Books and Catalogues

Critical Messages, Contemporary Northwest Artists on the Environment, Essays by Sarah Clark-Langager and William Dietrich. Western Gallery, Western Washington University and Hallie Ford Museum of Art, Willamette University.
Distributed by University of Washington Press. 2010, 80 pages.
Seattle as Collector, Seattle Office of Arts & Culture Turns 40, 40th Anniversary Exhibition at Seattle Art Museum, Essays by Richard Andrews, Ruri Yampolsky and Deborah Paine. Curated by Deborah Paine. 2011 Seattle Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs. 80 pages.
Elegantly Frugal, Deceptively Simple, September 20 - December 8, 2007.
Schneider Museum of Art, Southern Oregon University
Essay by Josine Ianco Starrels
Articles and Reviews

Beal, Suzanne, “Matt Sellars: Platform Gallery,” Sculpture Magazine, May, 2012
Mudede, Charles, “A River Runs Through It,” The Stranger, May 4, 2011
Grant, Adriana, “Beautiful ‘Empty Quarter’ floats colorful yet sobering messages,” Seattle Post Intelligencer, November 6, 2008
Pence, Elizabeth, “Matt Sellars at Platform Gallery,” Artweek, March, 2009
Bossick, Karen, “Memories, life stages represented in Common Soil” The Wood River Journal, January 17, 2007
Plasse, Sabina Dana, “Art in Common” Idaho Mountain Express, January 17, 2007
Graves, Jen, “Diaphaneity at Platform Gallery” The Stranger, February 23, 2006
Faigin, Gary, “Rich Lehl and Matt Sellars at Priceless Works Gallery” Artdish, June 21, 2005
DeVuono, Frances, “Springs Eternal:Artists Reflections at Seafirst Gallery,” Artweek, March, 1998, pg.34.
Heim, Joe, “Off the Wall, Reflections at the Pound Gallery,” Seattle Times, March 18,1998
Senuik, Jake, “Seeing the Music,” ON CENTER, a publication of the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center, Summer 1994, Vol. VI, No.2, pp. 1-4.
Selected Website Listings

Online review in art ltd by Suzanne Beal
Online review of Supra tidal by Adriana Grant: