The New York Times
  William Zimmer, “From Five Artists, the Fruits of a Retreat “, May 20, 2001
William Zimmer, “Crop of New Names, Fields of Sculpture”, August 1, 1997
William Zimmer, “A Profile of Sculpture’s Concerns,” June 23, 1996
William Zimmer, “How Funny Is the Human Body? Some Answers From Sculptors,” January 28, 1996
Vivian Raynor, “When (and Where) Sculpture Can be Seen in Sharper Relief,” November 12, 1995
Vivian Raynor, "In Ridgefield, Works Familiar and New," September 4, 1994
Vivian Raynor, "The Tidy World of a New England Printmaker in Old Lyme," December 12, 1993
Vivian Raynor, "Seven Sculptors Construct A Show At Norwalk Community College," December 29, 1991
William Zimmer, "Sculpture Themes Intertwine at Outdoor Display in Ridgefield," October 15, 1991
William Zimmer, "Connecticut Biennial Displays Diversity," April 14, 1991
William Zimmer, "Sculpture Garden Yields Bumper Crop," September 16, 1990
Vivian Raynor, "Art: In Museo Del Barrio, Influences on a Culture," July 6, 1984
Ruth Robinson, "Looking to Westport for Inspiration," April 10, 1983
Vivian Raynor, "Following in Their Footsteps," August 6, 1978
  Art in America
  Jonathan Goodman, “Niki Ketchman at the DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park”, June, 1999
  Sculpture Magazine
  Jill Conner, New York, Niki Ketchman, Kouros Gallery, January/February, 2006
Marty Carlock, “Niki Ketchman, Fabrications”, November, 1998
  The Boston Globe
  Christine Temin, “Sculpture Parks: Lithuania to Lincoln”, July 15, 1998
Marty Carlock, “Images Woven from Miles of Wire, DeCordova Show has Feminine Feel”, June 21, 1998
  Art New England
  Kate Jennings, "Regional Reviews, Connecticut Silvermine Guild, New Canaan, Black and White," May 1989
Paula Reens, "Regional Reviews, Connecticut, Silvermine Guild, New Canaan, Food, Glorious Food," June 1987
  The Hartford Courant
  Owen McNally, “Splendor on the Museum Grass, Provocative Sculpture of Westport Artist on Display In New Britain”, July 21, 2000
  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
  James Auer, Show offers outdoor sculpture with some sass, July 1, 1998
  The Hour
  Betty Tyler, "The Eloquent Sculptures of Niki Ketchman," September 2, 1994
  Arts Magazine
  Jacqueline Moss, "Nancy Ketchman, " April, 1984
Robert Yoskowitz, "Nancy Ketchman, " March, 1981
Jacqueline Moss, "Nancy Ketchman, " January, 1981
Robert Yoskowitz, "Group Show, " February, 1980
  Joseph Merkel, New York's National Spring Annuals, May, 1991
Roger Erickson, "Season Highlight Shows Part 1, SOHO," July 3, 1980
  The Journal News
  Georgette Gouveia, “Avant Garden, Purchase College’s Neuberger Museum presents a campus wide canvas of
contemporary art”, May 29, 2001
  Westport Magazine
  Stephen Sawicki, “Artist Showcase, Niki Ketchman, Make a Treasure of It”, September, 2005
  “Niki Ketchman, July 25 - October 3, 2004, Katonah Museum of Art
“Neuberger Museum of Art 2001 Biennial Exhibition of Public Art”. May 20 -October7, 2001
• Eleanor Heartney,” Public Art and Public Questions”
“2000 Weir Farm Visiting Artists”, May – June 10, 2001 Stamford Museum & Nature Center, Stamford,CT
“Niki Ketchman: Fabrications”, June 13, 1998-May 31, 1999, DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Lincoln, MA
• Arthur Danto, “Pre-historical and Post-Modern Forms in the Work of Niki Ketchman”
• Nick Capasso, “Niki Ketchman: Fabrications”
“Just the Thing! Contemporary Outdoor Sculpture and the Object”, June, 1998-May, 2000, Leigh Yawky Woodson
Art Museum, Wasau, WI
• Nick Capasso, essay
“Niki Ketchman, Primal Fugue”, March 16-April 13, 1996, Kouros Gallery, New York, NY
• Cynthia Nadelman, essay
“Fall/Winter Exhibition, 95/96, Three Sculptors and Their Drawings”, October 21, 1995- February 29 1996, Grounds for Sculpture, Hamilton, NJ
Buzz McCall, “The Speculative Aspects of Memory, Lawrence Fane, Niki Ketchman, John Monti,
Conversations with the Artists and Reflections about their Work”
“Fabricated Nature”, April 9-November 20, 1994, Boise Museum of Art, Boise, Idaho, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY
Virginia Beach Center for the Arts, Virginia Beach, VA
• Sandy Harthorn, essay
“The Connecticut Biennial II”, February 24-May 25, 1991, The Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT
• Nancy Hall-Duncan, essay
“Then & Now, A Selection of Artists Who Early in Their Museum Careers Exhibited at the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art of Ridgefield, Connecticut”, April 23-May 30, 1992, Philippe Staib Gallery, New York, NY
• Marc J. Straus, M.D., essay
• Buzz McCall, essay
• John Russell, essay reprinted from “Art in America”, January, 1969
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