Books and Catalogues

“Terrors and Wonders: Monsters In Contemporary Art” catalog from the DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Lincoln, MA, 2001, “Monsters Here and Now”, Jennifer Uhrhane, pg. 17
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"Exposing Scarlet: A Visual Response to The Scarlet Letter" catalog from the Mills Gallery, Boston Center for the Arts, 2004 (excerpt)
Articles and Reviews

“Exquisite Corpses- The year’s most controversial art show- for the artists who made it”, Ian Paige, The Portland Phoenix, July 20-26, 2007, page 16
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“From Mysterious Fantasy to Stark Reality”, Cate McQuaid, The Boston Globe, February 15, 2007, Arts Section
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“Cynthia Atwood, Transparent Couture and Other Pleasures”, James Foritano, ArtScope, January and February 2007, page 19
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“The Modest Nude”, Grubin, Eve, The Modesty Zone, April 9, 2006
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"Cynthia Atwood: Stitch - Critic’s Picks”, R.C. Baker, The Village Voice, Dec. 28 - Jan. 3, 2006, Vol. L , No. 52
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“Tempted by a Dream: Luminous Shadows Cast by The Scarlet Letter”,Susan Boulanger, Art New England, Volume 26, Issue 1, December/January 2005, pg. 18
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"Cynthia Atwood," O'Brien, Barbara, "Stitch" exhibition, Morgan Lehman Gallery, 2005
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"Report from the Berkshires: New Art in Western MA Galleries," Johnathan Fardy, Art New England, October/November 2005, pg. 13
“Written in Scarlet”, Thomas Garvey, South End News, October 14, 2004, Vol. 25, No. 39
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“Red-letter days at the BCA reveal society’s secrets”, Cate McQuaid, The Boston Globe/Visual Arts, October 10, 2004
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“Exposing Scarlet: A Visual Response to The Scarlet Letter @ BCA”, Nona Howard, Some Other Magazine, September 2004, Volume 1
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"Self Expression," The Women's Times, August 2002, Resource Guide pg. 1
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“De Cordova Museum and Sculpture Park”, Lauren O’Neal, Art New England, December 2001/January 2002, Volume 23, Number 1
“When Horror Can Be Healthy”, Miles Unger, New York Times, Arts and Leisure, Oct. 28, 2001, Section 2, page 32
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“Muy Caliente en Sante Fe”, Shari R. Morrison, Art Talk, October 2001, page 42
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“Women Art, and Ideas: 360”, Images of Opression, Technology and Beauty, Rita M. Grabowski, Northern Ohio Live, March 2001, pages LT8 & 9
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“Sculpture Show Goofy, Enjoyable”, Gloria Russell, Springfield Union News, Sept. 10, 2000, page G-2
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“Belz curates strong Cambridge Arts Association Show”, Cate McQuaid, The Boston Globe, May 27, 2000, page F-1
“Dispatches: Berkshires and Upper Hudson River Valley”, Jane Ingram Allen, Sculpture Magazine, Jan./Feb. 1999, pages 78-79
“Playing Artistic Mind Games: RAW’s new Visual Arts curator makes his vision felt”, Patricia Rosof, Hartford Advocate, Oct. 7, 1998
“New Exhibits Celebrating Artists’ Vitality, Ingenuity”, Gloria Russell, Springfield Sunday Republican, March 10, 1996
“In A Building Mode, New Sculpture by Cynthia Atwood”, Laura Chester, Women’s Times, July/Aug, 1994
“Alice in Naumkeag”, Michelle Gillette, Berkshire Eagle, July, 1994
“Connecticut”, Jude Schwendenwein, Sculpture Magazine, Oct., 1993, page 54
“Atwood’s Found Wood Sculptures: Between Nature and Civilization”, Jude Schwendenwein, Hartford Courant, April 25, 1993, page G-7
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"Artists Look within to Fabricate Images," Derek Gentile, Berkshire Eagle
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