Selected Bibliography

Abbe, Mary. “Heart of glass.” Star Tribune, July 29, 2001: F14

Alexander, Chris. “Howard Ben Tré.” Art Express 2 (1982): 71

“American Artist Howard Ben Tré To Lead Major British Project and Touring Exhibition.” Antiques and the Arts Weekly, February 11, 2000.

American Craft Museum, New York. Craft Today: Poetry of the Physical. Essays by Edward Lucie-Smith and Paul J. Smith. New York: 1986.

“Americans in Glass.” Kunst + Handwerk 5 (1984): 284-85

Arizona State University, University Art Museum, Tempe. 3 + 3 x 7: Sculpture in Glass and Works on Paper. Essay by Lucinda H. Gedeon. Tempe: 1987.

Arsenale Editrice Venice. Venezia Aperto Vetro International New Glass. Essay by Dan Klein. Venice: 1996.

Art in Embassies Program, US Embassy, Prague. Contemporary American Glass Sculpture. Washington DC: 1983.

Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth. Design Visions. Edited by Robert Bell. Perth: 1992.

Art Gallery of Western Australia and Australian Consolidated Industries Ltd., Perth, Australia. International Directions in Glass Art. Perth: 1982.

“Artery Plaza: The Artery Organization.” International Sculpture, January/February 1987: 30-33.

Arts Festival of Atlanta, Piedmont Park. Thirty-Third Arts Festival of Atlanta. Essay by Ronald J. Onorato. Atlanta: 1986.

Baker, Kenneth. “Howard Ben Tré.” Arts Magazine 57 (September 1982): 8.

Bates, Lincoln. “Architecture for Art’s Sake.” Southern Homes 5 (November/December 1987): 78-79.

Ben Tré, Howard. “Symposium International du Verre en France.” Glass Art Society Journal, 1982-83: 54.

Bergeron, Chris. “Church of Christ, Scientist opens library dedicated to legacy of Mary Baker Eddy after extensive renovation.” The MetroWest Daily News, Sunday, September 1, 2002: C1-2.

Bonetti, David. “Bay City Best: Art.” San Francisco Examiner Magazine, Sunday, August 13, 2000: 4.

Bowling Green State University, Ohio. Emergence. Essay by William Warmus. Bowling Green: 1981.

Brandeis University, Rose Art Museum, Waltham, Massachusetts. Sculptural Objects and Installations. Waltham: 1986.

Brenson, Michael. “A Fall Art Scene That’s Bristling with Energy.” The New York Times, November 7, 1986: C26.

Brewster, Todd. “Avant-Glass: New Techniques Alter an Ancient Art.” Life Magazine 5 (February 1982): 78-82.

Brown University, David Winton Bell Gallery, Providence, Rhode Island. Howard Ben Tré: New Work. Interview by Diana Johnson and essay by Donald Kuspit. Providence: 1993.

The Bruner Foundation. Sustaining Urban Excellence: Learning From the Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence, 1987-1993. Cambridge, MA: The Bruner Foundation, 1998.

Brussat, David. “Beauty Sculpted from Utility.” The Providence Journal, July 16, 1998: B7.

Bullard, CeCe. “Alterations of Light and Form.” Richmond Times Dispatch, January 27, 1996: B7.

Caldwell, Gail. “Tré Bien.” The Boston Phoenix, May 3, 1983:B1.

California State University, Fullerton, Visual Arts Center. Cast Glass Sculpture. Essay by Donald B. Kuspit. Fullerton: 1986.

California State University, Fullerton, Main Art Gallery. Hot for Glass: Contemporary Glass From Los Angeles Collections. Essay by Peter Frank. Fullerton: 2003.

Calo, Carole Gold. “Public Art/Private Art: Dichotomy or Intersection?” Public Art Review, Fall/Winter 2003: 05-10.

Campbell, Robert. “A library of congress: Church meets community.” The Boston Globe, Arts & Entertainment, September 29, 2002.

________. “Post Office Square: The Perfect Park.” The Boston Globe, July 24,1992: 41.

Carasso, Roberta. “Reviews: Newport Beach, Howard Ben Tré.” Sculpture, September 2001: 64.

Carlock, Marty. A Guide to Public Art in Greater Boston. Boston: The Harvard Common Press, 1993.

Castellucci, John. “Thousands Take a Peak at What Hospital Has to Offer.” The Providence Journal, January 23, 1994: B-1.

Cenni, René. “L’Age du Silicum.” Nice Matin, April 26, 1994: 1.

Centro de Arte Vitro, Monterrey, Mexico, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Monterrey and Museo Rufino Tamay, Mexico City. Cristalomancia, arte contemporaneo en vidrio/contemporary art in glass. Text by Miguel Angel Fernández and Susana Patiño González. Monterrey: 1992.

Chaloupková, Hana. “král sklenenych promenád.” dolce vita, Winter 2002: 92-94.

Chambers, Karen S. “The Difficulty of Simplicity.” New Work 23/24 (Summer/Fall 1985): 26-27.

________. “Howard Ben Tré.” New Work 23/24 (Summer/Fall 1985): 40.

________. “Howard Ben Tré, An Artist in Time.” New Work 15/16 (Summer/Fall 1983): 4-9.

________. “When Glass Is Not a Glass… Vitreous Sculpture.” American Style, Spring 1997: 30-39.

Chang, Richard. “He Can See Clearly Now.” The Orange County Register, Show Thursday, February 1, 2001: 4.

Chang, Young. “An abstract bridge: Howard Ben Tré uses his sculpture to connect with humanity” Daily Pilot Datebook, February 9, 2001: 2.

Charles Cowles Gallery, New York. Howard Ben Tré. Essay by John Perreault. New York: 1985.

Charles Cowles Gallery, New York. Howard Ben Tré. Essay by Linda L. Johnson. New York: 1988.

Charles Cowles Gallery, New York. Howard Ben Tré: Vessels of Light. Essay by Judd Tully. New York: 1991.

Chessler, Suzanne. “Transcendent Moments.” Detroit Jewish News, March 22, 2002: 80-81.

Cincinnati Art Museum, Ohio. Outside the Ordinary: Contemporary Art in Glass, Wood, and Ceramics from the Wolf Collection. Edited by Amy Miller Dehan. Essay by Matthew Kangas. Ohio: 2009.

Clark, Seneca. “Forum for Free Thought.” Where, Boston, October 2002.

The Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio. Glass Today. Essay by Henry H. Hawley. Cleveland: 1997.

Colby, Joy Hokanson. “Master Glass Sculptor Ben Tré.” The Detroit News, June 26, 1992: 11D.

The Columbus College of Art and Design, Ohio. The Fine Art of Contemporary American Glass. Text by Paul V. Gardner and C. Edward Wall. Columbus: 1983.

“Contemporary American Crafts.” Philadelphia Museum of Art Bulletin 87 (Fall 1991): 42-46.

Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio. Transparent Motives: Glass on a Large Scale. Text by Karen S. Chambers. Cincinnati: 1986.

The Corning Museum of Glass, New York. New Glass, A Worldwide Survey. Corning: 1979.

The Corning Museum of Glass, New York. New Glass Review 1 (1980):4; 2 (1981):2; 3 (1982):7; 4 (1983):7; 7 (1986):133; 28 (2007): 106; 31 (2010):98.

The Corning Museum of Glass, New York. Contemporary Glass Sculptures and Panels: Selections from the Corning Museum of Glass. Text by Tina Oldknow. New York: 2009.

Cox, Christopher. “World of Changes.” Boston Herald, September 24, 2002.

Cutajar, Mario. “A Glass Act.” Washington Journey Magazine, November/December 2002: 34-35.

Daniel, Missy. “Exploring an Affinity with Glass.” The Boston Globe, December 29, 1989: 43, 45.

Danto, Arthur C. “Embodied Soul.” House & Garden 167 (July 1998): 52, 54.

Danto, Arthur C., Mary Jane Jacob and Patterson Sims. Howard Ben Tré. Manchester: Hudson Hills Press, 1999.

D’Arnoux, Alexandra. “A Passion for Art.” Maison & Jardin 397 (1993): 58.

Davis, Paul. “Designs on the Economic Landscape.” The Providence Journal, July 31, 1994: A-1.

DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Lincoln, Massachusetts and Brown University, David Winton Bell Gallery, Providence, Rhode Island, et al. New England Now: Contemporary Art From Six States. Lincoln: 1987.

Degener, Patricia. “Glass Sculptures: Industrial, Elegant.” Saint Louis Post-Dispatch, June 24, 1990: 4C.

Design Excellence Program, U.S. General Services Administration, Washington, D.C. Lloyd D. George United States Courthouse, Las Vegas, Nevada. October, 2000.

The Detroit Institute of Arts, A Passion for Glass: The Aviva and Jack A. Robinson Studio Glass Collection. Text by Bonita Fike, Detroit: 1998.

Donohue, Marlena. “The Galleries, Santa Monica.” Los Angeles Times, April 14, 1989: VI, 18.

Ella Sharp Museum, Jackson, Michigan; Habatat Galleries, Farmington Hills, Michigan. Glass: State of the Art. Text by Ferdinand Hampson and Marsha Miro. Jackson: 1985.

Ernould-Gandouet, Marielle. “Howard Ben Tré.” L’Oeil, May 1994: 14.

Espace Duchamp-Villon, Centre Saint-Sever, Rouen, France, Exposition Internationale de Verre Contemporain. Essay by Catherine Vaudour. Rouen: 1991.

Jay Farbstein and Richard Wener. Rebuilding Communities: Recreating Urban Excellence. Cambridge, MA: The Bruner Foundation, 1993.

Fischer, Ellen. “Museum exhibits glass sculptures, photography.” Vero Beach 32963, February 5, 2015:34.

Foley, Suzanne. “The Measure of Success.” American Craft 44 (October/November 1984): 10-15.

Frank, Mary Jo. “Ben Tré Magic: A Message of Hope.” Dividend, Spring 2004: 3.

Frantz, Suzanne. Contemporary Glass. A World Survey from the Corning Museum of Glass. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1989

French, Meghann, and Eleanor Heartney. Private Visions, Utopian Ideals: The Art of Howard Ben Tré. Buffalo: University of Buffalo, 2005.

Galerie Internationale du Verre, Biot, France, Verriales 2009: Positive/Negative Space. Commentary by Serge Lechaczynski. Biot, France, 2009.

Alexander Garvin and Gayle Berens. Urban Parks and Open Space. Washington, D.C.: U.L.C.-the Urban Land Institute, 1997.

Gibson, Eric. “Powerful Glass Sculpture Populates the Phillips.” The Washington Times, December 19, 1989: E3.

Gimelson, Deborah. “Los Angeles Redux.” Art and Auction, March 1988: 54.

“Glass Master.” Bostonia, May/June 1990: 67.

Glueck, Grace. “Craft’s Increasing Domain.” The New York Times, October 23, 1986: C10.

_________. “Howard Ben Tré.” The New York Times, April 12, 1985: C20.

_________. “In Glass, Darkly and Kissed by Light.” The New York Times, August 29, 1997: 1, 25.

Goodale, Gloria, “Artist forms meaning in poured glass.” The Christian Science Monitor, February 18, 2000: 20.

Gordon, Deborah. “Famed glass sculptor’s exhibit kicks off in Palm Springs today.” The Desert Sun, December 11, 1999: 4.

Gouveia, Georgette. “Modern art, classical muse.” The Journal News, March 1, 1999: E1-2.

_________. “ A trio of new exhibits at the Neuberger.” The Journal News, November 6, 2001: 1E.

Grant, Daniel, “Study of Contrasts in Ben Tré’s Textures, Forms.” The Boston Herald, November 23, 1990.

Graves, Jen. “Glass acts.” The News Tribune, Sunday, June 30, 2002: A1.

Habatat Galleries, Detroit, Michigan. Howard Ben Tré: Basins. Essay by Dan Klein. Detroit: 1992.

Habatat Galleries, Royal Oak, Michigan. Inspirations: 39th Annual International Glass Invitational. Text by Ferdinand Hampson and Corey Hampson. Royal Oak: 2011.

Habatat Galleries, Farmington Hills, Michigan. Howard Ben Tré. Essay by Ronald J. Onorato. Lathrup Village: 1983.

Habatat Galleries, Royal Oak, Michigan. Inspirations: 38th Annual International Glass Invitational. Text by Ferdinand Hampson and Corey Hampson. Royal Oak: 2010.

Habatat Galleries, Royal Oak, Michigan. Award of Excellence 2010. Royal Oak: 2010.

Hadler/Rodriguez Galleries, Houston. Howard Ben Tré. Essay by Ronald J. Onorato. Houston: 1981.

Hadler/Rodriguez Galleries, Houston. Howard Ben Tré. Essay by Ronald J. Onorato. Houston: 1983.

Henry, Gerrit. “Howard Ben Tré at Charles Cowles.” Art News, March 1997: 110-111.

Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art, Sapporo, Japan. 100 Selected Works from the Collection of Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art. Sapporo: 2011.

Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art, Sapporo, Japan. 100 Selected Works from the Collection of Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art. Sapporo: 1997.

Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art, Sapporo, Japan. World Glass Now ’91. Sapporo: 1991: 162-67, 260.

Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art and Asahi Shimbun, Sapporo, Japan. World Glass Now ’85. Sapporo: 1985.

Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art and Asahi Shimbun, Sapporo, Japan. World Glass Now ’82. Sapporo: 1982.

Hollister, Paul. “Howard Ben Tré’s Cast Glass: Memories of the Mechanical Age.” Neues Glas 3 (1982): 127-33.

__________. “Howard Ben Tré’s Sculptures in Glass.” The New York Times, April 1, 1982: C18.

“Howard Ben Tré: A spiritual journey.” American Art Collector, November 2014:178-179.

“Howard Ben Tré: New Sculpture.” Vero Beach Museum of Art Quarterly, Winter 2015:4.

The Hudson River Museum of Westchester, Yonkers, New York. Columnar. Essay by Janice C. Oresman. Yonkers: 1988.

Hunter-Stiebel, Penelope. “Contemporary Art Glass: An Old Medium Gets a New Look.” ARTnews 80 (Summer 1981): 130-35.

Huntington Museum of Art, West Virginia. New American Glass: Focus West Virginia. Huntington: 1981.

Huntington, Richard. “Touch of Glass.” The Buffalo News, August 9, 2005:C1

Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indiana. Masters of Contemporary Glass: Selections from the Glick Collection. Essay by Martha Drexler Lynn with Barry Shifman. Indianapolis: 1997.

International Contemporary Art Festival, Tokyo. The 5th International Contemporary Art Festival, ’97 Tokyo. Tokyo: 1.

Jepson, Barbara. “Community Through Glass.” The Wall Street Journal, October 18, 2001: A24.

_________. “This Sculptor’s World is Made of Glass.” The Wall Street Journal, November 9, 1983: 28.

Jesse Besser Museum and Habatat Galleries, Alpena, Michigan. Glass Sculpture: 4 Artists – 4 Views. Alpena: 1982.

Kangas, Matthew. “Engendering Ben Tré.” Glass 40 (Spring/Summer 1990): 20-27.

Keitel, Glenn. Scene from the Sidewalk: A Guide to Public Art in the Twin Cities. Adventure Publications, Inc., Cambridge, MN: 2010

Klein, Dan. Glass: A Contemporary Art. New York: Rizzoli, 1989.

_________. Artists in Glass. London: Octopus Publishing Group. Ltd., 2001.

Koplos, Janet. “Howard Ben Tré at Charles Cowles.” Art in America 79 (December 1991): 112-113.

Kuspit, Donald. “Howard Ben Tré at Charles Cowles.” ArtForum 35, 7 (March 1997): 91.

La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, California. Faux Arts: Surface Illusions and Simulated Materials in Recent Art. Text by Ronald J. Onorato. La Jolla: 1987.

Laumeier Sculpture Park, St. Louis. Laumeier Sculpture Park Second Decade 1987-1996. Essays by Beej Nierengarten-Smith and George McCue. St. Louis: 1998.

The Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Wausau, Wisconsin. Americans in Glass. Wausau, Wisconsin: 1978.

The Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Wausau, Wisconsin. Americans in Glass. Text by David J. Wagner and David R. Huchthausen. Wausau, Wisconsin: 1984.

Leimbach, Dulcie. “Currents.” The New York Times, October 27, 1994: C-3.

Letran, Vivian. “His Sculpture Is a Glass Act.” Los Angeles Times, Orange County Calendar, February 12, 2001: B6.

“The Lightness of Being.” Newport This Week, October 16, 2014: 25.

Litvak Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel. Glass: Trends in Contemporary Glass Sculpture. Tel Aviv: 2009.

Longo, Gianni. A Guide to Great American Public Places. New York: Urban Initiatives, Inc., 1996.

“A Look at the Future of Glass as Art.” Glass Art Society Journal, 1982-83: 57-61.

Lorton, Steven R. “Tacoma Takes Off.” Sunset, Pacific Northwest Edition, November 2002: 26-32.

Lösken, Manfred. “Feuerzauber.” Kunst + Handwerk 23 (November 1980).

Love, Nancy. “A Touch of Glass.” Art and Auction 8 (1985): 42.

Lucie-Smith, Edward. Sculpture Since 1945. London: Phaidon Press, and New York: Universe Books, 1987.

Lynn, Martha Drexler. American Studio Glass: 1960-1990. New York: Hudson Hills Press, 2003.

Lynn, Martha Drexler. Sculpture, Glass, and American Museums. University of Pennsylvania Press: 2005

Maschal, Richard. “North Tryon Street: It’s Alive.” The Charlotte Observer: Carolina Living, Sunday, November 30, 2003: 1G, 6-7G.

Mannisto, Glen. “Hidden fortresses.” Metrotimes, March 20-26, 2002: 34.

“The Mary Baker Eddy Library Opening to the Public.” Post-Gazette, August 30, 2002.

Masello, David. “100 Top Treasures.” Art & Antiques, November 2006:71

Mason, Marilynne S. “Glass, Once a Craft, Rates as an Art Form.” The Christian Science Monitor, April 20, 1993: 12.

Meitner, Richard. “The Glass Bead Game.” Neues Glas 2 (1982): 68-76.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Studio Glass in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Essay by Jane Adlin. New York: 1996.

Michelson, Maureen. “Profile: Howard Ben Tré.” Glass Studio 10 (January 1980): 56-59.

Miller, Alexis Magner. “Howard Ben Tré Columns of Frozen Light.” The Providence Sunday Journal Magazine, March 22, 1987: 18-19.

Milwaukee Art Museum, Wisconsin. Tiffany to Ben Tré: A Century of Glass. Text by Joan Barnett and Audrey Mann. Milwaukee: 1993.

Miro, Marsha. “Glass Master Envisions Prehistoric Tools with a Contemporary Cast.” Detroit Free Press, July 19, 1992: 5Q.

Monod, Véronique. “Le Verre.” L’Atelier 25 (February 1978): 15-18.

Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Canada. Studio Glass: Anna and Joe Mendel Collection. Essays by Nathalie Bondil, Chaim Steinmetz, Tina Oldknow, and Diane Charbonneau. Montreal: 2010.

Morgenroth, Lynda. “Post Office Square Fountain Is Abstract Study.” The Boston Sunday Globe, August 22, 1993: City 7.

The Morris Museum, Morristown, New Jersey. Glass from Ancient Craft to Contemporary Art: 1962-1992 and Beyond. Essay by Karen S. Chambers. Morristown: 1992.

Muchnic, Suzanne. “Glass Society Shows Its Mettle.” Los Angeles Times, April 17, 1986.

Musée d’Art Moderne et d’Art Contemporain, Nice, France. Sculptures de Verre. Text by P. Chaigneau and D. Johnson. Nice: 1994.

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Glass Today by American Studio Artists. Essays by Jonathan Fairbanks and Pat Warner. Boston: 1997.

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Pioneers of Contemporary Glass: Highlights from the Barbara and Dennis DuBois Collection. Essays by Cindy Strauss, Rebecca Elliot, and Susie J. Silbert. Houston: 2009.

Narrett, Eugene. “Howard Ben Tré, Sculpture.” Art New England, June 1983:7.

The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto and The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo. Contemporary Glass – Australia, Canada, U.S.A. & Japan. Kyoto and Tokyo: 1981.

Netzer, Sylvia. “Howard Ben Tré.” Glass 45 (Fall 1991): 48.

Newcomb, Janet. “Style and Substance.” Profile Magazine, December 21, 1999: 9.

Nichols, Ann. “A ‘Glass Act’.” Chattanooga Free Press, Sunday, March 15, 1998: L6.

Nickisher, Heidi. “Howard Ben Tré.” Artweek 23 (February 6, 1992): 17-18.

_____________. “Glass Activism.” Rochester City News (July 6, 2005): online.

Nicola, Günter. “American and European Glass from the Saxe Collection Exhibition.” Neues Glas 3 (1987): 214-215.

Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, Florida. Fire and Form: the Art of Contemporary Glass. Text by William Warmus. West Palm Beach, Florida: 2003.

The Oakland Museum, California. Contemporary American and European Glass from the Saxe Collection. Text by Kenneth R. Trapp and William Warmus. Oakland: 1986.

O’Brien, Barbara. “Museum Without Walls: The New Center for Arts and Culture Presents ‘Words on Fire’”. Art New England, August/September 2003: 22-24.

Ono, Seiko, ed. All About Glass. Tokyo: The Shinshusha Co., Ltd., 1992.

Onorato, Ronald J. “Howard Ben Tré.” Art New England, November 1990: 18-19, 32.

_________. Howard Ben Tré.” Arts Magazine 54 (June 1980): 5.

Palumbo, Mary Jo. “Exhibits celebrate the power of words.” The Boston Herald, The Edge, October 11, 2003.

Pantalone, John. “Master Glass.” Newport This Week, April 25, 1996: 10.

Pastier, John. “The Smell of Success.” Metropolis, April 2003: 91.

Pautler, Thomas, ed. RISD at Work. Providence, Rhode Island: Rhode Island School of Design, 1985.

Perrault, John. “Glass Struggle.” The Soho News, December 30, 1980: 22.

_________. “Howard Ben Tré: A Conversation” GLASS: The UrbanGlass Art Quarterly 75 (Summer 1999): 22-26.

_________. Contemporary Art from UrbanGlass. New York: Schiffer Publishing Ltd., 2000.

The Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa. The Eloquent Object. Essay by Marcia and Tom Manhart. Tulsa: 1987.

The Phillips Collection, Washington. Howard Ben Tré. Essay by Linda L. Johnson. Washington: 1989.

Pincus, Robert L. “Glassworks.” The San Diego Union-Tribune, January 29, 1998: 36.

_________. “ ‘Interior/Exterior’ an inside-out look at Ben Tré.” The San Diego Union-Tribune, January 30, 2000:E4.

Purchase College/State University of New York, Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, New York. Contemporary Classicism. Text by Judy Collischan. Purchase: 1999.

Raimondi, Julie A. “Body & Soul.” Contract Design 7 (July 1998): 9, 40, cover.

“Recent Acquisitions, A Selection: 1995-96.” The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Fall 1996: 70.

“Recent Acquisitions.” Rhode Island School of Design Museum Notes 73 (October 1988): 27.

“Recent Books: Howard Ben Tré.” Southwest Art (May 2000): 130.

“Review – Howard Ben Tré.” New Work 27 (Autumn 1986): 16-23.

Rhode Island School of Design, Museum of Art, Providence, Rhode Island. Chazan’s Choice: Gifts of Contemporary Art to The RISD Museum. Text by Judith Tannenbaum and Thomas S. Michie. With contributions by Howard Ben Tré, Jonathan Bonner, Umberto Crenca, Salvatore Mancini. Providence: 2005

Roberts-Pullen, Paulette. “Fire and Ice.” Richmond Style Weekly, February 6, 1996: 36.

Ross, Carolee. “Contemporary Classicism: Now, that’s classic.” The Advocate Guide to Arts and Entertainment in Fairfield County, March 12, 1999: 1,10.

Sabar, Ariel. “A Conversation with Howard Ben Tré, Noted Sculptor.” The Providence Journal, June 30, 1997: C1,3.

Save, Colette. “Le Verre – Howard Ben Tré.” L’Atelier 69 (1982): 26-27.

Schwan, Gary. “Glass Sculptures’ Power Clear.” Palm Beach Post, January 14, 1994: 13.

Shaw-Eagle, Joanna. “Exhibit celebrates ‘The Renwick at 25’.” The Washington Times, March 23, 1997: D1,3.

_________. “The Fine(?) Art of Developing Bethesda..” New Art Examiner, November 1986: 40-41.

Silander, Lisa. “In Search of the Perfect Site.” Views, Summer 1997: 8-13.

Silberman, Robert. “Howard Ben Tré: Interior/Exterior.” American Craft, April-May 2000: 49-53.

Sjostrom, Jan. “Glass Works a Fusion of East, West.” Palm Beach Daily News, January 8, 1994: 1.

Smith, Chalon. “Exhibits Offer Clues to the ‘Mystery’ of Glass.” Los Angeles Times, April 16, 1986: 1,4.

Smith, Robert L. “Library Prepares to Dedicate Sculpture.” The Buffalo News, March 11, 1994: C-1.

Sosin, Jean and Hilbert. “Glass Collectors in the USA, Jean & Hilbert Sosin.” Neues Glas 3 (1986): 204-207.

The Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art. A Glass Triumvirate: The Art of William Morris, Henry L. Hillman, Jr., and Howard Ben Tré. Essay by Graziella Marchicelli. Loretto: 2004.

Spillman, Jane Shadel and Suzanne K. Frantz. Masterpieces of American Glass. New York: Crown Publishers, 1990.

Stapen, Nancy. “An Elegant Handsome Hybrid.” The Boston Globe, December 5, 1990: 75.

Stein, Jeffrey. “Eddies of Time, Modern Design Flow Through Library.” Banker & Tradesman, August 26, 2002: 1-2.

Streitfeld, L.P. “Interior/Exterior Vision: A Conversation with Howard Ben Tré.” Sculpture, November 2002: 45-49.

Takeda, Atshushi. “Howard Ben Tré, World Artist Tour.” Bijutsu no Mado, December 1997: 165-167.

Tarchinski, Pamela J. “Howard Ben Tré.” Glass 45 (1991): 48.

Taylor, Frances Grandy. “American Woman’s Light.” The Hartford Courant, September 21, 2002: 1-2.

Temin, Christine. “The Public’s Art?” The Boston Sunday Globe, August 30, 1998: N6.

_________. “All over town, visual artists have a way with words.” The Boston Globe, Arts & Entertainment, October 6, 2002.

_________. “Art, What’s New.” The Boston Globe, September 5, 2002.

_________. “Come Together.” New England Home, November /December 2006: 80-90.

Tiberi, Lifiane. “Sculptures de verre.” La Tribune, June 6, 1994:2.

The Toledo Museum of Art, Ohio. The Art of Glass. Text by Jutta-Annette Page et al. London: D. Giles Limited and the Toledo Museum of Art, 2006.

The Toledo Museum of Art, Ohio. Toledo Treasures. New York: Hudson Hills Press and The Toledo Museum of Art, 1995.

The Toledo Museum of Art, Ohio. Contemporary Crafts and the Saxe Collection. Text by Davira Taragin et al. New York: Hudson Hills Press and The Toledo Museum of Art, 1993.

Tulane University, Newcomb Art Gallery, New Orleans. Trial by Fire, Glass as a Sculptural Medium. Essay by Nancy Corwin. New Orleans: 1997.

Turbulence, New York. Art and Application. Text by Arthur C. Danto. New York: 1993.

University of Buffalo Anderson Gallery. Private Visions, Utopian Ideals: The Art of Howard Ben Tré. Essay by Eleanor Hartney. Buffalo: 2005.

University of Michigan – Dearborn. Contemporary Glass from the Sosin Collection. Text by C. Edward Wall and Davira Taragin. Dearborn: 1987.

University of Rhode Island Fine Arts Center Galleries, Kingston. Howard Ben Tré: Basins and Fountains. Essay by Ronald J. Onorato. Kingston: 1994.

University of Richmond, The Marsh Art Gallery, Virginia with the Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art. Howard Ben Tré: Recent Sculpture. Essay by Richard Waller. Richmond: 1995.

Vallongo, Sally. “Opening the Door: A Conversation with Georgia & David K. Welles.” Sculpture, October 2003: 50-53.

Van Siclen, Bill. “A Clearly Masterful Exhibit.” The Providence Journal, September 2, 1994: 9.

_________. “Abundant Art Serves Dual Purpose.” The Providence Journal, January 20, 1994: 9.

_________. “The Art of a Working Glass Hero.” The Providence Journal, November 18, 1990: E5.

_________. “Design Breathes New Life into Downtown Bank Plaza.” The Providence Journal, June 30, 1998: F1, 4.

_________. “Exploring an infatuation with loving cups.” The Providence Journal, November 18, 2012: G8.

_________. “Making More of Minimalism.” The Providence Journal, August 14, 1992: D16.

_________. “Overflowing with Ideas.” The Providence Journal, June 14, 1992.

_________. “Rhode Island: Incandescent in glass talent.” The Providence Journal, August 3, 1997: E8.

_________. “Shining Stars of Glass.” The Providence Sunday Journal, August 22, 1993: E1,4.

_________. “A Beautiful Friendship: RISD exhibit honors long-time patrons Joseph and Helene Chazan.” The Providence Sunday Journal, February 13, 2005: B1,4.

Vaudour, Catherine. L’Art du Verre Contemporain. Paris: Armand Colin, 1993.

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Walsh, Daniella. “Exhibition of glass is all class.” The Orange County Register, February 11, 2001: 27.

Weber, Bruce. “Works in Progress: Glass Act.” The New York Times Magazine, March 6, 1988: 110.

Wendt, Jeff. “Art Beat.” Today’s Campus, March/April 2010:55.

Westbrook, Adele, ed. A Creative Legacy: A History of the National Endowment for the Arts Visual Artists’ Fellowship Program, 1966-1995. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc. and the National Endowment for the Arts, 2001.

Whatcom Museum of History and Art, Bellingham, Washington. Clearly Art, Pilchuck’s Glass Legacy. Essay by Lloyd E. Herman. Bellingham: 1992.

Wheeler School, Providence, Rhode Island. The Wheeler School Public Art Initiative 2007-2013. Providence: 2015.

Whittemore, Katharine. “Post Office Square Fountain.” The Boston Globe Magazine, September 19, 1993: 1.

Wilson, William. “The World Fusion of Howard Ben Tré.” Los Angeles Times, January 2, 1999: F27.

Yaklut, Jud. “The Relevance of Glass. ‘Transparent Motives: Glass on a Large Scale.’ “ Dialogue, An Art Journal (Columbus, Ohio) 9 (May/June 1986): 26-27.

Yokohama Museum of Art, Japan. Expressions of Contemporary Glass. Text by Atsushi Takeda. Yokohama: 1999.

Zimmer, William. “Hudson River Museum Spotlights the Column,” The New York Times, Westchester Weekly, August 7, 1988: 22-24.

________. “Contemporary Tribute to Classical Past.” The Sunday New York Times, May 2, 1999: C22.


Selected Videos

Murray, Ric, producer. Howard Ben Tré: Garden of Sculpture. Providence, Rhode Island, 2007.

Adams, Geoff, producer. Howard Ben Tré. Providence, Rhode Island: accompanying the exhibit “Interior/Exterior”, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, 1999.

_________. The Making of BankBoston Plaza. Providence, Rhode Island: BankBoston and the Rhode Island Foundation, 1998.

_________. Howard Ben Tré: The Work. Providence, Rhode Island: Pell Awards Committee, 1997.

VanVeen, Mark, producer, and Geoff Adams, director. Ben Tré: Fountains. Providence, Rhode Island: EastFilms, 1995.