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Boone Sculpture Garden: The Artists

This LibGuide includes resources about the artists and benefactors who have contributed to the Boone Sculpture Garden.


The works cited in this LibGuide are located in a variety of places in the library and online.  Locations:

  • Library Archives:  Materials in the Archives are available by appointment. Email
  • Book stacks: Reference books are located on the main floor of the library. The Circulating collection is on the main floor and upper level.
  • Databases:  Databases are freely accessible on campus.  Off-campus access requires a login with LancerPoint User ID and password. ProQuest and Biography in Context are available from our Database list (linked below), or click on the blue links provided in each citation.
  • PCC Courier Online:  The Courier is our campus newspaper.
  • The Open Web.

Deborah Butterfield

Baker, Kenneth.  “The Horse is a Source of Sculptural Inventiveness for Deborah Butterfield.” San Francisco Chronicle 10 Apr. 2004: E 12. Print. (Archives)

"Deborah Butterfield". Contemporary Women Artists. St. James Press, 1999.  Biography in Context.  Web.

"Deborah Butterfield Explains Philosophy Behind Prone Horses". YouTube. 8 July 2007. Web.

"Otis Visiting Artist: Deborah Butterfield." YouTube. 17 July 2009.  Web.

Smiley, Jane. “Horse Sense.” Southwest Art Aug. 2003: 116. Print.  (Archives)

Tucker, Marsha. “Equestrian Mysteries.” Art in America June 1989: 154+ Print. 

Ken Price

Dreishspoon, Douglas. “Ken Price.” Art in America May 2010: 147. Print. (Periodicals section on the main floor).

Stillman, Nick. "The Blobs Aren't Talking.  Arts and Leisure Desk Ken Price's Art Works." The New York Times 7 Mar. 2010: 25. Biography In Context. Web. 

Stillman, Nick. "Ken Price: Matthew Marks Gallery. Sculpture Exhibition." Artforum International Jan 2007: 249. Biography In Context. Web.

Turvey, Lisa. “Ken Price.” Artforum Summer 2010: 346. Biography in Context. Web.

Wei, Lilly.  “Ken Price.” Artnews Dec. 2006: 146.  Print.


Jack Zajac

Artist in Residence Scrapbook (Library Archives)

"Artist of the Week 2: Jack Zajac." 26 Feb. 2007. YouTube. Web.

"Jack Zajac." J. Paul Getty Museum. n.d. Web.

Zajac, Jack.  Jack Zajac: Retrospective Exhibition.  730.92 Z 1 (Third floor)

Stephan Balkenhol

Kuspit, Donald. “Stephan Balkenhol.” Artforum Sept. 1997: 122. Print. (Periodicals shelves, main floor)

Ollman, Leah. “Art Reviews; Sculptor’s Wooden Characters Give Little Away.” Los Angeles Times, 19 Mar. 1999: 29. ProQuest Central. Web.

Robinson, Joan Seeman. “Stephan Balkenhol.” Artforum Jan. 2001: 142. Academic Search Premier. Web.

"Stephan Balkenhol." Contemporary Artists 5th ed. St. James Press, 2001. Biography In Context. Web. 

Four Large Figures

Jodi Pinto

“Art Oasis to Blossom on Campus:  New York Artist Designs Million Dollar Sculpture Garden for PCC.” Colleague Jan. 1996: 3. Print. (Library Archives)

Calkins, Meg. “Drawing With Light.” Landscape Architecture Apr. 2000.  (Library Archives – Biography Binder)

Hamalian, Arda. “$1 Million Sculpture Garden To Be Built Next Year.” PCC Courier 16 Nov. 1995. Print.  (Library Archives)

Muchnic, Suzanne.  “Art Notes: Sculpting a Garden of Scholarly Delight.” Los Angeles Times 24 Dec. 1995: 64. ProQuest Central. Web.

“PCC Dedicates Privately Funded Sculpture Garden.” Pasadena Star News 30 April 1999. Print. (Library Archives)

Resume (Library Archives.  Biography Binder.)  Includes listing of awards/grants, public works, solo exhibitions.

Williams, Janette. “Ex-Parking Lot Now a Student Gathering Place.”  A1+  (Library Archives)

Yutaka Sone

Cotter, Holland. “Yutaka Sone.” New York Times 24 Sept. 2009: E 2. Biography in Context. Web.

Yood, James.  “Yutaka Sone.” Artforum May 2006: 295.  Biography in Context. Web.