" In Moline-Kramer's world, animals define themselves through concentrated naturalness, humans through brazen artifice - and the two modes of conscious being meet in a reciprocal gaze".

Richard Vine -  Editor, Art in America


" Moline-Kramer's layered work has for more than a decade explored and tested the limits not only of what we perceive , but how we perceive. In so doing, her art asks us to question the arbitrary distinctions that are often too easily made between "abstraction" and "realism". 

Dominique Nahas - NY Independent Curator & Critic


Art Daily News, Abstract Narratives, Bobbie Moline-Kramer, June 7, 2019

Museum of Art and Science, Art and Cake, LA, Peace on Earth at MOAH, Lancaster, CA, 2019

Art Daily News, Sense of Ice at Lichtundfire, December 8, 2018

Art Daily News, Luxurious Growth at Lichtundfire, August 14, 2018

Lichtundfire, “Parallel Fields”, curator, Dominick Lombardi, 2018

Waterloo, Iowa Courier 2018 

Free Form Five, Huffington Post, Dominick Lombardi, October 1, 2017

Free Form Five, d'Art International, Christopher Chambers, October 2017 

Modern Art Blitz, 2017

Elga Wimmer Gallery, Free Form Five, curator Dominick Lombardi, 2017

Richard Vine, Managing Editor Art in America "Bobbie Moline-Kramer," Oct. 2016

The Huffington Post, Shana Nys Dambrot, "Bobbie Moline-Kramer and the Shape of Abstract Narrative," Aug.4, 2016

"Artist Critiques Themselves", Carnegie Museum, Moderator Shana Nys Dambrot, July, 2016

"Bobbie Moline-Kramer talks at Moorpark College," Feb. 2, 2016

Ventura County Reporter, Arts and Culture, Susan Zannos, "Subjective Truths at Carnegie," Oct. 1st, 2015

“Free Evening of Art”, The Ardmoreite Newspaper, No. 303, Goddard Center, OK, Oct. 15, 2015

“The Art of Trac 2015 Exhibition Catalog”, CA Lutheran University (with Carnegie Museum Oxnard), Sept 2015, pgs. 129-132

“Bobbie Moline-Kramer Interview”, National Public Radio (KAMU), College Station,TX, July 28 2015

"An Interview With Bobbie Moline-Kramer by Art Critic Peter Frank," Mar. 29, 2015

LAiCreatives, Francaesca Seiden, "Our Willingness to Experience Art Through 'One Thing,'" Mar. 24, 2015

 Glasstire, Alison Edmark, "Bobbie Moline-Kramer: As Above, So Below," Mar. 1, 2015

LAist, Christine Ziemba, "Weekend Planner: 20 Things to do in Los Angeles," Feb. 19, 2015

Art Odyssey, "Bobbie Moline-Kramer."

The Ardmoreite Newspaper, No. 303, Goddard Center..., October 15, 2015

"Bobbie Moline-Kramer." Interview by Penny Zant. NPR/PBS -KAMU. College Station, TX, 30 July 2015. 

TimeOut, "As Above, So Below: New Mixed-Media Works by Bobbie Moline-Kramer."

GiaOnTheMove, "As Above, So Below: Realism & Abstraction at Red Pipe Gallery," Feb. 25, 2015

LAist, Christine Ziemba, "Weekend Planner: 20 Things to do in Los Angeles," Feb. 19, 2015

Tri-fold color brochure "Bobbie Moline-Kramer," essay by art critic Dominique Nahas, produced by Katherine T. Carter & Associates.

“Bobbie Moline-Kramer, Our Willingness..”, Franceasca Seiden, Los Angeles Independent Creatives Spotlight, Mar. 24, 2015  

“As Above So Below: Artist Reception and Talk, Moline-Kramer”,, Feb 27, 2015 

“Bobbie Moline-Kramer, As Above So Below”, Alison Edmark,, Feb. 27 2015

“As Above So Below..”, Franceasca Seiden,, Feb. 27, 2015

“Bobbie Moline-Kramer, gia on the, Feb. 25, 2015

 “As Above So Below: Snow Monkeys Realism and Abstraction”, CD, music Geoff Levin, Feb 2015

“As Above So Below”, Weekend Planner: 20 Things to Do in Los Angeles, Christine N. Ziemba, Arts and Entertainment, LAist, Feb. 19, 2015.

“As Above So Below”, Bobbie Moline-Kramer, World Time, Feb 19, 2015

As Above So Below, 2015 

“Bobbie Moline-Kramer and the Play of Presence, Exhibition Catalog, Dominique Nahas, Jan 2014

 “All That Remains”, LCG Exhibition Catalog, March 2010

Rene de Loffre, Art Commentator, 2010

“Portraits of the Soul”, Roberta Carasso, Coast Magazine, Arts, March 2008, pg. 110

Long Beach Museum of Art, “About Face: Portraiture Now, 2008.

“About Face”, Portraiture Now at LBMA”, The Creativity Network, Dec. Events, Dec. 6, 2007

“Art Does An ‘About Face’ At Long Beach Museum”, Shirley Gottlieb, Long Beach Press Telegram, Entertainment Art, October 26, 2007

Bobbie Moline-Kramer, ‘Face to Face’, Venice Magazine, Venice Calendar of Events, Feb. 2006

“Continuing and Recommended, Bobbie Moline-Kramer”, ArtScene, March 2006, pg. 20  

“Happiness: Laughter (Cheryl)”, Art MoCo, Painting: March 12, 2006

“Face to Face, Bobbie Moline-Kramer”, Paul Kopeikin Gallery Exhibition Catalog, Feb. 2006

" A Mart For New Art", Suzanne Muchnic, Los Angeles Times, Calendar H, January 23, 2005

“Art LA, 2005”, Exhibition Catalogue, Paul Kopeikin Gallery, January, 2005, pg. 31

"California Realism Explored", Michael Hixon, Beach Reporter, January 22,2004

"To C And Be Seen", Lynn Morgan, California Homes Magazine, January/February, 2004

"Group Show: Urban Anatomy", Patrick Day, Los Angeles Times, June 29,2003

"New Gallery", Arthur Babble, Picklebird, Los Angeles Alternative Art Magazine, June, 2003

"Transcendent Landscapes Are OnThe Horizon" Lydia Ringwald, Laguna News-Post Oct 17,2002

“Women Artists on Display”, Jane Mesaano, The Providence Journal, November 2001

“Docents Muse at Carnegie in Oxnard”, Cate Brown, The Star, September 5, 2000 

“Fooling the Eye, With Love", Josef Woodard, Los Angeles Times, Out & About, April 9, 2000

“Art Calendar Cover”, Dot Krause, Art Calendar, December, 1999

"Palette of Artists", Josef Woodard, Los Angeles Times, Out & About, August 8, 1999

“This Piece (Fading)”, Edward Rubin, juror, Manhattan Arts International, July-August 1999

"On Location in Malibu: Paintings By The California Art Club", Exhibition Catalogue, 

Weisman Museum of Art and Phippen Museum of Art, Prescott, Arizona, 1999 pg. 44, 68

“Prize Winners from  Women’s Artworks 7 Are Announced”, Business Wire Magazine, Sept, 1998


 Paula Rudnick, Auction Committee Member (MOCA), Los Angeles, CA

The Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA

Warner Brothers Studios, Los Angeles, CA

The Wall Street Journal, New York, New York

Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C.

Carnegie Art Museum, Oxnard, CA

Robert Gore-Rifkind Foundation, Los Angeles, CA

Carrie Horwitch, Horwitch Gallery, Seattle, Washington

Amy Coane, Director, Venice Art Walk, Santa Monica, CA

Will Ramsay, Founder, Affordable Art Fair, AAF, London, England

Howard Tullman, Hindsight, Chicago, Ill.

Joni Rehnborg, Women of Vision, OC, Laguna Beach, CA

Vincent M. Cummings, Director, Aids Research Alliance, Los Angeles, CA