Slowinski, Tim (2009). Direct Art, Volume 16, p 34. (photo)
Harrison, Thomas B. “Space 301 will open Art in Academia on Sept. 11,” Press-Register Entertainment, Mobile, AL, September 5, 2009.
"Issues Exhibit," Artistically Speaking, Caldwell Arts Council, Summer 2009.
Bersson, Robert (2003). “Responding to Art: Form Content, and Context,” McGraw Hill Higher Education, pp. 262-263. (Color reproduction of my artwork and commentary in this art appreciation text.)
“Boone artist’s work to appear in Appalachian Corridors at the Avampato Museum,” Watauga Democrat, September 26, 2003, p. 2C
Boyd, Virginia (2002).Contemporary Studio Case Furniture: The Inside Story Madison, WI: The Elvehjem Museum of Art. p.28. (Picture of my work in exhibition catalog.)
Ruggiero, Frank, “Artist turns home into a showcase for her work,” Home and Garden section, Watauga Democrat, April 27, 2001, p. 12. (six photos)
Museum Matters: Mississippi Museum of Art. November/December 2000. (cover photo)
Weitz, Gayle Marie (with Marianne Stevens Suggs). "Field Guide for Art Educators," in Real Work Readings in Art Education: things Your Professors Never Told You, D.E. Fehr, KK Fehr, and K. Keifer-Boyd, eds. Falmer Press, 2000.
Lucas, Sherry, “From duty to beauty, furniture’s role twists,” The Clarion-Ledger, November 2, 2000, pp. 1E – 2E.
Blaustein, Elizabeth. "Time and Place," Journal Times, August 5, 2000, pp. 1B and 4B.
“Who Knows Where or When: Artists Interpret Time and Place,” (exhibition catalog) Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine Arts, June – August 2000.
Auer, James. "Time, place and space collide in Wustum summer exhibit," Milwauke Journal Sentinel, July, 5, 2000 p. 3E.
"Up Front: Craft Scene: Celebrating Creativity," Crafts Report, January 2000, p. 13 (photo).
Johnson, Mark M. "Celebrating the Creative Spirit: Contemporary Southeastern Furniture, Arts and Activities, November 1999, pp. 38-40. (photo)
Hart, Dave. "Humanimals: Exhibit at Green Tara Gallery tells the inside story behind cliché." The Chapel Hill News, pp. B3-B5. August1999, (photos)
Harrison, Thomas B. "Out on a Limb: Regional artists expand their ideas of form and function in furniture showcase," Mobile Register, front page of Arts & Leisure section, October 18, 1998, pp. 4A and 4G. (photo)
Celebrating the Creative Sprit: Contemporary Southeastern Furniture, color catalog from the traveling exhibition "Celebrating the Creative Sprit." Organized and toured by the Mobile Museum of Art, Mobile AL; pp. 13, 58, 59 1998. (color photos)
Works in Wood: International Exhibit of Fine and Applied Wood Art, catalog from the exhibition "Works in Wood;" with support from the Indiana Arts Commission and the National Endowment for the Arts, Chesterton Art Gallery, Chesterton, Indiana. 1998 (photo)
Credle, Melanie. "Medium with a Message," The Herald-Sun, Sunday, August 16, 1998; pp. G4-G5. (seven color photos)
Dress Up, catalog from the exhibition, Artists Address Clothing and self Adornment, Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine Arts, Racine, WI, August 1998; p. 29.
Weitz, Gayle Marie (with Marianne Stevens Suggs.) “Got Change for a Paradigm?” NAEA NEWS. December 1997.
"Food, Glorious Food: Artists and Eating. Exhibition catalog. Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine Arts, Racine, WI, June 1997; p. 31. Kneiszel, Jim. "Tasteful Art," The Journal Times, July 10, 1997, pp. 1B and 5B.
Auer, James. "A Feast for the Eyes," in the Weekend Cue section, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Section E, 1997 pp. 14-15.
Combined Talents: The Florida National 1997. Exhibition catalog. Museum of Fine Arts, Florida State University, August, 1997, p. 28 (photo).
Hinson, Mark. "Art's up all over town, " Tallahassee Democrat, Friday, September 5, 1997, pp. 7 and 35 (cover story with color photo).
Weitz, Gayle Marie (with Marianne Stevens Suggs)."Radical approaches to disassembling the Barriers to Postmodernism: Where do we go from here?" Southeastern College Art Conference Review, Volume IX, Number 1,1997.
"The Furniture Show," Home and Garden cable channel. Aired March 31, 1997 at 3 PM.
Furniture of the 90's, catalog from the Third National Competition and Exhibition of Furniture Artists, Society of Furniture Artists, 1996 p. 21 (photo).
Weitz, Gayle Marie (with Marianne Stevens Suggs and Marilyn Smith) "Efforts to Diversify the Art Department Curriculum," Teaching and Learning at Appalachian. Boone, NC: The Hubbard Center of Appalachian State University, 1996.
Auer, James. " Domestic visions, troubling and otherwise," The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Friday, June 16, 1995, cover story of the arts section.
McGowan, Elizabeth. "On the House," On the Town. June 1995, pp. 1c and 2c. Greenberg, Blue. "Weitz sculpture is exhibit show-stopper," Preview, Friday, May 5, 1995.
Weitz, Gayle Marie. "A Critical Approach to Talking about Art in the Classroom, Doctoral dissertation, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, 1994.
"Social Studies,” series and a personal biography in Laura Chapman's Adventures in Art, Grades 3-4 Overhead Transparencies, Davis Publications, 1994.
Review of solo exhibition in The Charlotte Observer, March, 1994. Brown, Linda. "Art," Creative Loafing, March 12, 1994, p. 19.
"Social Studies," Watauga Democrat, October 13, 1993, front page.
Morris, Peter. "Gayle Marie Weitz and Friends Move to the High Country," The Mountain Times, August 20, 1992, pp. 1B and 7B.
School Arts, "Showcase: The Electronic Gallery," April 1992, pp. 46-47.
"Witty Artists Rethink the Nature of Things." The Milwaukee Journal, September 26, 1991, pp. F1- F8.
Women and the Arts." Prime Time Wisconsin. Aired on March 20, 1991 at 7 PM.
Wisconsin Women in the Arts. Bright Visions: The Making of Myth, 1991, p. 15.
Back cover. Fine Woodworking Magazine, Vol. 83, August 1990.
Weitz, Gayle Marie. "An Alternative Approach to Art Criticism," from Working Papers in Art Education, University of Iowa, 1990.
Auer, James. "Their Own Definition: State Sculptors Don't Adhere to Prescribed Style," The Milwaukee Journal, Sunday, August 13, 1989, p. 8E.
Rogers, Katherine. "Slice of State Culture in Sculptors' Show," Wisconsin State Journal, August 1, 1989, pp. 1C-3C.
Grant, Chris. "Metroscene," Milwaukee Magazine, July 1989, p. 68.
Traecy, Janet. The Third Dimension: Sculptural Presence in Wisconsin Art, Milwaukee Art Museum, 1989, pp. 26-29.
The Best Design Works Produced by Students Graduating from Colleges throughout Korea and Overseas, No. 5, Spring 1989, p. 185.
Weitz, Gayle Marie. Cover design. Journal of Visual Literacy, Vol. 8, No. 2, The International Visual Literacy Association, Inc., 1988.
Weitz, Gayle Marie. "DBAE: A Quest for Legitimacy," Masters Thesis, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, 1987.
Weitz, Gayle Marie. Art Education Curriculum: Kindergarten through Twelfth Grade, Oconomowoc Area School District, Oconomowoc, WI, 1986.