b. 1958 Los Angeles, CA


 San Francisco Art Institute, MFA 1985


2013      “Grand Tour” Marcia Wood Gallery, Atlanta, GA
2012     “Men and Women in Water Cites” screening UC Berkeley
               Goethe Institute, Johannesburg, South Africa

2011      Sky Dive Gallery, Houston, TX
               Flux Projects Atlanta, “Men and Women in Water Cities”
2010     Marcia Wood Gallery, Atlanta, GA
2009     Patricia Sweetow Gallery, San Francisco
              “Kim Anno Retrospective” King’s Art Center, Hanford, CA
2007     Marcia Wood Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia
2005     Patricia Sweetow Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2004     Patricia Sweetow Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2004     University of Michigan, Institute For The Humanities, Ann Arbor, MI
2003     Marcel Sitcoske Gallery San Francisco, CA
2001     Patricia Correia Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
2000     Zaloren Arte Contemporaneo Gallery, Mexico City
               Patricia Correia Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
1997     Patricia Correia Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
1996    "No Fly Zone" Outdoor installation, Secession Gallery, the Embarcadero, S.F., CA
               Ebert Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1995     Ebert Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1992     “Despair Room” Falkirk Cultural Center, San Raphael, A

              “Ritual Works” Meridian Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1991     Paintings, C.N. Gorman Museum Davis, CA

1990     Paintings, Museum of the Rockies, Bozeman, Montana


 2013     St. John’s Literary Press Gallery, Minnesota (Albertine’s Work Out) in collaboration with poet,  Anne Carson
2012     “The Future is Now” AICC, Somarts, San Francisco
              “Collection Reflecting” screening, at Matcha, Asian Art museum, San Francisco
              “Ground Control” Seeline Gallery, Los Angeles
              “Movement in Many Parts” Oakland Asian Cultural Center
2011     “Don’t Panic” Durban Municipal Gallery, South Africa
              “Unpunished” curated by Nayland Blake, Sue Scott Gallery, NY
              “Ostranenie:Reconsidering the Known” Aggregate Space, Oakland
2010     “Open Water” video screening, SFMOMA live Art program, with Open Restaurant
               Site Santa Fe, “One Night Stand” video, Santa Fe, New Mexico
              “Intimate Nature” Berkeley Art Center, collaboration with Ricardo Rivera,
               David Coll, Live/recorded video installation
               “Alluring Subversions” Oliver Gallery, CCA
               “Unbound, National Book Exhibition” Bedford Gallery, Walnut Creek, CA

               Denison University Museum
               Noel Art Museum, Odessa, Texas
               “Earth Vibes” (projection) University Memorial Center, Glenn Miller Ballroom,   
               Boulder, CO
               Earth Day, Denver Performing Arts Complex Sculpture Park (projection) Denver,CO
2009     Eleanor D. Wilson Museum, Roanoke, VA

               Gardiner Art Gallery, Oklahoma University
               Mandeville Gallery
2008     “Looking Back” Patricia Sweetow Gallery
               “Distaff Toolkit” Bennington Museum, Vermont
               Mead Museum, Amherst College
               Morris Museum, New Jersey
2007     Patricia Sweetow Gallery, SF
               Banzai&Godzilla, Then and Now, SFMOMA Artists Gallery
               DC Düsseldorf International Art Expo, Germany
2006     LA Art Expo, Santa Monica Auditorium
              “Scope” International Contemporary Art Expo, Miami, Florida
              DC Düsseldorf International Art Exposition, Germany
              College of St. Benedict/St. John’s, Minnesota
              Pyramid Atlantic Book Arts Fair, Silver Spring, Maryland

              Patricia Sweetow Gallery, SF
              Paba Gallery, New Haven, Conn.
              Los Angeles International Art Expo, L.A., Calif.

              University of Minnesota, Art Gallery, Minneapolis
              “Pulse” Miami International Art Expo, Miami, Florida
2005     Fleishhaker Foundation’s Eureka Fellowship Award Exhibition, Berkeley Art Museum
               Varnosi Museum, Csurgo, Hungary (first American artist exhibited)
2004     Tucson Museum of Art “, Arizona, “Paint on Metal” curated byJulie Sasse
               Luther Burbank Contemporary Art Museum, Santa Rosa, California

               U.S. embassy, Doha, Qatar
2003     Chautauqua Center for the arts, Chautauqua New York, with Al Held, Martin Kline
               Richard E. Peeler Art Center, DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana
2002     “Being There 45 Oakland Artists” Oakland Museum
               Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio
               Ben Shan Gallery, William Patterson University, Wayne, New Jersey
               Suny Fredonia Gallery

              Nina Freudenheim Gallery, Buffalo, New York
              Sara Moody Gallery of Art, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Al
2001     “Watercolor in the Abstract” curated by Pamela Auchincloss
               Hyde Collection, Glen Falls, New York
               “Drawing Residency” Refusalen, San Francisco

               ‘Calligraphy Legacy” Transamerica Pyramid Gallery, San Francisco
2000     San Francisco Main Branch Public Library, "Lost and Found, Museum of Lesbian Memory" public art project in collaboration with EG.                Crichton
               "Abstraction: Watercolor" curated by Pamela Auchincloss and Alex Muse
              Maier Art Museum, Lynchburg, Virginia
              Bedford Gallery, Dean Lesher Center For the Arts, Walnut Creek,CA

              Pro-Arts Gallery, Oakland, Calif. "Indigenous Festivals".
              Art in General, "Yaddo artists and Writers"  New York, NY
              Hyde Collection, Glen Falls, New York

              Ambassador General's Estate, Kualalampur, Indonesia, Art in Embassies Program
1999    GLHS Auction, Yerba Buena Center For the Arts, San Francisco, CA
              Biennial, Orange County Museum of Art, Newport, CA
1998    "Show and Tell" Patricia Correia Gallery, Santa Monica, CA  

              A.T. Kearney Corporation, sponsored by the San Francisco Asian Art Museum
              "Practice and Process: New Painterly Abstraction in California,"
              at Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, CA
              & Richmond Art Center, Richmond, CA

             "Women Artists of the American West" Web site gallery, Purdue University
             "Silk Road," Abstract Paintings, at Gallery on the Rim, San Francisco, CA
              & Zen Hospice, San Francisco, CA
1997     "Material Girls," Gallery 128, New York, NY
              "The Intimate Brush," Palo Alto Cultural Center, Palo Alto, CA
              "Discards" Secession benefit, Catherine Clark Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1996    "Abstraction Absolved: 10 Bay Area Painters," Mills College Gallery, Oakland,
               Montalvo Center for the Arts, Saratoga, CA
               Patricia Correia Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
               Faculty Exhibition, University of California, Berkeley, CA

               Joan Roebuck Gallery, Lafayette, CA
                25th SFAI Anniversary Exhibition, Ebert Gallery, San Francisco, CA                
1995     “Discards” Secession, Cheryl Haines Gallery, San Francisco, CA
                Asian Artists Exhibition, Sonoma State University, Sonoma, CA
               "10+10," Silkscreen Portfolio Exhibition, Berkeley Art Center, Berkeley, CA
1994     “The Exchange Show: Twelve painters from San Francisco and Rio de Janeiro”, at YERBA BUENA CENTER FOR THE ARTS, San                                  Francisco, CA     
               & MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
              “Yellow Forest,” South of Market Cultural Center, San Francisco, CA
1993    Group show, Peter Miller Gallery, Chicago, IL
              Yuma Symposium Show, Yuma Art Center, Arizona
              Faculty Exhibition, University of California, Berkeley, CA
              Richmond Art Center, Public Art Show, Collaboration: Richmond Citizens
1992     “Executive Order 9066” San Jose Art League, San Jose, CA

               Visiting Faculty Exhibition, San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA
              "Beyond Christmas: Traditional Festivals in Contemporary America,”  Lowie Museum, University of California, Berkeley, CA
              "Spirit As Source", Bade Museum, Berkeley, CA
               Asian American Artists, Lite Rail Gallery, Sacramento, CA
1991     "Art and History: A Curriculum," San Francisco State University, S.F., CA       
              Paintings, Paint Creek Center for the Arts, Rochester, MI
               Obudai Galeria Aicsy Uastely, Budapest, Hungary
               ATLA Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
1990     Sherman Gallery, Columbus, OH
               Randolph Street Gallery, Performance, Chicago, IL
1989    "Urban Life," Wayne State University, Detroit, MI

2013-14    St. John’s Literary Press, commission for Albertine’s Work Out with poet Anne Carson
2013          Open Circle Foundation Fellowship for “Men and Women in Water Cities,            
                    Chapter 3”
2010-12     Zellerbach Foundation Commission For new interdisciplinary work. 
                    St. John’s Literary Press, commission, photogravure
                    Marcia Wood Gallery, etching published, “Pull” portfolio
                    SFMOMA board member, Phyllis Moldow, large-scale private commission.
                    Goethe Institute, “Water City” exhibition, commission
2007-08   St. Benedict’s/ St. John’s University One Crow Press Commission for Sleep by Anne Carson and Kim Anno

2006          Press bed project, published by Magnolia Editions
                    Artist in Residence Print project, San Francisco State University
2005          Hungarian International Artists’ Residency Award, Varnosi Museum, Csurgo, Hungary
2004          University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Paula and Edwin Sidman Visiting Humanities Fellowship
2004         Eastside Editions, published Elysian Drift, limited edition etching
2003         Eureka Foundation, Fleishhaker Fellowship
2002         California Arts Council Residency Fellowship for American Violence Art Projec
2001         St. Benedict's Press Artists' Book Commission for The Mirror of Simple Souls          
                  by Anne Carson, art by Kim Anno
                  Gerbode Foundation Purchase Award for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Honolulu Academy of Art Museum
                  City of Richmond, West Contra Costa County Health Center “Mirgration Stories” Exhibition Grant
2000        Astraea Foundation Fellowship
                  Creative Work Fund Grant , Walter and Elise Haas Foundation

1999        San Francisco Art Commission Individual Artist Commission
                 John S. and James L. Knight Foundation Fellowship at Yaddo Corporation

1998       Fleishhaker Foundation Eureka Fellowship Nominee
1996       Western States Federation/National Endowment for the Arts Regional Fellowship
                 City of Oakland Public Art Commission, Fruitvale Streetscape Project
1995       Flintridge Foundation Award, Djerassi Foundation Residency, Woodside, CA
1993       City of Richmond, Public Art Commission
1991       University of California, Davis, Mural Commission

1990      San Francisco Conservation Corp, Mural Commission
               California Arts Council Grant, Artists in Institutions
1989     California Arts Council Grant, Artists in Institutions
1988     California Arts Council Grant, Artists in Institutions


 1996-2012           California College of Arts and Crafts, Professor, Chair, Painting Dept.
1995-96                University of California, Berkeley, Painting, Drawing
1994-95                Stanford University, Visiting Lecturer, Painting/Drawing
1993-96                San Francisco Art Institute, Visiting Artist, Painting
1992-94                University of California, Berkeley, Lecturer, Painting, Drawing, Design
1991                       Louisiana State University, Assistant Professor, Painting and Drawing
1989-90                Ohio State University, Lecturer, Painting and Drawing

2012     Samsung/Planar Technologies Research and development project
              Discussant, Art City Symposium, sponsored by UC Berkeley Arts Center
              Walkabout Presentation, “The Future of Nature” Johannesburg Critical Theory Workshop, Goethe Institute
2011     lecture, Cop 17, my current project, “Men and Women in Water Cities” Durban, South Africa

2010     Curator, exhibition, Patricia Sweetow Gallery
              Producer, Ice on the High’s Euphonia concert, Miranda Mellis reading
              Appointed to the Berkeley Arts Commission, by Councilman Kriss Worthington
              Panelist, Zellerbach foundation, Community Arts Program
              Panelist, San Francisco Arts Commission, Native American Grants Panel
2009    “Rearranging Abstraction” College Art Association, Los Angeles chair, panel

              Director, “Rising Tide: The Arts and Ecological Ethics” Conference CCA/Stanford
              Juror, “Natural Balance” exhibition, Univeristy of Girona, Spaiin
              Lecture, “Art and Ecological Ethics” University of Girona, Spain
              Berkeley Unified School District Arts Advisory Committee member
              Native American Arts Grants Panel Juror, San Francisco Arts Commission
2008    Panel lecture, on my current work, Arts Benicia, sponsored by American Association of University Women
              Lecture, Tipping points in the Green Revolution, California Studies Association
              UC Berkeley
              ABCTV, Bay Area Channel, interview: the arts and the green revolution
2007    Juror, Bedford Gallery Youth Exhibition, Walnut Creek
              College Art Association panel, presenting paper on “The Intellectual Erotics in Collaboration ” NYC

2006    Yale University Lecture “The influence of the L.A. Woman’s building, the 1970’s West Coast Feminist Art Movement, on my own                               current book and public art projects”
             Slide Lecture: American Violence Project, UC Santa Cruz
             Lecture, my work, California State Summer School for the Arts, Cal Arts
             Curator, Patricia Sweetow Gallery, “Perimeters of Narrative” SF
             Alameda County Purchase Award Juror
2005   KPFA Radio Documentary, interview w/ Jackie Baas, Buddha Mind and Anno’s work
             Csurgo Television, interview, channel 3, Hungary

             Radio panel discussion interviewer and moderator, KPFA, two contemporary artists, Michelle Lee and Tyler Cohen
2004    Creative Work Fund Juror for Visuals Arts Awards
               Moderator, Inter-Faith Progressive Leaders Speak On Coalition Building, CCA
2004     University of Michigan, Lecture on The Mirror of Simple Souls
2003     Interview, Minnesota Public Radio, “A Question of Faith” radio show
1999     Co-Curator, Bernice Bing Retrospective, SOMAR, San Francisco
               Panel, "Women's Issues in Art History" WCA San Francisco Conference
1998     San Francisco Education Project, project with Claire Lillenthal Elementary, exhibition, curated by Larry Rinder
               Light Rail Transit Public Art Jury, SF Arts Commission
               University of Nebraska, Lincoln Slide lectures on my work & Diversity Education Workshops across the campus
1997     Slide Lecture, Art Center College of Art and Design, Pasadena, CA
              Juror, "Growing Up Asian in America" Asia Pacific Fund Program for K-12
1996    "Auctions, and Fundraising for Arts Non-profits" Panel, Berkeley Art Center
             KQED, Michael Krasny's Forum show, panel on Public Art
             CCAC panel on Multiculturalism: Where do we go from here?"
             Slide Lecture, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
1995   “Spirituality in Contemporary Art” Lecture, Diablo Valley College

            Panel Lecture, (The first lesbian artist panel at MOMA) ”Multi-Culturalism and Personal History” San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
            University Art Museum panel lecture, Public Art in Urban Environments
            Panel lecture, Berkeley Art Center, Portfolio Project: Feminism and the Arts

            Juror, Matrix Gallery, Sacramento
1994   Curator, Artists in Recovery, Meridian Gallery
            Panel, The Exchange Show, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts

            Lecture, Shifting Gears in Artist’s Careers, College Art Association, New York City
            Appointed by Walnut Creek Arts Commission to Arts Advisory Council,            Bedford Gallery
1993   Panel, Oakland Museum “How to Grow With Your Work”
            Lecture, Richmond Art Center, “The Proliferation of Temporal Public Art”
            Yuma Symposium, Presentation:” Painting as Object”
1992   KQED, Radio Interview: “Ritual Aspects of Anno’s current work”
            Curator, “Four Directions: Women Honor Native Land” Pro-Arts, Oakland
            Lecture, “Individual and Social Aspects in Art” University of Calif. Santa Cruz
            Lecture, International Artists conference, SF State, “Socially Engaged Public Art”
            Independent Study Advisor, New College, San Francisco, CA

           Lecture, Panel “The Spirit As Source” Women’s Caucus For Art, Mills College
1991   Lecture, current work, Monterey Peninsula College
            T.V. interview, Artist-Residence at the San Bruno Jail, Hayward cable, ch.25
            Radio Interview, KDVS, Davis, Calif.
            Slide Lecture, my work 1985-91, University of California at Davis
            Slide Lecture, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa
1990   Interview, Bay Area Arts, KPFA radio
             Exhibitions Coordinator, West Oakland Billboard Public Art Project
             Fine Arts Editor, Golden Turtle Press
             Artist in Residence, San Bruno County Jail

             Slide Lecture, my work 1985-90 North Eastern University, Chicago, Illinois
             Slide Lecture, current work, Montana State University, Bozeman
1989   Television interview, Channel 2, KTVU, Bay Area People, Artist in Residence
             in the San Bruno Jail

             T.V. interview, Channel 44, Bay Sunday, Artist in the Jails
1988   Lecture, "The Ethnic Community Model" Calif. Federation of the Arts Congress
             Interview, "The Jail Art Project Video" by Spenser Moon and Al Marshall
             produced for Public Television
             Lecture, "My work, Public and Individual" Berkeley Public Library
             Artist in Residence, San Bruno Jail,"World House" Installation
             Project Director, Oakland Wallspeak Mural Project

2013          Albertine’s Work Out by Kim Anno and Anne Carson published by St. John’s Literary Press, Minnesota
2012          TSV, Jenny Mullins, interview, current work by Kim Anno
                    Viz Journal of Visual and Critical Studies, UCSC, photographs, essay by Anno
                   “Don’t Panic” review, Johannesburg Critical Theory Workshop Blog
2011           Art Practical, Interview, by Bruno Fazzolari, photographs Jan.
                    Interview, Debu Barve on line blog, Bombay, India
2010          Review solo show, Creative Loafing, Atlanta by Deanna Sirlin photograph
                    “Nocturne & Chocolate” interview by Giulla Mattiello, Milan, Italy
                    Motherhood & Philosophy, “Lesbians mothering an Intensely Masculine Son”,  by Kim Anno, edited by Sheila Lintott, Wiley-                                       Blackwell Publishers
2009          Hanford Sentinel, photo, interview, article King’s Art Center Anno Retrospective

                    Eco-Artspace Journal, “Rising Tide: the Arts and Ecological Ethics Conference
                    “Anno’s Abstraction Fluid and Mindful”  by Kenneth Baker, San Francisco Chronicle
                    Solo Catalogue, Patricia Sweetow Gallery
2007-08   Sleep  Limited edition Artist’s Book, One Crow Press St. John’s University
                    by Anne Carson and Kim Anno
2007          Twentieth Century Asian American Artists’ Encyclopedia, Greenwood Press
                    edited by Kara Kelley Hallmark
2006         Art in America, citation
                   Artweek, August, “Perimeters of Narrative”
                   San Francisco Weekly “Perimeters of Narrative” by Hiya Swanhuyser June 15
                   Art Forum, Critics Picks, “Perimeters of Narrative” San Francisco by Glen Helfand
2005        San Francisco Chronicle, review, photograph, Kenneth Baker, Nov. 12
                  SF Gate.Com, photograph, review, Kenneth Baker
                  Look, See, art blog by Chris Ashley, photograph
                  Paint On Metal interview, photograph, published by the Tucson Museum of Art

2004        San Francisco Chronicle, review, photograph Kenneth Baker, June 12
                  Ann Arbor News, Michigan April 2004
                  Art Week, September, 2004 review, photography, Sweetow Gallery
                  Stretcher, on line magazine, review
                 Art Week, review, “Art at the Corner of Three Dimensions”Nov.2004
2003       The Chautauquan Daily, New York review, photographby Anthony Brannon July16
                 The Mirror of Simple Souls
, a limited edition letterpress book, in collaboration with poet Anne Carson, published by St. Benedict's                        Press, Minnesota
                 Women artists of the American West by Susan Ressler
                 San Francisco Chronicle, review by Kenneth Baker April 5
2002       Art Voice, Buffalo, New York, June13 “Watercolor in the Abstract in the Same Breath”

                 The Museum of California Magazine, photo, profile interview by Chiori Santiago
                 San Francisco Chronicle, Review “45 Artists”by David Bonetti
2001       L. A. Weekly, Review by Peter Frank, photo Oct.23
2000      Friendships in Arcadia, Artists and Writers at Yaddo in the 90’s

                Oakland Tribune,”Lesbian History From Head to Toe” Nov.18, Angela Hill
                San Francisco Chronicle, “Art and History..” Nov,1 Dave Ford
                Art Week, October, review, Juan Rodrigues
                Diablo Arts Magazine, profile interview, July-Sept. 2000
                Review, Kenneth Baker, San Francisco Chronicle, Sept.1, 2000
                Fence Magazine, featured artwork, including the cover, New York, NY
                Lesbian Art in America, by Harmony Hammond, published by Rizzoli
1999      Orange Coast Magazine
                L.A. Times, Orange County Edition, Feb.6, 1999 interview, photograph
                The Daily Pilot, Datebook, Feb.5, interview
1998      C Magazine, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Claire Wolf Krantz
               "Ten takes on painterly Abstraction" San Francisco Examiner, David Bonetti 8/16
               ArtScene March 1998
               LA Weekly March 27, Pick of the Week, by Peter Frank
               Art Week by Victoria MartinApril 98
               Los Angeles Times by William Wilson "Pasadena Armory Showcases CaliforniaAbstractionists" March 30, 1998

               Philadelphia Gay News Jan.30,98
               Nichi Bei Times Jan.98
               Asia Week January 15,1998, photograph

               New Painterly Abstraction by Jeff Nathanson and Jay Belloli
1997      Hokubei News Dec.97
               Painting the Town: Murals of California by Robin J. Dunitz &James Prigoff
               RJD Enterprises, Los Angeles, CA 1997 color reproduction, quote p.52
               "Creating a New Generation of Park Stewards" Gateways, Golden Gate National Parks
1996     "Return of the abstract at Mills College" San Francisco Examiner,
               Dec.6 by David Bonetti
              "Montalvo draws on joy of fundamentals" San Jose Mercury News, June 16, 1996       "An Invitation to Draw" Artweek, July 1996 by                         Casey FitzSimons
              Diablo Arts Magazine, “Looking to the Future” January 1996
1995    Oakland Tribune Local News&Notes, Sunday Dec. 10,1995
              California Printmaker, Summer 95, by Sylvia Walters
              Worlds in Collision edited by Carlos Villa, “Creativity, Context, and       Competition”by K. Anno   
              Eastbay Express, “Berkeley Art Center Exhibit’ March 30, 1995
              Oakland Tribune, Entertainment Section “A Feminist Perspective” March 2,95
              San Francisco Bay Guardian “Critic’s Choice” June 14, 1995 by Harry Roche
1994    Globo, October 6, 1994Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
              Lux Jornal, Porto Allegre, BrazilJune 19, 1994

              Journal Do Brasil June 24, 1994 Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
              “Ambitious Exchange’ by Harry Roche, SF Bay Guardian Aug. 3,1994
              “The Treasury of Soul” by Mary Hull Webster, ArtweekAug. 18,1994
              San Francisco Chronicle, Datebook Section, by Kenneth Baker, July 24,1995
              “Mirrored Memory” Chico News&RegisterJune3, 1993
              Visions Magazine, Spring Issue:Review, Four Directions Show (co-curated)
1993    Nichi Bei Times, profile, photograph
              West Contra Costa Times, “Telling the Tale of the City” Billboard Project
1992    Artweek, “Forming the Whole: Kim Anno at San Jose State
              Santa Cruz Centennial, Oct. 4
              Oakland Tribune, Sunday Magazine Biographic in the Arts, interview/photo
              Oakland Artscape, “Homelessness: A Public Art Story by K. Anno
1991     Clarion, Review, group show, Rochester, Michigan

              Rochester Observer & Eccentric, Review, group show, Rochester, Michigan
              “A Hunger for Identity, Kim Anno at UC Davis”  Review by Allan M. Gordon,      ArtWeek
             “Anno emphasizes Places and Patterns” Review by Rosemary Peters, Calif. Aggie
             Davis Enterprise, Review by Marilyn Moyle October 9, 91
            “Not Just Walls, Murals in Yolo County”, Oct. Arts Up, Yolo County Arts Council
            San Francisco Murals, by Tim Drescher, published 1991

            Sacramento Bee, "Art Becomes a Means for Conflict Resolution" by Dale Vargas
            Davis Enterprise, photograph, "Multi-Cultural Mural" June 2, 1991
            California Aggie, "Making History (and Art)" photograph, May 23, 1991
            Worlds in Collision, Edwin Bernbaum Press, edited by Carlos Villa
            "Creativity, Context, and Competition in the Face of War" by Kim Anno
1989   California Women Artists Yesterday and Tomorrow, edited by Sylvia Moore,
             Midmarch Press 1989
1988    San Francisco Chronicle, Nov. 3, 1988, Photo:” History of SF. Culinary Workers"
             East Bay Express, "Prominent Citizens Make Predictions for 1989", interview
             "The Future of the Art Scene"
1986   "Other Worldly Visions" Mark Van Proyen, Artweek, July 14

            "Never Underestimate the Power of the Visual" by Kim Anno, Bay Area Reporter
            "Who's Afraid of Art and Science?" by Kim Anno, Metier Magazine, Spring
1985   "Exploring the Landscape" by Alfred Jan, Artweek July 27
             "Landscape Paintings and Photographs, Strong Works" Janet Tyson, Palo Alto Times Tribune, July 2
            "MFA Grad Exhibit Takes On New Proportions" Fort Mason Center News

The Getty Research Institute, Getty Museum, Los Angeles
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
Honolulu Academy of Fine Art
Brooklyn Museum          
Yale University Library
Herzog-Anton Ulrich Museum, Braunshweig, Germany
San Francisco State University
Oakland Museum, Oakland, Calif.

Columbia University Special Collections Library
Mills College, Art Gallery, Special Collections Library, Oakland, Calif.
University of California, Santa Cruz
University of California Berkeley Library
University of Arizona, Tucson
Arizona State University Gallery, Tempe, Arizona

Kresge Museum, Michigan State University Gallery
Wiseman Art Gallery, University of Minnesota
Richard Brush Gallery, St. Lawerence University
College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, Mass.
South Bend Regional Museum of Art, Indiana
Wichita State University Museum

Harriet Tubman Museum, Macon, Georgia
St. John’s University, Minnesota
College of St. Benedict, Minnesota
University of Michigan
University of Texas, Austin


2012     “Don’t Panic” catalogue, Durban Municipal Gallery
2010     “Intimate Nature” Berkeley Art Center
2009    “Liquescent” solo exhibition, Patricia Sweetow Galllery
2005    Paint On Metal, Tucson Art Museum
               Fleishhaker Foundation, Eureka Fellowship Award, Berkeley Art Museum
2004     U.S. Art in Embassies, Vientienne Embassy in Laos

1999     Orange County Museum of Art Biennal
               Crossings: 14 Bay Area Asian Artists by Jeff Kelley, curator, Asian Art Museum
               Practice and Process: Painterly Abstraction in California

1996     Parallaxis Western States Arts Federation Awards in Visual Arts       
               The Exchange Show: Twelve Painters From San Francisco and Rio de Janeiro