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Cover, Art Work, “Great Swamp South”, Ploughshares (at Emerson College) Winter 2006-2007.
“Two Cambridge Artists Think Big”, by Richard Tenorio, Cambridge Chronicle, June 29, 2006.
“An Arctic Circle”, Living Arts feature, by Sally Jacobs. Boston Globe, February 21, 2001.
“Vaughan Siebel Speaks to Packed Hostess House”, by Gina Dvorak,Marion Chronicle-Tribune, July 27, 2000.
“Landscape Ordeal”, by Janice Pieroni, Imagine, August 2000.
“High, tiled, and handsome”, by Mary Sherman, Boston Sunday Herald, October 23, 1994.