Orville makes exquisitely detailed, photo-like monotypes of Pacific Northwest landscapes, with wide skies, windblown trees, and morphing masses of clouds. They convey a sense of space, movement, and the interplay of ephemeral moments and geological time.

– The Stranger, 2019

Four Seasons Magazine, Issue 2, 2020
Bill Galvani, First Impressions: The Process of Printmaker Wendy Orville,
Bainbridge Magazine, Summer 2019
Stefan Milne, 5 Shows to See at April Art Walk,
Seattle Met Magazine, April 3, 2019
T.S Flock, First Thursday Art Walk Guide: April 2019,
Vanguard Seattle, April 4, 2019
Miranda Metcalf, Episode Eleven|Wendy Orville, Podcast and Article,
Hello, Print Friend, March 27, 2019
Singular & Serial: Contemporary Monotype and Monoprint
Catherine Kernan & E. Ashley Rooney. Schiffer Publishing, Ltd. Available March 2019. Book that features monotypes by Wendy Orville.
Artists I Love: Wendy Orville Upcoming at Davidson Galleries
Iskra Fine Art, 2019
Wendy Orville: above & below|recent monotypes
The Stranger, Seattle, 2019
Wendy Orville working Wendy Orville: The Art of Monotype
Bainbridge Island Review, 2017
Deep Cuts, Episode 13: “A reflection of who we have been, who we want to be”
Shelly Leavens, The Meural Sketchbook, 2016
Wendy Orville’s monoprints may look like photographs, but…
Contemporary QuiltArt Association, 2015
To Be Alone Together: Studio visit with Wendy Orville
Museum of Northwest Art, 2014
Pioneer Square Art Walk: February 2014
Vanguard Seattle, 2014
Bainbridge Island Museum of Art
Video, 2012
Wendy Orville and Doug Nathan: Finding Joy in the Ordinary
Different Work, Lori Kane and Bas de Baar. 2012.
Keeping the good work rolling - Bainbridge Review and Wendy Orville Keeping the Good Work Rolling
Bainbridge Review, October 17, 2007
Seattle Print Arts survey keeps the audience on its toes
Seattle Post Intelligencer, January 27, 2006
Short Reviews
The Magazine, Santa Fe, NM, October 1995
Slingshot Hits a Bulls Eye
The Taos News, July 1995
Marc Baseman / Wendy Orville
The Magazine, July 1992
The Spare Landscape Evokes Emotion
New Haven Register, November, 1989