Minimalism Reconsidered: writing by Liz A. Brown, November 2013
Art Ltd.: Critic’s Picks: Seattle by Suzanne Biel, Nov/Dec, 2013
Hedreen Gallery/Lee Center for the Arts, 2011 (LINKED CONTENT MISSING)
Gallery 4Culture: “100 Years; for better or worse”, text by Anna Callahan, June 2009
Seattle Post Intelligencer: “Liedgren’s moons rise above looney cultural biases” by Regina Hackett, April 18, 2003
Skagit Valley Herald: Anacortes – the artist who created the more-than-two-story tall portrait of the city’s namesake, Annie Curtis by Marta Murvosh April 19, 2009.
Anacortes American: Arts Commission recommends mural design by Swedish artist, by Elaine Walker, October 18, 2006.
Seattle Times: Visual Arts Exhibit Guide, by Sheila Farr, April 25, 2003.
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New American Painting: Juried Exhibition-in-Print, Number 43 (curated by Jessica Parker), January 2003.
LAVA 2002 – Exhibition catalogue. Text by Rhonda Howard, essay by Anna Fahey.
The Stranger: Pacific Northwest Annual at Center of Contemporary Art (CoCA), Seattle. Review by J.S Miller, June 27, 2002.
Seattle Times: CoCA reframes itself with new location, director and annual show by Sheila Farr, June 14, 2002.
The Stranger: Visual Art by Emily Hall, (vol. 11, no. 41, page 54, February 14, 2002.)
Tacoma News Tribune: You can sing different tune… by Jen Graves. Feb 10, 2002
Pacific Northwest Annual: Curated and written by Sue Spaid, October 13, 2001.
Seattle Post Intelligencer: Diversity Rules in ‘First Person Singular at SAM’, Art Review by Regina Hackett, page 18, November 30, 2001.
SAM/Contemporary Art Council News Summer – In the Galleries by Tara Reddy, June 2001
Seattle Weekly: Take An Art Detour Tour, Calendar of Event Section, October 5, 2000.