Publications

EDITING and PHOTOGRAPHY

LITUANIS: The Lithuanian Quarterly

  • Rūpentojėlis: Evocation of Indigenous Lithuanian Soulfulness, Eglutė Trinkauskaitė, vol 65:2 (2019): editing thanks in acknowledgments; frontispiece photograph; three photographs illustrating text


ART, ART HISTORY and CRITICISM

Iowa Architect

  • A Reinterpretation: Houses from the Eighties, vol 36, no 2, March/April 1988

Sculpture Review Magazine

  • Figures from the Earth: Ceramic Sculpture, vol LIX, no 3, fall 2010
  • Capital Sculpture: L’Enfant’s Design for Washington D.C., vol LIX, no 1, spring 2010
  • Preserving Our Heroes, The Monuments of Gettsyburg National Military Park, vol LVIII, no 2, summer 2009
  • Music and Sculpture: A Survey, vol LVII, no 4, winter 2008
  • The Visible Nude: Artists and Foundries Speak about Public Sculpture, vol LVII, no 2, summer 2008
  • Archetype and Allegory: Marino Marini’s Horses and Riders, vol LV, no 2, summer 2006
  • Sculpture through the Lens, vol LIV, no 4, winter 2005
  • An Abundance of Life: The Morton Swinsky Collection, vol LIV, no 1, spring 2005
  • Deborah Butterfield’s Horses: Allegories of the Spirit, vol LIII, no 3, fall 2004
  • Sculpture as the Union of Art and Craft, vol LIII, no 1, spring 2004
  • Polychromy: Color in Modern Figural Sculpture, vol LII, no 3, fall 2003
  • Taking Chisel and Hammer to Stone: some thoughts on marble sculpture since 1950, vol LI, no 1, spring 2002
  • Distance, Detail and the Apprehension of Reality: The Sculpture of Alberto Giacometti, vol L, no 3, fall 2001

National Gallery of Art publications

  • Art Works from the West Building: A Self-Guided Tour for Children and their Families, 1994
  • Shapes and Patterns: East Building, National Gallery of Art, A Self-Guided Tour for Children and their Families, 1992
  • Circa 1492: Art in the Age of Exploration. A self-guided tour for children ages 6-12 and their parents, 1992
  • The Art of Glass: Masterpieces from the Corning Museum: A self-guided tour for children ages 6-10 and their parents, 1990


GENERAL INTEREST

“The Wavles of Berkshire, Tioga County, New York,” Berkshire: The Town and People We Remember, Berkshire, New York: RH Books, 2014

The Origins of Everything: Digging Into the Beginnings of Things, Armchair Reader series, Chicago: Publications International Ltd., 2009. Essays: “An Eggscellent Easter Tradition,” “Portrait of Oils,” “The Diabolical Fork,” “Too Big to Be True,” “Pariahs: A People Apart,” “A ‘Fitting’ Solution: The Origin of Jugsaw Puzzles,” “In Defense of Animal Rights,”  “With This Ring, I Thee Wed”

Daily Dose of Knowledge, Chicago: Publications International Ltd., 2008. Essays: Agrippina; Bernini and Borromini; the pigeon Cher Ami; Christopher Wren; Cubism; Dada; Honoré Daumier; the Fibonacci Series; Francisco Goya; intaglio prints; Jackson Pollock; Lewis Hine; Édouard Manet’s Olympia; Matthew Brady; Michelangelo; Claude Monet’s Waterlilies; Pablo Picasso’s Guernica; Auguste Rodin’s Gates of Hell; The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood; T-O maps; the Unicorn Tapestries; Vincent van Gogh and Paul Gauguin at Arles; Diego Velazquez’s Maid’s of Honor

“The Last One,” OSHER at JHU Journal,vol 18, no 2,  fall/winter 2008

“Chasing Pop’s Ambulance,” Bostonia, The Alumni Quarterly of Boston University, no 1, spring 2006

“A Letter to my Son,” September Eleven: Maryland Voices, Baltimore: Baltimore Writers Alliance, 2002

“Crusades,” September Eleven: Maryland Voices, Baltimore: Baltimore Writers Alliance, 2002

The Philadelphia Inquirer

  • Going West–in lovely Mass., Sunday Travel Section, October 2, 2005
  • Gîte: Home away from home, Sunday Travel Section, January 30, 2005
  • Love, Venice and pigeons, too, Sunday Travel Section, March 7, 2004
  • With childhood book as a guide, Ireland trip becomes a reality, Sunday Travel Section, July 6, 2003
  • French connections span generations, Sunday Travel Section, July 14, 2002

The Baltimore Sun and The Aegis


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

New York Times

The Baltimore Sun

The Aegis, Harford County, Maryland

Philadelphia Inquirer

  • Credibility and biases, November 15, 1999

Vanity Fair magazine

  • On “The Battle for Picasso” by Milton Esterow (strife among the heirs), Summer 2016
  • On the architect Richard Meier, June 1997

JUVENILE NON-FICTION

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company

  • The Montgomery Bus Boycott (Fountas-Pinnell level T, grade 6), 2009

Macmillan/Mc-Graw Hill Leveled Readers

  • Bicycle Metals (grade 2), 2008

Scott Foresman Reading Street Leveled Readers

  • The Inspiration of Art (5.3.2 advanced), 2007
  • The Chicago American Giants (5.1.4 below level), 2007
  • The Rosetta Stone and the Secret of Hieroglyphics (4.4.4 below level), 2007

Scott Foresman Social Studies Leveled Readers

  • Looking at Prehistory (6.1 A below level), 2006
  • Discovering the Old Stone Age (6.1 B on level), 2006
  • What Archeology Tells Us About Prehistory (6.1 C advanced), 2006
  • His Name Was Amerigo (5.2 A below level), 2006
  • Vespucci Sails for America (5.2 B on level), 2006
  • Exploring with Amerigo Vespucci (5.2 C advanced), 2006
  • St. Augustine, Our First City (Florida 4.2 B on level), 2006
  • St. Augustine and Florida’s Spanish Heritage (Florida 4.2 C advanced), 2006

Through the Eyes of an American ‘Ambulancier’,” Learning Through History, vol 3, issue 6, 2005 (“The Great War”)


EDUCATION AND READING INSTRUCTION

Writing the Critical Analysis 1: Description (2015). Youtube video channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPrn7dfYFPp3rd0uyT1vToQ

Writing the Critical Analysis 2: Analysis (2015). Youtube video channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPrn7dfYFPp3rd0uyT1vToQ

Writing the Critical Analysis 3: Interpretation (2015). Youtube video channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPrn7dfYFPp3rd0uyT1vToQ

Writing the Critical Analysis 4: Putting It All Together (2015). Youtube video channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPrn7dfYFPp3rd0uyT1vToQ


REVIEWS

“Image to Word: Art and Creative Writing by Kathleen Walsh Piper” (review), The WAC Journal (Writing Across the Curriculum), vol 15, 2004

“A Wheel of Memory,” (review of The Hereford Mappamundi, CD-ROM #0-472-00274-0, by Naomi Reed Kline), Renaissance, vol 8, #1, Issue #29, 2002.

“Finally, a Book That Is Really About Looking at Art!,” (review of Art Fraud Detective by Anna Nilsen), CUT & PASTE, Elementary & Secondary Edition, a publication of The MASTER Teacher®,  vol 3, no 7, September 2002

Feeling Good for Good Reason,” CUT & PASTE , Elementary & Secondary Edition, a publication of The MASTER Teacher®,  vol 3, no 7, September 2002