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References: Newspaper/Magazine articles:

1. October 1, 1972 – Student finds “Views Have Changed”
Cedar Rapids Gazette , Carolyn Schmidt (New York term: Hanson, O.K.Harris; as a senior teaching at Coe)

2. January 20, 1974 – Photorealist offers a new way of seeing
The Honolulu Star Bulletin/ Advertiser, Tacy Bomen-Mcguire

3. 1975- Young’s ‘NewRealism’ art
The Honolulu Advertiser, Leonard Lueras (Tourist, Contemporary Arts Center)

4. February 24, 1976- California-Hawaii Biennial exhibit opens
The San Diego Tribune, Jan Jennings (Fine Arts Museum, San Diego)

5. June 5, 1977 – A Mixed Bag of Shows That Don’t Miss
The Honolulu Star Bulletin, David Farmer (Really Now, Honolulu Hale)

6. July 30, 1977- Doug Young and Wayne Kuwada
ARTWEEK,
Martha Spelman (Chinatown Series,Space, L.A.)

7. Fall , 1977- DOUG YOUNG
Visual Dialog
, Review 4, Roberta Loach (Chinatown Series,Space, L.A.)

8. March 11, 1979 – Good News, Bad News, in Biennial Exhibition
Rocky Mountain News, Irene Clurman

9. April, 1979 – A Move to edge U.S. art focus toward the Pacific
Smithsonian, Bill Marvel (First Western States Biennial, Smithsonian Museum, Wash.D.C.)

10. April 7, 1979 – The First Western States Biennial, A Difficult Birth
ARTWEEK, Denver, Rod Rhodes (Denver Art Museum)

11. August 20, 1979 – West Meets East
Newsweek, April Kingsley (First Western States Biennial)

12. September 28, 1979 – Doug Young
The Los Angeles Times,
the Galleries, A Critical Guide, William Wilson (Space, L.A.)

13. October 6, 1979 – Fractured Images
ARTWEEK,
Los Angeles, Adrienne Rosenthal (Fish Auction Series,Space, L.A.)

14. 1980- Hawai’i State House of Repriesentatives 10th Legislature, House Resolution #243
(on being selected to represent Hawaii in the First Western States Biennial Exhibition)

15. February 20, 1980 – Real Life as the Artist Sees It
The Honolulu Star Bulletin, Today

16. May 9, 1982 – Deeper into WaterColors
The Honolulu Star Bulletin/ Advertiser, Marcia Morse (Koi Series, Gimas Art Gallery)

17. 1983 – ‘Watercolor USA’ reviews past while avoiding Frontiers
Missouri, Edgar A. Albin (Springfield Art Museum)

18. October 7, 1983 – ‘I’a Stew’: brush strokes in a saltwater theme
The Honolulu Advertiser, Focus/the arts, Ronn Ronck (The Contemporary Arts Center)

19. October 29, 1983 – Laminations of Color and Light
ARTWEEK,
Honolulu, vol.14, #36, Marcia Morse

20. July 25, 1984 – Asian-American artists are given greater exposure in new exhibit
The Seattle Times, William Blauvelt (14th Annual Asian American Artist)

21. October 26, 1984 – Finally Improved Watercolors
The San Diego Tribune, Mark-Elliot Lugo (Contemporary Watercolors, San Diego State University)

22. September 29, 1985 – Strategies of Juxtaposition
The Honolulu Star Bulletin & Advertiser, ,Marcia Morse (Eary Images, Artloft)

23. April 29, 1988 – Doug Young
The Los Angeles Times,
the Galleries:Holllywood, Marlena Donohue

24. May 7, 1988 – Reality’s Equivocal Nature
ARTWEEK, Suvan Geer (Water Series, Space, LA.)

25. October 8, 1988 – Undiluted Statements in Watercolors
Long Beach Press Telegram, Dinah Berland (20th Century Watercolors: Yesterday and Today, Long Beach Museum of Art)

26. September 3, 1989 – Vitality of island cultures evident in three exhibits
The Honolulu Star Bulletin & Advertiser, Marcia Morse (Tan Yi, TCM)

27. September 6, 1989 – Chinese Artists in the spotlight
The Honolulu Advertiser, Ron Ronck (Tan Yi, TCM,HI.)

28. January 20, 1990 – 16 Pacific Rim Artist Show a Common Theme
The Los Angeles Times, Beth Kleid (Pacific Currents, Ca. )

29. October 28, 1990 – A Family Gathering
The Honolulu Star Bulletin & Advertiser ,Joan Rose (SFCA, 25th Anniversary Show,TCM)

30. July 15, 1991 – Pan Pacific Plaza to exhibit fine art
The Pacific Business News, Rod Smith (Koi Mural @ 1132 Bishop St.)

31. December 15, 1991 – Doug Young Moloka’i Journal
The Honolulu Star Bulletin & Advertiser,
Art Scene, Joan Rose (TCM)

32. June 4, 1995 – Exhibit Jurors make a significant difference
The Honolulu Advertiser, Joan Rose (AHA Show, Honolulu Hale)

33. January 28, 1996 - Award-winning artists exhibit their work
The Honolulu Advertiser, Joan Rose (SFCA Fellowship Winners)


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