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The Dodge Blog, The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation,  New Gallery at 14 Maple exhibit features work by 39 New Jersey women artists, March 12, 2018.

Janet Purcell, The Times of Trenton, Entertainment section, “Fine Arts: Must-see exhibit in Trenton,” May 10, 2017:
“Also in that room is Claudia Waters' brightly colored energetic oil painting, "Two-figure Dive" where two legs and feet can be seen not yet submerged with the rest of the red- and blue-clad body in the swirling turquoise water.”

The New York Times, Westchester Calendar Highlight, Merge/Submerge, Katonah Museum of Art, Tri-State Juried Show, Feb. 1, 2015.

Parks, Steve, Newsday, Long Island Arts Highlight, Merge/Submerge, Steinberg Museum of Art at Hillwood show, July 5, 2013.

The New York Times, Long Island Calendar Highlight, Merge/Submerge, Steinberg Museum of Art at Hillwood show, June 16, 2013.

The New York Times, New Jersey Calendar Highlight, Zoetrope 3, Monmouth Museum show, Jan. 13, 2013.


Joan Finn, The Montclair Times, "Johnson & Johnson hosts exhibit by Montclair artist Claudia Waters," Jan. 3, 2013.

The New York Times, New Jersey Calendar Highlight, Gull With Reflection, Metro Show 29 at cWOW, Dec. 2, 2012.

Dan Bischoff, The Star-Ledger, Claudia Waters at Johnson & Johnson, Nov. 8, 2012:
"Waters paints candid, figurative paintings showing people at the Shore and in pools as contemporary scenes in which the human body is visible and expressive."

Joan Finn, The Montclair Times, "Montclair artist Claudia Waters captures the moment at the seashore," June 28, 2012.

Benjamin Genocchio, The New York Times, Works From New Talent Seeking a Boldface Name, March 8, 2009:
"Paintings by Lauren Ennist, Jen Mazza and Claudia Waters catch the eye, partly because they are colorful and partly because they are well executed. The figurative subject matter is often clichéd but shows all three artists, who are still warming up in their careers, trying to expand from the merely pretty into something more serious."


"Ms. Waters’ work is a fantastic combination of reality and abstraction. Her layered, and sometimes translucent, paintings investigate what we see and what we perceive. In each composition there is an intricate balance of color composition and a variety of form. We are fortunate to have this exhibition in its perfect season – summer.” – Barbara Applegate, director of the Steinberg Museum of Art on Waters' 2013 solo exhibition