Danforth Library has LOTS of art books! To find ones that might include information about the comtemporary female artist you are researching go to to the Library Catalog using the link below. Remember to select "Danforth Items Only" from the dropdown menu next to the words "Limit by" on the search interface.
To find scholarly articles in the library databases you may use the links below to go to the databases page on the library website or directly to specific databases.
What is an Annotated Bibliography?
An Annotated Bibliography is a list of resources with a write-up about each source ("annotation") that includes 3 parts:
Check the Perdue University OWL site for Annotated Bibliography descriptions and samples:
Check out Southern Illinois University-Carbondale Writing Center's Annotated Bibliography description and examples:
MutualArt.com is another site where you can search by artist. ALL of the artists you are researching are listed.
Artcyclopedia is a funky website that allows you to search by artist (and other items). All the artists you are researching are available except for Joan Semmel (sorry, Nick!). After you type in your artist's name and click Search, a list of links comes up including: Museums, Galleries, Art Market prices, Interviews with the artist, Articles, Books, etc. Here and there are dead links, but there seem to be some good leads. Some of the articles aren't available at the links in full text, but you can find them in EBSCO or ProQuest Central. It is interesting to see how much the artist's works have sold for as well as some of the videos of interviews with the artists.