In Katherine Sherwood's nude paintings, disability and race enter the picture

By Sharon Mizota

Artillery Magazine

By Christopher Michno

The Interior of the Yelling Clinic

By Jody Zellen

VAS Weekly Newsletter

By David S. Rubin

Beauty and The Brain

By Edward Goldman

Fabrik Magazine: The Interior of the Yelling Clinic

By Megan Abrahams

After brain damage, the creative juices flow for some 

By EMILY SOHN

How a cerebral hemorrhage altered my art

By KATHERINE SHERWOOD

Brain Work: A Meditation on the Painting of Katherine Sherwood

By GEORGINA KLEEGE

Apoplexy and Personhood in Katherine Sherwood’s Paintings

By ANJAN CHATTERJEE

Article from the San Francisco Chronicle 8/31/01

By RONA MARECH

The Body of Paint

By JOHN YAU

Gesturing From Within

By JUAN RODRIGUEZ

A Painter Reinvents Herself
Art Professor Katherine Sherwood's Stroke Forced Her to Learn to Paint Left-handed

By KATHLEEN MACLAY

MASTER STROKE A Tragedy Transforms A Right-Handed Artist Into a Lefty — and a Star
Ms. Sherwood, 47, Paralyzed In Part, Wins Acclaim For Her "Intuitive" Works Asking "Did I Paint That?"

By PETER WALDMAN