Selected Books, Catalogues and Magazine Articles 1949 – 1955
'Travel Scholarships in Art Awarded to 11.' The Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia, May 19, 1949.
“Art Award to Ottawan.” The Ottawa Citizen, Ottawa, July 15, 1949.
'Ottawa Painter Wins Chief Prize.' The Globe and Mail, June 21, 1950.
'Ottawa Man Tops 580 Artists to Win $1,000 Scholarship.' The Ottawa Journal, Ottawa, Ont. June 21, 1950.
'Young Canadian Artists Win Scholarships From O'Keefe's.' The Standard, Montreal, P.Q., June 24, 1950.
'College art post is filled.' The Leader-Post, Regina, 1950.
'Canadian Art needs help says speaker.' The Leader-Post, Regina, January 11, 1951.
Buchanan, D.W. ‘Prairie Metamorphosis’, Canadian Art, v.11 (Autumn 1953), 10-13.
Cameron, Dan. ‘Lochhead Discusses Approach to Art at his One-Man Show.’ The Leader-Post. Regina, Sask. February 20th, 1953.
Major, William. ‘Familiar Scenes in Artists’ Show.’ The Leader-Post. The Third Page, Regina, Sask. February 3rd, 1953.
‘Painting of Saskatchewan Chosen for SGI Calendar.’ The Times Herald, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Nov. 27, 1953.
'Two Art Shows open at Robertson Galleries.' The Evening Citizen, Ottawa, Oct. 21, 1953.
‘Regina Painting for Laughton.’ Leader Post, Regina, Sask., February 17, 1954. 1955:
Hubbard, R.H. ‘The Arts in Saskatchewan Today.’ Canadian Art, vol. 12, no.4, pp. 150-155. (Summer, 1955)
'Legion Getting Mural.' The Leader-Post, Regina, July 25, 1955.
Buchanan, Donald W. 'Introduction.' Second Biennial Exhibition of Canadian Art. Ottawa: National Gallery of Canada, 1957. (exhibition catalogue)
‘Canadian Citizenship Branch.’ The Arts in Canada. 1957. pp.101.
Esso Calendar. Reproduction of 'Prairie Town' (March / April 1957.)
Reproduction of ‘Prairie Village’ by Kenneth Lochhead. Reproduced on the Back Cover of Macleans’ Magazine and Time Magazine (Canadian Edition) for ‘Canadian Oil Companies.’ August 17, 1957.
Buchanan, D.W. 'The Changing Face of Canadian Art: Canadian Artists at Brussels.' Canadian Art, vol. XV, No. 1 (January 1958), pp. 22-28. ‘An Artist from the Prairies Designs a Mural for Gander Airport.’ Canadian Art, vol. XV, No.2, (April 1958), pp. 126-27.
Canadian Magazine . Preview Issue. Gander Mural Reproduction. Toronto. 1958. pp. 17-21.
Lochhead, Kenneth. ‘A Tribute to Flight.’ Souvenir from Gander International Airport, Newfoundland. Department of Transport, Ottawa. Queen’s Printer, Ottawa, 1958.
McCullough, Norah. 'The Norman MacKenzie Art Gallery and the School of Art Regina College.' Canadian Art, vol. XV, No. 3. (August 1958) pp. 224-225
The Arts in Canada, ed. Malcolm Ross. Ayre, Robert. ‘Painting.’ Toronto: MacMillan Co. of Canada, 1958, pp.25-26.
Imperial Oil Review, Reproduction on Back Cover. February 1959.
Russell, Franklin. ‘Gander: Where they Expect the Unexpected.’ Imperial Oil Review. vol. 43. no. 1. (February 1959). pp. 25.
Vie Des Art, Reproduction of Kenneth Lochhead Painting. No. 11, 1959.
'Regina College teachers return'. The Leader-Post, Regina, Sept 15, 1959.
Canada 1960 (Official Tourist Handbook), p. 186. (“The Dignitary”, canvas). 1960.
Hubbard, R.H. ‘The National Gallery of Canada Catalogue. Paintings and Sculpture.’ Volume III: Canadian School. 1960. pp. 182.
‘I Remember Dada.’ Time Magazine, Canadian Edition, LXXVI, no. 19 (November 7, 1960), p.17.
'Hectic Hoax Rocks Regina'. Globe and Mail, Nov. 1960.
Canada 1961 (Official Tourist Handbook) p. 305 (Gander Airport Mural).
Cimaise, no. 54. July/August, 1961.
'Five Young Regina Painters Open Their Gallery Exhibit.' The Ottawa Journal, Friday, December 1, 1961.
Fulford, Robert. ‘A Survey of the Work of 24 Young Canadian Artists: Lochhead.' Canadian Art, vol.XVIII, no.1 (January/February 1961), pp.32-33.
Lowe, Arthur. ‘Art in Business.’ The Canadian. A Magazine of Business and National Affairs. preview issue. 1961. pp.17-19.
Riddell, W.A. Norman MacKenzie Legacy. Regina: MacKenzie Art Gallery, 1961.
Saskatchewan Arts Board. 14th Annual Report. ‘Bonspiel’ 1961.
Simmins, Richard. ‘Five Painters from Regina.’ Ottawa: National Gallery of Canada, 1961. (exhibition catalogue)
The Fourth Biennial Exhibition of Canadian Art 1961. Ottawa: National Gallery of Canada, 1961. (exhibition catalogue)
Weiselberger, Carl. ‘Artists Find Art No Easy Subject.’ The Ottawa Citizen, December 1st, 1961.
Eckhardt, Ferdinand. 'Nine Prairie Province Painters.' Painting at Stratford. Stratford, Ontario, 1962. (exhibition catalogue)
Harper, Russell. ‘Three Centuries of Canadian Painting.’ Canadian Art, vol.XIX, no. 6 (November / December 1962), pp. 447-448.
'Three Centuries of Canadian Painting.' Reprint into handout, pp. 43-44.
Chapleau, Jeff. 'A Conversational View of the 79th Spring Exhibition.' The Montrealer, vol. 36, No. 5 (May 1962), pp. 20-21.
'First Canadian Art to be Shown Behind the Iron Curtain.' The Globe and Mail, Jan. 15, 1962.
McCullum, Hugh. 'Five Young Painters Put Prairies on Map.' Canada Month, Vol. 2, No. 3 (March) 1962.
Greenberg, Clement. ‘Clement Greenberg’s View of Art on the Prairies.' Canadian Art, vol. XX, no. 2 (March/April 1963), pp.90-107.
Harper, J. Russell. 'The Contemporary Canadian Scene.' 5th Biennial Exhibition of Canadian Painting. Ottawa, National Gallery of Canada, 1963. pp. 3-6. (exhibition catalogue)
Hubbard, R.H. The Development of Canadian Art, The National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, 1963, pp.126-127.
Marven, Ruth. 'Trifluvians View and Debate Modern Art.' C-I-L Oval, vol. 32, No. 2 (Spring 1963), pp. 5-9.
Zemans, Joyce. ‘Kenneth Lochhead at the Isaacs Gallery, Toronto.’ Canadian Art, vol. XX (May 1963), p. 147.
Bantey, Bill. ‘A Touch of Spring Fever.’ Canadian Art, vol. XXI, no.3 (May/June 1964), pp.118-121.
Greenberg, Clement. 'Post Painterly Abstraction.' Art International. Vol. VIII/ 5-6, Summer 1964, p. 64. Post-Painterly Abstraction. Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1964. (exhibition catalogue) (click on the following link to see article)
Greenberg, Clement. ‘Post Painterly Abstraction.’ Art International. Vol. 5-6.
pp. 64. Summer 1964.
Hudson, Andrew. ‘Some Saskatchewan Painters.’ Art International. Vol. 4. (May 1964) pp.27- 29.
Jarvis, Alan. 'Art in Canada'. Atlantic, Nov. 1964, pp. 124-126.
Langsner, Jules. ‘What’s Next After Abstract Expressionism?’ Canadian Art, vol. XXI, no. 5 (September/October 1964), pp. 282-283.
Malcomson, Harry. “Danby, Lochhead, McKay.” The Toronto Telegram, November 14, 1964, p. 27.
McKay, Arthur. ‘Emma Lake Artists’ Workshop: An Appreciation.’ Canadian Art, vol. XXI, no. 5 (September / October 1964), pp. 280-281.
Lochhead, Kenneth. ‘Yellow Rise.’ Prize Winning Paintings. Representational and Abstract. A Margaret Harold Publication. Book V, 1965. pp.29.
Saint-Martin, Fernande. ‘Lettre de Montreal.’ Art International. Vol. IX/3. (April 1965) pp. 44.
‘The Education of Twelve Practising Artists.’ Canadian Art, vol. XXII, (November/December 1965), p.28.
Townsend, William. 'Introduction.' Sixth Biennial Exhibition of Canadian Painting 1965. Ottawa: National Gallery of Canada, 1965. pp. 4-8, 31. (exhibition catalogue)
Dexter, Gail. ‘Your Guide to Current Canadian Art.’ Chatelaine. The Canadian Home Journal. vol. 39, no. 5. May 1966, pp. 34-35.
Harff, Illi-Maria, ‘La Peinture A Winnipeg 1965-1966.’ Vie Des Arts, Automne, 1966. pp. 68-72.
Harper, J. Russell. Painting in Canada / A History, University of Toronto Press, 1966. pp.394-5, 398.
Kilbourn, Elizabeth. Great Canadian Painting: A Century of Art, Toronto: The Canadian Centennial Library, 1966. p. 111. .
Paradis, Andree. ‘L’Art Des Prairies.’ Vie Des Arts, Automne, 1966.
Silcox, David. 'Canadian Art in the Sixties.' Canadian Art, vol. XXIII, no. 1. (Jan. 1966) pp. 56-57.
Smith, Stuart. Kenneth Lochhead: Paintings 1953-1966. Norman MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, 1966 and Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton, 1967. (exhibition catalogue)
Swinton, George. ‘Lochhead Explores New Art.’ Winnipeg Free Press. January 14th, 1966. p. 23.
Eckhardt, Ferdinand. 'Introduction.' Canadian Art of our Time. Winnipeg: Winnipeg Art Gallery,1967, pp. 5-7. (exhibition catalogue)
Hubbard, R.H.; Ostiguy, J.R.; ‘Three Hundred Years of Canadian Art.’ Ottawa: National Gallery of Canada, 1967. (catalogue) pp. 202-203.
‘The Arts: A Lively Measure.' Time Magazine. Canadian Edition. vol. 89, no. 14. April 7, 1967. pp.17-18.
The Arts in Canada. Ottawa: Dept. of Secretary of State, Citizenship Branch, 1967, pp. 109-111.
Agnes Etherington Art Centre. Queen’s University. Kingston. Permanent Collection. 1968. Kenneth Lochhead. pp.82.
Canada 101: Edinbururg International Festival Catalogue. Kenneth Lochhead. Canada Council / Rothmans of Pall Mall Canada Limited. 1968.
Canada 101: Focus on Art at the Edinburgh Festival. Globe and Mail. August 7th, 1968.
Dictionary of Canadian Artists, ed. Colin MacDonald. Ottawa: Canadian Paperbacks, vol. 2, 1971. (Hedore, Win. p. 414) (Ted Godwin, Kenneth Lochhead, Ron Bloore - Win Hedore).
Harff, Illi-Maria. ‘In the Studios : Manitoba.’ Canadian Art, vol. XXV, no.4 (October / November 1968,) p.48.
Lord, Barry. 'Canada 101 at the Edinburugh Festival.' Arts canada, vol. XXV, No. 4, (Oct/Nov 1968) pp. 35-36.
Marzoff, Helen. Kenneth Lochhead; abstract paintings 1962-1967. Regina: Dunlop Art Gallery, 1968. (exhibition catalogue)
Russell, Paul. ‘Panorama of a Mature Scene. Canada 101: focus on art at the Edinburgh Festival. ’ The Globe Magazine. The Globe and Mail. August 17, 1968. pp. 10-11.
Silcox, David. Paintings and Sculpture by 22 Canadian Artists. Ottawa: Canada Council, 1968. (exhibition catalogue)
Thompson, David. “The Canadian Scene 3.” Studio International, vol. 176, no. 906. (December 1968): 243-244.
Bloore, Ronald L. 'The Prairies.' Artscanada, vol. XXVI, no. 6, (December 1969). pp. 24-29. (Photo by Ken Lochhead)
Bleeks, Shiela. ‘Former Regina Art School Director Now Livens Up The Winnipeg Scene.’ Free Press, Winnipeg, Manitoba. 1969.
Confederation Centre Gallery and Museum. Charlottetown: Confederation Art Gallry, 1969.
Lumsden, Ian. ‘Beaverbrook Art Gallery.’ Artscanada. vol. XXVI, no. 6, (December 1969) p. 71.
Thompson, David. 'A Canadian Scene'. The Canada Council Collection, Ottawa: National Gallery of Canada, 1969. (exhibition catalogue)
Canadian Art Today. ed. William Townsend. London: Studio International, 1970. pp. 45-51, 60, 71-72, 89, 111.
Eckhardt, Ferdinand. 150 Years of Art in Manitoba. Winnipeg: Winnipeg Art Gallery, 1970. (exhibition catalogue)
Ferguson, Gerald. 'A professional lithography workshop', Artscanada, Vol. XXVII, No. 2, (April 1970), pp. 60-61.
Hudson, Andrew. ‘Memories of Saskatchewan.’ Canadian Art Today, London: Studio International. 1970. pp.45-51, 71, 89, 111.
Lochhead, Douglas. Millwood Road Poems with 32 Illustrations by Kenneth Lochhead. Toronto: Roger Ascham Press, 1970.
'Stamps abstract look defended by designer.' The Tribune, Feb. 11, 1970.
Thompson, David. ‘Notes on Three Painters.’ Canadian Art Today, London: Studio International, 1970, pp. 71-72.
Dillow, Nancy. 'Introduction: 1900 to 1950', Saskatchewan: Art and Artists. Regina: Norman MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina Public Library Art Gallery, 1971. pp. 11-15. (exhibition catalogue)
Eckhardt, Ferdinand. Selected Works from the Winnipeg Art Gallery Collection. Winnipeg: Winnipeg Art Gallery, 1971.
Fenton, Terry. ‘The Emma Lake Artists Workshop’. The Norman MacKenzie Art Gallery, May 1971, pp.8-10
'1950 to the Present.' Saskatchewan: Art and Artists. Regina: Norman MacKenzie Art Gallery, Reina Public Library Art Gallery, 1971, pp. 17-19.
Ferguson, Gerald. ‘Introduction.’ Lithographs Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. Halifax: Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, 1971, pp. 6-7, 34-35. (exhibition catalogue)
Greenwood, Micheal. “Kenneth Lochhead: ‘All Colours a Suffusion from that Light’”, artscanada, v.XXVIII (Oct./Nov.1971), pp. 40-47.
King, John. A Documented Study of the Artists’ Workshop at Emma Lake, Saskatchewan, from 1955 to 1970 (B.F.A thesis), University of Manitoba, 1971.
Morgan, Wayne. 'Works on Paper.' Saskatchewan Art and Artists. Regina: Norman MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina Public Library Art Gallery, 1971. pp. 20-22.
Studio International. 'Print-Making at Halifax, Nova Scotia.' vol. 182, no. 939, 1971. pp.263-269.
Wylie, John. '34 Canadians Invested into Order of Canada', The Ottawa Journal, April 1, 1971.
Young, Dennis. ‘Introduction.’ 49th Parallels: New Canadian Art, John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Saratosa, Florida, 1971.
Duval, Paul. Four Decades: The Canadian Group of Painters and their Contemporaries 1930-1970. Toronto: Clarke, Irwin & Co. Ltd., 1972, pp.169-172.
Fraser, Ted. ‘Kenneth Lochhead: An Exhibition of Paintings 1952-1975.’ The Art Gallery of Windsor. 1972. (exhibition catalogue)
Fry, Philip. ‘Lochhead’s Colour Painting.’ Lochhead '72: Recent Paintings by Kenneth Lochhead. The Winnipeg Art Gallery, 1972. (exhibitiona catalogue)
Graham, John W. “Canvases ‘Seductive’.” Winnipeg Free Press. February 3, 1972.
Hammock, Virgil. ‘Introduction.' Kenneth Lochhead Recent Works on Paper. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba, 1972. pp. 9-14. (exhibition catalogue)
‘Lochhead et le pistolet.’ Vie des Arts, no. 67 (Summer 1972), pp. 55-57, 93.
King, John. The Emma Lake Workshops: 1955-1970, 1972.
The Alumni Journal. Front Cover Reproduction of work by Kenneth Lochhead. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba. Spring 1972, Vol. 32. no.3.
The Toronto Dominion Bank Collection of Canadian Art. Toronto: Toronto Dominion Bank. 1972. (catalogue)
Withrow, William. Contemporary Canadian Painting, McClelland & Stewart Ltd., 1972, pp. 97-104.
Zack, David. 'Art McKay, Roots, Regina Five.' Artscanada, vol. XXIX, no. 2. (Spring 1972). pp. 95-96.
Hammock, Virgil. “Virgil Hammock Interviews Kenneth Lochhead.” The Canadian Forum, vol.52, no. 626 (March 1973) pp. 38-41.
Littman, Sol. ‘Leading Canadian Artist Changed Style Dramatically to Concentrate on Colours.’ Toronto Star. Section D, July 30th, 1973. p. 8.
Reid, Dennis. A Concise History of Canadian Painting. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1973, pp. 269-275.
Ashton, Dore. ‘Canadian Art in Review’. artscanada, vol. XXXI, no.3 &4. (December 1974) pp.104-106.
Dictionary of Canadian Artists. ed. Colin MacDonald. Ottawa: Canadian Paperbacks, vol. 4, 1974. (Lochhead, Kenneth Campbell, pp. 876-880)
Lord, Barry. The History of Painting in Canada: Towards a People’s Art. Toronto: NC Press, 1974, pp.209-211, 222.
Richardson, Douglas. 'Art in Architechture.' Artscanada, no. 190/191 (autumn 1974), pp.49-67.
Riddell, W.A. The First Decade 1960-1970. Regina: University of Regina, 1974.
‘Canada: Stamps and Stories.’ Canada Post. Canadian Heritage Stamp designed by Kenneth Lochhead, Ottawa, 1975. p. 58 (no. 505 Illustrated).
McConathy, Dale. ‘Premier Cru / an aside.’ Artscanada, Vol. XXXII, no. 3, (Autumn 1975), pp. 30-31.
Attitudes. Toronto: Ontario Arts Council, 1976. (exhibition catalogue)
Auchterloine, Bill. ‘One out of Ten: A Survey of Contemporary Art in Ontario Now.’ artmagazine. 26/27. vol. 7. pp. 30. May/June 1976. pp. 28-32.
Fenton, Terry. Abstraction West: Emma Lake and After. Ottawa: The National Gallery of Canada, Journal. no. 11, March 1st, 1976.
Lochhead, Kenneth. Kenneth Lochhead. Sackville: Owen Art Gallery, Mount Allison University, 1976 (exhibition catalogue)
Murphy, Steven. ‘Kenneth Lochhead: Past and Present.’ Student Essay for the course of Art Canadien Contemporain, April 1976.
Williamson, Moncrieff. 'Through Canadian Eyes'. Through Canadian Eyes: Trends and Influences in Canadian Art 1815-1965. Calgary: Glenbow-Alberta Institute, 1976. (exhibition catalogue).
Fraser, Ted. ‘Exhibits: Kenneth Lochhead: An Exhibition of Paintings 1952-1975.' Art Gallery of Windsor Projections. November-December Issue. 1977.
Fuford, Robert. An Introduction to the Arts in Canada. Toronto: Copp Clark Publishing, 1977. pp. 80, 84.
Lochhead, Douglas. 'Introduction'. Kenneth Lochhead: An Exhibition of Paintings 1952-1975,’ Art Gallery of Windsor, 1977. (exhibition catalogue)
Pepin, Yves. 'Time to Draw'. Time to Draw. Toronto: Ontario Arts Council, 1977. (exhibition catalogue)
Ross, Alexander. The Booming Fifties 1950/1960. Canada's Illustrated Heritage, Natural Science of Canada Ltd., 1977, pp. 68, 111.
The Shell Canada Collection. Toronto: Shell Canada Limited, 1977. (catalogue)
Time to Draw. Toronto: Ontario Arts Council, 1977. (exhibition catalogue)
Withrow, William J. A Selection from the Canadian Collection of the Art Gallery of Ontario. Toronto: Art Gallery of Ontario, 1977. (exhibition catalogue)
Burke, Lora. “Artist Lochhead Said Revered in Regina.” The Regina Leader Post, March 15, 1978.
Dillow, Nancy. Building a Collection: Norman MacKenzie Art Gallery. Regina: MacKenzie Art Gallery, 1978. p. 53.
'Introduction'. The Saskatchewan Arts Board Collection. Regina: University of Regina. 1978. (exhibition catalogue)
Fenton, Terry; Wilkin, Karen. Modern Painting in Canada: Major Movements in Twentieth Century Canadian Art. ‘Western Canada and the Emma Lake Workshops.’ 1978. pp.81, 87.
Mellen, Peter. Landmarks of Canadian Art. 'Kenneth Lochhead: Inner Release.' Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1978. pp. 224-225.
Murray, Joan. “Joan Murray Interviews Kenneth Lochhead: Selections from a tape-recorded interview in Ottawa November 1977.” Artsmagazine, vol. 9, no. 37 (March/April 1978). pp. 44-48.
Purdie, James. ‘Exhibition Reviews.’ Globe and Mail. June 17th, 1978. p. 38.
Shaffter, Cathy. “A Retrospective Honours Lochhead.” The Winnipeg Tribune. February 4, 1978. p. 32.
Woods, Kay. “A Kenneth Lochhead Retrospective.” artscanada, no. 220/221 (April/May 1978). pp. 38-40.
Allsopp, Judith. ‘K.C.Lochhead’s Arboretums and Landscapes - Spaces of things to Come.’ Artists Review. June 6, 1979. pp.10-11.
Arthur, Cathy. ‘Kenneth Lochhead’ artscanada, no. 228/229 (August/ September 1979) pp. 45-46.
Enright, Robert. ‘Lochhead’s Landscapes Show Continuing Quest.’ Winnipeg Free Press. June 22nd, 1979. p. 27.
Littman, Sol. ‘Lochhead’s Art Turns a Corner.’ Toronto Star, June 3rd, 1979, p. 8.
Purdie, James. ‘Kenneth Lochhead.’ Globe and Mail. June 2nd, 1979. p. 44.
The Bank of Nova Scotia Fine Art Collection, Winnipeg, Manitoba 1979. (catalogue)
Webb, Marshall. ‘Ken Lochhead.’ Arts West. vol 4. no. 5, (September 1979) pp.42-43.
Marcoe, Leonard. ‘Lochhead at Ease in Changed Style.’ Winnipeg Free Press. November 27, 1980. p.68.
Robinson, Rebecca. ‘No Stranger in Paradise.’ Ottawa Revue. January 14, 1980. p. 11.
The Bank of Nova Scotia Fine Art Collection, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. 1980. (catalogue)
Tousley, Nancy. 'Painter Kenneth Lochhead finds inspiration in Alberta Landscape'. Calgary Herald, July 3, 1980.
Woods, Kay. 'The Renascence of Canadian Art 1950-1960', artscanada, vol. XXXVI (Dec. 1979 - Jan. 1980), pp. 26-29.
Jenker, Ingrid. 'Introduction.' Recreating the Landscape. Sarnia: Sarnia Public Library and Art Gallery, 1981. pp. 1-2, 7-8. (exhibition catalogue)
City and Country Home. Other Happenings. Winter Catalogue, 1982/1983, pp. 96-97. (Tapestry exhibition, Stratford Festival).
McKay, Arthur. 'Emma Lake Artist's Workshop. An Appreciation.' artscanada, vol. XXXIX (March 1982), pp. 103-105.
Mendel, Corinne. ‘Regina Five at Creemore.’ Artmagazine. vol. 13. May/June/July 1982. pp. 50-51.
Stratford Festival Brochure. ‘Tapestry Exhibit.’ pp.31-33.
Babinska, Anna. ‘Kenneth Lochhead at Mira Godard Gallery.’ artsmagazine. vol. 24. (Spring 1983) pp.33-34.
Burnett, David; Schiff, Marilyn. Contemporary Canadian Art. ‘Regina and the Emma Lake Workshops’, Toronto: Art Gallery of Ontario, 1983. pp. 126-133.
Visions: Contemporary Art in Canada. ed. Robert Bringhurst, Geoffrey James, Russell Keziere and Doris Shadbolt. Toronto/Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 1983.
Babinska, Anna. ‘Elements of Style in the Paintings of Kenneth Lochhead.’ A Research Essay submitted to the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts. Institute of Canadian Studies. Carleton University, Ottawa. 1985.
Collier, Graham. Form, Space and Vision: An Introduction to Drawing and Design. Fourth Edition. New Jersey, 1985, pp. 59, 60-62.
Buick, Glen. ‘The Dignitary.’ Update: The Edmonton Art Gallery Magazine. Fourth Issue. 1987.
Slate Magazine. Cover Reproduction for Kenneth Lochhead exhibition at the Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto. 1987.
Babinska, Anna. ‘Kenneth Lochhead...A Garden of Delights.’ Ottawa: Arts Court. 1988. (exhibition catalogue)
Enright, Robert. 'Exile is in Our Time like Blood'. Border Crossing, Oct, 1988.
Marzolf, Helen. ‘Kenneth Lochhead: Abstract Paintings 1962-1967.’ Regina: Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina Public Library. 1988. (exhibition catalogue)
Bridge, Jean. Beneath the Surface. Ottawa: Gallery 101, 1989.
Cardiff, Dennis. ‘Kenneth Lochhead: Journey into the garden.’ Art Today. ART 4200. Jan 6, 1989.
‘Mythologies Personnelles Ottawa.’ Vie des Arts. vol. XXXIII, No. 134, March 1989. pp. 72-73.
Stevenson, Barbara. ‘Ted Godwin’s “Brown Trout Tartan Move,” 1970.’ Art Carleton. Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1989. pp. 107-115.
Teitelbaum, Matthew. The Mendel Art Gallery, Twenty Five Years of Collecting. Saskatoon: Mendel Art Gallery, 1989. pp. 6, 57.
The Flat Side of the Landscape: The Emma Lake Artists' Workshops. ed John O'Brian. Essays ed. John O'Brian, Ann Morrison, David Howard, Matthew Teitelbaum, Terry Atkinson. Saskatoon: Mendel Art Gallery, 1989.
Art Gallery of Ontario Selected Works. Toronto: Art Gallery of Ontario, 1990. pp. 52, 349.
Riddell, W.A. The MacKenzie Art Gallery, Norman MacKenzie's Legacy, Regina: MacKenzie Art Gallery, 1990.
Smart, Tom. The Collection. London Regional Art and Historical Museums. 1990. p. 70.
Newman, Marketa. ‘The Biographical Dictionary of Saskatchewan Artists,’ Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. 1991.
Riddell, W.A. ‘How Well I Remember.’ Regina, 1991. pp. 51-54,77.
Farm Credit Corporation Calendar. Reproduction of 'Centre Light' (June 1992).
Leclerc, Denise. The Crisis of Abstraction in Canada: The 1950s. Ottawa: National Gallery of Canada, 1992. pp. 139-140. (exhibition catalogue).
Royal Canadian Legion. Branch No. 1. Regina. Regina: Ex. Service Women of Regina Branch No. 1, 1992.
Achieving the Modern: Canadian Abstract Painting and Design in the 1950's. Winnipeg: Winnipeg Art Gallery, 1993. (exhibition catalogue)
Enright, Robert. 'The Principals of Uncertainty', Border Crossings: A Magazine of the Arts, vol. 12, no. 1 (Winter 1993), pp. 41-48.
Fulford, Robert. ‘The Greenberg Effect’ Canadian Art, vol. 10, no. 2, Summer/June, 1993. pp. 18-19,21.
Kiyooka, Roy. ‘Five Plus One'. Border Crossings: A Magazine of the Arts. Vol. 12. no.1. (Winter 1993) pp. 43-44.
Ring, Dan. The Urban Prairie. Saskatoon: Fifth House Publishers, 1993. (exhibition catalogue)
Graham, Greg. ‘Trade-Marks and Artistic Expression.’ Carnet: A Magazine for Visual Artists. vol. 2, no. 1, 1994. pp. 50-53.
Babinska, Anna. 'Kenneth Lochhead: Forest Interior'. Kenneth Lochhead Recent Paintings. Ottawa: City of Ottawa, 1995. (exhibition catalogue)
Saskatchewan Arts Board Christmas Card. Reproduction of ‘The Bonspiel’.
Henault, Gilles. ‘Voici Venir le Temps.’ Literature Quebecoise. Quebec: Editions Hurtubise, 1996. p. 159.
Contemporary Canadian Artists. ed. Robert Lang. Toronto: Gale Canada, 1997. pp. 336-339.
Significant Treasures / Tresors Parlants. ed. June Ardiel. Toronto: Canadian Federation of Friends of Museums. 1997. pp. 144-145.
Lochhead, Douglas. ‘Millwood Road Poems, with 32 Illustrations by Kenneth Lochhead.’ Sackville, N.B. Harrier Editions. 1998.
Rachlis, Louise, '13th Annual Elmwood Art Fair.' The Ottawa Citizen. Nov 1, 1998. (reproduction)
Vista: Saskatchewan Perspectives. Regina: MacKenzie Art Gallery, Dec. 1998 - Feb. 1999. (catalogue)
Fife, Robert. ‘Your Very Own Portrait of Clarkson, Saul for $15,000’, The National Post. A7. Ottawa. October 20, 1999.
Gessell, Paul. ‘The art cupboard is bare.’ The Ottawa Citizen. Art Section. Sept 23, 1999.
Murray, Joan. ‘Canadian Art in the Twentieth Century.’ Toronto: Dundurn Press. 1999.
pp. 110, 112, 115, 132- 133.
Schowalter, Ellen. ‘In the Garden of Painterly Delights.’ The Glebe Report. Sept 1999. pp.18-19.
The National Post. ‘Clarkson on Canvas: Ottawa Artist Captures ‘Glamour and panache’ of vice-regal couple.’ Canada Section. A8. Oct 21, 1999.
Verrall, Krys. ‘Five Painters in Ottawa: the Governance of Exhibitionary Spaces.’ Masters Thesis. York University. 1999.
Arseneau, Laura. ‘Stratford Show Celebrates Spectrum of Canadian Art.’ The Ottawa Citizen. July 12, 2000.
Katz, Beth. ‘Above all, let there be light.’ Parkhurst Exchange. vol. 8, no. 12, Dec 2000. pp. 60-61, 78-79.
Making it New! (the big sixties show). Windsor: Art Gallery of Windsor, 2000. (exhibition catalogue)
The Lester B. Pearson Building Brochure. Home to Canada’s Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, 2001. p. 19.
Selected Books, Catalogues and Magazine Articles 2001 – present
Enright, Robert. ‘Colour Becomes Symbol in These Dazzling Paintings.’ The Globe and Mail. Visual Arts. R6. February 24, 2001.
Levesque, Claire. ‘Concerto Rouge.’ Roman. Kenneth Lochhead Reproduction on the front cover of novel. Winnipeg. 2001.
Rhodes, Richard. ‘A First Book of Canadian Art.’ Toronto: Owl Books. 2001. p. 49.
Vajcner, Mark. ‘Looking Back, Looking Forward.’ University of Regina Report. University Archives. Feb 13, 2001. p. 4.
Reynolds, Mark. ‘The Emma Lake Encounters.’ The Beaver: Canada’s History Magazine. vol. 81:6. December 2001/January 2002. pp. 8-14. (With corrections by Kenneth Lochhead)
Cultures of Citizenship in Post-War Canada 1940- 1955. ed. Nancy Christie and Michael Gauvreau. Montreal and Kingston: McGill- Queen's University Press, 2003. (Cover reproduction of 'Return to Humanity', 1955)
Lochhead, Douglas. 'In Fall Forest, Garden, Book and Prison'. Descant 123, The Winter Reader. Toronto: Descant Arts and Letters 2003, pp. 95-111.
Euteneier, Anita. 'Artswatch: Lochhead's Art, Politics and History'. http://www.ottawaexpress.ca. October 28, 2004.
Martins, Tony. 'Ken Lochhead: An apolitical portrait'. Guerilla magazine. http://www.getguerilla.ca. October 2004.
Phimister, Leslie. 'Kenneth Lochhead: Painting the Limitless Space.' Dispatch- the Newsletter of Canadian Artists Representation, Ontario, Vol. 10, Issue 11, (Sept 2004), pp. 6-7.
Babinska, Anna. 'Artist Unbound. Works on Paper by Kenneth Lochhead, 1955-1993.' Ottawa: Carleton University Art Gallery, 2005. (exhibition catalogue)
Benner, Judy. For the Love of the Farm Exhibit. Ottawa: Friends of the Experimental Farm, Summer 2005, pp. 6-7.
Brennan, Brian. ‘Kenneth Lochhead: Homage to a Leader.’ gallerieswest. Vol 4. No 1. (Spring 2005) pp.38-41.
Enright, Robert. ‘In the garden of Lochhead.’ Globe and Mail. Review Section. April 8, 2005.
Fraser, Ted. ‘Kenneth Lochhead: Garden of Light. 1948 to 2002.’ Regina: MacKenzie Art Gallery, 2005. (exhibition catalogue)
Gessell, Paul. ‘The Mystery Man’. The Ottawa Citizen. Arts, May 16. 2005.
The New York Times Style Magazine. 'When the Going was Good'. March 2005. pp. 138-139, 169. (Gander Airport)
Babinska, Anna. 'Kenneth Lochhead'. Baden, Beauchemin, Frenkel, Gale, Lochhead, Maggs, Wintonick: The Governor General's Awards in Visual and Media Arts, 2006. Ottawa: Canada Council for the Arts, 2006.
Gessell, Paul. 'A master artist gets his due', The Ottawa Citizen, March 15, 2006.
McKay, John. 'Gov.-Gen. honours artists.' The Chronicle Herald. March 2006.
Gessell, Paul. 'An Artist exits: 'I've gotta go', The Ottawa Citizen, July 18, 2006.
Martin, Sandra. 'Kenneth Lochhead, Artist and Educator 1926-2006', The Globe and Mail, Obituaries.
Nasgaard, Roald. Abstract Painting in Canada. Toronto: Douglas and McIntyre/ Halifax: Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, 2007. pp. 120, 143-165.
Bloom, Glen A. and Emily Falvey. Contemporary Art Collection. Ottawa: Ottawa Art Gallery, 2008, p. 59.
Cronin, Ray. Arena: The Art of Hockey. Halifax: Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, 2008. (exhibition catalogue), pp. 78-79, 103.
Docents' Choice: Canadian Acquisitions from the Past 20 Years. Fredericton: Beaverbrook Art Gallery, 2008. (exhibition catalogue)
Falvey, Emily and Rob McLennan. Evidence. Montreal: ABC Art Books Canada, 2008.
Lochhead, Douglas. Looking into Trees - Poems. Illustrations by Kenneth Lochhead. Sackville, N.B. Sybertooth Inc. 2009.