Media, Publications and Reviews

  • CBS Dallas interview at Samuel Lynne Galleries show, October 22, 2013
  • Film

  • Herb and Dorothy - 50 x 50 Vogel Art Collection 2011-2014
    Megumi Sasaki, Producer
    documentary film featuring the Vogel Collection now touring art theatres in the U.S.
  • Literature

  • A Delicate Balance by Edward Albee, with illustrations by Tom Holland, Published by Arion Press

    'A Delicate Balance ... is a work in the Arion Press drama series, honoring one of America’s great contemporary playwrights, Edward Albee. The edition features four illustrations by Tom Holland, an acclaimed artist and friend of the playwright.'*

    Pictured below: Holland, Albee, Hoyem, Littlejohn - Arion Press Preview 2012

    'Edward Albee is a friend of Tom Holland and has work by Holland in his extensive art collection. It was Albee who suggested Holland as the artist for this book, an idea welcomed by publisher Andrew Hoyem, who has long been an admirer of Holland’s art.

    The book is large octavo, 6-1/4 by 9-1/4 inches, 172 pages. The types are Monotype American Garamond and Univers, printed by letterpress on Revere, an Italian mould-made paper. The binding has a purple goatskin spine, with title stamped in silver foil, and lavender cloth over the boards, with an inset area on the front cover containing the Holland watercolor.

    A Delicate Balance is published on the occasion of the opening of the Aurora Theatre Company’s season in September 2011, its twentieth anniversary, with a new production of this play by Edward Albee, through the good offices of Paul Templeton. The edition is limited to 300 numbered copies for sale, of which 50 copies are reserved for the Aurora Theatre Company, and 26 lettered copies for complimentary distribution. A portion of the edition is reserved for Arion Press subscribers. All copies are signed by the playwright. The price is $500 per copy.'*

    *Source: www.arionpress.com

  • Print

  • Terri Provencal, "Color My World"; Patron Magazine, October/November 2013. Click to view
  • Michael Abatemarco, “Tom Holland: 'Paintings Past And Present' At David Richard Contemporary”; art ltd., May/June 2012
  • Interview with David Cheng, Bay Area Art Critic, Sanchez Art Center; Pacifica, CA 2012
  • The Studio Tour Project, Cichon Fine Art Photography, Photographs of Over 100 Artists Studios; 2008-2009
  • Roberta Smith, “Art in Review”; New York Times, February 25, 2000
  • William Wilson, “Art Walk”; Los Angeles Times, October 28, 1987
  • John Gruen, “Controlled Frenzy”; Art News, March 1987
  • Wendy Diamond, “View”; Crown Point Press, June 1985
  • Ronnie Cohen, “New Additions: Tom Holland”; Pace Editions, Art News, April, 1982
  • “New York Reviews, Tom Holland at Cowles Gallery”; Art News, February 1982
  • Thomas Albright, “San Francisco: Different and Indifferent”; Art News, January 1982
  • John Ashberry, “Pleasures of Paperwork”; Newsweek, March 16, 1981
  • Hilton Kramer, “Show of New Works Sets Example at the Modern”; New York Times, February 13, 1981
  • Thomas Albright, “Bay Area Art”; Horizon, July 1980
  • Laurel Bradley, “Tom Holland: Exhibition at Blum Hellman Gallery”; Arts Magazine, January 1980
  • J.L.D., “Tom Holland at the San Francisco Art Institute”; Art Week, February, 17, 1979
  • Thomas Albright, “Impurity of the Art of Painting”; Exhibition at the San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco Chronicle, February 2, 1979
  • “For Lonely Rebels, A Positive Philosophy”; Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, January 7, 1968

  • David Cheng Interview 2012


  • Visiting Artist Lectures

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  • Palm Springs Art Museum
  • di Rosa Foundation
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