art, “440 Slides of Bob Camblin and his Work”, New York, New York, 1979.

Curtis, Sandra, “Texas Project”, Archives of American Art Journal, Smithsonian Institution, January 20,1980, p. 31.

“Recent Works by Artists of the Southwest”, Gensler and Associates/Architects, Houston, Texas, 1980.

Moser, Charlotte, “Playing Cowboys and Artists in Houston”, Art News, December 1980, pp. 124-128.

“1981 Houston Arts Calendar,” Wordworks, Inc, Houston, Texas, 1981, pp. 7-8.

Johnson, Patricia, “The Image of the House Through Artists’ Eyes”, Houston Chronicle, November 15, 1981, pp. 18-27; 47-49.

Freed, Eleanor, “Treasures of the Finding”, Houston Arts Magazine,

Society for the Performing Arts, September 1982, pp. 16-24.

Krantz, Les, “The Texas Art Review”, ‘Moody Gallery’, Gulf Publishing in conjunction with The Krantz Company Publishers, Inc., Houston, Texas, 1982, p. 175.

Johnson, Patricia, “Print Show Lights Up Some of City’s Masters in Field”, Houston Chronicle, October 14,1982, p. 24.

Goetzmann/Reese,”Texas Images & Visions,” Archer M. Huntington Gallery, University of Texas at Austin, Texas, 1983, pp 44 & 128.

Johnson, Patricia, “Camblin’s Personal Artwork Explored”, Houston Chronicle, March 23,1984. Sec. 5, p. 9.

Rose, Barbara & Kalil, Susie, “Fresh Paint: The Houston School”, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas, 1984.

Larsen, Kay, “Art”, New York Magazine, June 17,1985, p. 64.

“Texas Visions”, Art League of Houston, Texas, 1985.

“Texas – A State of Mind”, Archer M Huntington Art Gallery, University of Texas, Austin, Texas.

Landay, Janet, “Collaborators: Artists Working Together In Houston 1969 -1986”,

The Glassell School of Art, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas, September, 1986, Introduction + Plates 3,4, 5.

“Glassell exhibit calls to mind ‘the good old days’ of art”, The Houston Post, September 28, 1986, p.3F.

Kalil, Susie, “The Texas Landscape, 1900‚Äî1986″, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas, May 17 – September 7,1986, pp. 47 & 91.

Carlozzi, Annette,”50 Texas Artists. A Critical Selection of Painters and Sculptors Working in Texas”, Chronicle Books, San Francisco, California,1986, pp. 28-29.

“Bob Camblin”, Art, Seven One Three, Houston, Texas, 1988.

Falk, Peter H. [Editor), “Annual Exhibition Record of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 1913-1968”, Sound View Press, Madison, Connecticut, 1989.

Fisher, James L., “Forty Texas Printmakers,’ Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, 1990.

“1983-1993, DiverseWorks Artspace, The First Ten Years”, “Found,” Diverse Works, Houston, Texas, Exhibition: 1987, Published by DiverseWorks Artspace, Inc., Houston, Texas, 1993.

Falk, Peter Hastings [Editor), “Annual Exhibition Record, 1914-1968”, Pennsylvania Academyof the Fine Arts, 1999.

Dunbier, Lonnie Pierson [Editor), “The Artists’ Bluebook”, AskArt.com, 2005.

Stout, Richard, “Modernism in Houston Art: 1950-1970, Part 7, YouTube series done for Houston Modern Market Week Exhibition at the William Reaves Fine Art Gallery, Houston, Texas, April 28, 2012.

Glentzer, Molly, “Penny Cerling: A life of needles & pins”, The Houston Chronicle, June 26, 2013.

Rice University, “Allen Center Open House, Nov. 1967”, Rice History Corner from the Rice Archives [Sandy Havens’ letter), June 24, 2013.

Artwork by Bob Camblin (American 1928-2010)