Fuller Craft Museum, Unraveling on view

October 6-May 20, 2018

Needling the Establishment lecture, Fuller Craft Museum, January 2018

League of New Hampshire Craftsmen Gallery, North Country show, (NCSW) Oct 6 - Dec 22, 2017

Crossing Boundaries: Material as Message, Rockland Arts, West Nyack, NY Oct 7- Nov 25, 2018


Artistry in Fiber: Sculpture,co-authors E. Ashley Rooney & Anne Lee, Schiffer Publishing, July 2017

The Textile Artist’s Studio Handbook by Owyn Ruck and Visnja Popovic, Quarry Books, July 2012

Textiles: The Art of Mankind  by Mary Schoeser, Thames & Hudson, London, 2012

Primary Structures at the San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles, May 17- August 17, 2011.  Catalog available.


Crafting Understanding: Addressing political Issues Through Stitch, by Betsy Greer, Fiber Art Now, vol 7, issue 1, Fall 2017

Gavstrik, Danish knitting magazine, p. 2, #3 Fall 2017

Area Review no32/33, Art, Paix, Engagement SARL Publisher, France 2017         p.76

Melt wins 3rd prize at National Fiber Directions Exhibition 2015, The Wichita Center for the Arts Wichita, KS  May, 2015

Boston Globe Arts Section,  Cate McQuaid describes Truth to Power as "wonderful, odd, and provocative".  August 2, 2014

Coming Undone wins First Prize in Red, CAA, January, 2014

Splash took Third Prize at the Surface Design Conference in San Antonio, TX June, 2013

The Art of War, profile Vogue Knitting Magazine, spring/summer 2013

FibreQuarterly, E-Zine for Canadian Fibre Artists. vol 7 issue 4, Winter 2011-12

Between the Lines, Artscope Review of solo exhibit at Slater Mill Gallery, Pawtucket, RI,  2011

Lion Brand Yarn Studio, NYC April 27, 2011, artist interview

Artful Knit (pdf), Yarn Magazine, December 2009, Australia

Artist Profile (pdf), Get Creative, Issue 7, 2009, Australia

Profiled in Knitting Art:150 Innovative Works from 18 Contemporary Artists, by Karen Searle, Voyageur Press, October 2008

Surface Design Newsletter volume 20, #3, summer 2007: Letter from the president:

Two works that literally stopped me in my tracks and still follow me around are Japanese artists Emiko Nakano's large multilayer weaving titled "Ruins" and US artist Adrienne Sloane's hauntingly moving "Cost of War", a series of small machine knit, linen figures lying horizontally and stacked in rows.

Some Strong Expressions Weave into Fiberart International, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Wed, July 25, 2007

....Adrienne Sloane's "Cost of War," for example, takes a moment to deliver its impact, as the viewer approaches the rows of 14 small forms tacked to the wall. They are knitted bodies, small grayish figures
stretched horizontally, with sagging heads, feet and genitalia.