“Good Fellows, SWAIA awards artistic explorers, 2017 SWAIA Fellowship Recipients,”  by Debra Utacia Krol (Xolon Salinan), SWAIA Indian Market Guide (Aug 19, 2017); p 60-61
“Thousands Cast, Mustang-based artist Holly Wilson’s diminutive sculptures tell large-scale stories”  by George Lang, Writer, Oklahoman Gazette, (April 19, 2017); p
“Tiny Figures,” Gallery Preview: Bonner David Galleries, Native American Art  (February – March); p 96-97


“Encaustic Art in the 21st Century,” book by Anne Lee and Ashley Rooney; p 214-217
“Sensational Storytelling,” Preview, American Art Collector (March 2016); p 128-129


“One of a Kind,” Tulsa World, by James Watts Jr.; p D3 and D6
“Truth Between Worlds,” ArtDesk, by Brendan Hoover (Issue 04, Sumer 2015); p 14
“Showcase in Santa Fe,” Preview, American Art Collector (July 2015); p 152-153
“Sculpture, photography mark ‘Two Worlds’ of artists show,” by John Brandenburg, Art Reviewer, The Oklahoman (June 28, 2015); p 4D
“Experience Holly Wilson’s A Foot in Two Worlds, now on display at Oklahoma Contemporary,”  by Greg Horton, Writer, Oklahoman Gazette, (June 17, 2015); p 39
“Highly Original, Dually Significant,” by Jeffrey Carlson Reporting Contributing Editor, Fine Art Today (June 18, 2015), Fine Art Connoisseur
“Little People, Big Stories,” by Brandy McDonnell, Entertainment Reporter, The Oklahoman (May 24, 2015); p 1D – 2D
“Of Drums, Dreams & Art”, by Taté Walker, Native Peoples (May/Jun 2015); p 42
“JRB exhibit mixes abstract realistic, photographic works” by John Brandenburg, Art Reviewer, The Oklahoman,(May 6, 2015); p 7D
“Temporal Impressions: Holly Wilson and Sallyann Paschall,” by Lindsey Allgood, OVAC Art Focus Oklahoma (Vol 30, No. 3 May/June 2015); p 14. issuu.com


“Eiteljorg Announces 2015 Contemporary Art Fellows”, Red Lake Nation News, Nov 17, 2014, redlakenationnews.com
“Holly Wilson: Intertwined,” by Jeffrey Carlson Reporting Contributing Editor, Fine Art Today, (October 23, 2014), Fine Art Connoisseur, fineartconnoisseur.com
“Shared Emotions” Preview, by Michelle Towne, American Art Collector (July 2014); p 118-119.
for PDF: Holly Wilson-July 2014 American Art Collector Review
“Galleries: Bonner David Galleries”, by Russ Tall Chief, Native Peoples (Jan/Feb 2014); p 29.
“Holly Wilson: Behind the Mask,” by Jeffrey Carlson Reporting Contributing Editor, Fine Art Today, (January 16, 2014), Fine Art Connoisseur, fineartconnoisseur.com


“Four-person exhibit at JRB Art at the Elms in Oklahoma City has autumn feel” by John Brandenburg, Art Reviewer, The Oklahoman,(October 8, 2013) NewsOK,
“Black Book: The Creative Class” by Rachel Curtis, Oklahoma Today (July/August 2013); p 73,77,81.
“First Invitational” by Joshua Rose, American Art Collector (April 2013); p 142.
“The 55th Annual Heard Guild Indian Fair and Market” by Clay South, The Indian Trader Volume 44, Number 5, pg 14 (May 2013).
“Creating With Intent, An interview with the Urban Indian 5” by Chelsea Wesner, (February 27, 2013) American Indian Institute Blog: Wellness in Native America; americanindianinstitute.wordpress.com


“Crafting Ritual and Identity: Oklahoma Invitational Exhibition” by Brady Craft Alliance, Livings Arts of Tulsa, (August 3, 2012)
“Holly Wilson brings unique bronze sculpture to Austin,” by Esther Robards-Forbes, Reporter for the Westlake Picayune, Austin American-Statesman, (April 6, 2012);D2
“BCA intern Grace Bercier interviews “Crafting Ritual & Identity” artist Holly Wilson,” Brady Craft Alliance Blog, (June 21, 2012); 108contemporary.org


“5 Things to See at the Oklahoma State Capitol,” by Ann Waller Curtis, Art Works, The National Endowment for the Arts official Blog, (Aug 29, 2011):arts.gov
“Thoughtful Efforts by Two Artist on Display at JRB Gallery,” by John Brandenburg, Art Reviewer, The Oklahoman, (April 17, 2010); 6D
“Thomas Batista and Holly Wilson,” OKGazette (April 01/2011)
“Oklahoma Friendly’ Show Gives Look at Sooner State,” by John Brandenburg, Art Reviewer, The Oklahoman,(March 27, 2010); 6D
“6th Annual Red Feather Gala 2010: Attracts Large and Diverse Crowd” by Steve Barse, Oklahoma City Indian Clinic Horizons (Winter 2011)
“Goldesberry Gallery” Art Galleries & Artists of the South, (October 2011); Volume 8, Issue 2.


“Oklahoma City Artist Tells Stories Through Art,” by Melissa Howell, Mood Online Editor, The Oklahoman, Mood (August 26); 4D, newsok.com
“Visual Arts Reviews, Holly Wilson,” by Charles Martin, OKGazette, (August 11/2010); p71.
“Holly Wilson: What Lies Beneath,” by Romy Owens, OVAC Art Focus Oklahoma, (Vol 25, No. 2 March/April 2010); p 4.
“Urban Indian 5: The Beat Goes On,” by Steve Barse, Healthy Spirit; Publication of Indian Health Care Resource Center of Tulsa (Fall 2010).
“The Beat Goes On: Urban Indian 5,” by Steve Barse, American Indian Horizons, (Fall 2010), pg 48.
“Little Worlds,” by James T. Lambertus, Dreamcatcher: Oklahoma Indian Nations Culture & Events (October 2010).
“Inspiring Wellness,” by Rita Wright Burkhalter, American Indian Horizons, (Fall 2010), pg 10.


“Southern Plains Museum will host Urban Indian 5 art show,” by Oklahoma Indian Arts and Crafts Cooperative, The Anadarko Daily News, (September 18, 2010) Vol. 110, Number 29, pg 1.
“Oklahoma City Indian Clinic Gets Booster Shot From Group of Artists Known as Urban Indian 5,” by Charles Martin, OKGazette, (November 12/2009); p71.
“Urban Indian 5,” by Oklahoma Indian Arts and Crafts Cooperative, The Anadarko Daily News, (September 22, 2010) Vol. 110, Number 32, pg 1.


“Expressions Of Spirit: Contemporary American Indian Art”, The Messenger (Spring); p 1.
“Lawton native displays her work at the Arts and Craft Center,” by Amanda Wyatt, The Cannoneer (May 11).
“Reception to open sculpture & photography show Sat.,” by Rob Weaver, The Lawton Constitution (Jan 13):1B.


“Elders,” Pondscapes, The Magazine of the National Pond Society (October / November): p55.
“Black Moon among noted Indian artist to show at Powell Gallery,” by Rob Weaver
The Lawton Constitution (Nov 6): 2C


“It takes more then education to be an artist, ” by Pearson Deanne, Pitch (May 6); p22.