Publications: Books and Periodicals

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Publications Including Sculpture by David Groth

Expressions in Wood

 •  Burgard, Timothy Anglin. The Art of Craft: Contemporary Works from the Saxe Collection. San Francisco and Bulfinch Press,  Little, Brown, 1999.  


 Edward S. Cooke, Jr., Matthew Kangas, and John Perreault. Expressions in Wood: Masterworks from the Wornick Collection. Oakland California: 

The Oakland Museum of California and University of Washington Press, 1996 

Wood sculpture titled "Flight"

 Fike, Bonita. The Fine Art of Wood: The Bohlen Collection. Detroit, Michigan: Detroit Institute of Arts and Abbeville Press, 2000 


Excerpt from " The Fine Art of Wood: The Bohlen Collection" by BONITA FIKE

David Groth catalog for travelling exhibit

 •  Douglas Heller and Matthew Kangas. David Groth. Prague, Czech Republic: Typo + Graphic Design Studio, 2001 (catalog for sculpture exhibition by David Groth that travelled to The Morris Graves Museum, SOFA Chicago, and Heller Gallery

 •  Kelsey, John, et al. Fine Woodworking Design, Book Three. Newtown, Connecticut: Fine Woodworking and Taunton Press, 1983

 Ray Leier, Jan Peters, and Kevin Wallace. Contemporary Turned Wood: New Perspectives in a Rich Tradition. Madison, Wisconsin: Hand Books Press, 1999

•  Ray Leier, Jan Peters, and Kevin Wallace. 500 Wood Bowls: Bold & Original Designs Blending Tradition & Innovation. New York,  NY: Lark Books, a division of Sterling Publishing Co, Inc., 2004

•  Mark Lyman and Anne Meszko. SOFA CHICAGO 2001. Chicago, IL: Expressions of Culture, Inc., 2001

•  McFadden, David R. Defining Craft I: Collecting for the New Millennium. New York: Museum of Arts and Design, 2000

•  Meilach, Dona Z. Wood Art Today: Furniture, Vessels, Sculpture. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Publishing Ltd., 2003

•  Perri Peltz Ruttenberg and Eric Ruttenberg. In Concert For One People: Sacred Vessels. NY, NY: The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership, 2003

•  Snyder, Jeffrey B., Wood Art Today 2. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Publishing Ltd., 2010

•  Strauss, Cindi, Is Ornament a Crime?: Re-thinking the Role of Decoration in Contemporary Wood, Collectors of Wood Art (Exhibition and Catalogue Sponsor), SOFA Chicago, 2010

Catalog cover of "Celebrating Nature"

•  Wallace, Kevin V., Celebrating Nature. Los Angeles, CA: Craft & Folk Art Museum, 2004 

  

 

 

 

 

David Groth sculpture from the Conceptual Art of Craft

 •  Ward, Gerald W. R. & Julie M. Muniz. Shy Boy, She Devil, and Isis, The Art of Conceptual Craft; Selections from the Wornick Collection. MFA Publications, 2007 

 

 

 

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•  Elliot, Iona. “Abstract Expression.” Woodcarving, July/August, No.73, 2003 

 

 

 

 









•  Martin, Terry. ”One Step Back, Two Steps Forward,”  Craft Arts International, No.61, 2004    

•  Matthews, Lydia. From The Center.  Eureka, California: Humboldt Arts Council, 1989.

•  Mayer, Barbara.  “Dream House for a Dream Collection,”  Art and Antiques, April, 2000

•  McDonnell, Belle.  “Graves Unites Northcoast Artists”  Northcoast Views, August, 1989.

•  Mississippi, Connie. “Collectors-Roles and Responsibilities,”  Turning Points, Vol. 8, No. 2  

(Spring, 1995).    

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 •  Mississippi, Connie. “Connie Mississippi Interviews David Groth,” Collectors of Wood Art, Vol. 7, No. 2, July, 2005  

 

 

  

  

 

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 SOFA CHICAGO ad 2001, American Craft, Aug/Sept 2001, DAVID GROTH Sculpture

 

 

  

  

 

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 • Wallace, Kevin.“David Groth, Sculptor,” Craft Arts International, No. 65, 2005 

 

 

  

  













 Wornick, Ronald. “Expressions in Wood,”  Southwest Art, December, 1997