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  • David Maddox, Nashville Scene, December 21, 2007 “Best in Art”
  • Jonathan Marx, The Tennessean, November 26, 2007 “Carol Mode’s ‘Mental Maps’ on View at Leu”
  • Jean Hess, Art Papers, May/June 2006, “Pinkney Herbert, Whitney Leland, Carol Mode,
  • Mitchell Wright”, Knoxville
  • Jonathan Marx, Nashville Scene, Feb 6, 2006, “Three Paths to Abstraction”
  • Mark Price, ArtUS Magazine, Issue 11, Dec – Feb 2006 “Fragile Species”
  • Benjamin McKamey, Number 55 Winter 2006, “Three Paths to Abstraction”
  • David Hall, Number 54 Fall 2005, “The Fragile Species”
  • Mark Scala, Frist Center for Visual Art 2005 catalogue entry
  • Jerry Collum, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, February 2003, “Art Seen and Heard”
  • Susan Knowles, The Tennessee Historical Society, catalogue entry, 2002, “A Century of Progress: Twentieth Century Painting in Tennessee”
  • Angela Wibking, The Nashville Scene, August 2002, “Painters’ Progress”
  • David Hall, Art Papers, January 2002
  • Tennessee State Museum & Tennessee Arts Commission, catalogue, 2001, “Best of Tennessee”
  • Alan Bostick, The Tennessean, October 2001, “Best of Tennessee”
  • Open Studios Press, Juried Exhibition in print,   # 34, July 2001, “New American Paintings”
  • SECAC/MACAA/, Juried Exhibition catalogue, Allen R. Hite Art Institute, U. of Louisville, 2000
  • Angela Wibking, The Nashville Scene, February 2000,  “Wide-Open Spaces”
  • Alan Bostick, The Tennessean, January 2000,  “Abstract 101: Cumberland show offers study in    Contrasts”
  • Open Studios Press, Juried Exhibition in print, # 22, July 1999, “New American Painting”
  • Terri Smith, Cheekwood Museum of Art, Temporary/Contemporary publication, 1999, “Blue:    Signs & Symbols”
  • Paul McLean, The Nashville Scene, October 1999, “Continued Silence”
  • Liz Nutter, The Tennessean, December 1999, “Time & Space influence Mode’s style”
  • Beth Wilson, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Tennessee State Museum, catalogue, 1998   “Celebrating Tennessee Women Artists”
  • Adrienne Outlaw, The Nashville Scene, July 1998, “It’s not loitering if you’re looking at  Art”
  • Alan Bostick, The Tennessean, July 1998,  “Nashville Airport gets high on Art”
  • Adrienne Outlaw, The Nashvlle Scene, July 1998,  “Travel Mode at the Airport”
  • Nashville City Search, “Between Times: The Art of Carol Mode & Emily Mode”
  • Alan Bostick, The Tennessean, November 1998,  “Art a la Mode”
  • David Ribar, The Nashville Scene, November 1998,   “Familiar Ways”
  • Jean Young, Florida National Coordinator, Exhibition catalogue, 1997, “Combined Talents”
  • Susan Chappell, The Nashville Banner, February 1995  “Yellow reflects artist’s interior life”
  • Angela Wibking, Nashville Business Jornal, February 1995,
  • Susan Knowles, The Nashville Scene, March 1995,  “Personal Statements”
  • Susan Chappell, The Nashville Banner, March 1994,  “Tennesse Twelve: Commissions add First to Museum Collection”
  • Beth Monin, The Nashville Banner, February 1989,  “Behind the Mask”
  • Susan Quick, The Nashville Banner, September 1988,  “Free floating emotion rules Artist’s Palette”
  • Christine Kreyling, The Nashville Scene, November 1987,  “Live & Learn”
  • Clara Hieronymus, The Tennessean, November 1987,  “Exhibit showcases two women” 
  • Clara Hieronymus, The Tennessean, May 1985,  “Billboard Art: Nashville’s Carol Mode takes Turn at the Biggest Show  in Town”                                                               
  • Susan Knowles, Cheekwood Museum of Art, publication, October 1985,  “Transfigurations”