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Five Questions for Artist Emily Eveleth by Lisa KellnerDec. 19, 2019

“Eveleth’s paintings restlessly shift across a spectrum of meanings, covering along the way all the distances between opposing significances; prosaic and profound, profane and sacred, banal and intriguing, to say nothing of the axis between cool asexuality and gushing, if veiled, sexuality.”

— John Stomberg, Director of the Hood Museum, Dartmouth College

Time to Paint the Doughnuts - by Edward Gomez - Art and Antiques
Emily Eveleth in Art in America by Doug McClemont03/2013
Emily Eveleth in Empty Kingdom Interview by the Blind Architect02/07/2012
Emily Eveleth in Grecourt Gate News Smith College, interview by Eric Weld07/19/2010
Emily Eveleth in The Boston Globe by Sebastian Smee07/18/2010
Emily Eveleth: Smith College Exhibition catalogue, essay by Linda Muehlig07/2010
Emily Eveleth in Art in America by Janet Koplos7/2003
Emily Eveleth in Boston Magazine by Eve LaPlante09/1999
Emily Eveleth in The New York Times by Edward Gomez04/21/1999