Bibliography

CHARLES H. STINSON STUDIO
Selected Bibliography

 

AUTHOR / CO-AUTHOR / EDITOR

2017 — Devices of Dubious Utility from the Museum of Post-Truth Artifacts, written & illustrated by Charles H. Stinson. Starchand Press, San Francisco, 2017 (ISBN 978-0-9858515-2-1).

2016 — A Gristly Tail, written & illustrated by Charles H. Stinson. Starchand Press, San Francisco, 2016 (ISBN 978-0-9858515-1-4).

2012 — Hot Poems for Warm Friends, George Paris. Charles H. Stinson, editor, Starchand Press, San Francisco, CA, 2012 (ISBN 978-0-9858515-0-7).

2012-present — Editor of Pacific Rim Sculptors Newsletter.

Also, author or co-author of multiple academic research book chapters, articles, and letters to editors in peer-reviewed scientific, technology, and health publications; led conceptualization, design and development of several health technology systems and devices in current use and increasing deployment.  (Technical CV and details on request).

 

NATIONAL / INTERNATIONAL

2008 — “National Sculpture Society 75th Annual Awards Exhibition Catalogue”, New York, NY.

2007 — “San Francisco International Arts Festival 2007”, Benefit, May/June 2007, p. 31.

2004 — “In Three Dimensions: Twelve sculptors speak out about self-expression in their chosen media.” Norman Kolpas, Southwest Art, July 2004, p. 166(-177).

1986 — “Japanese Calligraphy Exhibit in Japantown,” Hokubei Mainichi, August 22, 1986.

1984 — Hokubei Mainichi, June 9, 1984, p. 2.

1984 — Hokubei Mainichi, April 14, 1984, p. 3.

 

STATE / LOCAL

2015 — “Four local artists are included in an exhibit of California sculpture at SLOMA”, Paula McCambridge, special to The Tribune, September 14. (Image of “Bamboo Matrix” featured.) (LINK)

2007 — “Bliss: Commemorating 20 years of Compassionate Care”, Maitri AIDS Hospice. (The portrait sculpture “Issan Buddha” was prominently featured in the organization’s invitations, brochures and city-wide billboards).

2007 — “Art For AIDS Auction Benefits UCSF AIDS Health Project,” San Francisco Bay Times, October 11, pp. 20-23.

2005 — Art: Belcher Studios Open House. San Francisco Bay Times, May 12.

2004 — “Masque of the Pink Book Slasher: The S.F. Public Library Transforms Destruction into Creation”, Carl Nagin, SF Weekly, March 10-16, 2004, p. 42.

2003 — “SF Open Studios …,” Joshua Rotter, San Francisco Observer, October 2003, interview.

2003 — “Velocerector” in “Out There,” Friedman, R., Bay Area Reporter, April 10, 2003, p. 26. (As Chaz Hardman).

2002 — Artweek, October, 32:10 (photograph of “The Bather”).

2002 — “San Francisco Celebrates Open Studios,” Artweek, 33:8, p. 2.

2001 — “SF and Sonoma County Celebrate Open Studios,” Artweek, Volume 32, Issue 10 (photograph of “Ganda Bherundasana Yogi”)

2001 — “Artists Open Studios,” Einzig, J., San Francisco Observer, October, Volume VII, No. 68, p. 1.

2001 — “Out & About,” Bay Area Reporter, May 10, 2001.

2001 — “Consummate Consumer: Charles Stinson Sculptures”, QSF, March, p. 51.

2000 — “Out & About,” Bay Area Reporter, October 5, 2000.

2000 — “Sculptor creates sassy political checkmate: Satiric chess set features ‘Da King’ with a Fedora; ‘Da Queen’ with her tiara,” San Francisco Examiner, December 4, p. C-6.

2000 — “Artists Open Studios,” Einzig, J., San Francisco Observer, October 2000, p. 1.

1997 — “For Art’s Sake: Open Studios of October,” Balzano, D., in SF Frontiers, October 9, 1997, p. 18.

1996 — Photography in “Wellness,” Butera, B., in Q San Francisco, June-July, 1996, pp. 4, 48-49. (As C. Hardwicke).

 

BOOKS

2006 — American Art Collector — West, Ed. Tom Palmer, Alcove Books, Berkeley.

2005 — American Art Collector — West, Ed. Tom Palmer, Alcove Books, Berkeley.

2003 — Art of Northern California, Ed. Tom Palmer, Alcove Books, Berkeley, pp. 250-251.

 

TELEVISION

2003 — KQED television announcement of 2003 Open Studios on “SPARK” program (video of Ife Buddha in progress), October.

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