Sherrie Wolf

Chelsea College of Art, London, England; M.A. Printmaking 1975
Museum Art School, Pacific Northwest College of Art, Portland, OR; B.F.A. Painting 1974
One-Person Exhibitions  
"Object Lessons," Hallie Ford Museum, Salem, OR (upcoming) August, 2015
"Tulips: A History," Woodside/Braseth Gallery, Seattle, WA 2015
"Baroque Sensibilities," Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA 2014
“Stills,” Arden Gallery, Boston, MA 2013
“Stills,” The Laura Russo Gallery, Portland, OR 2013
“Looking Back,” The Laura Russo Gallery, Portland, OR 2012
“Sherrie Wolf: Historyonics,” Northern Arizona University Art Museum Gallery, Flagstaff, AZ 2012
“Sherrie Wolf: Vessels,” Arden Gallery, Boston, MA 2011
“Transmissions,” The Laura Russo Gallery, Portland, OR 2011
“Faces,” The Laura Russo Gallery, Portland, OR 2010
“New Paintings,” Arden Gallery, Boston, MA 2010
Woodside/Braseth Gallery, Seattle, WA 2008, 2010
“Counterpoint,” The Laura Russo Gallery, Portland, OR 2009
“Animal Life,” Jenkins Johnson Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2009
The Laura Russo Gallery, Portland, OR 2004,2006, 2007, 2008
“Virtue, Vice and Grandeur,” Jenkins Johnson Gallery, New York, NY 2007
“Flowers,” Hidell Brooks Gallery, Charlotte, NC 2006
“Majestic Still Life,” Jenkins Johnson Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2005
“Appropriations,” Hidell Brooks Gallery, Charlotte, NC 2004
Linda Hodges Gallery, Seattle, WA 2001,2003
Margo Jacobsen Gallery, Portland, OR 1996, 1998, 2000, 2002
“Still Life Redefined,” Jenkins Johnson Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2001
Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland, OR 1993, 1994
Maveety Gallery (formerly Lawrence Gallery), Portland and Gleneden Beach, OR 1986, 1992
Salishan Lodge Gallery, Gleneden Beach, OR 1985, 1990
Oregon Health Sciences University Gallery, Portland OR 1988
Governor's Ceremonial Office, State Capital Building, Salem, OR 1988
Stonepress Gallery, Seattle, WA 1985
Fairbanks Gallery, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 1985
Fountain Gallery of Art, Portland, OR 1977, 1979, 1982, 1984
Mayer Gallery, Marylhurst College, Marylhurst, OR 1984
Unitarian Fellowship Gallery, Portland, OR 1981
White Gallery, Portland State University, Portland, OR 1980
City Hall, Portland, OR 1978
Greenwood Gallery, Seattle, WA  
Rienshaw Gallery, Linfield College, McMinnville, OR 1977
Ann Hughes Gallery, Portland, OR 1976
Selected Group Exhibitions  
"Still Even," Hallie Ford Museum, Salem, OR (upcoming) September, 2015
“Northwest in the West,” Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, WA 2015
“Trust: PNCA Alumni Exhibition,” Pacific Northwest College of Art, Portland, OR 2012 “Provenance: In Honor of Arlene Schnitzer,” Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 2012
“Strange Beauty: Baroque Sensibilities in Contemporary Art,” I.D.E.A. InterDisciplinary Experimental Arts, Edith Kinney Gaylord Cornerstone Arts Center, Colorado Springs, CO 2011-2012
Arden Gallery, Boston, MA 2011
“Album: Artist Portraits of Artists,” The Art Gym, Marylhurst University, Marylhurst, OR 2010
Mayor’s Invitational Art Show, Salelm Conference Center, Salem, OR 2010-2011
“The Secret Language of Animals,” Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, WA 2010
The Laura Russo Gallery, Portland, OR 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012
“PNCA at 100,” Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR 2009
“Homage: Re-enactments, Copies and Tributes,” The Art Gym, Marylhurst University, Marylhurst, OR 2008
“Art for the Bridge ~ Benefitting the Bridge Breast Network,” Dallas Women’s Museum, Dallas, TX 2008
“The Collector’s Eye: Contemporary Art from the Leo Michelson Collection,” Hallie Ford Museum of Art,Willamette University, Salem, OR 2008
“8th Northwest Biennial,” Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, WA 2007
“20th Anniversary Group Show,” The Laura Russo Gallery, Portland, OR 2006
“14 Years, 14 Artists: Mahaffey Fine Art,” Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR 2006-2007
“2006 Sitka Art Invitational,” Sitka Center for Art & Ecology, World Forestry Center, Portland, OR 2006
Inaugural Exhibition, Jenkins Johnson Gallery, NY, NY 2006
"Affordable Art Fair," Jenkins Johnson Gallery, New York and London 2003, 2004
“Annual Realism Invitational,” Jenkins Johnson Gallery, San Francisco, CA 1999-2004
“Art About Agriculture Tour 2002,” Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR, traveling show 2002-2003
“The Dog & Pony Show,” Coos Art Museum, Coos Bay, OR 2002
“Representing Representation V,” Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY 2001-2002
“Art About Agriculture,” Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 1995,2002
“ANA 30 Show,” Holter Museum of Art, Helena, MT, juried by Peter Schjeldahl, Lucy Lippard, Gerald Peters 2000-2002
“The Art of Illusion,” Millard Sheets Gallery (non-profit) with honored guest Wayne Thiebaud, Pomona, CA 2001
“Points of View: Realist Invitational,” Margo Jacobsen Gallery, Portland, OR 2001
“Perspective and Perception,” L & B Viewing Room, Portland, OR 2001
“45th Annual National Juried Print Exhibition,” Hunterdon Museum of Art, Clinton, NJ 2001
“Sixth Northwest Biennial: Pleasure Craft,” Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, WA, juried by Gladys Nilsson 2001
“Still Life,” Linda Hodges Gallery, Seattle, WA 1999
“Interior Pauses: Contemporary Northwest Realism,” Maryhill Museum of Art, Goldendale, WA 1998
“American Print Exhibition,” China National Academy of the Arts, Hangzhon, China 1998
Bush Barn Art Center, Salem Art Association, Salem, OR 1995
The Gallery at Salishan, Gleneden Beach, OR 1995
“20 Printmakers at Timberline Lodge,” Government Camp, OR 1995
“The Art of Absolut,” Bon Marche, Seattle, WA 1993
Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland, OR 1992
“Oregon Biennial,” Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR 1991
Portland Art Museum, Northwest Print Council Juried Show, Portland, OR 1991
Hanson/Howard Gallery, Ashland, OR 1989
“International Prints,” John Szoke Graphics, New York, NY 1988
“Twenty Oregon Printmakers,” Amerika Haus, Stuttgart, West Germany 1988
“International Prints '88,” Silvermine Gallery, Stamford, CT 1988
“1988 Biennial Pacific States National Print Exhibition,” University of Hawaii at Hilo 1988
“Stockton National Print Exhibition,” Haggin Museum, Stockton, CA 1988
Traveling Exhibitions  
“Women’s Work: Contemporary Women Printmakers from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation"
Halllie Ford Museum of Art at Willamette University, Salem, OR
Art Gym, Marylhurst College, Marylhurst, OR
Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art, Utah State University, Logan, UT
San Jose Museum of Art, CA
Cornerstone Art Center, Colorado College, Colorado Springs, CO
“Blossoms-Art of Flowers”
Houston Museum of Natural Science, Houston, TX
Neville Public Museum, Green Bay, WI
Dunnegan Gallery of Art, Bolivar, MO
Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum Art Institute, Tucson, AZ
The R.W. Norton Art Gallery, Shreveport, LA
The Wildlife Experience, Parker, CO;
The Dixon Gallery and Gardens, Memphis, TN
The Spartanburg Art Museum, Spartanburg, SC;
The Canton Museum of Art, Canton, OH
“Prints Across the Pacific,” Pacific International Print Project, An American and Chinese Exhibition Exchange, Northwest Print Council and the China National Academy of Arts 1998
Northwest Print Council Traveling Montana Show, WMC Gallery/Museum, Dillon Arts Chateau, Butte; Copper Village Museum & Arts Center, Miles City; Custer County Art Center, Miles City 1996
“Oregon Biennial,” Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR 1990-1992
“Small Format Prints from the U.S.,” U.S. Information Service, Lincoln Library, Buenos Aires, Argentina 1989-1991
“Twenty Oregon Printmakers,” tour of West German museums and galleries 1988
“Interiors/Exteriors: A Collective Portfolio,” Printmaking Council of New Jersey, Somerville, NJ 1987
China – Northwest Print Council Exhibition, traveling throughout China 1986-1987
“Watercolor Oregon,” Visual Arts Resources, Eugene, Oregon; traveled through the USA 1986-1987
“Limited Editions,” Oregon Arts Foundation, Salem, OR 1983-1985
“Oregon,” traveling print exhibition and poster, throughout the U.S.A. and Australia 1978-1981
“Zebra,” print edition for members of The Print Club of Cleveland, Cleveland Art Institute, Cleveland, OH 2010
Portland Convention Center Expansion, collaborative project with Connie Kiener, Portland, OR 2003
One Percent for Art, Oregon Arts Commission, site-specific, commissioned painting for the Dining Hall, Memorial Union, Oregon State University, (28 ft by 4 ft), Corvallis, OR 1996
“Claremont Suite” a series of lithograph editions commissioned for the Claremont Hotel, Oakland, CA, produced at Mahaffey Fine Arts in Portland, OR 1996
Salem Art Association Festival Poster 1995
Friends of the Gilkey Center, membership editioned etching 1995
“Absolut Oregon,” Carillon Importers, Teaneck, NJ, Advertisement for Absolut Vodka 1992
One Percent for Art, Oregon Arts Commission, Edition of Etchings for State Prison Buildings 1991
Pacific Development Corporation, Portland, OR 1991
Visual Chronicle of Portland Collection, Metropolitan Arts Commission; rendering of Pittock Mansion, Portland, OR 1985
Environmental Services Building, Pendleton, OR, One Percent for Art Project, Oregon Arts Commission; series of site-specific, botanical watercolors 1979
Art in Public Places, Metropolitan Arts Commission, Portland, OR; series of etchings and drawings for portable city-owned collection 1976
Selected Collections  
4 Culture, King County Public Art Program, Seattle, WA  
Absolut Vodka Collection, Seagram Corporation, New York, NY  
University of Arizona Museum of Art, Tuscon, AZ  
Bell Telephone, Seattle, WA  
Carillon Importers Teaneck, NJ  
Claremont Hotel, Oakland, CA  
Eastern State Hospital, WA  
Federal Bureau of Land Management, Medford, OR  
Fred Meyer Savings & Loan, Portland, OR  
Gordon and Vivian Gilkey Print Collection, Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR  
Hallie Ford Museum, Salem, OR  
Harsch Investment Corporation, Portland, OR  
Hilton Hotel, Portland, OR  
Kaiser Permanente, Portland, OR  
Management Compensation Group, Portland, OR  
Mentor Graphics, Portland, OR  
Metropolitan Arts Commission, Chronicle of Portland Collection, Portland, OR  
Ocosta School, Art in Public Places, Westport, WA  
One Percent for Art Collection, State of Washington  
One Percent for Art Collection, City of Portland, OR  
One Percent for Art Collection, State of Oregon  
Memorial Union, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR  
Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, OR  
Oregon State University, Smith Memorial Center, Portland, OR  
Pendleton State Office Bldg., Pendleton OR  
City of Portland/Multnomah County, Portable Works Collection  
Portable Works Collection, City of Seattle, WA  
Providence Hospital Collection, Portland, OR  
Rainier National Bank, Seattle, WA  
Southern Oregon State College, Ashland, OR  
Sprouse Reitz Company, Portland, OR  
Steelcase, Inc., Grand Rapids, MI  
Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, WA  
Willamette University, Salem, OR  
Finalist, Contemporary Northwest Artists Awards 2011, Portland Art Museum, Arlene and Harold Schnitzer Northwest Artists Collection 2011
Juror's Choice Award, “Blossom: The Art of Flowers,” The Susan Kathleen Black Foundation, Houston Museum of Natural Science, Houston, TX (traveling exhibit with catalogue) 2007
Regional Arts & Culture Council, Portland, OR Grant for Printmaking Project, “The Artemesia Suite” 2002
Art About Agriculture, Oregon State University 2001
Oregon Artist Fellowship Award, Oregon Arts Commission 2000
President's Award, Art about Agriculture, Oregon State University 1995
Art Media Award, Northwest Print Council Juried Exhibit, Portland Art Museum 1991
West Coast Works of/on Paper, The Ink People, Third Prize 1988
Patron's Award, The Boston Printmakers 1986
Elmer Edwin Young Purchase Award, Willamette University 1983
Print Purchase Award, Mount Hood Community College 1983
Oregon Annual, State Fair Exhibition 1978, 1980, 1982, 1983
Sunriver Art Competition, Cash Award 1982
Limited Editions Purchase Award, Oregon Arts Foundation 1978
Agnes Prentice Award for Excellence, Portland Art Museum 1973
Related Experience  
Artists' panel, Contemporary Art Presentation, The Arlington Club, Portland, OR 2010
Juror, Oregon State Fair, Salem, OR 2010
Gallery Talk, Arden Gallery, Boston, MA 2010
“Stealing Art,” lecture at The Town Club, Portland, OR 2009
Gallery Talk, The Laura Russo Gallery, Portland, OR 2004, 2006, 2008, 2009
Cabel Center Exhibition Gallery Committee, Portland, OR 1995-2003
Juror, Tualatin Chronicles Collection, 10% for Art Collection, Tualatin, OR 1995
Board of Directors, Alumni & Friends of Pacific Northwest College of Art, Portland, OR 1992-1993
Panel, Current Issues in Printmaking, Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR 1991
Juror, One Percent For Art Selection Committee, Oregon Arts Commission 1991
Juror, Corvallis Art Center, N.W. Regional Show, Corvallis, OR 1991
Northwest Print Council board member 1982-1991
Member, Inkling Etching Studio, Portland, OR 1981-1990
Committee member, Visual Chronicle of Portland, Metropolitan Arts Commission, Portland, OR 1986-1989
Juror, 38th Salem Art Fair, Salem, OR 1987
Juror, Academic All-stars, Multnomah Education Service, Portland, OR 1986
Juror, All Oregon Art Exhibit, Salem State Fair, Salem, OR 1985
Instructor of Drawing, Painting & Printmaking, Pacific Northwest College of Art, Portland, OR 1977-1985
Instructor, Lewis & Clark College, Portland, OR 1984
Instructor, Mt. Hood Community College, Gresham, OR 1976-1980
Juror, Beaverton Arts Commission, Beaverton, OR 1984
Rooney, E. Ashley, with Karla Matzke. 100 Artists of the Northwest (Schiffer, Atglen, PA) 2013
Speer, Richard, “Tom Cramer and Sherrie Wolf,” Willamette Week, Portland, OR, October 2, 2013, p.51
“2013 Fall Arts Preview,” Willamette Week, Portland, OR, September 11, 2013, p. 32-33
Dorfman, John, “Object Lessons,” Art & Antiques, Summer 2013, pp. 22, 42, 45
Ligare, David, "Object Lessons," Art and Antiques, July/August, 2013
Arnheim, Dan, “Oregon’s Art: As Diverse as Its Landscape,” Fine Art Connoisseur, December 2012
Tesner, Linda, essay. Sherrie Wolf: Looking Back (Sherrie Wolf Studio, Portland, OR) exhibition catalog, 2012
Gragg, Randy, “The Arlene Effect,” Portland Monthly, May 2012, pp. 76-79, 122-125
Keefer, Bob, “Getting Personal with Arlene Schnitzer,” The Register-Guard, Eugene, OR, May 10, 2012, pp. D1, D3
Bruner, Betsey, “The Magic of Illusion,” Arizona Daily Sun, April 29, 2012, Arts and Theatre; review
Speer, George V. Sherrie Wolf: Historyonics (Northern Arizona University Art Museum, Flagstaff, AZ) 2012, exhibition catalogue with full color reproductions
“Sherrie Wolf: Vessel,” American Art Collector, October 2011, p. 137, review
Adelstein, Edie, “All the World’s a Stage,” Colorado Springs Independent, December 1, 2011, review
Hicks, Bob, “First Thursday Marks 25 Years of Gallery Walks,” The Oregonian, October 6, 2011, p. E1
“Where to Buy: A Select Exhibition in a Private Gallery,” The Week Magazine, March 25, 2011, p. 30
Trippi, Peter, ed. “Artists Making Their Mark,” Fine Art Connoisseur, Vol. 8 Issue 3, May/June 2011, p. 53
Atiyeh, Meagan. Art of the Time: Oregon’s State Capitol Art Collection (Oregon Arts Commission, Salem, OR) 2011
Hicks, Bob, “Collision of Art and Politics,” The Oregonian, April 18, 2011, page B1-B2
Speer, Richard, “Sherrie Wolf,” Willamette Week, March 2, 2011, p. 50
Speer, Richard, “Contemporary Northwest Art Award Finalists,” Willamette Week, February 2, 2011, p. 42
Row, D.K. “Artist Selections Steer Clear of Fringe,” The Oregonian, Januray 24, 2011, pp. C1, C3
Speer, Richard, “Sherrie Wolf at Laura Russo,” Willamette Week, August 25, 2010, p. 47, illus.
Lake, Eva, “Sherrie Wolf at Laura Russo Gallery,” Visual Art Source Monthly Newsletter, August 20, 2010, online at
Lasarow, Bill, “This Week’s Recommendations,” Visual Art Source Monthly Newsletter, August 20, 2010, online at
Lake, Eva, “Sherrie Wolf Shows ‘Faces’ at the Laura Russo Gallery,” Art Focus on KBOO Radio, August 3, 2010, Interview with the Artist;
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"Artists Making Their Mark," Fine art Connoisseur Magazine, V. 8, No. 3, p. 53, May/June 2011
Adams, Anne, “First Thursday Picks,” Portland Monthly, June 30, 2010
Bloom, Amy, Where the God of Love Hangs Out, Random House, New York, 2010 (cover illustration)
Skinner, Tina, 100 Artists of the West Coast II, Schiffer Publishing Ltd., Atglen, PA, 2009, pp. 202-203
Marieb, Carolyn Donohoe and Nakamura, Motoyo, “Soul Reviver,” The Oregonian, December 3, 2009
Speer, Richard, “Sherrie Wolf: 'Counterpoint',” Art Ltd., November/December 2009, p. 25
“Fall Preview, PNW: Sherrie Wolf - Counterpoint,” Art Ltd., September/October 2009, p. 60
Oregon Humanities Magazine, Spring 2009 (cover illustration)“,”
Koppman, Debra, “Sherrie Wolf,” Artweek, February 2009, Volume 40, Issue 1, p. 6
“Artist Photographs,” Art Access, February 2009, Volume 18, Number 1, p. 4
Row, D.K., “A collector’s obsession with the local,” The Oregonian, August 4, 2008, pp. B1, B4
O’Hern, John, “Road to Discovery,” American Art Collector, April 2008, pp. 66-69
“Cirque,” 2008 Annual Art Evening and Auction, Cascade AIDS Project, p. 30
Row, D.K. “D.K.’s hot sheet: The 73rd Edition of New American Paintings,” The Oregonian,January 18, 2008, A&E, p. 32
Row, D.K., “D.K.’s hot sheet,” The Oregonian, December 7, 2007, A&E, p. 38
Reisenfeld, Robin, “Women’s Work: Contemporary Women Printmakers from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzerand his family foundaion,” exhibition brochure, Hallie Ford Museum of Art and The Art Gym, Oregon, 2007
Row, D.K. “In praise of bolder women,” The Oregonian, October 29, 2007, pp. D1, D3
art ltd. West Coast Art + Design, full color advertisement, November 2007, p. 15
Zevitas, Steven T., ed. New American Paintings, Number 73 (The Open Studios Press, Boston, MA) November 2007, pp. 164-167
Maslin, Janet, “Trekking O’er the World, With Her Luck and An Ax,” New York Times, Book Review, Monday, August, 20, 2007, pp. B1, B5
Bloom, Amy, Away: A Novel, Random House, New York, 2007 (cover illustration)
Row, D.K. “D.K.’s Hot Sheet: Some national news bits,” The Oregonian, April 27, 2007, A &E p. 38
Laing-Malcolmson, Bonnie, “Virtue, Vice and Grandeur,” Sherrie Wolf exhibition catalog, Jenkins Johnson Gallery, New York, NY, 2007
Hushka, Rock, The 8th Northwest Biennial, exhibition catalog, color plates, Tacoma Art Museum, Spring 2007, pp. 98-99
Row, D.K. “Jacobsen redraws her life in art,” The Oregonian, March 1, 2007, pp. E1, E3
Clayton, Alec, “The 8th Northwest Biennial: Tacoma Art Museum, “ ArtAccess, March 2007, Volume 16, No. 2, pp. 10-11
Row, D.K. “Painter George Johanson’s gift to his city,” The Sunday Oregonian, February 4, 2007, p. O1
Kolpas, Norman, “Twists on Tradition,” Southwest Art, November 2006, pp. 90-93
The Laura Russo Gallery: Twenty Years, exhibition catalogue with color plates, 2006, pp. 27, 69
Dixon, Annette, Fourteen Artists / Fourteen Years: Mahaffey Fine Art, Exhibition Brochure and Essay, Portland Art Museum, Vivian and Gordon Gilkey Center for Graphic Arts, 2006
Culverwell, Wendy, “You gotta have art,” Portland Executive Home and Life, Fall 2006, pp. 10, 54-55
Chandler, John, “20 Good Years,” Portland Monthly, October 2006, Volume 4, Issue 10, p. 189
Row, D.K. “D.K.’s Hot Sheet: The Tacoma Art Museum,” The Oregonian, August 18, 2006, A&E, p. 36
Batt, Andy and Justin Meyers, “Best of the City,” Portland Monthly, August 2006, Volume 4, Issue 8, p. 70
Row, D.K. “Sherrie Wolf: Still life, super-sized,” The Oregonian, June 23, 2006, A&E, p. 39
Eighth Annual Realism Invitational: San Francisco and New York, Essay by Peter Frank. Jenkins JohnsonGallery, June –July 2006, Exhibition catalog, p.23
“Two opportunities to see 8th Annual Realism Invitational coast to coast,” American Art Collector, June 2006.
Gallivan, Joseph, “Sherrie Wolf,” Portland Tribune, Friday, June 16, 2006, p.B6
Metcalfe, James A. “Incorporating Old Master Messages in New Still Lifes,” American Artist Magazine,July/ August 2006
“Wolf Works: Portland, OR,” Southwest Art, June 2006, p.74
Gangelhoff, Bonnie, “The New Tableaux,” Southwest Art, December 2005, p. 105
Gallivan, Joseph, "A Summertime Smorgasbord," Portland Tribune, July 5, 2005, pp. B1, B3
"OPB 2005 Calendar," Oregon Public Broadcasting, Portland, OR, January 2005, p. 12
Sixth Annual Realism Invitational, Jenkins Johnson Gallery, San Francisco, CA, 2004, catalog, p. 9
Row, D.K. “D.K.’s Hot Sheet,” The Oregonian, May 28, 2004, p. 25
Kelley, Rob, “The Frame Game,” The Oregonian, August 3, 2003
“Oregon Art Beat,” Oregon Public Broadcasting, Channel 10, first broadcast April 3, 2003
Wolf, Sherrie, “Absolute Art,” Portland Upclose Magazine, Summer 2002
Hicks, Bob, “Fruitful Dreams,” The Oregonian, August 26, 2001, pp. D1-D2
“Visual Arts” Spotlight, Seattle Weekly, January 11, 2001, p. 65
New American Painting, Open Studio Press, Wellesley, MA, Volume #31, 2001, pg.166-169
Allan, Lois, Still Life and the Sublime, exhibition catalog, Margo Jacobsen Gallery,Portland, OR 2001
Lindberg, Ted, “Sherrie Wolf: New Works,” Preview, The Gallery Guide, April/May 2000, p.10
“Sherrie Wolf at Margo Jacobsen Gallery,” Artweek Magazine, July/Aug 1998, p. 32
Allan, Lois, Contemporary Printmaking in the Northwest, Craftsman House, G & B Arts
International, 1998, pp. 190-193, 227
Salem Arts Festival Poster, 1995
Absolut Statehood, published by Carillon Importers, 1994; photo of artist, illustration & article, p. 86
Absolut Oregon,” USA Today, June 17, 1993; Time Magazine (Oregon edition), February 14, 1993
“Absolute Success,” The Oregonian, Portland, OR, June 16, 1993
“Sherrie Wolf Art Appears in U.S.A. Today,” The Downtowner, Portland, OR, June 14, 1993
Weinstein, Joel, “Wolf Still Lifes Favor Flemish Paintings,” The Oregonian, Portland, OR, June 11, 1993
Poster for Governor's Arts Awards, Oregon Arts Commission, “Oregon Portfolio, Plates of Art,” Oregon Magazine, Vol. 17 No. 1, April/May 1991
“Second Biennial Exhibition of Prints,” Museum of Modern Art, Wakayama, Japan, catalogue, 1987
“Portland Life Distilled in Visual Chronicle,” The Oregonian, Arts & Leisure, November 23, 1985
Portland Pro Musica, poster illustration, Press #22, 1985
“Animals,” Inkling etching studio's portfolio of 12 prints in an edition of 60, Press #22, Portland, 1984
Pacific Northwest College of Art, portfolio commemorating 75th anniversary (10 prints, edition of 40), 1984
Book of Days, Mississippi Mud, Portland, OR; illustrations for Press #22, July 1983
Willamette Weekly Review, Portland, OR, July 6-11, 1982
Willamette Weekly, Portland, OR, vol.18, issue 51, 1982; cover design and illustration
Mississippi Mud Magazine, Portland, OR; illustrations, Edition Nos. 24, 25, and 27, 1982
Artquake, Metropolitan Arts Commission, Portland, OR; exhibition catalogue, 1980
Limited Editions Poster, Oregon Arts Foundation, 1980
Portland Anthology, Poetry/Prose/Drawing, illustrations published annually by Portland State University, Portland, OR, 1976-78