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Online Articles

Everything Alabama blog: 'Renowned glass artist Ginny Ruffner's work and life are inspiring,' Peter Baldaia, Huntsville, AL. Sept. 2011.
Daily Journal of Commerce: 'Sheraton transforms 7th Avenue with a garden,' Jennifer Guthrie, Seattle, WA. July 2011.
Seattle Met blog" 'Culture Fiend, New Seattle Public Art, Ginny Ruffner's The Urban Garden,' Lisa Han, Seattle, WA. July 2011.
Seattle Times, 'A Not so Still Life: Ginny Ruffner documentary draws you in,' Moria Mcdonald. July 2011.
SeattleWeekly.com: 'A Not So Still Life: The Fall and Rise of local artist Ginny Ruffner,' Brian Miller, Seattle, WA. July 2011.
Reno Gazette-Journal, “Artist travels to Reno for showing of film depicting her survival story," Forrest Hartman. July 2011.
Wine-blog.org, Meeting someone extraordinary - beyond Karen Stanton is Ginny Ruffner, Jo Diaz. July 2011.
Curbed, Urban Garden Finally Almost Finished, Kelly Skahan, Seattle, WA. June 2011.
Capital City Arts Initiative blog: 'Save the Date: To meet Ginny Ruffner, Colin Robertson, Reno, NV.' June 2011.
King5.com: 'Kinetic flowerpot sculpture planted in Seattle,' Seattle, WA. June 2011.
Seattle Times: 'A five-ton ‘Urban Garden’ is planted downtown,' June 2011.
Webtalkradio.net, Healing Through Creativity with Dr. Desiree Cox. June 2011.
Puget Sound Business Journal, "Soon: giant flowerpot sculpture on a Seattle Corner," Patti Payne. June 2011.
Puget Sound Business Journal blog, Soon: giant flowerpot sculpture. June 2011.
The Seattle PI blog, World renowned artist Ginny Ruffner and 'A Not So Still Life' to appear in Langley, Sue Frause. April 2011.
Seattle Channel 21, ArtZone: Nancy Guppy interviews Ginny Ruffner, Seattle, WA. February 2011.
AmericanStyle Magazine: 'Style Spotlight: Inside the Mind of an Artist,' Claire Patterson Blome, Issue 74 November 2010.
CityArts, "Curator's Eye: Bellevue Arts Museum, When Worlds Collide," Tim Appelo. October 2010.
Seattle Times.nwsource.com: 'Ginny Ruffner's art blooms at Bellevue Arts Museum and on film,' Gayle Clemans October 23, 2010.
Puget Sound Business Journal: 'Sheraton to put a 'garden walk' on 7th,' August 11, 2010.
Seattle Times.nwsource.com: 'Locally made documentaries showcased at Seattle International Film Festival,' Moira Macdonald May 15, 2010.
The Glass Quarterly Hot Sheet blog: 'Three Questions…for Ginny Ruffner,' April 10, 2010.
Gene Stout, 'Graham Nash and Seattle artist Ginny Ruffner collaborate on EMP sculpture,' February 2010.
Seattle PostGlobe, "'Taking Aim': EMP's exhibit of rock 'n' roll photos selected by Graham Nash," Gene Stout. February 6, 2010.
American Craft Magazine, "A Very Touchable Trio," Beverly Sanders. 2009.
TheScientist.com: 'Aesthetic Engineering SlideShow,' November 2007.
'Aesthetic engineering: Ginny Ruffner interprets science through glass sculpture,' by Jonathan Scheff. 2007.
Palm Springs Life: 'The Art of the Comeback,' Steven Biller. February 2006.
NPR, Audio Interview, Weekend America: Featured Artist, "A Charmed Life?" March, 2006.
National Public Radio (NPR): 'American Weekend: A Charmed Life?,' Featured Artist, Audio interview 2006.
'ETERNAL SUNSHINE.' by Bonnie Gangelhoff. 2005.
Art Guide Northwest, (cover) "Ginny Ruffner’s Flowering Tornado," Regina Hackett. 2005.
Columbia Museum of Art: "Creativity: The Flowering Tornado, Art by Ginny Ruffner." February 7, 2004.
Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art: “Creativity: The Flowering Tornado, art by Ginny Ruffler.” October 3, 2004.

'Creativity: The Flowering Tornado: Art by Ginny Ruffner (Learning from Exhibitions),' by Mark M. Johnson. January 2003.

Atlantic Unbound: 'The Art of Overcoming,' by Sheila Farr. November 1998.
Chicago Reader: 'On Exhibit: the artist and the damage done,' by Fred Camper. October 1998.
The New York Times: 'Starting From Scratch,' by Ellen Pall. 1995.
The New York Times: ‘A Celebration of a Milestone in Glass Artistry,’ Betty Freudenheim. Nov. 1992.
The Seattle Times: 'Injured Artist Ginny Ruffner's Alive And Getting Well In New York.' October 29, 1992.