The Waterbury Republican-American, 2004 - "Reawakening Dr. King's Dream" by Sarah Sparks - "Gunnery's tribute rocks with songs, stories, hope"..............Read More (443KB PDF file)
Connecticut Center for the Book, 2004 - Book Award Nominee..............Read More (158KB PDF file)
Folk Art Messenger, Summer/Fall 2003 - "With the confidence of a practiced storyteller, Winfred Rembert turned on a faucet of words, and they poured over us...His story, like those of many African-American self-taught artists from the rural South, begins with disinheritance"..............Read More (web page)
Ask Magazine, November/December 2003 - Article by Winfred Rembert entitled "Winfred's Toy Shop" - "Artist Winfred Rembert was born in Cuthbert, Georgia, in 1945. Life was hard, but it could also be fun, especially if you knew how to make your own toys"..............Read More (578KB PDF file)
The Hartford Courant, September 17, 2000 - "Colorful, evocative folk art by Winfred Rembert on display at Yale"..............Read More (1.6MB PDF file)
Footsteps - African-American History Magazine (the magazine cover is one of Winfred's pieces) - "Meet Winfred Rembert" by Jock Reynolds. "He was born in 1945, black and poor, in the rural town of Cuthbert, Georgia".............Read More (1.2MB PDF file)
Yale Bulletin and Calendar, September 1, 2000 - "Artist's creations depict black life in the rural south"..............Read More (535KB PDF file)