LEILA DAW

 

 

EDUCATION

 

M.F.A. Washington University School of Fine Arts, St. Louis, Missouri

B.A. Wellesley College, Wellesley Massachusetts

Additional Study, Maryland Institute, Baltimore, MD, School of the Museum of Fine Arts,

Boston, MA

 

 

GALLERY REPRESENTATION

 

Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

AIR Gallery, New York, NY

 

 

RECENT PUBLIC PROJECTS

 

2012 Sea Chart Benches, an installation at the University of New Haven, West Haven, CT

2011 Finalist, University of CT Health Center, Farmington, CT, a percent for arts project

Finalist,  CT Juvenile Training School, Middletown, CT, a percent for arts project

 

2008 River Spirit Landscape, , collaborative development of plan for city park, incorporating a

miniature representation (map) of a section of the Housatonic River, for Pittsfield, MA

 

2006 Passages, a permanent installation to map the demographic history of New Haven into the space of the new branch of the New Haven Free Public Library: A Percent for Arts Public Project, commissioned by the City of New Haven

 

2005 Trail Stones, temporary installation of art for the trail, for annual meeting of the East Coast Greenway Alliance, New Haven Colony Historical Society, New Haven, CT

 

Migrating Maps, three sea chart bench sculptures migrating to a series of urban sites in New Haven CT, emphasizing the coastal nature of the community: project supported by a grant from the Berkshire-Taconic Artists' Resource Trust

 

2004 Planetary Conditions, permanent site-specific installation of mapforms in 400 ft. long ticketing hall of new terminal, Bradley International Airport, Windsor Locks, CT: A Percent for Arts Public Project, Commissioned bythe Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism, Arts Division, and the Connecticut Department of Transportation

 

2003 Winsted on the Move, A Percent for the Arts permanent site-specific installation for the New Learning Center, Northwest CT Community College, Winsted, CT, commissioned by Connecticut Commission on the Arts and Department of Public Works.

 

2002 Artist member of design team for new railroad and pedestrian bridges and walkway handrails, Cross County MetroLink light rail extension, St. Louis, MO

 

2000: Developed Public Art Program for downtown Cupples Station Area Redevelopment Project, St. Louis, MO

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERINCE

 

2002-present Full time artist, with studio in New Haven, CT

Professor Emeritus, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, Massachusetts

1990-2002 Massachusetts College of Art, Studio for Interrelated Media, Professor of Art.

1976-1990 Southern Illinois University, Professor of Art, Member of the Graduate Faculty, Head of Multimedia Program, teaching Multimedia, Drawing, and Design.

1975-1976 Maryville College and Forest Park Community College, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Art.

1974-1975 Tusculum College, Greenville, TN, Artist in Residence of one year, Assistant Professor.

1972-1974 Washington University School of Fine Arts, Graduate Teaching Assistant.

 

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

2016 "From the Racks," Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

2015 “City Wide Open Studios,” Artspace, New Haven, CT

“The Sculptor’s Eye: Prints, Drawings, and Photographs from the Collection,” deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Lincoln, MA

“Land Ho!” Fitchburg Art Museum, Fitchburg, MA

“Women in the Atrium,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

“The Weight of the World: Affect and Reason,” Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona

2014 “Landscape/Mindscape,” The Art Museum at the University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY

“Somewhat off the Wall,” New Haven Arts Council, New Haven, CT

“In and of the Land,” Five Points Gallery, Torrington, CT

“Transported/Illuminated,” Artspace, New Haven, CT

2013 “From the Land,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

“Are We Where Yet?” A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY

“Rivers Alive,” Washington Art Association, Washington Depot, CT

“Remember How You Got Here,” SUNY Suffolk County, Brentwood, NY

“Handful of Art,” John Slade Ely House, New Haven, CT

2012 “Ground Truth,” Housatonic Art Museum, Bridgeport, CT

“Material Measure: Use and Reinvention of Maps” The Institute Library, New Haven CT

“AAF-LA” Atrium Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2011 “SILVER,” 25th Anniversary Show, Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

“Ways to Find,” A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY

“Leila Daw: Better to Travel Than to Arrive,” Mercy Gallery, The Loomis Chaffee School, Windsor, CT

“Landscape,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

“50th Anniversary Show,” The John Slade Ely House, New Haven, CT

2010 “Art Chicago 2010,” Atrium Gallery, Chicago, IL

“On/Of/Like/About Paper,” Boston Sculptors Gallery, Boston, MA

“from the tongue,” Lotus Gallery Space, New York, NY

“Mapping Outside/Inside,” Borowsky Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

2009 “Founders Exhibition,” Morris University Center Gallery SIUE, Edwardsville, IL

“Dispersion,” ARTSPACE, New Haven, CT

“Small,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

“Seduced/Conned: the Relevance of Landscape in the 21st Century,”

Guilford Art Center, Guilford, CT

“Art Chicago,” Atrium Gallery, Chicago, IL

2008 “CONNcentric: an exhibition of notable Connecticut Artists,” ARTSPACE,

New Haven, CT

“Uncoordinated: Mapping Cartography in Contemporary Art,” Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH

“Badlands: New Horizons in Landscape,” MASS MoCA, North Adams, MA

“Cultivate,” Berkshire Botanical Garden, Stockbridge, MA

“Routes,” The Parachute Factory Gallery, New Haven, CT

“Small Works,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

“People and Places,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

2006 “Elementum II,” Albertus Magnus College, New Haven, CT

“10 for 20” 20th Anniversary Exhibition, St. Louis, MO

“Reconstructed Archaeologies,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

“There's the Rub,” Islip Art Museum, East Islip, NY

“Sense of Site,” A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY

2005 “With Spirit,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

“Mapping,” Schiltkamp Gallery, Worchester, MA

2004 “condition:environ," A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY “Planetary Conditions,” commissioned by State of Conneticut for Bradley International Airport, Windsor Locks, CT

2003 “Atrium at the Plaza,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

“Unbuilt Visions: Artists' Maquettes and Proposal Boards for Public Projects Never Built,” Brickbottom Gallery, Somerville, MA. Curated by Leila Daw.

“Byrdcliffe Outdoor Exhibition: The Lily- Loosely Seen,” Woodstock, NY

“Winsted on the Move,” commissioned by State of Conneticut for Northwestern Conneticut Community College, Winsted, CT

2002 “New Space, New Work,” A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY

“Scale It,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO2001 “New Works on Paper,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

“Unbound: Reshaping Artist’s Books,” Henry Street Settlement Abrons Arts Center, New York, NY

2000 National Members Exhibition, A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY

“Site Specifics 2000,” Islip Art Museum, East Islip, NY

“The Maecenas and the Bauhaus in St. Louis 1963-2000,” Mercantile/Firstar Bank Art Collection, The Sheldon Art Galleries, St. Louis, MO

“Sites and Circles,” Brickbottom Artists Building, Somerville, MA

“Generations II: A Survey of Women Artists at the Millenium,” AIR Gallery, New York, NY

Selected works at WBUR (communications), Boston, MA

Developed Public Art Program for Cupples Station Redevelopment Project, St. Louis, MO

1999 “Installation of four ‘Map Structures,’ DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Lincoln, MA

“Stone Circle for Union Square,” temporary public installation, Somerville, MA

“Mythic Site II,” temporary installation on sidewalk median, entryway, and multiple sites in interior of Tufts Administration Building, Somerville, MA

“Mythic Site I,” temporary installation, Somerville, MA, Public Library lawn

National Affiliates Exhibition, AIR Gallery, New York, NY

Summer Exhibition, Gallery Bershad, Somerville, MA

“Selections 99,” Bakalar Gallery, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA

1998 Brickbottom Open Studios, Group Exhibition, Sommerville, MA

National Members Exhibition, A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY

“Recycled Paper,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

“Shadow of Safety,” Sunrise Museum, Charleston, WV

Completed commisson for Massachusetts Turnpike Authority

“Placement of Stones,” installation, AIR Gallery, New York, NY

“About Time,” The Gallery at Hastings-on-Hudson, NY

“Recent Acquistions from the Permanent Collection,” DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA

“Works on Paper,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

1997 “Shapes of Time and Tide,” Mystic Art Center, CT

Installation, AIR Gallery, New York, NY

25th Anniversary Exhibition, AIR Gallery, New York, NY

1996 “Conditions,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

“Shadow of Sanctuary,” Boston Sculptors at Chapel Gallery, Boston, MA

Artist member of design team, Kiel Triangle Park, urban park in St. Louis, MO

1995 “Environmental Art: Addressing the Real World,” Panel Discussion, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA

“National Affiliates Exhibition,” A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY

“Map Readings,” a multimedia event, Brickbottom Gallery, Boston, MA

“Public Projects by Sculptors,” Boston Sculptors at Chapel Gallery, Boston, MA

1994 “New Surveying of Old Terrain,” Hamilton College, Clinton, NY

“Healing in Geological Time,” A Multimedia Performance, Boston Sculptors at Chapel Gallery, West Newton, MA

“Material Matters,” Creative Arts Workshop, New Haven, CT

“Natural Phenomena,” Chapel Gallery, West Newton, MA

“The Book Unbound,” Ormond Art Museum, Ormond Beach, FL

“Four Woman Exhibition,” A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY

“Sculptor’s Edition and Small Works,” Boston Sculptors at Chapel Gallery, Boston, MA

1993 “National Affiliates Exhibition,” A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY

“Dealer’s Choice,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

“New Works on Paper,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

“Leila Daw: Artists’ Books, Maps, and Documentation,” The University Gallery, The University of the South, Sewanee, TN

1992 “Sight Seeing,” Islip Art Museum, East Islip, NY

“Leila Daw & Mary Lum,” two-person exhibition of artists’ books; University of Nevada, Reno, NV

Group Exhibition, Chapel Gallery, West Newton, MA

“Exploring Maps,” Turman Gallery, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN

“National Affiliate Exhibition,” A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY

“’Land, Sea, and Sky,’ Maps in Contemporary Art,” DeCordova, Lincoln, MA

“Red River,” environmental installation, Centenary College, Shreveport, LA

Installation of Artists’ books and maps, AIR Gallery, New York, NY

1991 “Leila Daw: Recent Work,” solo exhibition, Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

“The Mid-America Biennial, Nelson-Atkins Art Museum, Kansas City, MO

“Land, Sea, Sky: Maps in Contemporary Art,” DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA

“Earth Elements,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

“National Affiliates four woman exhibition, AIR Gallery, New York, NY

“Red River,” Centenary College, Shreveport, LA

Designed aerial structures for Metro Link Light Rail System, St. Louis, MO

Fifth Anniversary exhibition, Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

1990 “Outside New York,” A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY

“Bookness, Artists’ Exploration of Form and Content,” Washington University Gallery of Art, St. Louis, MO

“Critical Choices,” University of South Dakota Art Gallery, Vermilion, SD

“Recycle,” series of environmental installations and parade, Edwardsville, IL

Mid America Exhibition, Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

1989 Selections from the Atrium Gallery: Messing Gallery, St. Louis, MO

Group Show, A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY

Drawn to the Earth,” Group Show, Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

“Designing Visions,” Group Show of Metro Link artists, The Forum, St. Louis, MO

Recent Works on Canvas and paper: Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

Group Exhibition, Markel-Sears, New York, NY

Fifteenth Anniversary Exhibition, Center for Book Arts, New York, NY

“Artists’ Books and Book Arts,” The Baxter Gallery, Portland School of Art, Portland, ME

Works on Paper, One-person exhibition, Southampton Building of Suffolk Community College, Selden, Long Island, NY

“Tensor,” collaborative dance/sculpture, Edison Theater, St. Louis, MO

1988 Selected Lead Artist of Metro Link design team, St. Louis, MO

“At Home for the Holidays,” A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY

“Work of the Spirit,” Ceres Gallery, New York, NY

One-person Exhibition, A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY

“Art St. Louis IV,” St. Louis, MO

“Small Sculpture Works by Women,” Traveling Show: Palm Springs Desert Museum, CA; Gallery of Texas Women’s University, Denton, TX; Gallery of the University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

“Outside New York,” A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY

1987 “St. Louis Artists Today,” St. Louis Artists’ Guild Juried Exhibition, St. Louis, MO

“Works on Canvas and Paper and Artists’ Books,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

“Paperworks,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

“Art St. Louis III,” St. Louis, MO

“Women’s Autobiographical Artists’ Books,” UWM Art Museum, Milwaukee, WI

“Leila Daw,” Soho 20 Gallery, New York, NY

1986 “Himmelsschreiber. Dimensionen eines fluchtigen Mediums,” Kassel West Germany, International Exhibition of Artists Using Skywriting

“Artists Make Books,” Brentwood Gallery and St. Louis Public Library, St. Louis, MO

“Public Visions, Public Monuments,” Soho 20 Gallery, New York, NY

“About Place,” First Street Forum, St. Louis, MO

“Artists’ Books,” Hand in Hand Galleries, New York, NY

 

 

WORKS IN PUBLIC AND CORPORATE COLLECTIONS

 

The Cincinnati Art Museum Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA

The Saint Louis Art Museum Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, Illinois

DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA Washington University, St. Louis, MO

Boston Public Library, MA Texaco Corporation, Houston, Texas

Southwestern Bell, St. Louis, MO Armstrong, Teasdale, Schlafly, St. Louis, MO

A. G. Edwards & Sons, St. Louis, MO Massachusetts College of Art, Boston

Siteman Organization, St. Louis, MO Mark Twain Bankshares, St. Louis, MO

Mercantile Trust, St. Louis, MO Roberts, Perryman, and Bomkamp, St. Louis, MO

Monsanto Corporation, St. Louis, MO First Missouri Bank Corporation, Columbia, MO

First National Bank, Columbia, MO Parkcrest Surgical Association, St. Louis, MO

Ralston Purina, St. Louis, MO Krey Distributing Company, St. Peters, MO

The Koetting Associates, St. Louis, MO MetroLink Light Rail System, St.Louis, MO

Novus International, St. Louis, MO Housatonic Art Museum, Bridgeport, CT

The Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences, Charleston, WV

 

AWARDS AND GRANTS

 

2005 Berkshire-Taconic Foundation Artists Resource Trust Grant

2000 Residency, Millay Colony for the Arts, Austerlitz, NY

Awarded James & Stephiana McClennen Fellowship

1999 Massachusetts Cultural Council / Somerville (MA) Arts Council Artists Fellowship

1995 Federal Design Achievement Award for design of Metrolink Light Rail System in St. Louis, MO

1991 National Endowment for the Arts Design Arts Grant for design team work on Master Plan for Landscaping and Arts Project along Right of Way of Metrolink Light Rail System, St. Louis, MO

1990 Recipient, Mid-America Art Alliance/National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship for painting and works on paper

Clayton, Missouri Highway Medians Design Competition: First Place, Single Median Design; Second Place, Design for Three Consecutive Medians (In collaboration with Rick Kacenski, Landscape/Architect)

1987 Summer Research Fellowship, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, IL

1986 Summer Research Fellowship, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, IL

 

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

2015 Rooney, E. Ashley, Artists’ Homes and Studios, Schiffer Publishing

2014 Daw, Leila, and Robert Kohn, The Artist Meets the Critic, Createspace, Amazon

2013 “Events on Long Island,” New York Times, February 3, illustration

“Leila Daw: Worried Mother,” Studies in the Maternal, Birbeck, University of London

“Trip of a Lifetime,” Windcheck Magazine, June

2012 “Different Routes”, New Haven Register, April 1

Zanghi, Alexis, “The Map and the Territory”, New Haven Advocate, April 5

Zella, Robbin, Ground Truth: Mapping the Senses/Charting Experience, Housatonic Museum of Art, Bridgeport, CT

2011 Rooney, E. Ashley, 100 Artists of New England, Schiffer Publishing

“Mapping Humanity: Leila Daw: better to travel than to arrive…”, Connecticut Magazine, June

Carlock, Marty, Boston Sculptors 2011, Lulu

2010 Donohoe, Victoria, “Four artists at Gershman. Art from maps, varied, up-to-date”, The Philadelphia Enquirer, June 11

Rice, Robin, “Charted Territory”, Philadelphia City Paper, May 25

2009 Birke, Judy, “Guilford Art Center’s ‘Seduced’ is visually stunning and thought-provoking,” New Haven Register, March 22

Burnham, John, “Artist in the Galapagos,” Cruising World, January 27

Harmon, Katherine, The Map as Art, Princeton Architectural Press

Kobasa, Stephen Vincent, “The Dismay of Landscape,” New Haven Advocate, March 31

Petrovich, Dushko, “Where Nature Went,” Boston Globe, March 1

2008 Markonish, Denise and Joseph Thompson, Badlands: New Horizons in Landscape, MIT Press, Boston, MA

Clements, French, “The Art of Cultivation,” Berkshire Living, August

“Make Way,” New Haven Advocate, May 28

Norwood, Clare, uncoordinated mapping art cartography in contemporary art, Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinatti, OH

Weinstein, Tresca, “Earth Works,” Berkshire Living, August

2007 Fleming, Ronald Lee, The Art of Placemaking: Interpreting Community through Public Art and Urban Design, Merrill Publishers

Smart, Paul, “Byrdcliffe paths,” Woodstock Times, June 7

2006 “5 exhibits not to miss,” Where – St. Louis, September

Art in Public Spaces—Connecticut,” Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism, Hartford, CT

“Art in the Garden,” New Haven Register, July 14

Barry, Amy J., “Discover a garden of Earthly (and Unearthly) Delights,” The Sound, August 10

Hoffman, Hank, “Sculpture is in season at Guilford garden center,” Arts! New Haven, July/August

Shaw, Karen, There’s the Rub, Islip Art Museum, Islip, NY

2005 “Branford Artist Explores Planetary Conditions at Bradley Airport,” The Sound, January 27

DeCordova Sculpture Park Map and Guide, Lincoln, MA

2004 Fisher, Nathan, “A New Connecticut Landscape: Branford Artist Leila Daw Marries Topography to Art,” The Sound, January 15

Markonish, Denise, “Beyond the Sky's Limits: a Fantastic Voyage Through Bradley International Airport,” in Leila Daw Two Public Projects, catalog

2003 Genocchio, Benjamin, "For a Few Days, New Haven Artists Give Up the Hermit's Life", The New York Times, p. 11, October 12 (illustration)

Barry, Amy J., "City-Wide Open Studios Connects Artists with Public", The Sound, October 9

DeCordova Sculpture Park Map and Guide, Lincon, MA

“City-Wide Open Studios,” New Haven Advocate, October 9-15

“What Would Have Been, Exhibited,” review, The Somerville (MA) Journal, May 8

2002 Braden, Susan, “A Garden and Museum,” The Branford (CT) Review, p. 21, July 24

Jermanok, Steve, "Artists in Residence", Boston Magazine, February

2001 Decordova Sculpture Park Guide, Lincoln, MA

“Look of the New,” St. Louis Post Dispatch, July 26

Leila Daw, Site Specific Installations, 2000 - 1996, catalogue, Boston, MA

2000 “Lelia Daw’s From This Point at A.G. Edwards,” St. Louis Post-Dispatch, August 27

1999 Pomerantz, Dorothy. “Lelia Daw: ‘A common history of all human beings,” The Somerville (MA) Journal

Sherman, Mary. “Pike Pique,” The Boston Herald, August 5

Temin, Christine “Art al fresco: outdoor sculpture in Lincoln,” The Boston Globe, August 15

Temin, Christine “Pike stalls on public art project,” The Boston Globe, May 26

Wild, Patricia “Yeah, but is it art?” Somerville (MA) Journal, October 21

1998 LeRoy, Dan. “State roots still running through her heart,” Charleston Daily Mail, March 19

Schwartz, Bob “West Virginia native’s installation reinvents Sunrise Room,” Charleston Daily Mail

1997 Zimmer, William “Making the Leap from Science to Art,” The New York Times, June 29

1996 Bellos, Alexandra. “Earthbound,” Riverfront Times, January 24-30,

Shepley, Carol Ferring. “Jane Schneider: Immortals; Leila Daw: Conditions,” St. Louis Post Dispatch, January 25

Temin, Christine. “From Chapel to rough-hewn ‘Sanctuary’,” The Boston Globe, April 10

1995 Art in Transit, U.S. Department of Transportation illustrated catalog 9400, 1A

Grooms, Thomas B., Designs for Transportation, U.S. Department of Transportation and the National Endowment for the Arts, Washington, DC

1994 Temin, Christine. “Inside The Chapel, Leila Daw’s Great Outdoors,” The Boston Globe, February 9, 1994.

Birke, Judy. “Seven Sculpt Our Perceptions at Creative Arts Workshop,” The New Haven Register, March 13, 1994.

“Material Matters,” New Haven Arts, March 1994.

Lewinson, Ann. “Women Take Over New Haven Galleries; Galleries Survive,” The New Haven Advocate, March 31, 1994.

“Multimedia Artist to Exhibit Works,” The New Tribune, January 25, 1994.

Frueh, Joanna. “Visible Difference,” New Feminist Criticism

Frueh, Joanna “The Erotic as Social Security,” Art Journal, Spring

MetroLink: Different by Design, Arts in Transit, St. Louis, MO (catalog)

Yatzeck, Tanya “MetroLink Rail, St. Louis: A Design Team Collaboration,” Marquette

Journal of the International Sculpture Center, December

1993 Seigel, Judy. Mutiny and the Mainstream: Talk that changed Art, 1975-1990

1992 Harrison, Helen A. “For 12 Artists, Maps Fill a Role as Raw Material,” The New York Times, October 18

1991 Bertelson, Christine, “Link with the Future?” St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Winners, Mid America Biennial, Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.

Harris, Paul A. “Daw’s Abstract ‘Maps’ of Metaphors,” St. Louis Post Dispatch, May 10

Bellos, Alexandra, “Art on the Map,” The Riverfront Times, May 22-28

1990 Levinson, Joan. “Artalk: Up in Smoke,” St. Louis People, Volume I, Number 3, July 1990, pages 1, 9-11 (illustrated).

Rosen, Joan. “Leila Daw: Beyond Feminist Aesthetic,” St. Louis Artists Coalition Magazine, Volume 5, Number 2, Spring

“Recent work of Lelia Daw,” St. Louis Journal, April 29

1989 Degener, Patricia. “Artists’ Visions of the Future of Mass Transit in St. Louis,” St. Louis Post Dispatch, January 29

Eckstrom, Kevin. “Daw’s Works Reflect Topography of Life,” St. Louis Post Dispatch, March 8

Raven, Arlene, Review, “Gifted,” The Village Voice, January 3

Tofle, Marla. “Artistic Link,” St. Louis Business Journal, October

Wolf, John-Paul, “Atrium Gallery Features Art Works on Canvas and Paper by Leila Daw,” West End World, April 6

1988 La Rose, Elise, “Outside New York,” Women Artists News, Fall/Winter

1987 Frueh, Joanna. “Daw Finds Life an Adventure,” St. Louis Post Dispatch, February 3, p. 6D.

King, Mary, “Leila Daw,” Art News, April, p 31.

Frueh, Joanna. “Leila Daw,” Art in America, July, p. 133.

“Art in Perspective,” St. Louis Artists’ Coalition/Double Helix cable program interviewing artists and showing their work, July

Reproduction, Women Artists’ News, Winter, p. 35.

Eyerman, Linda. “Leila Daw, Atrium Gallery,” New Art Examiner, May

1986 Harris, Jim “9 Artists Propose Public Sculptures,” St. Louis Post-Dispatch, April 1

Kimpel, Haral, Dimd, Himmelsschreiberensionen eines fluchtigen Mediums