Writings about June Wayne

1936

  • Crespo de la Serna, J. J. Exposición de Óleos y Dibujos June Claire y B. Rivas Cid. Exh. cat. Mexico City: Galería de Exposiciónes del Palacio de Bellas Artes, 1936. 

1938

  • The Artists’ Union National Exhibition. Exh. cat. Springfield, Illinois: Springfield Museum of Fine Arts, 1938. 
  • “Salon des Indépendants de Chicago.” La Revue Moderne 19 (15 October 1938): 13.
  • Thirteenth Annual Exhibition. Exh. cat. Chicago: Society of Artists, Inc., 1938.

1939

  • Art Exhibit by Chicago Artists. Exh. cat. Chicago: Exhibition Hall, Navy Pier, 1939.
  • Exhibition by Jewish Artists. Exh. cat. Chicago: Federal Art Project, WPA, College of Jewish Studies, 1939.
  • “Portrait Preview Up for Auction.” Chicago Evening American, 4 May 1939.

1940

  • Weisenborn, F. “What Our Galleries Are Showing.” Chicago Sunday Times, 21 January 1940.

1949

  • Seventh National Exhibition of Prints Made during the Current Year. Exh. cat. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 1949.
  • Tupman, T. P. Arts Exhibition. Exh. cat. Pomona: California State Fair, 1949.

1950

  • Arts Exhibition. Exh. cat. Pomona: Los Angeles County Fair, 1950.
  • Bear, D. June Wayne—Paintings, Drawings, Space Constructions, Lithographs. Exh. cat. Santa Barbara: Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1950.
  • Exhibition of Artists of Los Angeles and Vicinity. Exh. cat. Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum, 1950.
  • Frankenstein, A. “At the Galleries.” San Francisco Chronicle, 6 August 1950, 15.
  • Haas, I. “The Print Collector.” Artnews 49, no. 7 (November 1950): 54. 
  • Langsner, J. “Art News from Los Angeles.” Artnews 49, no. 1 (March 1950): 51.
  • Langsner, J. “Creative Pursuit, June Wayne.” Arts & Architecture 67, no. 3 (March 1950): 30.
  • Seldis, H. J. “June Wayne Uses Three Media to Create Controversial Work Now on Exhibit Here.” Santa Barbara News-Press, 19 March 1950.
  • Tupman, T. P. Arts Exhibition. Exh. cat. Pomona: California State Fair, 1950.

1951

  • Arts & Architecture 68, no. 2 (February 1951): front cover. 
  • Arts Exhibition. Exh. cat. Pomona: Los Angeles County Fair, 1951.
  • Fifty-seventh Annual Exhibition of Western Art. Exh. cat. Denver: Denver Art Museum, 1951.
  • Haas, I. “The Print Collector.” Artnews 49, no. 10 (February 1951): 12, 64.
  • Johnson, U. E. Fifth National Print Annual Exhibition. Exh. cat. Brooklyn: Brooklyn Museum, 1951.
  • Langsner, J. “Art News from Los Angeles.” Artnews 49, no. 1 (January 1951): 51. 
  • Langsner, J. “Art News from Los Angeles.” Artnews 50, no. 6 (October 1951): 50. 
  • Langsner, J. “Art News from Los Angeles.” Artnews 50, no. 8 (December 1951): 52.
  • Langsner, J. “The Bear of Santa Barbara.” Artnews 50, no. 5 (September 1951): 33. 
  • Langsner, J. “This Summer in Los Angeles.” Artnews 50, no. 4 (Summer 1951): 38.
  • McCann Morley, G. L. Fifteenth Annual Drawing and Print Exhibition: San Francisco Art Association. Exh. cat. San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Art, 1951.
  • McConnell, J. E. Art Exhibition. Exh. cat. Pomona: California State Fair, 1951.
  • McCoy, E. “Family Gallery in the Pines.” Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, 11 November 1951.
  • Northwest Printmakers: Twenty-third Annual Exhibition. Exh. cat. Seattle: Seattle Art Museum, 1951. 
  • Thirteenth Artists West of the Mississippi: Prints and Drawings. Exh. cat. Colorado Springs: Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, 1951.
  • Thirty-fifth Annual Exhibition. Exh. cat. New York: Society of American Etchers, Gravers, Lithographers and Woodcutters, Kennedy Galleries, 1951.
  • Weller, A. S. Contemporary American Painting. Exh. cat. Urbana: University of Illinois, 1951.

1952

  • Arms, J. T. Thirty-sixth Annual Exhibition. Exh. cat. New York: Society of American Graphic Artists, Kennedy Galleries, 1952. 
  • Art Exhibition. Exh. cat. Pomona: California State Fair, 1952. 
  • Ashton, D. “Prints.” Art Digest 26 (15 May 1952): 11.
  • The Contemporaries. Exh. checklist. New York: Contemporaries Gallery, 1952.
  • Fifth Annual National Exhibition of Graphic Arts and Arts and Crafts. Exh. cat. Pomona: Los Angeles County Fair, 1952.
  • The Fiftieth Annual International Exhibition: Water Colors, Prints, Drawings. Exh. cat. Philadelphia: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1952.
  • Funke-Elbstadt, R. Internationale Graphik: Forty Artists under Forty. Exh. cat. Salzburg: Galerie Kunst der Gegenwart; Vienna: Secession Gallery, 1952.
  • Goodall, P. First National Exhibition of Prints: Printmakers of Southern California. Exh. cat. Los Angeles: University of Southern California, 1952.
  • Hale, R. B., and R. J. McKinney. American Water Colors, Drawings, and Prints. Exh. cat. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1952.
  • Johnson, U. E. “Brooklyn Exhibition of American Prints 1947–1956.” Brooklyn Museum Bulletin 14, no. 1 (1952): 19.
  • Langsner, J. “Art News from Los Angeles.” Artnews 51, no. 3 (May 1952): 49.
  • Langsner, J. “Art News from Los Angeles.” Artnews 51, no. 8 (December 1952): 41.
  • Langsner, J. “This Summer in Los Angeles.” Artnews 51, no. 4 (Summer 1952): 85.
  • Lee, J. “Space, Stories, and Symbols Keynote Wayne Exhibit Here.” Pasadena Star News, 
  • 7 December 1952.
  • Leeper, J. P. June Wayne (Paintings, Lithographs, Drawings). Exh cat. Pasadena: Pasadena
  • Art Institute; Santa Barbara: Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1952.
  • Lithographs by June Wayne / Etchings by Ynez Johnston. Exh. checklist. Chicago: Department of Prints and Drawings, Art Institute of Chicago, 1952.
  • Millier, A. “Coast to Coast.” Art Digest 27 (15 December 1952): 14.
  • Moderne Kunst aus USA: Auswahl aus den Sammlungen des Museum of Modern Art, New York. Exh. cat. Frankfurt am Main: Städelschen Kunstinstitut, 1952.
  • Riley, M. K. “Art / A Dreamer’s Intuitive View.” Fortnight, 22 December 1952, 28.
  • Stein Duyemling, H. “Print Maker’s Work Shown at Chicago.” Fort Wayne News and Sentinel, 19 April 1952.
  • Third Annual Print Exhibition. Exh. cat. Peoria, Illinois: Bradley University, 1952.
  • Twentieth Annual Exhibition: Water Colors, Pastels, Drawings and Prints. Exh. cat. Oakland: 
  • Oakland Art Gallery, 1952.
  • “Wayne Display Attracts at Pasadena Institute.” Los Angeles Times, 7 December 1952, part 4.

1953

  • Arts & Architecture 70, no. 2 (February 1953): front cover.
  • Berryman, F. S. “News of Artists and Exhibitions.” Washington, D.C. Sunday Star, 6 December 1953, E7.
  • Eighteenth Exhibition of Washington Printmakers. Exh. cat. Washington, D.C.: American Institute of Architects, 1953.
  • “Exhibition, Contemporaries Gallery.” Art Digest 27 (15 March 1953): 21.
  • First Annual Dallas National Print Exhibition. Exh. cat. Dallas: Dallas Print Society, Museum of Fine Arts, 1953.
  • “June Wayne Explains Mysteries of Modern Art.” Los Angeles Canyon Crier, 14 May 1953.
  • “June Wayne Show Opens at Museum.” Santa Barbara News-Press, 21 January 1953.
  • Langsner, J. “Art News from Los Angeles.” Artnews 52, no. 2 (April 1953): 41.
  • Langsner, J. “This Summer in Los Angeles.” Artnews 52, no. 4 (Summer 1953): 52.
  • Lithographs by June Wayne. Exh. cat. New York: Contemporaries Gallery, 1953.
  • Myrup, T. “Artist Says Art Changeable; Critic to Give Final Talk.” UCLA Daily Bruin, 28 July 1953.
  • Second National Exhibition of Prints: Printmakers of Southern California. Exh. cat. Los Angeles: University of Southern California, 1953.
  • Thirty-seventh Annual Exhibition. Exh. cat. New York: Society of American Graphic Artists, Kennedy Galleries, 1953.
  • Twenty-first Fall Annual Exhibition of Watercolors, Pastels, Drawings and Prints. Exh. cat. Oakland: Oakland Art Museum, 1953.
  • Young American Printmakers. Exh. cat. New York: Junior Council of the Museum of Modern Art, 1953.

1954

  • American Association of University Women: Art Exhibit. Exh. cat. Santa Monica: Santa Monica City College, 1954.
  • Artnews 52, no. 2 (February 1954): 50.
  • Clapp, F. L. “Unusual Exhibit Being Offered. Exhibition of Oils, Drawings and Lithographs at the Art Center at La Jolla.” La Jolla (California) Light, 18 February 1954.
  • Eighth National Print Annual Exhibition. Exh. cat. Brooklyn: Brooklyn Museum, 1954.
  • “Exhibit at Santa Barbara.” Art Digest 29 (15 February 1954): 29.
  • Fifth Annual Exhibition of Prints. Exh. cat. Peoria, Illinois: Bradley University, 1954.
  • “Graphic Arts.” Bulletin of the Art Division of the Los Angeles County Museum 6, no. 3 (June–July–August 1954): 25.
  • Langsner, J. “Art News from Los Angeles.” Artnews 52, no. 10 (February 1954): 50. 
  • Langsner, J. “Art News from Los Angeles.” Artnews 53, no. 7 (November 1954): 55.
  • Millier, Arthur. Prints by California Artists. Los Angeles: Crest, 1954.
  • Paintings and Lithographs by June Wayne. Exh. cat. La Jolla, California: Art Center of La Jolla, 1954.
  • Sixtieth Annual Exhibition of Western Art. Exh. cat. Denver: Denver Art Museum, 1954.
  • Under One Hundred. Exh. checklist. San Antonio: McNay Art Institute, 1954.
  • Ward, L. Thirty-eighth Annual Exhibition. Exh. cat. New York: Society of American Graphic Artists, Kennedy Galleries, 1954.
  • Weller, A. S. Graphic Arts—USA. Exh. cat. Urbana: University of Illinois, 1954.

1955

  • Devree, H. “Three Shows Emphasize Progress and Vitality.” New York Times, 1 May 1955, X9.
  • Duggins, G. Art Exhibition. Exh. cat. Pomona: California State Fair, 1955.
  • Jones, N. C. National Association of Women Artists: Sixty-third Annual Exhibition. Exh. cat. New York: National Academy Galleries, 1955.
  • Langsner, J. “Summer Events: Los Angeles.” Artnews 54, no. 4 (Summer 1955): 57. 
  • Macdonald Wright, S. “Art News from Los Angeles.” Artnews 54, no. 6 (October 1955): 52.
  • McCann Morley, G. L., and M. C. Ross. III Bienal. Exh. cat. São Paulo: Museu de Arte Moderna de São Paulo, 1955.
  • Mills, P. Second Annual Western Sculpture and National Print Exhibition. Exh. cat. Oakland: Oakland Art Museum, 1955.
  • Nineteenth Annual Drawing and Print Exhibition of the San Francisco Art Association. Exh. cat. San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Art, 1955.
  • Northwest Printmakers: Twenty-seventh International Exhibition. Exh. cat. Seattle: Seattle Art Museum, 1955.
  • Sixth Annual Exhibition of Prints. Exh. cat. Peoria, Illinois: Bradley University, 1955.
  • Ward, L. Thirty-ninth Annual Exhibition. Exh. cat. New York: Society of American Graphic Artists, Kennedy Galleries, 1955.
  • Wise, V. First Graphics Exhibition. Exh. cat. El Paso: Texas Western College, 1955.

1956

  • Art in Architecture. Exh. cat. Los Angeles: American Institute of Architects, Southern California Gas Company, 1955.
  • “Art Pleasure.” San Leandro (California) Morning News, 6 August 1956.
  • Centennial Exhibition. Exh. cat. San Jose: San Jose State University Art Gallery, 1956.
  • Cross, M. D. “Culture Festival Date Near.” Oakland Tribune, 8 April 1956.
  • “Dessinateurs Americains.” Informations et Documents 55 (15 October 1956): 34.
  • “Drawings, Lithographs and Oils on Exhibition through September 14.” Vallejo (California) Times-Herald, 19 August 1956.
  • Duggins, G. Art Exhibition. Exh. cat. Pomona: California State Fair, 1956.
  • Frankenstein, A. “Meaningful Symbols in June Wayne’s Art.” San Francisco Chronicle, 
  • 17 August 1956, 19.
  • Garth, J. “June Wayne.” San Francisco Argonaut, 24 August 1956, 20.
  • Grafty, D. “Lithographs in Philadelphia.” Christian Science Monitor, 21 January 1956, 4.
  • Heintzelman, A. Dessins Americains Contemporains. Exh. cat. Strasbourg: Cabinet des
  • Estampes, Chateau des Rohan, 1956.
  • Johnson, U. E. Ten Years of American Prints 1947–1956. Exh. cat. Brooklyn: Brooklyn Museum, 1956.
  • Langsner, J. “June Wayne: Imagist.” Arts & Architecture 73, no. 8 (August 1956): 12–13.
  • Langsner, J. Paintings, Drawings, Prints by June Wayne. Exh. checklist and note. San Francisco: M. H. de Young Memorial Museum, 1956.
  • McCann Morley, G. L. Pacific Coast Art: United States Representation at the Third Biennial of São Paulo. Exh. cat. San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Art, 1956.
  • Moschzisker, B. von. Curator’s Choice. Exh. cat. Philadelphia: Print Club of Philadelphia, 1956.
  • Mumford, L. Q. Fourteenth National Exhibition of Prints Made during the Current Year. Exh. cat. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 1956.
  • “Notiziario d’arte.” Domus 314 (January 1956): 61.
  • Phillips, W. D. “Gallery Preview.” Beverly Hills Citizen, 29 October 1956.
  • Rothenstein, J. et al. Modern Art in the United States, Paintings, Sculptures and Prints: A Selection from the Collections of the Museum of Modern Art. Exh. cat. London: Tate Gallery, 1956.
  • Twentieth Annual Exhibition. Exh. checklist. Washington, D.C.: Society of Washington Printmakers, 1956.
  • Twenty-eighth Annual Exhibition of Lithography. Exh. cat. Philadelphia: Print Club of Philadelphia, 1956.
  • Twenty-fifth Annual American Graphic Arts and Drawing Exhibition. Exh. cat. Wichita: Wichita Art Association, 1956.
  • Ward, L. Fortieth Annual Exhibition. Exh. cat. New York: Society of American Graphic Artists, Architectural League, 1956.

1957

  • Bartlett, F. Artists West of the Mississippi. Exh. cat. Colorado Springs: Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, 1957.
  • An Exhibition of Master Prints. Exh. cat. Los Angeles: Grunwald Graphic Arts Foundation, University of California at Los Angeles, 1957.
  • Forty-first Annual Exhibition. Exh. checklist. New York: Society of American Graphic Artists, 1957.
  • Morley, G. California Painting. Exh. cat. Long Beach: Municipal Art Center, 1957.
  • Twenty-first Annual Exhibition. Exh. checklist. Washington, D.C.: Society of Washington Printmakers, United States National Museum, 1957
  • Twenty-ninth Annual Exhibition of Lithography. Exh. checklist. Philadelphia: Print Club of Philadelphia, 1957.

1958

  • American Color Print Society: Nineteenth Traveling Exhibition. Exh. checklist. Philadelphia: Print Club of Philadelphia, 1958.
  • Ames, R. “June Wayne Drawings, Prints Show Mastery.” Santa Barbara News-Press, 
  • 21 September 1958.
  • Berryman, Florence. “Big Printmakers Show Technically Excellent.” Washington, D.C. Sunday Star, 2 February 1958, E7.
  • Cross, M. D. ‘‘Penetrating Drawings, Prints of June Wayne in S. F. Display.” Oakland Tribune, 24 August 1958.
  • Elliott, J. H. Annual Exhibition: Artists of Los Angeles and Vicinity. Exh. cat. Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum, 1958.
  • The Fantastic, the Occult and the Bizarre in Prints. Exh. cat. Washington, D.C.: National Gallery of Art, 1958.
  • Groschwitz, G. von. Fifth International Biennial of Contemporary Color Lithography. Exh. cat. Cincinnati: Cincinnati Art Museum, 1958.
  • Heller, J. Printmaking Today. New York: Henry Holt, 1958: 46–47.
  • Johnson, U. E. Eleventh National Print Exhibition. Exh. cat. Brooklyn: Brooklyn Museum, 1958.
  • Mille Gravures en Couleurs. Exh. cat. London: Redfern Gallery, 1958.
  • Portner, L. J. “The National Gallery.” Washington Post and Times-Herald, 30 March 1958, E7.
  • Print Festival. Exh. cat. Pasadena: Pasadena Art Museum, 1958. 
  • Sixteenth National Exhibition of Prints Made during the Current Year. Exh. cat. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 1958.
  • Thirtieth Annual Exhibition of Lithography. Exh. checklist. Philadelphia: Print Club of Philadelphia, 1958.
  • Troche, E. G. June Wayne: Drawings, Etchings, Lithographs, Monotypes, Including Thirty Works on the Poems of John Donne. Exh. cat. San Francisco: Achenbach Foundation for the Graphic Arts, 1958.
  • Twenty-second Exhibition. Exh. cat. Washington, D.C.: Society of Washington Printmakers, United States National Museum, 1958.
  • Walker, D. “Painting That Translates Poetry.” San Francisco News, 9 August 1958, 12T.

1959

  • “Art.” Newsweek 54, no. 15 (12 October 1959): 115.
  • “Art.” Newsweek 54, no. 18 (2 November 1959): 9.
  • “Donne’s Works for Museums.” Gloucester (Massachusetts) Citizen, 18 February 1959.
  • Donson, J. A. Arts of Southern California V: Prints. Exh. cat. Long Beach: Long Beach Museum
  • of Art, 1959.
  • Etchings, Lithographs and Drawings. Exh. cat. Philadelphia: Philadelphia Art Alliance, 1959. 
  • Feinblatt, E. Prints and Drawings by June Wayne. Exh. cat. Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum, 1959.
  • Forty-second Annual Exhibition. Exh. cat. New York: Society of American Graphic Artists, Riverside Museum, 1959.
  • J. A. C. “La Jeune Gravure Contemporaine au Musee d’Art Moderne.” Combat, 14 April 1959.
  • La Jeune Gravure Contemporaine. Exh. cat. Paris: Musée national d’art moderne, 1959. 
  • “June Wayne to Exhibit Etchings, Drawings.” Philadelphia Art Alliance Bulletin 38, no. 2 (November 1959): 12. 
  • Langsner, J. “Art News from Los Angeles.” Artnews 58, no. 2 (April 1959): 48.
  • Langsner, J. “The Way I See It.” Beverly Hills Times, 26 March 1959.
  • Langsner, J. “The Way I See It.” Beverly Hills Times, 30 April 1959.
  • Leonard Edmondson, Inez Johnston, June Wayne. Exh. checklist. Pittsburgh: Carnegie College of Fine Art, 1959.
  • “Lithograph Exhibit Widely Acclaimed.” Los Angeles Times, 17 May 1959.
  • Malone, L. Sixty-fifth Annual for Western Artists. Exh. cat. Denver: Denver Art Museum, 1959.
  • Marion Koogler McNay Institute. Exh. checklist. San Antonio: McNay Art Institute, 1959.
  • Mills, P., M. Ponce de Leon, and J. Heller. Bay Printmakers’ Society Fifth National Exhibition. Exh. cat. Oakland: Oakland Art Museum, 1959.
  • The One Hundred and Fifty-fourth Annual Exhibition: Water Colors, Prints, Drawings. Exh. cat. Philadelphia: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1959. 
  • “Phillips Gallery Exhibiting Ferren & Debre.” Washington Post and Times-Herald, 1 February 1959, E7.
  • Rosenwald, L. J. American Prints Today / 1959. Exh. cat. New York: Print Council of
  • America, 1959.
  • Seventeenth National Exhibition of Prints Made during the Current Year. Exh. cat. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 1959.
  • Seventh Annual Los Angeles All-City Art Festival. Exh. cat. Los Angeles: Los Angeles Municipal Art Department, 1959.
  • Williams, V. “Print Exhibit Opens Today.” Long Beach Press-Telegram, 12 July 1959.
  • “Words & Pictures: The New Art Portfolios.” Time, 11 May 1959, 80.

1960

  • Adams, P. R., and G. von Groschwitz. The 1960 International Biennial of Prints. Exh. cat. Cincinnati: Cincinnati Art Museum, 1960.
  • Callan, M. A. “L.A. Woman Seeks to Renew Artist-Artisan Collaboration.” Los Angeles Times, 24 July 1960, I1.
  • Donson, J. A. Arts of Southern California VIII: Drawing. Exh. cat. Long Beach: Long Beach Museum of Art, 1960.
  • Downey Museum of Art. Exh. checklist. Downey, California: Downey Museum of Art, 1960.
  • “Ford Foundation Reviews Old Art Form (Not the Model T).” Beverly Hills Canyon Crier, 21 July 1960. 
  • Forty-fifth Annual Exhibition, California Society of Etchers. Exh. cat. San Francisco: California Palace of the Legion of Honor, 1960.
  • Forty-third Annual Print Exhibition. Exh. cat. New York: Society of American Graphic Artists, IBM Galleries, 1960.
  • Fourth Annual Print Exhibit. Exh. cat. Clinton, New Jersey: Hunterdon County Art Center, 1960. 
  • French, R. H. Second Annual Contemporary American Printmakers. Exh. cat. Greencastle, Indiana: DePauw University Art Center, 1960.
  • Informations et Documents 55 (15 October 1960): 35.
  • Leavitt, T. W. Second National Print Exhibition. Exh. cat. Pasadena: Pasadena Art Museum, 1960.
  • Mills, P., and L. Bunce. Bay Printmakers’ Society Sixth National Exhibition. Exh. cat. Oakland: Oakland Art Museum, 1960.
  • Nordland, G. “Art: In Los Angeles.” Los Angeles Frontier 11, no. 9 (July 1960): 21.
  • Rodman, Selden. The Insiders: Rejection and Rediscovery of Man in the Arts of Our Time. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1960: 109–12.
  • Rosenwald, L. J. La Gravure Américaine d’Aujourd’hui. Exh. cat. Paris: Print Council of America and L’Association Française d’Action Artistique, 1960. 
  • Second Annual Print Fair. Exh. cat. Philadelphia: Free Library of Philadelphia, 1960.
  • Seldis, H. J. “Lithography Workshop Gets $165,000 Grant.” Los Angeles Times, 20 July 1960, part 3, 2.
  • Society of American Graphic Artists: Contemporary Graphic Art. Exh. cat. New York: Society of American Graphic Artists, 1960.
  • Thirty-second Annual of Lithography. Exh. checklist. Philadelphia: Print Club of Philadelphia, 1960.
  • Three Artists. Exh. checklist. Philadelphia: Print Club of Philadelphia, 1960.
  • Twelfth National Print Exhibition. Exh. cat. Brooklyn: Brooklyn Museum, 1960.
  • Twenty-first Annual Color Print Exhibition. Exh. checklist. Philadelphia: American Color Print Society, 1960.
  • Twenty-third Exhibition. Exh. cat. Washington, D.C.: Society of Washington Printmakers, United States National Museum, 1960.
  • Weston, H. 75 Grabadores Norteamericanos. Exh. cat. Caracas: Museo de Bellas Artes de Caracas, 1960.

1961

  • Callen, M. A. “Artist Envisions ‘New Rome’—West’s Culture Grows Up.” Los Angeles Times, 27 December 1961, part 2, 1.
  • Culler, G. D. Twenty-fifth Annual Drawing, Print and Sculpture Exhibition of the San Francisco Art Institute. Exh. cat. San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Art, 1961.
  • Culler, G. D. Twenty-fourth Annual Drawing, Print and Sculpture Exhibition of the San Francisco Art Association. Exh. cat. San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Art, 1961.
  • Grabados Originales Exhibición: Pennell Collection of the Library of Congress. Exh. cat. San Salvador, 1961.
  • Hofer, P., and E. Garvey. The Artist and the Book: 1860–1960. Exh. cat. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard College, 1961.
  • Kitaoka, F. Twenty-ninth Exhibition of the Japan Print Association and the American Color Print Society. Exh. cat. Tokyo: Japan Print Association, 1961.
  • Langsner, J. “The Way I See It.” Beverly Hills Times, 22 June 1961, 8.
  • Peterdi, G. An Exhibition of Prints by Invitation. Exh. cat. Memphis: Brooks Memorial Art Gallery, 1961.

1962

  • American Prints 1775–1962. Exh. checklist. New York: Terry Dintenfass Gallery, 1962
  • “Artist-Writer June Wayne Speaks at Park Art Gallery.” San Diego Naval Recreation Bulletin, 5 February 1962.
  • Award Winners 1953–1962. Exh. cat. Los Angeles: Otis Art Institute, 1962.
  • Fagan, B. “Tamarind Exhibition Result of Ford-financed Project.” (Portland) Oregonian, 30 April 1962, sec. 2, 5.
  • First National Annual Print Invitational Exhibition. Exh. cat. Los Angeles: Otis Art Institute, 1962.
  • Groschwitz, G. von. International Prints 1962. Exh. cat. Cincinnati: Cincinnati Art Museum, 1962.
  • Invitation Exhibition of Lithography and Intaglio Prints. Exh. checklist. Philadelphia: Print Club of Philadelphia, 1962.
  • Langsner, J. “Is There an American Print Revival? Tamarind Workshop.” Artnews 60, no. 9 (January 1962): 34–35.
  • Langsner, J. “Los Angeles Letter.” Art International 6, no. 2 (March 1962): 45.
  • Langsner, J. “Painting and Sculpture.” Craft Horizons 22 (July–August 1962): 41.
  • “Lithography Exhibit Due.” Los Angeles Independent, 4 January 1962.
  • New Acquisitions. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 1962.
  • “New Talent Brushes into Spotlight.” Washington Post, 7 January 1962, G5.
  • Northwest Printmakers Thirty-third International Exhibition. Exh. cat. Seattle: Seattle Art Museum; Portland: Portland Art Museum, 1962.
  • Phillips, P. “Lithography Revival Hails the Beauty of the Stone.” Hollywood Citizen News, 6 January 1962.
  • Porter, B. “Problems Grew an Idea.” Dallas Times Herald, 17 June 1962.
  • Porter, B. “Tamarind’s Wayne to Lecture.” Dallas Times Herald, 22 June 1962.
  • Rosenbaum, B. G. “The Collector’s Corner: Festival of Religious Art—Part II, The Paintings.” Goshen (New York) Independent Republican, 18 January 1962, 4.
  • Ross, J. Forty-fourth Annual Print Exhibition. Exh. cat. New York: Society of American Graphic Artists, Associated American Artists, 1962.
  • Seldis, H. J. “Lithography Revival? Show Proves It’s Real.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 7 January 1962, 2.
  • Seldis, H. J. “Popularity vs. Quality Seen Major Art Failing.” Los Angeles Times, 11 January 1962, part 4, 8.
  • Strickler, C. “A Dream—It Comes True Today at UCLA Art Galleries.” Los Angeles Examiner, 7 January 1962.
  • “Tamarind.” Artforum 1, no. 3 (August 1962): 28–31.
  • Third Annual Print Fair 1962. Exh. cat. New York: Burr Galleries; Philadelphia: Free Library of Philadelphia, 1962.
  • Troche, E. G. Eight Centuries of Law Documents, Books, Prints and Artifacts: Eighty-fifth Annual Meeting American Bar Association. Exh. cat. San Francisco: Bar Association of San Francisco, 1962.
  • Twenty-third Annual Color Print Exhibition: American Color Print Society. Exh. checklist. Philadelphia: Print Club of Philadelphia, 1962.
  • Wight, F. S. “The Art of the Lithograph.” Arts & Architecture 79, no. 1 (January 1962): 22–23, 30–31. 
  • Wight, F. S. Lithographs from the Tamarind Workshop. Exh. cat. Los Angeles: University of California at Los Angeles Art Galleries, 1962.

1963

  • “City Praised for Upsurge in Art.” Santa Barbara News-Press, 9 April 1963.
  • Getlein, F. “D.C. Printmakers at Watkins Gallery.” Washington, D.C. Sunday Star, 10 March 1963, B12.
  • Gray, C. “Tamarind Workshop.” Art in America 51, no. 5 (October 1963): 99–100.
  • “Herron Pilots Pioneer Course in Lithograph.” Indianapolis Star, 24 March 1963.
  • Long, W. Second National Invitational Print Exhibition. Exh. cat. Los Angeles: Otis Art Institute, 1963.
  • Miller, M. “The Return of Printmaking.” Los Angeles, December 1963.
  • Millier, A. “History of Printing.” Los Angeles Herald-News, 8 September 1963.
  • “Rembrandt Club Sets Meeting.” Los Angeles Times, 13 January 1963, E2.
  • Ross, J. 100 Prints of the Year 1962: Society of American Graphic Artists. Exh. cat. New York: Associated American Artists, 1963.
  • Society of Washington Printmakers Members’ Show. Exh. cat. Washington, D.C.: American University, 1963.

1964

  • Adams, C. Art Since 1889. Exh. cat. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Art Museum, 1964.
  • Adams, C. “Lithography and Tamarind.” Art Education 17, no. 4 (April 1964): 16–17.
  • Adams, C. Selections from the L. M. Asher Family Collection. Exh. cat. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Art Museum, 1964.
  • Donohue, V. “Print Club.” Philadelphia Inquirer Public Ledger, 8 March 1964.
  • Four Women Artists: Elise Cavanna, Claire Falkenstein, Dextra Frankel, June Wayne. Exh. cat. 
  • Fullerton: Art Gallery, California State College at Fullerton, 1964.
  • Grafly, D. “Museum Exhibits Prints Produced at Tamarind.” Philadelphia Sunday Bulletin, 1 March 1964, sec. 2, 3.
  • Howell, B. “June Wayne Explores Lithography.” Los Angeles Evening Outlook, November 1964, 17.
  • Johnson, U. E. Fourteenth National Print Exhibition. Exh. cat. Brooklyn: Brooklyn Museum, 1964.
  • Leavitt, T. W. Donald Bear Memorial Collection. Exh. cat. Santa Barbara: Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1964.
  • Litchfield, D. H. The Fabulous Decade: A Collection of Prints of the Nineteen-Fifties. Exh. cat. Philadelphia: Free Library of Philadelphia, 1964.
  • “Lithography at Tamarind: Because Water Hates Grease.” Time, 10 April 1964, 82–84.
  • Mason, G. C., and E. S. Peck. New Dimensions in Lithography. Exh. cat. Los Angeles: University of Southern California, 1964.
  • Northwest Printmakers Thirty-fifth International Exhibition. Exh. cat. Seattle: Seattle Art Museum; Portland: Portland Art Museum, 1964.
  • Original Prints 1964: California Society of Etchers Fiftieth Anniversary Exhibition. Exh. cat. San Francisco: California Palace of the Legion of Honor, 1964.
  • Seidenbaum, A. “Lots of Print in This Contract.” Los Angeles Times, 28 October 1964, part 5, 1.
  • Seldis, H. J. “Tamarind’s Fellows Real Pros.” Los Angeles Times, Calender, 8 November 1964, 10.
  • “Tamarind . . . The House of Stone.” Western Printer & Lithographer 32, no. 8 (October 1964): 38–39, 65. 
  • Twenty-fifth National Exhibition. Exh. cat. Washington, D.C.: Society of Washington Printmakers, United States National Museum, Smithsonian Institution, 1964.
  • “Workshop Group Show.” Hollywood Citizen News, 31 October 1964.

1965

  • Baker, N. “Tamarind Lithographs.” San Diego Evening Tribune, 23 April 1965.
  • Black and White Exhibition. Exh. cat. Philadelphia: Print Club of Philadelphia, 1965.
  • Cortella, G. Arts of Southern California XVI: Prints. Exh. cat. Long Beach: Long Beach Museum of Art, 1965.
  • Dusheck, G. “Her Art Sells, But Not in S. F.” San Francisco Call Bulletin, 5 January 1965.
  • Hess, J. L. “An American Artist in Search of Paper.” New York Times, international edition, 16 April 1965.
  • “June Wayne Conducts Workshop to Retain Art of Lithography.” Springfield (Massachusetts) Union, 11 January 1965, 11.
  • “June Wayne, Lithograph Revival Initiator, Sparking HSC Show with Talk Tomorrow.” Humboldt (California) Times, Woman’s Page, 9 May 1965.
  • “Life Pumped into Dying Art Form.” Royal Oak (Michigan) Daily Tribune, 6 January 1965.
  • “Lithograph Expert Slates Davis Talk.” Sacramento Bee, 16 November 1965, A23.
  • “Lithographs on Exhibit.” Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, 2 May 1965, 44.
  • Millier, A. “Lithography Reborn in World of Art.” Los Angeles Herald-News, January 1965.
  • Neville, J. “Tamarind Print Show to Open.” Dallas Morning News, 13 June 1965, 3D.
  • “New Dimensions in Lithography.” Artforum 3, no. 4 (January 1965): 44.
  • Pockriss, J. “Lithographs: Revival of an Old Fine Art.” McCalls 92, no. 8 (May 1965).
  • Sammis, C. S. “Drawing on Stone.” Christian Science Monitor, 2 June 1965, 12.
  • Seidenbaum, A. “The Dead Mouse That Roared on Tamarind Avenue.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 14 March 1965, 3.
  • Sweeney, J. “June Wayne Helps to Put New Life into Lithography.” Schenectady (New York) Union-Star, 3 June 1965, 18.
  • Sweeney, J. “Woman Artist Rejuvenating Lithography.” Taunton (Massachusetts) Daily Gazette, 20 February 1965.
  • Sweeney, J. “Woman Renews Interest in an Old Art Form.” Oregon City Enterprise-Courier, 
  • Spotlight, 26 May 1965, 4.
  • “Tamarind Print Prizes.” American Artist 29, no. 1 (January 1965): 8.
  • Willard, C. “In the Art Galleries.” New York Post, 12 September 1965, 46.
  • “Woman Artist Revives Lithography.” Worcester (Massachusetts) Telegram, 21 January 1965.
  • “Woman’s Day to be Observed at USC.” Los Angeles Times, 7 February 1965, E2.

1966

  • The Arts in California. Los Angeles: California Arts Commission, 1966: 69–70. 
  • Bergman, H. “A Worried Lady Artist Says Politicians Peril Culture.” San Francisco
  • Examiner, 21 May 1966.
  • Bry, M. E. “Art.” Sausalito (California) FM & the Arts 5, no. 7 (July 1966): 9.
  • Conover, A. “Business Training Said Artistic Must.” Hollywood Citizen News, May 1966.
  • Drabkin, S. Fiftieth Anniversary: Return Engagement. Exh. cat. Philadelphia: Philadelphia Art Alliance, 1966.
  • Dusheck, G. “An Editor’s Dim View of Culture Fad.” San Francisco Sunday Examiner Chronicle, 22 May 1966.
  • “Esquire Magazine Editor Urges Business to Increase Aid to Arts.” Riverside (California) Enterprise, 23 May 1966.
  • Graf, R. California Printmakers. San Francisco: Printmaking Center of the San Francisco Art Institute, 1966.
  • Johnson, B. E. “At the Priory-A Festival of ART.” Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, 18 September 1966, 44.
  • “Judging Entries.” Kansas City Times, 6 April 1966.
  • “Kingsley Slates Talk on Print Collecting.” Sacramento Union, 11 November 1966.
  • Mumford, L. Q. Twentieth National Exhibition of Prints. Exh. cat. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 1966.
  • Murphy, F. D., and E. M. Bloch. The Fred Grunwald Collection: A Memorial Exhibition. Exh. cat. Los Angeles: Grunwald Graphic Arts Foundation, University of California at Los Angeles, 1966.
  • Schlundt, V. “June Wayne and the Renaissance of Lithography.” Designers West 13 (November 1966): 19.
  • Shapp, N. “Can We Close the Culture Gap?” Oakland Tribune, World of Women, 25 May 1966.
  • Skelton, N. “Artist-Lecturer Tells What Prints Are Fit.” Sacramento Bee, 17 November 1966, B8.
  • Twenty-sixth Annual Color Print Exhibition. Exh. checklist. Philadelphia: American Color Print Society, Print Club of Philadelphia, 1966.
  • “Wanted: Managers for Our Burgeoning Culture Boom.” Los Angeles Herald-Examiner, 17 July 1966.

1967

  • Getlein, G. “Art: A Workshop That Saved Lithography from Extinction.” Washington, D.C. Sunday Star, 29 January 1967, D3.
  • Grafton, S. “Tamarind: Where Artist and Craftsman Meet.” Lithopinion 2, no. 1 (first quarter 1967): 18–25.
  • The Initial Showing of the Founding Collection of the California State Colleges. Exh. cat. Long Beach: California State College at Long Beach, 1967.
  • Potsdam Prints: National Print Exhibition 1967. Exh. cat. Potsdam: State University of New York at Potsdam, 1967. 
  • Seidenbaum, A. “Labor Gets Off the Picket Fence.” Los Angeles Times, 10 August 1967, part 5, 1.
  • Seidenbaum, A. “Lithography Art Leaves Its Print.” Los Angeles Times, 14 December 1967, part 4, 6.

1968

  • Adams, E. “Chit and Chat . . . About This ’n’ That.” Cincinnati Enquirer, 18 February 1968, 8H.
  • Baskett, M. W. American Graphic Workshops: 1968. Exh. cat. Cincinnati: Cincinnati Art Museum, 1968.
  • Buckingham, L. “The Arts Carousel.” Albuquerque Times-Journal News, 1 February 1968.
  • Frankenstein, A. “Tamarind Lithograph Exhibit at S. F. Museum.” San Francisco Chronicle, 26 December 1968, 41.
  • Fried, A. “Giving Prints a Bigger Place in Art World.” San Francisco Examiner, 21 December 1968.
  • Lewis, L. M. June Wayne. Exh. cat. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Art Museum, 1968.
  • Mostra Biennale Internazionale della Grafica. Exh. cat. Florence: Unione Fiorentina, Palazzo Strozzi, 1968.
  • Society of Washington Printmakers: Members’ Show 1967–1968. Exh. cat. Washington, D.C.: George Washington University, 1968. 
  • Wilks, F. “Lithography Termed Union of Both Artist, Artisan.” Albuquerque Journal, 31 March 1968.

1969

  • Allen, V. “The Tamarind Lithography Workshop.” Members Newsletter, The Museum of Modern Art, May–June 1969, 6–8.
  • Baskett, M. W. The Art of June Wayne. New York: Abrams; Berlin: Gebruder Mann, 1969.
  • Baskett, M. W. Selections from Twenty Years of Lithographs by June Wayne. Exh. cat. New York: Far Gallery, 1969.
  • Breindel, M. “The Curatorial Training Programme at Tamarind.” Art and Australia 7, no. 1 (June 1969): 73–76.
  • Browne, R. “Reviews and Previews.” Artnews 68, no. 1 (March 1969): 71.
  • “Ex-Endicott Resident Writes an Art Book.” Binghamton (New York) Evening Press, 20 April 1969, 48.
  • Findsen, O. “Art Book by Cincinnatian.” Cincinnati Enquirer, 4 May 1969, 10J.
  • First San Diego National Invitational Print Show. Exh. cat. San Diego: Contemporary Arts Committee, Fine Arts Gallery, San Diego, 1969.
  • Genauer, E. “Art and the Artist.” New York Post, 3 May 1969, 46.
  • Genauer, E. “Lithography Lives in Hard-Edge Era.” Newsday, 3 May 1969, 25W–26W.
  • Glueck, G. “Movable Object, Irresistible Force.” New York Times, 4 May 1969, D23.
  • Glueck, G. “Tamarind: Homage to Lithography.” New York Times, 30 April 1969, 36.
  • Hendrick, K. “Tax Bill Held Threat to Cultural Explosion.” Christian Science Monitor, 12 September 1969, 3.
  • Howell, B. “Perspective on Art.” Los Angeles Evening Outlook, Outlook West, 2 August 1969, 16A.
  • Howell, B. “Perspective on Art.” Los Angeles Evening Outlook, Outlook West, 13 September 1969, 16A. 
  • Howell, B. “Perspective on Art.” Los Angeles Evening Outlook, Outlook West, 20 September 1969, 16A.
  • “June Wayne.” Cincinnati Enquirer, 14 September 1969, 12H.
  • Kosover, T. “The Rescued Art.” New York Women’s Wear Daily, 29 April 1969, 12.
  • Krebs, B. D. “Lithography on Display.” Dayton (Ohio) Leisure, 1 June 1969.
  • Lansdell, S. “Cincinnatian’s New Book.” Louisville (Kentucky) Courier Journal & Times, 11 May 1969, F13.
  • Levinson, R. “ArtScene.” Coast & FM Fine Arts, August 1969.
  • Lieberman, W. S., and V. Allen. Tamarind: Homage to Lithography. Exh. cat. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1969.
  • Lithographs by June Wayne: A Retrospective. Exh. checklist. Cincinnati: Cincinnati Art Museum, 1969.
  • Nordland, G. Francis / Kanemitsu / Moses / Wayne. Exh. cat. Downey, California: Downey Museum of Art, 1969.
  • O’Connor, J. J. “Can the Artist Be More Businesslike?” Wall Street Journal, 17 June 1969, 22.
  • Polley, E. M. “Tamarind Suites Exhibited.” Vallejo (California) Sunday Times-Herald, 2 March 1969.
  • Randolph, N. “Raffle-Dazzle Dinner Opens the Season.” New York Daily News, 28 April 1969, 36.
  • Roesch, R. “Dedication to a Cause Livens Lithography Art.” King Features Syndicate, 14 July 1969.
  • Sakol, J. “June Revives Dead Art.” San Francisco Sunday Examiner Chronicle, Women Today, 12 October 1969.
  • Savino, G. “Prints Pretty Picture for Lithography.” Newark Evening News, 22 May 1969.
  • Savoy, M. “Victories of June Wayne, Lithographer.” Los Angeles Times, 6 July 1969, H1.
  • Schmitz, K. “Are We Moving Lemming-Style to the Shade of the Mushroom?” Cincinnati Enquirer, 19 September 1969.
  • Seldis, H. J. “Leadership Roles Need Clarification.” Los Angeles Times, 6 March 1969, part 4, 1.
  • Seldis, H. J. “New York’s Grudging Tribute to Tamarind.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 4 May 1969, 44.
  • Seldis, H. J. “Poster Twits N.Y. Museum.” Los Angeles Times, 1 May 1969, part 4, 7.
  • Simon, R. “The Tamarind Workshop and June Wayne.” Arts Magazine 43, no. 7 (May 1969): 23.
  • Snyder, C. “Tempo: A Guide to the Art of Living.” Los Angeles Herald-Examiner, California Living, 30 November 1969.
  • Society of Washington Printmakers: Members’ Show 1969. Exh. cat. Washington, D.C.: George Washington University Art Gallery, 1969.
  • Wilson, W. “Volume on the Art of June Wayne.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 27 April 1969, 44.

1970

  • “Art Notes.” Santa Barbara News-Press, 3 May 1970.
  • Beall, Karen F. American Prints in the Library of Congress: A Catalog of the Collection. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1970: 492–93.
  • Beaver, J. “Artist’s Goal: Improve Art Quality and Availability.” Iowa City Press-Citizen, 10 February 1970.
  • Bloch, E. M. June Wayne: Burning Helix (Eighteen Large Lithographs Realizing the Genetic Code). Exh. cat. Los Angeles: Peter Plone Associates and Grunwald Graphic Arts Foundation, University of California at Los Angeles, 1970.
  • Emery, E. “Tamarind’s Tale of Triumph.” Long Beach Press-Telegram, 3 May 1970.
  • Foremost Women in Communication. New York: Foremost Americans Publishing Corporation, 1970: 656.
  • “Founder of Tamarind Workshop to Exhibit Works at Art Museum.” Iowa City Daily Iowan, 16 January 1970.
  • Gambit, KCET Los Angeles Program Guide, June 1970.
  • Getlein, F. “Contributing to the Vigor of the Printmaker’s Art.” Washington, D.C. Sunday Star, 16 August 1970, C1.
  • Good, J. “Artists of the 60’s.” Hollywood Citizen News, Art and Artists, 2 January 1970.
  • “Helix Show Due at UCLA.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 20 December 1970, 61.
  • Howell, B. “The Tamarind Decade.” Los Angeles Herald-Examiner, 24 May 1970.
  • Jensen, J. “Conversation with America’s Master of Printmaking.” Davenport-Bettendorf (Iowa) Sunday Times-Democrat, The Lively Arts, 29 March 1970.
  • “June Wayne Says . . .” Artists Equity Association, Summer 1970.
  • Kelson, D. H. “The Bookshelf.” Wellesley Alumnae Magazine 54, no. 3 (Spring 1970): 26.
  • Kutner, J. “Lithography Revival at Carter.” Dallas Morning News, 2 May 1970, 4E.
  • Kutner, J. “Tamarind Grows to New Mexico.” Dallas Morning News, 11 August 1970, 14A.
  • Levinson, R. S. “Key Comment: Art.” Key, 27 November–3 December 1970.
  • Levinson, R. S. “Renaissance of Lithography . . . And It’s Happening in Los Angeles.” Westways 62, no. 11 (November 1970): 7.
  • “Lithographic Center Established.” UNM Alumnus, University of New Mexico, Summer 1970.
  • Marks, L. “June Wayne Shows Lithograph at U. of I.: Airs Artists’ Plight in Lecture.” Cedar Rapids (Iowa) Gazette, 15 February 1970, 3C.
  • McCune, C. “Lively Arts.” (Tucson) Arizona Daily Star, 29 November 1970.
  • Mellow, J. “Now Mama and Papa Sell Prints.” New York Times, 13 September 1970, D29.
  • Mulvaney, B. “June Wayne Discusses Her Art.” Iowa City Daily Iowan, 17 February 1970.
  • “A New Home for Tamarind.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 30 August 1970, 57. 
  • “New Print Institute.” Davenport-Bettendorf (Iowa) Sunday Times-Democrat, The Lively Arts, 23 August 1970.
  • Newton, J. “UNM-Linked Effort Marks.” Albuquerque Journal, 26 April 1970.
  • Owyang, J. “The Art Scene.” Los Angeles Evening Outlook, Outlook West, 2 May 1970, 16A.
  • Owyang, J. “The Art Scene.” Los Angeles Evening Outlook, Outlook West, 22 August 1970, 16A.
  • Owyang, J. “The Art Scene.” Los Angeles Evening Outlook, Outlook West, 21 November 1970, 13A.
  • “People Are Talking About.” Vogue 156, no. 7 (15 October 1970): 68–69.
  • Print Collector’s Newsletter 1, no. 4 (September–October 1970).
  • Raphel, S. “Research in the Graphic Arts.” Vie des Arts 59 (Summer 1970).
  • Seldis, H. J. “Tamarind’s Printmaking to Be Moved.” Los Angeles Times, 29 April 1970, part 4, 1.
  • Tabak, M. N. “Tamarind Lithography Workshop.” Craft Horizons (parts 1–3) 30, no. 5 (October 1970): 28–33, 63–64; 30, no. 6 (December 1970): 50–55; 31, no. 1 (February 1971): 35–37, 60.
  • “Tamarind Lithography Center Set for U.” (Albuquerque) Lobo, 29 April 1970, 3.
  • “UNM to Become Lithography Base.” Albuquerque Journal, 29 April 1970.
  • “UNM to Be Home of Outstanding Lithography Workshop.” (Santa Fe) New Mexican, 3 May 1970, D8.
  • Winship, F. “Persevering Blonde Revives Old Art of Lithography.” Denver Post, 4 May 1970, 22.
  • Zigrosser, Carl. The Appeal of Prints. Philadelphia: Leary’s Book Company, 1970: 128.

1971

  • Adams, C., and G. Antreasian. The Tamarind Book of Lithography: Art & Techniques. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1971: preface, 131, 148.
  • Adhémar, J. Twentieth Century Graphics. New York: Praeger, 1971: 199.
  • “Art News.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 17 October 1971, 63.
  • Bernard, L. “In the Roaring Graphics Boom.” North Shore Art League News, May–June 1971.
  • Bloch, E. M. Tamarind: A Renaissance of Litho-graphy. Exh. cat. Baltimore: International Exhibitions Foundation, 1971.
  • Bloch, E. M., K. A. Smith, and T. Travis. Made in California: An Exhibition of Five Workshops. Exh. cat. Los Angeles: Grunwald Graphic Arts Foundation, University of California at Los Angeles, 1971.
  • Breivik, A. “Hun reddet litografi-kunsten i USA June Wayne grunnla Tamarind-verkstedet.” Aftensposten (Oslo), 13 October 1971.
  • “Burning Helix.” UCLA Monthly 1, no. 4 (January 1971).
  • Cincinnati Art Museum Bulletin 9 (June 1971): 63. 
  • Courroy, J.-P. Premiere Biennale Internationale de l’Estampe. Exh. cat. Épinal, France: Musée international de l’imagerie, 1971.
  • Eppink, N. R. 101 Prints, The History and Techniques of Printmaking. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1971: 125.
  • Everts, C. Southern California Artists: Prints. Exh. cat. Laguna Beach: Laguna Beach Art Gallery, 1971.
  • Gerson, I. “Grunwald Features Wayne Exhibit.” Los Angeles Daily Bruin Campus, 25 January 1971.
  • Groschwitz, G. von. Accessions 1969–1970. Exh. cat. Iowa City: University of Iowa Museum of Art, 1971: 37. 
  • Howell, B. “Dickson Center Hosts a Diverse Exhibits Pair.” Los Angeles Herald-Examiner, Women’s World, 24 January 1971.
  • Hughes, R. “Art.” Time, 18 January 1971.
  • Invitational Lithography Exhibition. Exh. cat. Tallahassee: Florida State University, 1971.
  • “June Wayne Exhibition.” Westart 9, no. 8 (8 January 1971): 5.
  • “Litho Exhibition Opens at MWP.” Utica (New York) Observer-Dispatch, 5 December 1971, 9B.
  • Marvel, B. “Artists Forsake Art for Protest, and They’re in a Valid Tradition.” National Observer 10, no. 3 (18 January 1971): 22.
  • Marvel, B. “Tamarind Revives the Art Prestige of Prints.” National Observer 10, no. 32 (9 August 1971): 22.
  • “Of Graphic Interest: Burning Helix, New Lithographs by June Wayne.” Artist’s Proof: The Annual of Prints and Printmaking. New York: Pratt Graphics Center, 1971: 11, 101.
  • Primera Bienal Americana de Artes Graficas. Exh. cat. Cali, Colombia: Museo La Tertulia, 1971.
  • Robinson, W. T. American Portraits—Old and New. Exh. cat. Long Beach: Long Beach Museum of Art, 1971.
  • Second National Invitational Print Show. Exh. cat. San Diego: Fine Arts Gallery, San Diego, 1971.
  • Seldis, H. J. “Artistic Merits of June Wayne Works.” Los Angeles Times, Art Walk, 5 February 1971, part 4, 6.
  • Solomon, E. Oversize Prints. Exh. cat. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1971.

1972

  • Austin, D. “She Draws Bead on Art World.” Milwaukee Sentinel, 24 October 1972, part 1, 6.
  • Bishop, J. “Reviews and Previews.” Artnews 71, no. 1 (April 1972): 63. 
  • BT. “Woman Artist Is Neglected.” Fresno Bee, Women’s Activities, 28 August 1972, A8.
  • Braeutigam, Rosalie and Fiske, Betty, Sex Differentials in Art Exhibition Reviews, Tamarind Lithography Workshop, Los Angeles
  • Chamberlain, B. “Sexism in Art.” American Artist 36, no. 362 (September 1972): 60, 69.
  • Cochrane, D. “Women in Art: A Progress Report.” American Artist 36, no. 365
  • (December 1972): 52.
  • Diamonstein, B. Open Secrets: Ninety-four Women in Touch with Our Time. New York: Viking Press: 1972, 426–31.
  • Everts, C. Southern California Artists—Prints. Exh. cat. Laguna Beach: Laguna Beach Art Gallery, 1972.
  • Findsen, O. “Figures for Women Artists.” Cincinnati Enquirer, 30 April 1972, G6.
  • Frankenstein, A. “Women and Art—The Tamarind Survey.” San Francisco Chronicle, 
  • This World, 9 April 1972, 33.
  • Glimcher, A. B. Louise Nevelson. New York: Praeger, 1972: 123, 125.
  • Glueck, G. “No Fair Play for the Fair Sex?” New York Times, 11 June 1972, D23.
  • Jacobs, J. “Stoned.” Art in America 60, no. 1 (January 1972): 119.
  • “June Wayne.” Gambit, KCET Los Angeles Program Guide, December 1972, 2–4.
  • June Wayne Lithographs. Exh. cat. New York: Gimpel and Weitzenhoffer, 1972.
  • Majorel, D. Des Peintres, Un Lissier, Une Oeuvre Concertée. Exh. cat. Paris: Galerie La Demeure, 1972.
  • Manger, B., “June Wayne’s Role.” Artweek 3, no. 38 (11 November 1972): 2.
  • O’Connor, J. “TV: Format for the Arts.” New York Times, 18 December 1972, 79.
  • Prelutsky, B. “Making It.” Los Angeles Times West Magazine, 13 August 1972, 14.
  • Ratcliff, C. “New York Letter.” Art International, no. b–7 (Summer 1972): 73–74.
  • Reed, R. B. Eighty Prints. Exh. cat. Lafayette, Indiana: Purdue University Fine Arts Gallery, 1972. 
  • Richard, P. “Sexism in the Arts.” Washington Post, Style, 27 March 1972, B1, B9.
  • Seldis, H. J. “Are Art Critics Guilty of Sex Discrimination?” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 7 May 1972, 1, 54.
  • Seldis, H. J. “Wilshire Center.” Los Angeles Times, Art Walk, 3 March 1972, 5.
  • Snyder, C. “Closing the Gap between Artist and Public.” Los Angeles Herald-Examiner, Women’s World, 21 May 1972.
  • Snyder, C. “A Genius Is a Person Apart from His Time.” Los Angeles Herald-Examiner, Women’s World, 15 August 1972.
  • “Visual Arts and Museum News.” Arts Reporting Service 2 (17 April 1972): 1–2.
  • Wallach, A. “Art World Bares Its Problems on TV.” Newsday, The Arts, 24 December 1972, part 2, 21–22.
  • Winer, H. “June Wayne: Far Cry from Girl Talk.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 10 December 1972, 82.
  • Winship, F. M. “Women Struggle for Recognition in the Art World.” Columbus (Ohio) Evening Dispatch, 7 May 1972, 22C.

1973

  • Alereque, M.–H. “Epinal Capitale de l’Image.” Nouvelles de l’Estampe 9 (1973): 30.
  • “Artist Meets Lawmakers.” Hawthorne (California) Press Tribune, November 1973.
  • Blankfort, M. I Didn’t Know I Would Live So Long. New York: Charles Scribner & Sons, 1973: 15–17.
  • Canavier, E. “A Multitude of Images by June Wayne.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 11 November 1973, 72.
  • Courroy, J.-P. Seconde Biennale Internationale de l’Estampe. Exh. cat. Épinal, France: Musée international de l’imagerie, 1973.
  • Drake, E. “Variety Featured in June Wayne Show.” Municipal Arts Newsletter 7, no. 3 (Winter 1973).
  • Dunn, B. “A Remarkable Woman.” Napa (California) Register, 17 November 1973, 15.
  • “18,000 Square Feet of Womanspace.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 2 December 1973, 75.
  • Frankenstein, A. “Thumb Prints and Waves.” San Francisco Chronicle, This World, 18 November 1973, 42–43.
  • Gardner, P. “Tamarind: Transforming the Great Stone Place.” Artnews 72, no. 3 (March 1973): 27–28.
  • Goldman, J. “The Print Establishment.” Art in America 61, no. 4 (July–August 1973): 105–9.
  • The Harold and May Rosenberg Collection. Exh. cat. Montclair, New Jersey: Montclair Art Museum, 1973. 
  • Harwood, J. “June Wayne—Innovative Tapestries.” Sourcebook 20, no. 11 (November 1973): 41–42.
  • Hodgetts, V. “Womanspace: Rezoning the L.A. Art Scene.” Ms. 2, no. 2 (August 1973): 24–25.
  • Howell, B. “June Wayne: Multi-media Expo.” Los Angeles Herald-Examiner, 18 November 1973.
  • “Innovations in Paper.” Weyerhaeuser Paper Division 4, no. 3 (May 1973): 8–11.
  • Jensen. “Exhibit Stretches Mind.” Davenport-Bettendorf (Iowa) Times-Democrat, 20 November 1973.
  • Jones, M. B. “Musings.” Anchorage Daily News, 1 July 1973, 13.
  • Jones, M. B. “Musings.” Anchorage Daily News, 18 July 1973, 9.
  • “June Wayne’s Show at Barnsdall Park Art Gallery Viewed.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 11 November 1973, 72. 
  • “June Wayne: Tidal Visa.” Artweek 4, no. 37 (3 November 1973): 1.
  • Mathieu, D. “Artistic Savvy.” Art Director (Magazine of Visual Communication), February 1973, 68.
  • McCann, C. M. “June Wayne.” Artweek 4, no. 40 (24 November 1973): 16, back page.
  • “Museum of Art Receives Major Gift of Prints.” Iowa City Press-Citizen, 16 May 1973.
  • “New Works by June Wayne on Display at Barnsdall Park.” Hollywood Independent, 19 November 1973.
  • Nouvelles de l’Estampe 12 (November–December 1973): 48. 
  • O’Neill, A. “What’s Happening.” Los Angeles Herald-Examiner, California Living, 11 November 1973.
  • “The Politics of Art.” Arts in Society 10, no. 3 (Fall–Winter 1973): 62, 78–90.
  • Ross, K. June Wayne: An Exhibition of Paintings, Tapestries, Lithographs. Exh. cat. Los Angeles: Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Barnsdall Park, 1973.
  • Snyder, C. “Secretariat Pace Needed for Art Opening Fans.” Los Angeles Herald-Examiner, Women’s World, 2 November 1973.
  • “Tribute to Talent.” Los Angeles Evening Outlook, 12 November 1973.
  • “200 Art Works on Display.” Iowa City Press-Citizen, 25 April 1973.
  • “Wayne Show at Gallery.” Hollywood Independent, 8 November 1973.
  • Weiss, E. “Bel Airites Attend Preview at Municipal Art Gallery.” Bel-Air (California) Scene, 7 November 1973.
  • Weiss, E. “Exhibit of New June Wayne Art Works to Open Oct. 31 at Municipal Gallery.” Bel-Air (California) Scene, 17 October 1973.
  • Wilke, U., and G. von Groschwitz. Accessions 1971–1972. Exh. cat. Iowa City: University of Iowa Museum of Art, 1973: 4, 45, 47–50.

1974

  • “Additional Art News.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 29 September 1974, 73.
  • Albright, T. “Wayne Lithographs.” San Francisco Chronicle, 1 April 1974, 41.
  • “Aux U.S.A.: Trois Positions.” Nouvelles de l’Estampe 13 (January–February 1974): 19.
  • Baltrusaitis, H. Tapisseries et Lithographies de June Wayne. Exh. cat. Paris: Galerie La Demeure, 1974.
  • “Battle Re Acad Short Nominee Credits Bring Court Action.” Variety, 27 March 1974, 1.
  • Beaupre, B. “Acad Short Subject Nominees Reveal Sad State of the Art.” Variety, 27 March 1974.
  • Beaupre, B. “Sanders Speaks Out on Dispute over Stones Acad Nominee.” Variety, 13 March 1974, 15.
  • Berkman, F. “Artists Are Displaced Persons.” Hartford Times, 4 August 1974, 35, 37.
  • Bloch, E. M. Twenty Years of Acquisitions: Evolution of a University Study Collection. Exh. cat. Los Angeles: Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts, University of California at Los Angeles, 1974. 
  • Byrne, B. “Dispute Over Oscar Credit.” Los Angeles Herald-Examiner, 4 March 1974.
  • Byrne, B. “Film News.” Los Angeles Herald-Examiner, 6 April 1974.
  • Carlson, V. I. “American Prints: 1950–1974— Some Observations.” Baltimore Museum of Art Record 5, no. 1 (September 1974): 1–2.
  • Chamberlain, B. “Professional Page.” American Artist 38, no. 386 (September 1974): 15, 76.
  • Chapline, C. “More Support for Artists.” Artweek 5, no. 9 (2 March 1974): 16.
  • Desanti, D. “Les Tempêtes de June Wayne.” Le Monde (Paris), 12 December 1974.
  • “Docu, Short Subjects Nominees for Oscars Announced by Acad.” Variety, 15 February 1974, 1.
  • Dungan, E. “To the Artist: Lead Don’t Follow.” San Francisco Examiner, 6 March 1974, 23.
  • Everts, C. Prints by Twenty-four Southern California Printmakers. Exh. cat. San Bernardino: California State College Art Gallery, San Bernardino, 1974.
  • Frankenstein, A. “June Wayne: Making Waves.” Artnews 73, no. 2 (February 1974): 72.
  • “Une galerie a vocations multiples.” L’Oeil 232 (November 1974): 56.
  • Gibson, M. “Paris.” International Herald Tribune, 21 December 1974, 6.
  • Glueck, G. “Panel Bids Art Museums Shun Politics and Pick Trustees from Community.” New York Times, 4 November 1974, 45.
  • Hare, D. “Film.” Craft Horizons 34, no. 5 (October 1974): 18, 61.
  • Inge, A. “June Wayne—Joan of Art.” Playgirl 2, no. 3 (August 1974): 44–46, 109.
  • Jarry, M. La Tapisserie. Fribourg, Switzerland: Office du Livre, 1974: 173, 236, 334.
  • Jarry, M. “Les Tapisseries de/The Tapestries of/ June Wayne (Lithographs as tapestry source).” Cimaise 21, nos. 117–18 (May–August 1974): 56–65.
  • Jennings, J. “June Wayne Speaks Out for Art.” San Diego Evening Tribune, 18 February 1974, A15.
  • Johnson, B. E. “The Many Faces of a Waterly World.” Los Angeles Times, Home, 29 September 1974, 25.
  • “June Wayne among Incorporators of New Foundation.” Artist’s Equity National Newsletter, January 1974, 1, 4.
  • June Wayne: An Exhibition of Lithographs and Tapestries. Exh. cat. Fullerton, California: Muckenthaler Cultural Center, 1974.
  • “June Wayne, Fullerton.” Cali-West Art (Auburn, California), 13 September 1974.
  • “June Wayne Show Scheduled at Center.” Buena Park Orange County (California) Call Enterprise, 1 September 1974.
  • Katz Flier, E. “Women Behind Walls.” Artweek 5, no. 32 (28 September 1974): 4.
  • Kester, B. “Exhibitions: Los Angeles.” Craft Horizons 34, no. 1 (February 1974): 47.
  • Kester, B. “The Tapestries of June Wayne.” Craft Horizons 34, no. 6 (December 1974): 36–39, 80–81.
  • Kilday, G. “Kanemitsu and Its Credit Controversy.” Los Angeles Times, 2 April 1974, part 4, 7.
  • Knigin, M., and M. Zimiles. “Tamstone Group.” The Contemporary Lithographic Workshop Around the World. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1974: 164–65.
  • Marchand, S. “Le Noir et le Blanc.” Le Figaro (Paris), 20 December 1974, 30.
  • Masteau, P. “June Wayne à La Demeure.” Courrier du Dreuble (Paris), 20 December 1974.
  • New Editions. Exh. cat. Claremont, California: Montgomery Gallery, Pomona College, 1974.
  • “Noted Artist to Present Seminar.” Anaheim (California) Bulletin, 29 August 1974.
  • Nouvelles de l’Estampe 15 (May–June 1974): 38.
  • Schapiro, M. Anonymous Was a Woman. Valencia: Feminist Art Program, California Institute of the Arts, 1974: 132–33.
  • Seidenbaum, A. “What Say Women?” Los Angeles Times, 11 July 1974, part 2, 1.
  • Self-Portraits of Great Artists. Alhambra, California: Borden Publishing Company, 1974: 19.
  • “Short Subjects, Docs Nominated for Oscar Bid.” Hollywood Reporter 230, no. 10 (15 February 1974): 1.
  • Snedaker, K. “Good Taste: A Personal Matter.” Los Angeles Herald-Examiner, California Living, 4 August 1974, 5–7.
  • “Tangled Credits on Acad Short Nominee Bare Long Litigation.” Variety, 20 February 1974.
  • “Tapestry Display and Seminar Scheduled at Muckenthaler.” Fullerton (California) Daily News Tribune, 23 August 1974, B3.
  • “What Papa Is Pleased—?” Long Beach Press-Telegram, September 1974.
  • Wilke, U. Accessions 1973. Exh. cat. Iowa City: University of Iowa Museum of Art, 1974.

 

     

    1975

    • Adams, C. Lithography I: First Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary Lithography. Exh. cat. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Art Museum, 1975.
    • Alge, M. “Art Goes to the Commons.” Cleveland (Ohio) Press, 10 July 1975, E2.
    • “Art Conference Begins.” Evanston (Illinois) Daily Northwestern, 3 October 1975.
    • Beckman, A. “Women Artists Explore What Lurks Behind Creativity.” Madison Capital Times, 7 October 1975.
    • Blot, J. “June Wayne et Perahim.” L’Arche, no. 215 (26 January–25 February 1975): 59.
    • “The Creativity of Women . . .” Wisconsin Women in the Arts Second Annual Conference (program), 24 October 1975.
    • Duffy, R. E., Jr. “Sieroty’s AB1054 —A Reply to June Wayne.” Artweek 6, no. 26 (26 July 1975): 17.
    • Duncan, C. “When Greatness Is a Box of Wheaties.” Artforum 14, no. 2 (October 1975): 64.
    • Esterow, E. “The Future of American Museums.” Artnews 74, no. 1 (January 1975): 34–37.
    • Fifty-third Exhibition of the Society of American Graphic Artists. Exh. cat. New York: Azuma Galleries, 1975.
    • Fox Weber, N. “Prints . . . Annie Albers and the Printerly Image.” Art in America 63, no. 4 (July–August 1975): 89.
    • Fundaburk, E. L., and T. G. Davenport, eds. Art in Public Places in the United States. Bowling Green, Ohio: Bowling Green University Popular Press, 1975: 76–80, 104–7, cat. nos. 88, 92–93, 409.
    • Greathouse, K. “Artist Deplores Misconceptions in Public Image.” Wisconsin Women in the Arts, 7 October 1975.
    • Guggenheim, M. “June Wayne Exhibition—La Demeure Gallery.” L’Arche, no. 217 (April 1975).
    • Ianco-Starrels, J. “Art News.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 14 September 1975, 67.
    • Ianco-Starrels, J. “USSR Scythian Exhibit to Open—Art News.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 27 July 1975, 72.
    • Isenberg, B. “Portrait of the Artist as a Financial Disaster.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 27 April 1975, 1, 58.
    • Jarry, M. “Quoted from Twentieth Century Tapestries.” Art: A Women’s Sensibility, June 1975, 75.
    • “June Wayne.” Nouvelles de l’Estampe 20 (January–February 1975).
    • Kilgo, D. “Tamarind: A Renaissance of Lithography.” New Art Examiner 3, no. 1 (October 1975): 17.
    • Knapton, K. S., Jr. “Tamarind—Yesterday and Today.” Graphics 1, no. 1 (Spring 1975): 16–19.
    • Kolan, S. R. “California Artists Form United Front in Sacramento.” Art Workers News 5, no. 4 (May–June 1975): 1, 8.
    • Masteau, P. “June Wayne à La Demeure.” Revue de l’ameublement, February 1975.
    • McCann, C. “Artists Warned on AB1054.” Artweek 6, no. 25 (12 July 1975): 13.
    • McLaughlin, P. “Raps on Creativity.” Oshkosh (Wisconsin) Advance-Titan, 9 October 1975, 22.
    • Meyer, K. “The Artless Box.” Saturday Review 3, no. 3 (1 November 1975): 51.
    • “News and Notes, AFEA Meeting Features June Wayne.” Artweek 6, no. 41 (29 November 1975): 7.
    • Pely, A. “L’hyperrealisme au Festival de Deauville.” Le Quotidien de Paris, 8 September 1975. 
    • R. G. “En Collaboration Avec Les Atelier Locaus. I’E. N.A. D. Presente une Belle Exposition de Tapisseries.” Populaire Du Centre (Paris), 15 July 1975.
    • Shaffer, R. L. Associated Press Cleveland, 12 July 1975.
    • “U.S. Deauville.” Le Figaro (Paris), 30–31 August 1975, 18.
    • “Wayne Exhibit Set.” Oshkosh (Wisconsin) Advance-Titan, 2 October 1975, 22.
    • West, G. “Revival of a Renaissance Art Form—Tapestries.” Clipper 15, no. 6 (June 1975): 16–17, 37.
    • Wilson, B. “Harriet Zeitlin.” Currânt 1, no. 2 (June–July 1975): 50.
    • Winds, Waves, Visas: Tapestries, Paintings, Lithographs by June Wayne. Exh. checklist. Chicago: Artemisia Gallery, 1975. 
    • Witt, L. “The Lemons of Landfall Press: They’ll Sacrifice Anything for Art but Their Family.” People, 27 October 1975, 67–69.

    1976

    • “Additional Art News.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 7 March 1976, 70.
    • American Artists ’76: A Celebration. Exh. cat. San Antonio: McNay Art Institute, 1976.
    • “Art Center Exhibits Wayne’s Tapestries, Paintings.” Pueblo (Colorado) Today, 12 February 1976.
    • Art ’76: Die International Kunstmesse. Exh. cat. Basel: Hallen der Schweizer Mustermesse, 1976. 
    • Askey, R. “Women Artists on Art.” Artweek 7, no. 18 (1 May 1976): 6.
    • Brodsky, J. K. “Some Notes on Women Printmakers.” Art Journal 35, no. 4 (Summer 1976): 374–77.
    • Burkhart, D. “Review 4: June Wayne.” Visual Dialog 1, no. 4 (June–August 1976): 24.
    • Castleman, R. Prints of the Twentieth Century: A History. New York: Oxford University Press, 1976: 165.
    • Chamberlain, B. “Prints: Can We Legislate?” American Artist 40, no. 405 (April 1976): 26, 78–85.
    • “Chieftain Pulse.” Pueblo (Colorado) Chieftan, 18 February 1976.
    • Cochrane, D. “Activism in the Arts: Temporary Phenomenon or Permanent Force?” American Artist 40, no. 40 (February 1976): 68–69.
    • Daquin, P., and M. Thomas. “Conversation avec June Wayne.” Dri à Di (Paris), October–November–December 1976, 6–12.
    • Eichenberg, F. The Art of the Print. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1976: 422, 529, 555.
    • “Estampes et Tapisseries.” Ouest-France, édition du Brest, 15 December 1976.
    • Frankenstein, A. “Tragedy and Geometry.” San Francisco Chronicle, 13 May 1976, 47.
    • Fuller, M. “You’re Looking for Bruce Connor, the Artist, or What Is This Crap You’re Trying to Put Over Here?” Currânt 2, no. 1 (May–June–July 1976): 8–12, 58–59.
    • Gallagher, J. T. “Wayne Believes Artists Need Political Clout.” Pueblo (Colorado) Chieftain, 19 February 1976.
    • Glass, L. “June Wayne Graphics, Paintings and Tapestries.” Artweek 7, nos. 21–22 (May 1976): 1, 16.
    • Hazlitt, G. “Mythic Fire and Magical Space.” Artnews 75, no. 9 (November 1976): 92.
    • Hunter, J. “The Antiquarian Teenager.” Visual Dialog 1, no. 3 (March–April–May 1976): 37–38.
    • “June Wayne Awarded Honorary Degree.” Artweek 7, no. 13 (27 March 1976): 6.
    • “June Wayne Exhibit Lecture Scheduled.” Pueblo (Colorado) Star Journal, 29 January 1976, 1, 4.
    • “June Wayne Exhibits in France.” Artweek 8, no. 1 (25 December 1976): 17.
    • June Wayne: Graphics, Paintings, Tapestries. Exh. checklist. San Francisco: Van Doren Gallery, 1976.
    • Loach, R. “Comments.” Visual Dialog 1, no. 4 (June–July–August 1976): 2.
    • Loach, R. “Hank Baum.” Visual Dialog 1, no. 3 (March–April–May 1976): 24–25.
    • Price, V. B. “Tamarind Institute and Restaurant Upgrading Our Level of Living.” Albuquerque Independent, 27 February 1976, 15.
    • Reed, M. “Art Prints of the Southwest.” Southwestern Art 5, no. 4 (Winter 1976–77): 33–35.
    • Schipper, M. “Los Angeles Art Community: Group Portrait.” LAICA Journal (A Year-End Report), no. 12 (October–November 1976): 6–7.
    • Schulze, F. “Making Marks in Chicago.” Artnews 75, no. 7 (September 1976): 60–62.
    • “Seminar Studies Artistic, Philosophical Problems.” Idyllwild (California) Town Crier, 29 January 1976, 4.
    • Shapiro, C., and L. Mason. Fine Prints: Collecting, Buying and Selling. New York: Harper and Row, 1976: 66, 69.
    • Smith, K. “June Wayne: Breaking the Stereotype.” Currânt 2, no. 1 (May–July 1976): 14–25.
    • Snyder, C. “Louise Nevelson Icon in Wood.” Los Angeles Herald-Examiner, 25 October 1976.
    • The Tamarind Institute Report no. 22. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico, Tamarind Institute, September 1976, 4.
    • . . . To Form a More Perfect Union . . . Justice for American Women. Washington, D.C.: National Commission on the Observance of International Women’s Year, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1976: 34.
    • Tomkins, C. “Profiles: The Moods of a Stone.” New Yorker, 7 June 1976, 42–76.
    • “USC Exhibit Features June Wayne Tapestries.” Pueblo (Colorado) Star-Journal, 5 February 1976, 15A.
    • “USC Exhibit Is Work of June Wayne.” Pueblo (Colorado) Chieftain, 6 February 1976.
    • Weisberg, R. “Legislation.” Newsprint–Journal of the Los Angeles Printmaking Society, February 1976.


    1977

    • Adams, C. “Lynton R. Kistler and the Development of Lithography in Los Angeles.” Tamarind Technical Papers, no. 8 (Winter 1977–78): 100–109.
    • Adams, C., and Groschwitz, G. von. Tamarind: Suite Fifteen (Lithography II). Exh. cat. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Art Museum, 1977.
    • Allen, C. “Memo from the President.” Gambit, KCET Los Angeles Program Guide, April 1977, 3–4.
    • “Artist June Wayne Will Speak at Cypress College.” Los Angeles Times, Orange County edition, 27 February 1977, part 9, 6.
    • Askey, R. “L.A. Women, Art and the Future.” Women Artists Newsletter 3, no. 1 (May 1977): 2, 7.
    • Beck, J. “June Wayne Exhibit Opens.” Cypress (California) Hoofbeat 11, no. 17 (2 March 1977): 3.
    • Blum, J. “Feminist Art Criticism—What Are the Crucial Issues?” Women’s Caucus for ARTnewsletter 6, no. 2 (April 1977): 5–6.
    • Brodsky, J. K. Contemporary Issues: Works on Paper by Women. Exh. cat. Los Angeles: Woman’s Building, 1977.
    • Carter, M. N. “The NEA: Will Success Spoil Our Biggest Patron?” Artnews 76, no. 5 (May 1977): 32.
    • “College Art Association, February 1–5 L.A.” Women Artists Newsletter, March 1977, 1.
    • “Cypress College Hosts Workshop” Santa Ana (California) Register, 6 March 1977.
    • “Exhibit Due at Cypress.” Los Alamitos (California) News Enterprise, 10 March 1977.
    • Exhibition, The Women’s Art Symposium. Exh. cat. Terre Haute: Indiana State University, 1977.
    • Foreman, M. D. “Women in Art.” Pocket Guide to the Location of Art in the United States. Luverne, Alabama: Fundaburk, 1977.
    • Gardiner, H. G. Invitational American Drawing Exhibition. Exh. cat. San Diego: Contemporary Arts Committee, Fine Arts Gallery, San Diego, 1977. 
    • Glueck, G. “Off the Loom, Onto the Press.” New York Times, 30 September 1977, 63.
    • Isenberg, B. “Building a Bridge to the Arts.” Los Angeles Times, View, 1 November 1977, 1.
    • Isenberg, B. “Peter Krasnow at 90: His Art Doesn’t Age.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 4 September 1977, 1, 78.
    • June Wayne’s Lithographs. Exh. checklist. Palm Springs: Palm Springs Desert Museum, 1977.
    • “Lithography.” West Orange County  (California) Community Advocate, 9 March 1977.
    • Loach, R. “June Wayne.” Visual Dialog, Women in the Visual Arts 2, no. 3 (March–April–May 1977): 4–8.
    • Loring, J. “American Prints from Fuses to Fizzles.” Art in America 65, no. 1 (January/February 1977): 31–34.
    • McGowan, D. “Artists’ Fiscal Picture Is Black, Advocate Says.” (Phoenix) Arizona Republic, 28 February 1977, A1–A2.
    • Moser, C. “She Revived an Art Form by Chance.” Houston Chronicle, 23 November 1977, sec. 1, 8.
    • Price, V. B. “City Review.” New Mexico Independent 82, no. 3 (4 November 1977): front page.
    • Rosenberg, A. L. “Feminist Art Criticism.” Women Artists Newsletter, Women’s Caucus, CAA, 2, no. 10 (April 1977): 1, 8.
    • Rubicon Gallery Catalog Number One 1977. Exh. cat. Los Altos, California: Rubicon Gallery, 1977. 
    • Sanders, A. Shades of Gray: A Drawing Survey. Exh. cat. Los Angeles: Malone Art Gallery, Loyola Marymount University, 1977. 
    • Snedeker, K., and C. Snyder. “June Wayne” in “Woman L.A.: The Most Powerful Women in L.A.” Los Angeles Herald-Examiner, 27 October 1977, D12.
    • Tapestries and Lithographs by June Wayne. Exh. checklist. Cypress, California: Cypress College Fine Arts Gallery, 1977
    • “Three New Exhibitions Open at Desert Museum.” Palm Springs Desert Sun, 2 December 1977, A14.
    • “Two Art Exhibits Slated in County for Weekend.” Los Angeles Times, What’s Doing in Orange County, 11 March 1977, part 4, 17.
    • “Wayne: Thanks for the Think.” Craft Horizons 37, no. 1 (February 1977): 11.
    • Weaver, G. “A Champion in the Fight for Artists Rights.” Palo Alto (California) Times, 7 January 1977, sec. 3, 13.
    • Wilding, F. By Our Own Hands: The Women Artist’s Movement, Southern California 1970–1976. Santa Monica: Double X, 1977: 5–7, 22–23.
    • Wilson, W. “100+ Exhibition in LAICA’s New Setting.” Los Angeles Times, View, 28 March 1977, 3.
    • Yasunari, W. Feminist: Japan, no. 2 (1977).

    1978

    • “Artist Groups Set ‘Recognition’ Honor.” Hollywood Reporter, 13 October 1978, 4.
    • Baltrusaitis, H., M. Jarry, and N. Babel-Brown. June Wayne: Tapisseries, Lithographies. Exh. cat. Rennes, France: Franco-American Institute, 1978.
    • Bloch, M. Preface to “Words and Images—Universal Limited Art Editions.” UCLA Art Council, 1978.
    • Cate, P. D., and S. H. Hitchings. The Color Revolution: Color Lithography in France 1890–1900. Exh. cat. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Art Gallery, 1978.
    • Creighton, P. “Wayne Exhibit at Montgomery.” (Claremont, California) Student Life 90, no. 10
    • (30 November 1978): 6.
    • Friedman, K. “On Art Education.” Detroit Artists Monthly, January 1978.
    • Friedman, K. S., S. Longstreet, and D. W. Steadman. June Wayne: Paintings, Tapestries, Lithographs. Exh. cat. Claremont, California: Montgomery Gallery, Pomona College, 1978.
    • Ianco-Starrels, J. “Art News.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 8 October 1978, 98.
    • Ianco-Starrels, J. “Art News.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 22 October 1978, 106.
    • Ianco-Starrels, J. “Art News.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 4 November 1978, 83.
    • Isenberg, B. “Litho Revival: Proof of the Art.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 1 January 1978, 1, 68–69.
    • King, P. “An Artist’s Mind Over Matter.” Los Angeles Herald-Examiner, 26 September 1978, B1, B8.
    • King, P. J. “Stunning Prints Come Into Own.” Los Angeles Herald-Examiner, Style, 1 October 1978, F10.
    • King, P. J. “Sunday Art.” Los Angeles Herald-Examiner, Style, 10 December 1978, E8.
    • Lewis, L. “Issues in Printmaking.” Artweek 9, no. 35 (21 October 1978): 1.
    • Lewis, L. “Where Words and Images Meet.” Artweek 9, no. 14 (8 April 1978): 3.
    • Loach, R. “Review 3: The Dorothy Series—June Wayne.” Visual Dialog 3, no. 3 (Spring 1978): 32–33.
    • Morse, P. “Lynton Kistler, the Happy Printer.” Artnews 77, no. 3 (March 1978): 90–93.
    • Muchnic, S. “Two Shows at Claremont Colleges.” Los Angeles Times, 29 November 1978, 14.
    • Mullen, S. “Jobs-Careers.” ART$MARKET 1, no. 1 (December 1978): 6, 12.
    • “October 9 Meeting–What an Event.” Women’s Caucus for Art Newsletter, November 1978.
    • “Report—1978 Recognition Award Given to June Wayne and Congressman James Corman.” Artist’s Equity Association Newsletter, 5, no. 1, (1978).
    • “Review.” Collage 2, no. 10 (5 December 1978).
    • Riggs, T. A. Two Decades of American Printmaking: 1957–1977. Worcester, Massachusetts: Worcester Art Museum, 1978.
    • Rosen, R. Prints: The Facts and Fun of Collecting. New York: E. P. Dutton, 1978: 68.
    • Seigel, J. Women Artists News 3, no. 7 (January 1978).
    • “UCLA Institute Acquires Genetic Code Lithographs.” UCLA Monthly 8, no. 11 (January 1978): 10.
    • “Visual Artists’ Day: AFEA/AE Joint Meeting.” Los Angeles Arts Watch 1, California Confederation of the Arts, no. 7 (October 1978).
    • Weisberg, R. “All of the News That Fits the Print.” Visual Dialog 3, no. 3 (Spring 1978): 23–26.
    • Woo, E. “Discrimination behind the Brush.” Los Angeles Herald -Examiner, Style, 12 March 1978, E1, E9.

    1979

    • Colescott, W. A History of Printmaking. Madison: Madison Art Center, 1979.
    • Devor, N. A. “June Wayne.” Taxing Times 6 (1979): 38–47.
    • Fitzgibbons, R. M. “Artists in Residence: Art and Technology on Tamarind Avenue—June Wayne.” American Artist 43, no. 442 (May 1979): 6, 46–49, 100.
    • Hyams, B. Hirshhorn: Medici from Brooklyn. New York: E. P. Dutton, 1979: 116.
    • “June Wayne: Paintings, Tapestries, Lithographs at Montgomery Art Galleries.” Craft Horizons 39, no. 3 (April 1979): 68. 
    • Knapston, K. S., Jr. “Tamarind—Yesterday and Today pt. 1.” Graphics (January–February 1979): 23–26.
    • Krier, B. A. “Once a Daughter Always a Daughter.” Los Angeles Times, View, 11 May 1979, 1, 8.
    • Larsen, S. C. “The Nation: Los Angeles.” Artnews 78, no. 2 (February 1979): 143–44.
    • Milant, J. Artists/Prints 1976–77. An Authoritative Bi-Annual Guide to International Contemporary Fine Art Prints, edited by B. Pascal. Los Angeles: Contemporary Art Publications, 1979: 176–82.
    • Munro, E. Originals: American Women Artists. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1979: 24, 30, 53, 282–88, 311, 511.
    • Neuman-Baumert, E. “La Vision Cosmique de June Wayne.” Luxembourg, 17 January 1979.
    • Perlman, B. “Rescuing Women from the Tar Pits.” Scottsdale (Arizona) Daily Progress, Weekend, 19 January 1979, 45–46.
    • “Prints and Photographs Published: June Wayne” and “Pomona Colleges: June Wayne, Paintings, Tapestries, Lithographs.” Print Collector’s Newsletter 10, no. 1 (March–April 1979): 21, 23.
    • Schwalb, S. “Coalition Day in Washington.” Women Artists News 4, no. 9 (March 1979): 2.
    • Smith, C. “Fine Drama for Mother’s Day.” Los Angeles Times, 11 May 1979, 28.
    • Stowens, S. “June Wayne: The Dorothy Series.” American Artist 43, no. 442 (May 1979): 50–56, 97–100.

    1980

    • Albert, L.S., R. Vaccarino, and M. Wortz. Contemporaries: 17 Artists. Los Angeles: Security Pacific Bank, 1980.
    • Anderson, I. “One to One . . . A Conversation with June Wayne.” Newsprint–Journal of the Los Angeles Printmaking Society, August/September 1980, 3–5.
    • Antreasian, G. Z. “Some Thoughts About Printmaking and Print Collaborations.” Art Journal 3, no. 3 (Spring 1980): 180–88.
    • Art Expo West. Exh. cat. Los Angeles: Los Angeles Convention Center, 1980.
    • Booth, J., and R. Schnelker. Tamarind Lithographs: A Complete Catalogue of Lithographs Printed at the Tamarind Institute, 1970–1979. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico and Tamarind Institute, 1980: 7, 73, 262–67.
    • Davis, B. “June Wayne: Stellar Winds.” In “Three Decades of Collecting: Gifts of Anna Bing Arnold.” Los Angeles County Museum of Art Bulletin 26 (1980): 90–93.
    • Davis, B., and E. Feinblatt. Los Angeles Prints 1883–1980. Exh. cat. Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1980.
    • Eschner, L. Printmaking: Processes/Innovations. Exh. cat. Fullerton, California: Museum of North Orange County, 1980.
    • Friedman, K. S. “California: An Overview of Its Multi-Faceted Art Scene.” Art Voices/South 3, no. 1 (January/February 1980): 55.
    • Hines, D. C. “Feminist Collage: Educating Women in the Visual Arts.” American Artist, August 1980, 20–21.
    • Hines, D. C. “Women and Art–Originals: American Women Artists by Eleanor Munro.” American Artist 44, no. 460 (November 1980): 22, 26.
    • Johnson, U. E. American Prints and Printmakers. New York: Doubleday, 1980: 98, 167–69, 214.
    • Jones-Popescu, E. M. American Lithography and Tamarind Lithography Workshop/Tamarind
    • Institute (1900–1980). Albuquerque: University of New Mexico, 1980.
    • June Wayne: Before Cosmos. Exh. checklist. Los Angeles: Occidental College, 1980.
    • Karlstrom, P. J. “West Coast.” Archives of American Art Journal 20, no. 4 (1980): 29.
    • Larsen, S. “Putting Inspiration on Press.” United Mainliner, February 1980, 6.
    • Lewis, L. “Los Angeles Seeks an Identity.” Artweek 11, no. 33 (11 October 1980): 1.
    • Lubbers, L. “Report from the Detroit National Print Symposium.” Print News, June/July 1980, 13.
    • The Marion Koogler McNay Art Institute Selective Catalogue. San Antonio: Trinity University Press, 1980.
    • Muchnic, S. “Printmaking Illuminated.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 13 January 1980, 91, 94.
    • Stevens, M., and M. Malone. “Heyday of the Printmaker.” Newsweek, 3 March 1980, 72, 74.
    • “Traveling Exhibitions, The Western Association of Art Museums: June Wayne, The Dorothy Series. “ Print News 2, no. 6 (December 1980–January 1981): 12–13.
    • Wilson, W. “Return of L.A. Prints Charming.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 10 September 1980, 1.

    1981

    • Aall, I. Impressions: Four Printmakers [J. Wayne, W. Askin, T. S. Fricano, E. P. Kolosvary]. Exh. cat. Downey, California: Downey Museum of Art, 1981.
    • June Wayne: Dorothy Series. Exh. cat. Oakland: Western Association of Art Museums, 1981.
    • Knight, C. “In Search of L.A.’s Prints Charming.” Los Angeles Herald-Examiner, 15 July 1981, E7. 
    • Magenta, M. “Feminist Art Criticism: A Political Definition.” Journal of the Theory and Criticism of the Visual Arts, 1981, 89–95.
    • “News and Notes.” Tamarind Papers, Winter 1981–82, 4–5.
    • The O’Melveny and Myers Collection. Los Angeles: Castle Press, 1981: 70–71.
    • Rabellino, E. “Prints Charming.” Los Angeles Times, 14 July 1981, 1, 6.
    • Reith, S. J. “Women Join the Mainstream” Artweek 12, no. 5 (7 February 1981): 13.
    • Seventh National Print Exhibition: One Hundred Prints by Twenty Artists. Exh. cat. Los Angeles: Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts, University of California at Los Angeles, 1981.
    • Traugott, J. “Lithography Then and Now.” Artweek, 26 December 1981, 3–4.
    • Weisberg, R. “Consistent Refinement in Printmaking.” Artweek, 12 September 1981, 6.
    • Woman and Art: An Exhibition of Twenty-two Contemporary American Artists. Exh. cat. Scottsdale, Arizona: Suzanne Brown Gallery, 1981.
    • Young, J. E. “The Art of the Print: Have We Overlooked Something?” Print Commentary 1, no. 1 (Fall 1981): 16.

    1982

    • Baldwin, N. “Dorothy: A Biography.” Des Moines Sunday Register, 25 July 1982, 5C.
    • Caplan, L. E., ed. The Business of Art. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1982: 12.
    • Cecil, S. “June Wayne.” Artnews 18, no. 5 (May 1982): 170–71.
    • Driesbach, D., J. Meyer, and J. Castro. The Printmaker and Life on This Planet: An Invitational Exhibition of Twelve American Printmakers. Exh. cat. DeKalb: Northern Illinois University, 1982.
    • Glueck, G. “Critics Choices: Art.” New York Times, The Guide, 28 February 1982, 3.
    • Grant, D. “The Moving Legacy of Their Mother’s Lives.” Newsday, 31 January 1982, part 2, 15.
    • Henderson. “‘My Goal Is to Work,’ Says Artist of Dorothy Series.” Birmingham (Alabama) Post-Herald Kudzu Magazine, 5 November 1982, 7.
    • “Images of Jewish Women at Jewish Museum.” Antiques & the Arts Quarterly, 22 January 1982, 17.
    • “June Wayne: The Dorothy Series.” Des Moines Art Center Bulletin, July–August 1982, 4.
    • Kohn, M. “The Figurative Style of the Sixties: Brice, Lebrun, Warshaw.” LAICA Journal 43 (Fall 1982): 56, 58.
    • Morris, D. “Reviews of Exhibitions: June Wayne, The Dorothy Series.” Women Artists News 7, no. 5 (March–April 1982): 14–15.
    • Muchnic, S. “Women in Women’s Perspective.” Los Angeles Times, 27 April 1982, 1, 5.
    • Nelson, J. R. “Wayne’s Dorothy Prints Poignant, Often Humorous.” Birmingham (Alabama) News, 9 November 1982, D20.
    • Neuman, J. “TV Preview” Santa Ana (California) Register, 7 August 1982.
    • The 1981 Annual Report. Washington, D.C.: National Gallery of Art, 1982: 36.
    • Osterman, G. D. “Impressions of Some WCA Programs.” Women Artists News 7, no. 6 (Summer 1982): 24–25.
    • Rubinstein, C. American Women Artists from Early Indian Times to the Present. Boston: G. K. Hall, 1982: 215, 247, 341–43, 375.
    • Smith, D. “Ten Panelists Dish Up a Cultured California.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 29 May 1982, 1–2.
    • Soterieu, A., and P. Smith. Douglass Morse Howell Retrospective. Exh. cat. New York: American Craft Museum, 1982.
    • Traugott, J. “Lithography Then and Now.” Artspace 6, no. 2 (Spring 1982): 18–19.
    • Tuchman, M., and M. Blankfort. The Michael and Dorothy Blankfort Collection. Exh. cat. Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1982.
    • Weisberg, R. “June Wayne: A Life’s Full Circle.” Artweek, 1 May 1982, 1, 16.
    • Willard, J. “Help Wanted: Activists.” Women Artists News 7, no. 6 (Summer 1982): 26.

    1983

    • Adams, C. American Lithographers 1900–1960: The Artists and Their Printers. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1983: 173, 181–84, 193–98, 200–203.
    • “Art Table/West.” Art Wire 1, no. 1 (Fall 1983): 4.
    • Brodsky, J. K., and O. Garcia. Printed by Women: A National Exhibition of Photographs and Prints. Exh. cat. Philadelphia: Port of History Museum at Penn’s Landing, 1983.
    • Burkhart, D. “Mini-Shows Give a Whole New Meaning to ‘Paperwork.’” San Jose Mercury, 8 March 1983.
    • Carroll, P. “A Hollywood Extravaganza 37th Lulu Awards.” Shop Talk, May/June 1983.
    • Drohojowska, H. “Artist Repays Debt to Mother in Her Exhibit.” Los Angeles Herald-Examiner, 24 August 1983, C1.
    • Fine Prints and Drawings. Exh. cat. Los Angeles: Tobey C. Moss Gallery, 1983.
    • Ianco-Starrels, J. “Confab to Cover the Art Market.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 6 February 1983, 8.
    • Jane, A. “Art.” Entertainment Review, 1 April 1983.
    • “June Wayne to Speak at LAAW September Dinner.” Women in Business Newsletter, September 1983, 21.
    • Krens, T., and T. O’Connor. Prints, Drawings: A Retrospective Exhibition. Exh. cat. Albany: State University of New York at Albany Art Gallery, 1983.
    • Larson, K. “Prints for the Present.” New York Magazine, 5 December 1983, 168, 170.
    • “The Lloyd E. Rigler Collection.” Krannert Art Museum Bulletin 9, no. 1 (1983): 1–2. 
    • Miniature Lithographs: June Wayne, Diane Scherwest Shultz, Irene Dogmatic, David Hatch. Exh. checklist. San Jose: San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, 1983.
    • Moran, J. International Printmaking Invitational. Exh. cat. San Bernardino: California State College Art Gallery, 1983.
    • Moss, T. C. June Wayne before Tamarind. Exh. cat. Los Angeles: Tobey C. Moss Gallery, 1983.
    • Pincus, R. “Before Tamarind (review).” Los Angeles Times, 8 July 1983, 3–4.
    • Raven, A. At Home. Exh. cat. Long Beach: Long Beach Museum of Art, 1983: 27.
    • Scarborough, J. “Melange of Idioms.” Artweek, 19 March 1983, 6.
    • Sokol, C. “Personal History as Political Art/June Wayne on the Dorothy Series.” Artpapers 7, no. 1 (January 1983): 12–14.
    • Trangott, J. “Lithographs Offer Warm Tribute.” Albuquerque Journal, 24 April 1983, D2.
    • Walker, R. “Look Beyond the Familiar.” Artnews 82, no. 6 (Summer 1983): 102.
    • Welles, E. “Continuing Generations.” Artweek, 9 April 1983, 5.

    1984

    • Adams, C. American Lithography 1900–1960 (Lithography V). Exh. cat. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Art Museum, 1984.
    • Armstrong, E. Prints from Tyler Graphics. Minneapolis: Walker Art Center, 1984: 8.
    • “Catch Desire by the Tail.” Cast Biographies, UBU Repertory Theatre Program, October 1984.
    • Cognitos: Paintings and Prints. Exh. checklist. New York: Armstrong Gallery, 1984.
    • “Contact Points.” Contact–Los Angeles Women in Business Newsletter, August 1984, 4.
    • Davis, B. “Print Workshops at Mid-Century.” Gemini G.E.L.: Art and Collaboration. Washington, D.C.: National Gallery of Art, 1984: 10–11.
    • A Day Off. Exh. checklist. Los Angeles: Tobey C. Moss Gallery, 1984.
    • Designers West 31, no. 7 (May 1984): 74.
    • Drohojowska, H. “Litho of Love.” Modern Maturity 27, no. 1 (February–March 1984): 46.
    • “Exhibit Honors Pioneering Lithography Workshop.” UCLA Today, 3 December 1984–6 January 1985, 3.
    • Gedeon, L. Tamarind: From Los Angeles to Albuquerque, Grunwald Center Studies V. Exh. cat. Los Angeles: Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts, University of California at Los Angeles, 1984.
    • Geldzahler, H. “California as World Art Capital.” California 9, no. 4 (April 1984): 81.
    • Goodwin, B. “Ten Distinguished Women Honored.” Los Angeles Times, 4 December 1984, V4.
    • Hogrefe, J. “Performing Picasso.” Washington Post, 26 October 1984, C3.
    • Hunter, M. The New Lithography. New York: Van Nostrand, 1984: 1.
    • Ianco-Starrels, J. “Art News.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 4 November 1984, 83.
    • Ianco-Starrels, J. “Art News.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 9 December 1984, 82.
    • “June Wayne at Armstrong Gallery.” Gallery Guide, October 1984, 59.
    • “June Wayne.” Women in Business 10th Anniversary Yearbook, 1984.
    • Juraco, P. “Wayne Discusses Current Work.” Newsprint–Journal of the Los Angeles Printmaking Society, May 1984, 4.
    • Kainen, J. “American Lithographers 1900–1960, The Artists and Their Printers.” New York Times Book Review, 8 January 1984, 10.
    • Lauter, E. Women as Mythmakers: Poetry and Visual Art by Twentieth-Century Women. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1984: 165–69, 215, 222.
    • Muchnic, S. “Tamarind Celebration in Lithography Exhibit.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 26 December 1984, 1, 10.
    • Nabokov, D. “Los Angeles 84 L’Autre L.A., Interview with June Wayne.” Paris Vogue, 
    • no. 646 (May 1984): 81.
    • “On the Aisle with Pablo Picasso.” New York Times, 29 October 1984, B3.
    • “Patrons Tour June Wayne Studio.” Newsprint–Journal of the Los Angeles Printmaking Society, March 1984.
    • Pincus, R. L. “The Galleries, Wilshire Center.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 14 December 1984, 12, 19.
    • Raven, A. “Cognitos: June Wayne’s New Paintings.” Arts Magazine 59, no. 2 (October 1984): 119–21.
    • Rico, D. “Lithographer Leaves Her Imprint on Art Form.” Daily News, L.A. Life, 23 December 1984, 25.
    • Rubin, D. S. “Seven Women Who Are Artists.” ArtScene, Visual Art Special Edition, Summer 1984, 26–27.
    • Stein, J. “Women in Business Honors Ten on Its Tenth.” Los Angeles Herald-Examiner, 4 December 1984, part 5, 4.
    • Wallach, A. “Guggenheim Presents Picasso’s Only Play.” Newsday, 19 October 1984, part 2, 33.
    • Wallach, A. “Shows by Artists Who Rarely Exhibit.” Newsday, Weekend, 2 November 1984, 23.
    • Watrous, J. A Century of American Printmaking 1880–1980. Madison: Wisconsin University Press, 1984: 192, 235–41, 246, 249, 305–6.
    • “West Week 1984.” Pacific Design Center Program, 22–24 March 1984.
    • Wolff, T. “Prints at the Whitney Museum.” Christian Science Monitor, Arts and Leisure, 24 September 1984, 24.
    • Women Artists News 10, no. 1 (November 1984): 28.

    1985

    • Adams, C. Fifty Artists: Fifty Printers (Lithography VI). Exh. cat. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Art Museum, 1985.
    • Arellanes, R. “Tamarind: Los Angeles to Albuquerque.” Artweek 16 (12 January 1985): 4. 
    • Blecker, R. WIB’s Decade of Women’s Achievement, January 1985, 4.
    • Castleman, R. American Impressions: Prints Since Pollock. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1985: 2–4, 48, 56.
    • “Collecting Prints: The Buyers Meet the Sellers.” Print Collector’s Newsletter 16, no. 1 (March–April 1985): 5–10.
    • Contact–Los Angeles Women in Business Newsletter, January 1985.
    • Conway, R. P. My Palomar and Beyond. Exh. checklist. New York: Associated American Artists, 1985.
    • Conway, R. P. Tamarind: 25th Anniversary Exhibition. Exh. cat. New York: Associated American Artists, 1985.
    • Devon, M., C. Adams, J. Wayne, and C. Ratcliff. Tamarind: 25 Years 1960–1985. Exh. cat. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Art Museum, 1985.
    • Donohoe, V. “Cosmic Vistas in June Wayne’s Lithographs.” Philadelphia Inquirer, 13 December 1985, E47.
    • Fine, R. E. “L.A. Prints.” A Bibliophile’s Los Angeles. Los Angeles: Clark Library, University of California at Los Angeles, 1985: 101–86.
    • Ianco-Starrels, J. “Attack of the Pros.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 10 February 1985, 90.
    • Jones, G. “My Style: June Wayne in Conversation with Gwen Jones.” Los Angeles Herald-Examiner, 14 January 1985, C1, C4.
    • “June Wayne à Paris.” Nouvelles de l’Estampe 81 (July 1985): 45.
    • Klein, H. F. “Tamarind at the Crossroads.” Print News 7, nos. 3–4 (July–August 1985): 14–16.
    • Knight, C. “Lithography Saved from Extinction.” Los Angeles Herald-Examiner, 13 January 1985, E6.
    • Lewis, L. “June Wayne’s Investigations of Time.” Print News 7, no. 2 (April 1985): 10–12.
    • Longman, R. “People, Places, Events.” American Artist 49, no. 510 (January 1985): 100.
    • The Moses Lasky Graphics Collection. Exh. cat. San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 1985.
    • Muchnic, S. “A Network of Artists in L.A.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 14 February 1985, 1, 9.
    • Navaretta, C. American Women in Art: Works on Paper. Exh. cat. New York: Midmarch Associates, 1985: 31.
    • O’Beil, H. “June Wayne.” Arts Magazine 59 (January 1985): 41.
    • “Printmaker Profile: June Wayne.” Print Collector 5, no. 2 (Fall 1985).
    • Schipper, M. June Wayne: My Palomar. Exh. cat. Paris: Galerie des Femmes, 1985. 
    • Steinberg, D. “Institute Boss Strives to Improve Visibility.” Albuquerque Journal, 14 July 1985, E1, E10.
    • Weisberg, R. “June Wayne.” Women’s Caucus for Art: Honor Awards for Outstanding Achievement in the Visual Arts—6th Annual Ceremony. Los Angeles: University of Southern California, February 1985: 9–10, 17–18.
    • Wolff, T. F. “New Mexico’s Fountainhead of Printmaker’s Art.” Christian Science Monitor, 11 March 1985, 23.

    1986

    • American Prints 1960–1985: In the Collection of the Museum of Modern Art. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1986: 416–19.
    • Antreasian, G. “Josef Albers and Ken Tyler at the Tamarind Lithography Workshop, Los Angeles, 1963.” Tamarind Papers 9, no. 1 (Spring 1986): 33–34.
    • The Artist and the Printer. Exh. cat. Canberra: National Gallery of Australia, 1986.
    • Gilmour, P. “America and Britain Up to 1960” and “Recent Printmaking.” The Artist and the Printer. Exh. cat. Canberra: National Gallery of Australia, 1986.
    • Gilmour, P. Ken Tyler, Master Printer and the American Print Renaissance. Canberra: National Gallery of Australia, 1986: 7, 9, 18, 25–29, 31, 34–35, 47.
    • Hale, D. “Liberating Prefeminist Preconceptions: ‘Courageous’ Show Focuses on Twenty with Spirit.” Fresno Bee, 14 December 1986, E12–E13.
    • Martin, M. A. “Three Exhibits Show Character, Vision.” Minneapolis Star and Tribune, 26 October 1986, 1G, 8G.
    • Miller, L. A. “Introduction: June Wayne.” Hue Points 14, no. 1 (Spring 1986): 37–39.
    • Teller, S. The Discerning Eye. Exh. cat. New York: Associated American Artists, 1986.
    • Teller, S. Prints by Women: A Survey of Graphic Work by American Women Born before World War II. Exh. cat. New York: Associated American Artists, 1986. 
    • Victor, P. “The Distaff Side of History.” Artweek, 20 December 1986, 6.
    • Weber, N. F. The Woven and Graphic Work of Anni Albers. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution, 1986: 27.
    • “Westweek 1986 Review: Art, Technology and Design.” Designers West 33, no. 7 (May 1986): 36–42.
    • Women Artists News 11 (Spring 1986): 27.

    1987

    • “‘California Artists’ Exhibit Will Open ’87 Arts Celebration.” Gainesville (Florida) Sun, 27 February 1987.
    • Collier, B., J. Gedo, and D. Kuspit. The Artist’s Mother: Portraits and Homages. Exh. cat. Washington, D.C.: National Portrait Gallery, 1987.
    • Curtis, C. “The Art Galleries.” Los Angeles Times, 21 August 1987, 17.
    • Degener, P. “New York and California Exhibits: Like Comparing Apples and Oranges.” St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 26 April 1987, 4D.
    • Delatiner, B. “Exploring the Artist-Mother Bond.” New York Times, 8 November 1987, L1, L18.
    • Glueck, G. “Impact of the Prince of Prints.” New York Times, 11 November 1987, C25.
    • Hamilton, E. “From an ‘Anonymous’ Printer: A Letter to Ruth Weisberg.” Tamarind Papers 10, no. 2 (Fall 1987): 52–53.
    • Kelly, M. “The Economic Ground We Stand On.” Business Ethics 1, no. 6 (December 1987): 5.
    • “Kenna Love’s Visions of LA Artists.” Visions: The Los Angeles Art Quarterly 1, no. 1 (1987): 15.
    • Raven, A. “The Changing Face of Feminism.” Art Papers 11, no. 5 (September/October 1987): 7.
    • “The Tamarind Citation, Lynton Kistler.” Tamarind Papers 10, no. 1 (Spring 1987): 43.
    • 10+5 from California. Exh. cat. Gainesville, Florida: Thomas Center Gallery, 1987.
    • Wohlfert, L. “Club 100 Award Luncheon Gets Practical.” Los Angeles Herald-Examiner, 26 April 1987, E3.

    1988

    • “Atlanta College of Art Honors June Wayne with Honorary Doctorate.” Journal of the Print World 11, no. 3 (Summer 1988): 20.
    • Barrett, R., P. Gilmour, B. Kester, and A. Raven. June Wayne: The Djuna Set. Exh. cat. Fresno: Fresno Art Museum, 1988.
    • Carroll, A. “Review: Lasting Impressions.” Art Monthly, July 1988, 15–16.
    • Conway, R., and R. Weisberg. June Wayne: Lithographs from the Djuna Set, 1950–1988, A Thematic Retrospective. Exh. cat. New York: Associated American Artists, 1988.
    • Cummings, P. Dictionary of Contemporary American Artists, 5th ed. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1988: 653–54.
    • Dubin, Z. “Locals Seek Exemption to New Tax Law.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 6 March 1988, 87.
    • Feinstein, R. American Print Renaissance, 1958–1988. Exh. cat. Stamford, Connecticut: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1988.
    • Gilmour, P., ed. Lasting Impressions: Lithography as Art. Exh. cat. Canberra: National Gallery of Australia; Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1988: 35, 256–57, 264–67, 343–47.
    • Hale, D. “The Art of Wayne.” Fresno Bee, 8 May 1988, F1, F10–F11, F20.
    • Hale, D. “Wayne Will ‘Track the Galaxies’ during Lecture.” Fresno Bee, Home Edition, 4 April 1988, F14.
    • Hook, S. “The Hero in Society.” World and I, 1988, 612, 618.
    • The Marion Koogler McNay Art Institute Selective Catalog. San Antonio: Trinity Press, 1988: 256.
    • Michaelson, J. “Artists Mount a Counterattack Against Tax Changes.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 29 March 1988, 1, 6, 8.
    • Michaelson, J. “The Boston Tea Party of the Arts.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 29 March 1988, 1.
    • Ramljak, S. “Review: June Wayne—Associated American Artists.” Artnews 87, no. 7 (September 1988): 170.
    • Raven, A. “Cognitos: June Wayne’s New Paintings.” Crossing Over: Feminism and the Art of Social Concern. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Research Press, 1988: 63–69.
    • Raven, A. “June Wayne: Associated American Artists.” Women Artists News 13, no. 2 (Summer 1988): 33–34.
    • Raven, A., C. Langer, and J. Frueh. Feminist Art Criticism, An Anthology. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1988: 230, 233, 237.
    • Tabacco, W. “National Print Symposium.” IMPRINT, The Journal on Australian Printmaking, December 1988, 11.
    • Tufts, E., and L. Tuttle. American Herstory: Women and the United States Constitution. Exh. cat. Atlanta: Atlanta College of Art, 1988.
    • Victor, P. “Conjunctions of Science and Art.” Artweek 19, no. 22 (4 June 1988): 5.

    1989

    • Armstrong, E. First Impressions: Early Prints by Forty-six Contemporary Artists. Minneapolis: Walker Art Center, 1989.
    • “Art Advocate: Excerpts.” Artwire 6, no. 2 (Spring 1989): 1, 10. 
    • Baldinger, J. A. “Exploring the Creative Mind: A Conversation with Sheila Tepper.” Performing Arts, January 1989, 32.
    • Bennie, A. “Time Traveller in Two Dimensions.” (Sydney) Australian, 29 March 1989, 46.
    • Bernbaum, M. “LAPS 25th Anniversary Party and Tribute to Connor Everts.” Newsprint–Journal of the Los Angeles Printmaking Society, April 1989, 14.
    • Braft, P. “Different Paths: Vision and Emotion.” New York Times, 2 July 1989, 12.
    • Brown, B. A., and A. Raven. Exposures: Women and Their Art. Pasadena: New Sage Press, 1989: 18–19.
    • Conway, R. P. Modern American and European Prints: Fifty-fifth Anniversary Exhibition. Exh. cat. New York: Associated American Artists, 1989.
    • The Djuna Set [Paintings, Collages, Prints]. Exh. checklist. East Hampton, New York: Benton Gallery, 1989.
    • Gilmour, P. June Wayne. Exh. cat. Sydney: Macquarie Galleries, 1989.  
    • Gilmour, P. “June Wayne’s Visit to Australia.” Gallery–Monthly Magazine of the National Gallery Society of Victoria, March 1989, 10–11.
    • Green, J. “A Leader in Prints Gives the West a Show.” Melbourne Times, 26 April 1989, 16.
    • Hale, K. J. Guest Artists in Printmaking. Exh. cat. Austin: Archer M. Huntington Gallery, University of Texas at Austin, 1989.
    • Kavanaugh, J. “Artist Has A Passion for Prints.” Business Review Weekly, 24 March 1989.
    • Litson, J. “Outlook Art.” Vogue Australia 33 (March 1989): 49.
    • Moore, S., ed. “Leading Ladies.” Yesterday and Tomorrow: California Women Artists. New York: Midmarch Arts Press, 1989: 156–59.
    • Murdoch, A. “Printmaking. Putting Art on a Cosmic Plane.” (Melbourne) Age, ExtraArts, 22 April 1989, 12.
    • Romney, J. “Art with Timeless Appeal. Top American Lithographer June Wayne Is in Australia.” Sydney Morning Herald Thursday Magazine, 13 April 1989, 12.
    • Sakane, I. Kagaku Asahi: Monthly Journal of Science 49, no. 7 (July 1989): 70–73.
    • Shaw, C. American Tapestry Weaving since the 1930s and Its European Roots. Exh. cat. College Park: University of Maryland Art Gallery, 1989.
    • Slivka, R. C. S. “From the Studio.” East Hampton (New York) Star, 24 June 1989.
    • Tamarind Lithography Workshop Inc., Catalogue Raisonné 1960–1970. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Art Museum, 1989: 262–67.
    • Watson, B. “New Spectacles Send Wayne into Space.” Sydney Morning Herald, 25 March 1989, 43.
    • Weisberg, R. “Review: June Wayne—The Djuna Set.” Tamarind Papers 12 (1989): 76–78.

    1990

    • Book review, Print Collector’s Newsletter 21, no. 3 (August 1990): 117.
    • Brown, B. A. “Hope for the 90s.” Artweek (8 February 1990): 22.
    •  “College Art Association Takes an Activist Stance.” AEA: Los Angeles Artist Equity Newsletter, 1990, 1, 5.
    • “Convocation Ceremony at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.” CAA News 15, no. 2 (March/April 1990): 3–5.
    • Karlstrom, P., and S. Ehrlich. Turning the Tide: Early Los Angeles Modernists 1920–1956. Exh. cat. Santa Barbara: Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1990.
    • Knight, C. “June Wayne, A Famed Artist Draws the Line for the Arts Endowment. ‘It’s Time to be Counted.’” Los Angeles Times, 1 July 1990, M3.
    • Langsner, J. “June Wayne: Imagist.” In Arts & Architecture: The Entenza Years, ed. B. Goldstein, 194–95. Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press, 1990.
    • McKenna, Kristine. “June’s Mouse.” Los Angeles Times, 25 December 1990, F8.
    • Muchnic, S. “College Art Assn. Turns to Social Issues.” Los Angeles Times, 14 February 1990, F7.
    • Muchnic, S. “College Arts Meeting Signals New Awareness.” Los Angeles Times, 19 February 1990, F1, F6.
    • Nixon, B. “Footnote to an Era.” Artweek, 22 November 1990, 20.
    • “On Ethics and Sound Bytes.” UCLA Magazine 2, no. 2 (Fall 1990), 5–6.
    • Plagens, P. Functionists High. Exh. cat. Los Angeles: American Gallery, 1990.
    • “Tamarind Institute Plans National Printmaking Symposium.” Journal of the Print World, Spring 1990.
    • Weisberg, R. “June Wayne’s Quantum Aesthetics.” Woman’s Art Journal 11, no. 1 (Spring/Summer 1990): 3–8.

    1991

    • Artwire 8, no. 1 (Fall/Winter 1991–92): 11.
    • California Window. Exh. cat. Nagoya, Japan: Memory’s Gallery, 1991.
    • Colker, D. “In Love with Lithography.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 28 July 1991, 90, 92.
    • Collaborations: Word and Image. Exh. cat. Oxford, Ohio: Miami University Art Museum, 1991.
    • Geer, S. “Moses Expresses Emotional Force.” Los Angeles Times, 4 July 1991, F4.
    • Lamana, M. “Art from Stone.” Motorland Magazine. California State Auto Association, 1991.
    • Muchnic, S. “Art Congress Selects Santa Monica.” Los Angeles Times, 6 July 1991, F4.
    • Muchnic, S. “World Critics to Gather in L.A.” Los Angeles Times, 9 October 1991, F4.
    • Rose, Barbara. “ArtTable 10th Anniversary Awards.” ArtTable Publication, 9 November 1991.
    • Smith, Selma, ed. 1991 Printworld Directory of Contemporary Prints and Prices. West Chester, Pennsylvania: Printworld, 1991: 936–38.
    • Weiler, J. F. “Tamarind at Thirty.” Journal of the Print World, Spring 1991, 20.
    • Woimant, F., and M.-C. Miessner. “Les enrichissements 1990 de la Bibliothèque Nationale: L’estampe étrangères.” Nouvelles de l’Estampe 116 (May–June 1991): 20, 26.
    • Young, C. M. Modern American Prints. Exh. cat. New York: Associated American Artists, 1991.

    1992

    • Gilmour, P. “A Love Affair with Lithography: The Prints of June Wayne.” Print Quarterly 9, no. 2 (June 1992): 142–76.
    • “Highlights of the Week. March 8–14.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 8 March 1992, 2.
    • June Wayne: The Djuna Set. Exh. checklist. Claremont, California: Montgomery Gallery, Pomona College, 1992.
    • Nagano, T. K. “The Right of Assemblage.” Los Angeles Downtown News, 5 October 1992.
    • Robison, A., and R. Fine. Dürer to Diebenkorn: Recent Acquisitions of Art on Paper. Exh. cat. Washington, D.C.: National Gallery of Art, 1992.
    • Seigel, J., ed. Mutiny and the Mainstream: Talk That Changed Art, 1975–1990. New York: Midmarch Arts Press, 1992: 56–59, 108, 206, 238–40, 309–10.
    • Tromble, M. “A Conversation with Charles Gill.” ArtWeek, 5 November 1992, 21–22.
    • Vincent, S. “Artists’ Royalties on the Way?” Art and Auction, May 1992, 24.
    • Warner, C., ed. The Last Word: A Treasury of Women’s Quotes. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice Hall, 1992: 7, 33, 131.
    • Wilson, W. “‘Gemini at 25’: Celebrating a Child of ’60s.” Los Angeles Times, 25 September 1992, F26–F27.
    • Woimant, F., M.-C. Miessner, and A. Moeglin-Delcroix. De Bonnard à Baselitz: Dix ans d’enrichements du Cabinet des Estampes 1978–1988. Exh. cat. Paris: Bibliothèque nationale de France, 1992: 428.

    1993

    • Advocate & Greenwich Time (Connecticut), Weekend Section, 17 September 1993, 8.
    • Anderson, I. “Multiplicity—Three Los Angeles Presses: Tamarind Lithography Workshop, Self-Help Graphics and Freeman Editions.” Artweek, 18 February 1993, 12–13.
    • Elan, S. “Taking Risks at the Neuberger Museum.” Westchester County Weekly (New York) and Fairfield County Weekly (Connecticut), 2 December 1993, 10.
    • Great Beginnings: Tamarind Lithography Workshop—The LA Years 1960s–1970s. Exh. cat. Los Angeles: Tobey C. Moss Gallery, 1993.
    • Hale, D. “Reflections on a Woman’s Life and Times.” Fresno Bee, 4 July 1993, 12.
    • National Gallery of Art 1992 Annual Report. Washington, D.C.: National Gallery of Art, 1993: 31.
    • Wasserman, K. Book as Art VI. Exh. cat. Washington, D.C.: National Museum of Women in the Arts, 1993.

    1994

    • Alameda Lewis, H., J. Ianco-Starrels, and S. Lewis. Generation of Mentors. Exh. cat. Washington, D.C.: National Museum of Women in the Arts, 1994. 
    • Broude, N., and M. D. Garrard, eds. The Power of Feminist Art. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1994: 74, 91, 93, 113, 116, 137, 194.
    • Catterall, L. “False Colors: The Art of Print Fraud.” Personal Property Journal, Winter 1994, 25, 28.
    • Gouveia, G. “Lim’s Works Transport Viewer to Another Plane.” Gannett Surburban Newspapers, Lively Arts, 31 October 1994, 6J.
    • Greenstein, M. A. “Entering the Professional Art Market Without an MFA.” Artweek, 5 May 1994, 17.
    • Kirker, A. “Always the Artist’s Advocate.” Imprint: The Journal of Contemporary Australian Printmaking 29, no. 2 (Winter 1994): 1–4.
    • “Printmaking Advocate to Be in Residence.” (Madison) Wisconson Week, 19 October 1994, 17.
    • Sayre, H. M. A World of Art. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice Hall, 1994: 216.

    1995

    • Adding It Up: Print Acquisitions 1970–1995. Exh. checklist. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1995.
    • “Artist to Speak on Future.” Fresno Bee, 6 February 1995. 
    • Beneke, D. L. Fifteen Profiles: Distinguished California Modernists. Exh. cat. Fresno: Fresno Art Museum, 1995.
    • Brown, B. A. Muses. Pasadena: Armory Center for the Arts, 1995: 9, 12.
    • Frank, P. “Social Engagements, Generation of Mentors.” LA Weekly, Art Picks of the Week, 31 March–6 April 1995, 116.
    • Goldman, J. “American Publishing Workshops: A New Kind of Printed Art.” Contemporary Master Prints from the Lilja Collection. London: Lilja Art Fund Foundation and Azimuth Editions, 1995: 31–32.
    • Hale, D. “Artist Will Take Town Hall to the Future.” Fresno Bee, 12 February 1995.
    • Hale, D. “Wayne Fears Congress Will End National Arts and Humanities Groups.” Fresno Bee, 16 February 1995, B4.
    • Hansen, T. V., D. Mickenberg, J. Moser, and B. Walker. Printmaking in America: Collaborative Prints and Presses 1960–1990. Exh. cat. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1995: 28, 37, 40–41, 77, 96–100, 102, 106.
    • June Wayne: One Printmaker to Another. Exh. checklist. Knoxville: Knoxville Museum of Art, 1995.
    • Krause, M. Garo Antreasian: Written on Stone. Indianapolis: Indianapolis Museum of Art, 1995: 3, 5–8, 55–58, 61, 97.
    • Lewis, L. “June Wayne’s Future Shock.” Contemporary Impressions 3, no. 1 (Spring 1995): 2–5.
    • Tamarind: Into the Nineties. Exh. cat. Greensboro: Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 1995.
    • Turner, N. K. “Generation of Mentors.” ArtScene 14, no. 5 (January 1995): 9–10.

    1996

    • Athey, R. “Talking (Shaved) Heads.” LA Weekly, 18–24 October 1996, 63–64.
    • Forward (New York), 21 January 1996, 10.
    • Gilmour, P. “Printmaking in America.” Print Quarterly 13, no. 3 (1996): 36–37, 334.
    • “June Wayne.” Art in America, Museum Preview, 1996–97, 29.
    • Knight, C. “More Famine Than Feast.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, Art Review, 2 May 1996, F1, F11.
    • Nava, Y. “Art Dissects the Immigrant Experience.” Los Angeles Second Front, 11 July 1996, 3, 16.
    • “Panel of Artists, Critics Clash at Club 100 Event.” (Santa Monica) Outlook, Life/Arts, 1 May 1996, D2.
    • Pfefferman, N. “Cultural Convergence.” Jewish Journal, 28 June–4 July 1996, 11, 31.
    • Reed, M. “‘Becoming American Women’ and ‘Converging Cultures’ at Skirball Cultural Center,” Artweek 27, no. 9 (September 1996): 23–24.
    • Richman, P., S. Kaufman, T. Page, P. Richard, and R. Kempley. “Here & Now.” Washington Post, 19 May 1996, G.03.
    • Wilson, W. “Personal Stories Converge in ‘Cultures.’” Los Angeles Times, 10 July 1996, F4.

    1997

    • Adams, C. “East Coast, West Coast: Tamarind Lithography Workshop and the American Print Establishment.” Print Quarterly 14, no. 3 (September 1997): 252–83.
    • Adams, C. “An Informed Energy: Lithography and Tamarind.” Grapheion 1 (1997): 21–27.
    • Art Scene 16, no. 8 (April 1997): 47.
    • Askey, R. “L.A. Women, Art of the Future.” Women Artists Newsletter, 3, no. 1 (May 1997).
    • Bischoff, D. “It’s All in the Fine Print: Multiple Images Define Art and Life.” (Newark) Star-Ledger, 20 July 1997, 1, 4.
    • Brown, M. “Looking at Prints: June Wayne; the Founder of Tamarind Talks about the History and Future of Lithography.” Southwest Art 27, no. 6 (November 1997): 26, 28, 30.
    • Crossing the Threshold. Exh. cat. New York: Steinbaum Krauss Gallery, 1997. 
    • “Drawing on the Rocks: Two Hundred Years of Lithography.” At the Museum, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, September 1997, 2–3.
    • Gilmour, P. Dictionary of Women Artists. Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, 1997: 1431–34.
    • Gilmour, P. “Truth & ‘The Freedom To Lie’: Warrington Colescott Satirizes Lithography.” Grapheion 1, no. 1 (May 1997): 74–79.
    • Glueck, G. “An Unconventional Publisher with an Appetite for the Comic and Quirky.” New York Times, 28 March 1997, C24.
    • Glueck, G. “Woman of Many Themes and Styles.” New York Times, Art Review, 16 May 1997, B22.
    • Hoffberg, J. A. “June Wayne: A Retrospective.” Umbrella 20, nos. 3/4 (October 1997): 99.
    • “June Wayne Exhibit Headlines at Neuberger.” Scarsdale (New York) Enquirer, 18 April 1997, 12.
    • Lombardi, D. D. “June Wayne, Neuberger Museum of Art.” Artnews 96, no. 9 (October 1997): 172.
    • Melrod, G. “The Fame Game.” Art & Antiques 20, no. 7 (Summer 1997), 72–79.
    • “Museum Recognizes Artist.” Advocate & Greenwich Time (Connecticut), 11 May 1997, D2.
    • Raven, A. June Wayne: A Retrospective. Exh. cat. Purchase: Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase College, State University of New York, 1997.
    • Raynor, V. “A Printmaker’s Show with Tapestries.” New York Times, Art, 8 June 1997, 20.
    • Sayre, H. M. A World of Art, 2nd ed. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Prentice Hall, 1997: 212, 214–15.
    • Sidey, T. Prints in Focus, Part II—Whistler to Hockney and Beyond. Exh. cat. Birmingham, England: Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery, 1997.
    • Smith, G. “Datebook.” New York Times, 6 April 1997, 34.
    • Southern Graphics Council Twenty-fifth Printmaking Emeritus Exhibition. Exh. cat. Tampa: University of South Florida, 1997.
    • Temin, C. “Traditional Printing, Contemporary Images.” Boston Globe, 13 August 1997, D1.
    • Wilson, W. “Century-Old Lithographs Seem Forever Young.” Los Angeles Times, 7 July 1997, F4.
    • Wilson, W. “Prints in ‘Changing Media’ Take an Introspective Turn.” Los Angeles Times, Art Review, 19 February 1997, F3, F8.
    • Woodard, J. “ ‘Quarks to Quasars’ at Century Gallery.” Artweek, June 1997, 23–24.
    • Woodard, J. “The Sky’s the Limit.” Los Angeles Times, Sights, Special to the Times, 24 April 1997, F40.

    1998

    • Allan, L. “The Future of Printmaking.” Artweek, September 1998, 12–13.
    • Brodsky, J. K. “June Wayne’s Whoopers.” Journal of the Mid America Print Council 6, no. 1 (1998): 8–9.
    • Brown, B. A. “June Wayne.” Artscene, November 1998, 15–16.
    • “East Coast vs West Coast.” GAC Newsletter, October 1998, 5.
    • Frank, P. “Learning Pick of the Week: Women Artists of the 60’s.” LA Weekly, 13–19 March 1998, 146.
    • Gilmour, P. “From Pre-Pop to Postmodern.” Print Quarterly 15, no. 3 (September 1998): 333–37.
    • Goodale, G. “Printmaking Pioneer Does It Her Way.” Christian Science Monitor, 31 December 1998, 17.
    • Gottleib, Shirle. “109-Piece Salute.” Long Beach Press-Telegram, 2 December 1998, E1.
    • Heimarck, C. “June Wayne: A Retrospective.” Women Artists News 23 (1998): 19–20.
    • Hernandez, J. F. Misch Kohn: Beyond the Tradition. Monterey, California: Monterey Museum of Art, 1998: 81.
    • Isenberg, B. “Reading Beyond the Fine Prints.” Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 8 November 1998, 88, 90–91.
    • Johnson, R. “Artistic Maverick.” Los Angeles Daily News, 25 December 1998.
    • Johnson, R. “Going Her Own Way: Artist’s Path Crossing with LACMA.” Daily News, L.A. Life, 18 November 1998, 8–9.
    • “July 13, Artist June Wayne lectures . . .” Artweek, Calendar, July/August 1998, 38.
    • “June Wayne: A Retrospective.” At the Museum: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, November 1998, 2–3.
    • “June Wayne: A Retrospective.” Long Beach Press-Telegram, 18 November 1998, E1.
    • “June Wayne: A Retrospective.” Long Beach Press-Telegram, 7 December 1998, C1.
    • “June Wayne: A Retrospective.” Los Angeles Sentinel, 13 August 1998.
    • “June Wayne: A Retrospective.” Los Angeles Times, The Season’s Best Bets, 10 September 1998.
    • “LA’s Top 10 List: The Coolest Things to Do in November.” Los Angeles, November 1998.
    • McKenna, K. “‘Artemisia’: Artistic License with an Artist.” Los Angeles Times, 27 May 1998, F1, F10.
    • Modernism in California Printmaking 1940–1965. Exh. cat. Santa Rosa, California: Annex Galleries, 1998.
    • Moure, N. D. W. California Art: 450 Years of Painting & Other Media. Los Angeles: Dustin Publications, 1998: 366–367, 551.
    • “The National Art Scene: A Quarterly Calendar.” New York Times, 16 October 1998.
    • Noronha, J. de Sousa. La Mémoire Lithographique, 200 ans d’images. Exh. cat. Paris: Art & Métiers du Livre, 1998.
    • Scheer, R. “Our Times (Santa Monica).” Los Angeles Times, 22 November 1998.
    • “Today’s Living Best Bets.” Los Angeles Times, 29 November 1998.
    • Wilson, W. “June Wayne Exhibition Captures Her Inventive, Influential Spirit.” Los Angeles Times, 1 December 1998, F4.
    • Wyszpolski, B. “Leaving Her Prints in the Sands of Time.” (Hermosa Beach, California) Easy Reader, 12 November 1998, 31, 33.

    1999

    • Belloli, J. Radical Past: Contemporary Art and Music in Pasadena, 1960–1974. Exh. cat. Pasadena: Armory Center for the Arts and Art Center College of Design, 1999. 
    • Frank, P. “June Wayne: A Retrospective.” LA Weekly, Art Pick of the Week, 15–21 January 1999, 136.
    • Grishin, S. “Historically Significant Showing for June Wayne.” Canberra Times, Panorama, 30 January 1999, 20.
    • Knaff, D. L. “The Fine Print.” Riverside (California) Press-Enterprise, 3 January 1999, F20.
    • Konau, Britta. “June Wayne: The Dorothy Series.” Women in the Arts, Summer 1999.
    • Martin, V. “June Wayne at LACMA.” Artweek 30, no. 1 (January 1999): 21–22.
    • Simpson, Pamela H. “June Wayne: A Retrospective.” Woman’s Art Journal 20, no. 2 (Fall 1999–Winter 2000): 42, 59–62.
    • Wettengel, K. “June Wayne.” Brntwd, The Arts, Winter 1999, 26, 28.
    • Wyszpolski, B. “Skeletons and Masquerades.” (Hermosa Beach, California) Easy Reader, 18 November 1999, 49.

    2000

    • Barron, S., S. Bernstein, and I. S. Fort. Made in California: Art, Image, and Identity, 1900–2000. Exh. cat. Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Berkeley: University of California Press, 2000.
    • Devon, M., ed. Tamarind: Forty Years. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2000: 1–4.
    • Glueck, G. “The Likeness of Being: Contemporary Self-Portraits by Sixty Women.” New York Times, 21 January 2000, B40.
    • Goodale, G. “Mega Mural Sees Light of Day.” Christian Science Monitor, 15 September 2000, 19.
    • Kimmelman, M. “A Lifetime of Well-Chosen Words and Quirky Materials.” New York Times, 7 July 2000, E29.
    • Maese, K. “Of Color and Light.” Los Angeles Downtown News, 11 September 2000, 1, 6.
    • Meyers, Laura. “The Feminine Mystique: Powerful Women in the Arts.” Art Business News 27, no. 10 (October 2000).
    • Munro, E. Originals: American Women Artists. New York: da Capo Press, 2000: 282–88; previously published by Simon and Schuster, 1979: 24, 30, 53, 282–88, 311, 511.
    • Potts, L. “Prints Valiant.” Albuquerque Tribune, 8 September 2000, C3.
    • Pulin, C. “Tamarind: 40 Years.” Contemporary Impressions: The Journal of the American Print Alliance 8, no. 2 (Fall 2000).
    • Stein, J. E. The Likeness of Being: Contemporary Self Portraits by Sixty Women. Exh. cat. New York: D. C. Moore Gallery, 2000.
    • Tyler, L. “Tamarind Testimony: Lithography’s Champion Finally Gets Its Due.” Albuquerque: UNM Alumni Magazine, Fall 2000, 14.
    • Wyszpolski, B. “Paradise Regained: When the L.A. Art World Comes to the Rescue . . .” (Hermosa Beach, California) Easy Reader, 20 July 2000, 32, 35–37.
    • Zlatnik, G. From Hayter to Pettibon: American Workshop Prints. Exh. cat. Iowa City: University of Iowa Museum of Art, 2000.

    2001

    • Arbury, S., A. F. Jones, and D. Mercer. Inside and Out: An Artist Collects: Selections from the Private Collection of Dorothy Gillespie. Exh. cat. Maitland, Florida: Maitland Art Center; Radford, Virginia: Radford University Art Museum, 2001.
    • Belloli, J., ed. The Universe: A Convergence of Art, Music, and Science. Pasadena: Armory Center for the Arts, 2001: 59. 
    • Creation, Constellations, and the Cosmos. Exh. cat. Pasadena: Norton Simon Museum, 2001.
    • “Creation, Constellations, and the Cosmos, A Private Walk-Through.” GAC News 1, no. 3 (2001).
    • Frank, P. “From Paris to Pasadena.” LA Weekly, Art Pick of the Week, 5–11 January 2001, 116.
    • Hansen, T. V. “Pulp and Possibilities: A Brief Look at Contemporary Paper Art.” In Rags to Riches, 25 Years of Paper Art from Dieu Donné Papermill, ed. M. Takahashi. New York: Dieu Donné Papermill, Inc., 2001.
    • Noronha, J. de Sousa. “Et voilà, madame l’americaine: June Wayne, un portrait.” Nouvelles de l’Estampe, no. 175 (March–April 2001): 51–56.
    • Slivka, R. C. S. “From the Studio.” East Hampton (New York) Star, 22 March 2001.

    2002

    • Agajanian-Quinn, J. ARTtalk, November 2002, 23.
    • Agajanian-Quinn, J. “Focal Point: Around and About with Joan Agajanian-Quinn.” New York Master Planner, October 2002–September 2003, 32.
    • “Artist June Wayne Donates Art Collection Valued at $5.47 Million to Support Rutgers Center for Innovative Print and Paper.” News & Media, rutgers.edu, 24 September 2002.
    • “California Artist Donates Largest Gift in School’s History.” Rutgers University: Mason Gross School of the Arts Newsletter, Fall 2002, 7.
    • “Committee on Women in the Arts Names Award Recipients.” CAA News 27, no. 6 (November 2002): 23.
    • “Holiday Party December 16, 2002.” News of the Trusteeship, 2002, 5.
    • Johnson, K. “Clinton Adams, 83, a Painter Who Helped Resurrect Lithography.” New York Times, 2 June 2002, 42.
    • “June Wayne Papers.” UCLA Librarian 54, no. 1 (Summer/Fall 2002): 5.
    • Kitaj, K. Women Who Could and Did: Lives of Twenty-six Exemplary Artists and Scientists. Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts: Huckle Hill Press, 2002: 51, 60, 104–5, 107, 165, 235, 238, 272.
    • Lanman, S., and A. Vames. “Gifted Artists.” Rutgers Focus, 4 November 2002.
    • Margulies, L. “Famed Printmaker Gives Art to Rutgers.” Los Angeles Times, 2 October 2002, F2.
    • Noronha, J. de Sousa. L’Estampe: objet rare. Athens: Editions Alternatives, 2002: 41, 52, 89, 94, 171.
    • “Rutgers Is New Home to Renowned Print Collection.” Bridges to the Future (Rutgers University Foundation Annual Report, 2001–2), 2002, 8–9.

    2003

    • Allen, L. “June Wayne and Rutgers Center for Innovative Print and Paper.” Graphic Impressions (Southern Graphics Council Newsletter), Winter/Spring 2003, 2–3, 8.
    • Calendar Weekend. Los Angeles Times, 6 March 2003, E61–E62.
    • Chandler, M. V. “Tamarind Leaves Art Imprint.” Rocky Mountain News (Denver), 4 July 2003, 19D.
    • “Conversation with the Curators.” San Diego Museum of Art, 9 April 2003.
    • Deepwell, K. “Musing on Myths.” Paletten 64, nos. 3–4 (2003): 48–51.
    • Genocchio, B. “Enchanted by Sea, Sky and Clouds.” New York Times, New Jersey edition, 30 March 2003, 11.
    • June Wayne: Selected Graphics 1950–2000. Exh. checklist. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University, 2003.
    • “June Wayne: Selected Graphics 1950–2000.” Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum Newsletter, Winter 2003, 4–5.
    • “The Magician and the Mechanic: Tamarind Lithography Workshop, The Early Years.” San Diego Museum of Art Quarterly 4, no. 1 (January–March 2003): 3, 8.
    • Periz, I. “June Wayne: Selected Graphics.” Artnews 102, no. 6 (June 2003): 125.
    • Plett, N. “June Wayne’s Futurist Way.” U.S. 1 (Princeton), 26 February 2003, 34.
    • “This Space Reserved for June Wayne.” Rutgers Magazine 83, no. 1 (Spring 2003): 30–33.
    • “Zimmerli Exhibition Honors Wayne.” Mason Gross School of the Arts Newsletter, Spring 2003, 6.

    2004

    • Brodsky, J. “On the Occasion of Receiving the 2004 Southern Graphics Council “‘Printmaker Emeritus Award.’” Graphic Impressions, Summer 2004, 1, 3.
    • “Conference Reports.” Graphic Impressions, Summer 2004, 10–11.
    • Hosford, M. “Conference Report I.” Graphic Impressions, Summer 2004, 10.
    • Klein, H. “What Is Wrong with These People?” Graphic Impressions, Fall 2004, 7.
    • Maher, J. “Conference Report III.” Graphic Impressions, Summer 2004, 11.
    • Manna, M. “Entertainment.” San Diego Union-Tribune, 26 February 2004, NC1.
    • “SGC to Host Print Conference.” CAA News, January 2004, 17.
    • “[3D] Diversity, Discourse, Dimension: 2004 Southern Graphics Council International Conference.” Graphic Impressions, Summer 2004, 8–9.

    2005

    • Artner, A. “Women Artists Shine at Block.” Chicago Tribune, 3 November 2005, 3.
    • Bischoff, D. “Feminist Postmodernism.” Star-Ledger (Newark), 23 December 2005, 33.
    • “Eighty Years and Still Going Strong.” Artline, Summer 2005, 1.
    • The First 80 Years. Exh. cat. Los Angeles: Los Angeles Art Association/Gallery 825, 2005.
    • Gilmour, P. “Setting Up Departments – II: Prints at the National Gallery of Australia.” Print Quarterly 22, no. 3 (September 2005), 310–11.
    • Granieri, L. “Postmodern Women Come to Rutgers.” Home News Tribune (New Brunswick, New Jersey), 15 December 2005, E5.
    • Kalonick, J. “How Women Invented Postmodernism.” TimeOFF, 23 December 2005, 5.
    • Landau, D. “Correction.” Print Quarterly 22, no. 4 (December 2005), 462.
    • Los Angeles Printmaking Society Eighteenth National  Print Exhibition. Exh. cat. Pasadena: Armory Center for the Arts, 2005.
    • Mitchner, S. “Women Artists: Up to, Including, and Exceeding Their Limits.” Town Topics, 21 December 2005, 11.
    • Poskovic, E. “LAPS National Print Biennial.” Interleaf, Fall 2005, 1, 3. 
    • Powers, A. “Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery.” Art Quarterly (Autumn 2005): 32.
    • “Rutgers Displays Feminist Art at the Mason Gross Galleries.” Rutgers Focus, 12 December 2005, 8. 
    • Seaton, E. Paths to the Press: Printmaking and American Women Artists, 1910–1960. Exh. cat. Manhattan: Beach Museum of Art, Kansas State University, 2005: 18, 65, 76–77, 244–45, 254.
    • Westerman, Donna. “A Conversation with June Wayne.” Interleaf, Fall 2005, 3.

    2006

    • Annoucement of June Wayne: A Catalogue Raisonne. Rutgers University Press catalog, Spring/Summer 2006, 26.
    • Eighteen Profiles: Distinguished Women Artists of California. Exh. cat. Fresno: Fresno Art Museum, 2006.
    • Genocchio, B. “Maybe Not the First Postmodernists, But Who’s Counting?” New York Times, New Jersey edition, 8 January 2006, 9.
    • Isenberg, B. “Princes of Prints.” Los Angeles Times, 14 May 2006, E27, E36–E37.
    • Julie Thecla: Undiscovered Worlds, DePaul University Art Museum, 2006, 8, 12. 
    • Melrod, G. “Wayne’s World.” Lifescapes, May 2006, 20–22.
    • Seaton, E. G., ed. Paths to the Press: Printmaking and American Women Artists, 1910 – 1960, Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art, Kansas State University, Manhattan, 2006, 18, 65, 76-77, 244-45, 254. (exhibition catalogue)
    • Three Humanscapes: Visions from the West Coast: Judy Dater, Kumiko Shindo, June Wayne. Exh. cat. Tokyo: Tama Art University Museum, 2006.
    • California Society of Printmakers, an Update, Roberta Loach

    2007

    • Dickinson, Eleanor. “Report on the History of the Women’s Caucus for Art.” Blaze: Discourse on Art, Women and Feminism. Frostig, Karen and Halamka, Kathy A., Editors. Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007.
    • Epstein, Johanna Ruth. “June Wayne, National Association of Women Artists.” ARTnews, October 2007.
    • Lion, Lea. “Reflections of a Feminist: June Wayne Ponders MOCA’s ‘WACK!’ Exhibit.” Los Angeles Downtown News, July 9, 2007, 19.
    • Perras Running Waters, Kriss. “June Wayne’s Art Featured in Track 16 Exhibition for SMMUSD Schools.” Malibu Arts Reviews Magazine, October 2007.
    • Seckel, Cornelia. “Culturally Speaking.” Art Times. June 2007. www.arttimesjournal.com.
    • June Wayne, the Art of Everything",  A Catalogue Raisoné, 1936-2006, Robert P. Conway, Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, N.J. 2007

    2008

    • Butler, Sharon A. “June Wayne Still Acting Out in Hollywood.” Two Coats of Paint. March 2, 2008. http://twocoatsofpaint.blogspot.com.
    • Magruder, Melanie. “The Art of the Print.” Malibu Times. March 13, 2008, B1, B14
    • Muchnic, Suzanne. “Her Mellow? Not a Chance.” Los Angeles Times. March 2, 2008.
    • Stein, Donna. “Abstract Impact.” Art & Antiques. May 2008, pp. 82-90

    2010

    • Christa C. Mayer Thurman. "June Wayne's Narrative Tapestries: Tidal Waves, DNA, and the Cosmos." Museum Exhibition Catalogue, 2010

    2011

    2012

    • Betty Ann Brown. "Afternoon with June, Stories of June Wayne's Art & Life." Midmarch Arts Press, 2012, NYC

    2013

    • Pagel, David. "Review: June Wayne: Eloquent Visionary reveals a bold mind." Los Angeles Times (June 27, 2013)

    2014

    • Betty Ann Brown, Jay Belloli, Ruth Weisberg. "June Wayne: Painting, Prints and Tapestries." Museum Exhibition Catalogue, Pasadena Museum of California Art (2014)

    2017

    • To the Point (the Tapestries of June Wayne), Denna Jones, Cover Magazine, London, Autumn 2017 issue

    2018

    • Ann Isolde. " PERSONAL VOICES / CULTURAL VISIONS: Conversations in the Visual Arts Community Los Angeles 1994-1996." Southern California Womens' Caucus for Art (2018)
    • MB Abram Galleries, Los Angeles, Artist's Legacy. 2018