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General:
“Art Hazard News.” Chicago Artists Resource. Web. Sept. 2014
Hamilton, Susanne. Health Hazards and Safety Tips for Artists.  n.p. 2000. PDF
“The Healthy Artist Guide to a Less Toxic Studio.” Environmental Defence. n.p., n.d. Web. Sept. 2014
“HAZ-MAP: Hobbies” U.S. National Library of Medicine. National Institute of Health. Aug. 2014. Web. Sept. 2014
Kiekeben Friedhard, and Nina Lawrin. Nontoxicprint. Web. Sept. 2014
Ouimet, Thomas. Safety Guide for Art Studios. United Educators, 2000. PDF
“Recent Toxicological Issues” Duke University Medical Center, Duke Occupational Health Service. May 2014. Web. Sept 2014
“Recycling in My Community” Massachusetts Energy and Environmental Affairs. n.d. Web. Sept. 2014
Rossol, Monona. The Health & Safety Guide for Film, TV, & Theater. Allworth Press, 2000. Print
Sikes, Lucinda. Art & the Craft of Avoidance. Internet Archie, ERIC. Public Interest Research Groups, Sept. 1991. Web/PDF. Sept. 2014
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. Art and Craft Safety Guide. Pub. No. 5015. PDF
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and Pratt Institute. Environmental Health & Safety in the Arts: A guide for K-12 Schools, Colleges and Artisans. n.p., n.d. PDF
 
Paints:
Annarummo, Pamela, et al. Best Management Practices for Fine Art Studios. Narragansett Bay Commission. N.d. PDF. Sept. 2014
Bissett, Robert. “The Secret of Oil Painting Without Solvents.” Buildart. N.d. Web. Sept. 2014
MacEvoy, Bruce. “How Watercolor Paints are Made.” Handprint. N.p. 2005. Web. Sept. 2014
 “Encaustic Safety.” R & F Handmade Paints. N.d. Web. Sept. 2014
Encaustic Technical Information: Temperature Chart. R & F Handmade Paints. N.d.  PDF. Sept. 2014
Massachusetts Chemical Fact Sheet Cadmium and Cadmium Compounds. The Massachusetts Toxics Use Reduction Institute. June 2008. PDF. Jan 2015
Massachusetts Chemical Fact Sheet Formaldehyde. The Massachusetts Toxics Use Reduction Institute. Mar 2013. PDF Jan 2015
Myers, David. “Color of Art Pigment Database.” Art is Creation. 2013. Web. Sept. 2014
Mebane, Leah. “A guide to non-toxic painting.” Artists & Illustrators. 2011. Web. Sept. 2014
Natural Earth Paint. Vibrant Press. 2014. Web. Sept. 2014
 
Dry Drawing Media:
“Art Studios.” Modern Alchemy Air Purifiers, 2014. Web. Sept. 2014
“Dry Drawing Media.” Florida State University, n.d. Web. Sept. 2014
Rossol, Monona. “Is Your Pastel Studio Safe?” Artistsnetwork. Jan. 2008. Web. Sept. 2014
Waddell, Dave. “Hidden Hazards in the Arts: Toxic metals In paints and pastels.” Video. Youtube. King County, Feb. 2014. Web. Sept. 2014
 
Printmaking:
Adam, Robert, and Carol Robertson. Intaglio: Acrylic-Resist Etching, Collagraphy, Engraving, Drypoint, Mezzotint. Thames & Hudson, 2008. Print.
Adam, Robert, and Carol Robertson.  Screenprinting: The Complete Water-based System. Thames & Hudson, 2004. Print.
Dejidas, Lloyd P. “Alcohol-free Printing” Graphic Arts Technical Foundation. No. 74. PDF. Sept. 2014
“An Evaluation of Substitute Blanket Washes” Design for the Environment Program. EPA, n.d. PDF. Sept. 2014
Green, Cedric. Green Prints. Aug. 2014. Web. Sept. 2014
Hazelett, James. Citrasolv. 2012. Web. Sept. 2014
Howard, Keith. The Contemporary Printmaker: Intaglio-Type & Acrylic Resist Etching. White Cross Pr, 2003. Print.
“Intaglio Printing” HAZMAP. U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institute of Health n.d. Web. Sept. 2014
“International Waterless Printing Association.” IWPA, 2014. Web. Sept. 2014
Kahn, Maurice. “Starch-Based Serigraphy.” Nontoxic Print, 2011. Web. Sept. 2014
“Lithography Printing” HAZMAP. U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institute of Health n.d. Web. Sept. 2014
“A Pollution Prevention Guide for the Printing Industry.” Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control, 1996. Web. Sept. 2014
“Printers’ National Environmental Assistance Center.” PNEAC, n.d. Web. Sept. 2014
 “Printing.” Toxics Use Reduction Institute, 1997. Web. Sept. 2014
“Safer Printmaking.” Warringah Printmakers Studio, Nov. 2013. Web. Sept. 2014
Semenoff, Nik. “Waterless Lithography Using Common Caulking Silicone” Polymetaal. Oct. 1999. Web. Sept. 2014
“Vegetable Ester Blanket Washes” Design for the Environment. EPA, Oct. 1996. PDF. Sept. 2014
 
Photography:
Fabbri, Malin. “Anthotypes- step by step instructions to making a print using plants.” Alternative Photography. n.d. web. Sept. 2014
“The Frugal Photographer’s Non-toxic Pinhole Camera Developer” Frugal Photographer. n.d. Web. Sept. 2014
“Health & Safety: General Information” ILFORD. n.d. Web. Sept 2014.
McCann, Michael. Photographic Processing Hazards. University of Santa Cruz, Environmental Health and Safety. PDF. Sept. 2014.
“Photo Processor Forms.” Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs. Web. Sept. 2014
Rossol, Monona, and Susan Shaw. Overexposure: Health Hazards in Photography. New York: Allworth Press, 1991. Print.
“Safe and Healthful Darkroom Practices.” The University of Hawai‘i. n.p. n. d. PDF. Sept 2014
“Safety and Disposal Guidelines for the Use of Photographic Chemicals.” University of Florida, Environmental Health and Safety. PDF. Sept. 2014
Sprinkle, Terri. “Toning Black & White Photographs with Organic Materials.” Alternative Photography. n.d. Web. Sept. 2014
 
Ceramics:
Ceramic Hazards and their Controls. Noel Arnold & Associates, 2003. PDF. Sept 2014
“Ceramics Making” HAZMAP. U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institute of Health n.d. Web. Sept. 2014
Ceramics Safety Manual. HACC, Department of Environmental Health and Safety. 2012. PDF. Sept 2014
“Clay, Glaze and Firing Toxic Materials List.” Lakeside Pottery. Web. Sept. 2014
“Health Impacts of Toxins in Polymer Clays.” VIRG. Hidden Hazards, 2002. PDF. Sept. 2014
“Potter Warren MacKenzie’s Enduring Craft” NPR 26 April, 2005. Web.
Zindel, Laura. “The “Green” Ware Question.” OneBlackBird.Blogspot, 23 July, 2007. Web. Sept. 2014
 
Metal, Glass, Sculpture:
Babin, Angela. “Lead Hazards.” Chicago Artists Resource. Center for Safety in the News, 1994. Web. Sept 2014.
Decker, Ute. “First Steps to Green Your Jewellery.” n.d. Web. Sept. 2014
“Glassblowing” HAZMAP. U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institute of Health n.d. Web. Sept. 2014
“Jewelry Making” HAZMAP. U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institute of Health n.d. Web. Sept. 2014
Herman, Jeffrey. “Safer Alternatives.” Society of American Silversmiths. 2014. Web. Sept. 2014
“Jewelry & Glass Safety Manual.” HACC, Department of Environmental Health and Safety. 2012. PDF. Sept. 2014
Lewton-Brain, Charles. The Jewelry Workshop Safety Report. Calgary: Brain Press Ltd, 1998. Print.
Massachusetts Chemical Fact Sheet Lead. The Massachusetts Toxics Use Reduction Institute. Oct. 2007. PDF. Jan. 2015
“Sculpture.” Baylor University, Environmental Health & Safety. n.d. Web. Sept 2014
Weiss, Linda. “Potentially Harmful Substances Encountered by the Metalsmith.” SNAG, “The Metalsmithing Papers.” (1981). Rpt. In The Ganoskin Project. Web. Sept. 2014
 
Fixatives, Solvents, Adhesives:
McJunkin, Ryan. “Using Skim Milk as a Drawing Fixative.” 2012. Web. Sept. 2014
SpectraFix. Ms Natural. n.d. Web. Sept. 2014.
Waddell, Dave. “Hidden Hazards in the Arts: Paints, Solvents, and Adhesives.” Video. Youtube. King County, Feb. 2014. Web. Sept. 2014
 
 

 
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