Fine Art Connoisseur, December 2012, "Oregon's Art: As Diverse As Its Lanscape" Encompassing well over 98,000 square miles, Oregon is one of America's largest states, and its landscape one of the country's most diverse. Joseph began attracting artists in the 1980s and is known nationally for its fine art foundries. A permanent installation of seven life-size bronze sculptures can be seen on the Joseph Art Walk along Main Street. View the PDF Here

1859 Oregon's Magazine, Autum 2009, "East Meets West in Bronze Sculptures" Sculptor Shelley Curtiss finds inspiration in the stunning landscapes of NE Oregon and a new-found passion for Taoism. View the PDF Here

Mushing, the Magazine of Dog-Powered Sports, Jan/Feb 2003, "Togo in Seward Park" When sculptor Shelley Curtiiss was contacted by the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation about creating a life-size sculpture of Togo for Seward Park, she immediately felt compelled to become involved in the project. This lead dog is an un-sung hero of Iditarod fame. View the PDF Here