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Dr. Elaine A King, “Modernism’s Muse,” Carnegie Mellon Art Gallery, Feb 13, 1989.

Keneth Painter, “Roman Villas in Italy: Recent Excavations and Research,” Ocassional Paper No. 24, British Museum 1980, 140 Figure 13

Patricia Lowry, “52 Artists Awarded a total of $32,935 in Festival Prize Money,” Style, The Pittsburgh Press, June 6, 1986, Section C1

Three Rivers Arts Festival, June 6-22, 1986.

Sewickley Magazine, March 1988, 5.

David Guenther, “Equal Opportunities: Carson Street Gallery mounts exhibition of local women artists,” In Pittsburgh, April, 1988.

Donald Miller, Pittsburgh Post Gazette, 1988.

Mike May, “Dialogues in a Fourth Dimension: Artist Marina Warren Nash Fuses the Abstract, Sacred and Mundane,” The Sewickley Herald, April 13, 1988, 5.

Heights Sculptor Shows Work in Pittsburgh,” The Sewickley Herald, September 28, 1988, 11.

“Argen to, Art Space and Art at Large,” Pittsburgh Post Gazette, 1989

Henry Schwalb, “Fresh Stuff: Its new faces and solid content in a memorable end-of-summer show,” Pittsburgh Magazine, September 1989, 39.

“Unzuteffend,” Stadtteil-Zeitung, No. 252,October 27, 1989.

“Kunst in Galerie,” Kremstaler Rundschau, No. 46, November 16, 1989.

“Amerkanerin stellt in der Galerie an der Fabrik aus,” Kremstaler Rundschau, 1990.

“Exhibit Openings,” Pittsburgh Post Gazette, 1990.

IFFRAA Catalog, 1990.

“Temporal Sculpture: Site-Works”, Dr. Elaine A King, 1990.

Mike May, “Marina Warren-Nash: Look Who’s Talking,” W-Gateway Publications, February 7, 1990, 3.

“Reinvestigating Myth,” The Hellenic Student Association of the University of Pittsburgh, April 17 – May 13, 1990, 4, 13.

Donald Miller, “Art the Works: Festival won’t stray far from proven successes,” Pittsburgh Post Gazette, May 30, 1994, D2, D4.

Debra Utterback, “Expression of Self,” The Times/Beaver Newspapers, June 2, 1994, 5.

“Three Rivers Arts Festival,” The Times Weekend, June 3, 1994, front cover, 4.

Public Art at the Three Rivers Art Festival, exhibition announcement with photograph.

Donald Miller, “Surprises Brighten 35th Year,” Pittsburgh Post Gazette, June 4, 1994, C10.

“Height’s Sculptor Exhibits Piece at Three Rivers Festival,” The Sewickley Herald, Vol. 91 o. 23, June 8, 1994, 12.

“Greek Art Exhibit features Sewickley Height’s Nash,” The Sewickley Herald, Vol. 94 No. 20, May 14, 1997, 9.