By Bill Van Siclen for the Providence Journal, March 13, 2003 about the exhibition, Beneath the Surface: Rock Paper Threads:
"Hancock, who presides over one of the nicest contemporary art spaces in southern New England also wanted to explore paper's sculptural side. The result is a show that fills almost every nook and cranny of the gallery's sleek white-walled space. In fact Hancock already has a lock on my vote for best exhibit installation of the year. Step through the door and here's what you see: artworks sitting on the floor, perched on pedestals, protruding from walls and hanging from the ceiling."
By David Boyce, correspondent to the New Bedford Standard Times, January 23, 2003 about the exhibition, Love and Death During the Age of Innocence: Fall River and the Granite Mill Fire
of 1874. An Installation by Mary Giehl:
"Researching the infamous 1874 Granite Mill fire, in which all the fatalities were young women and children, the artists interest was piqued by the questionable working conditions that could lead to these losses. While she found the specific number of losses impossible to ascertain, Ms. Giehl has memorialized them metaphorically by stringing 28 smoked canvas hammocks within the framework of an 1/8- scale model she built of the mill's stone building."
Bill Van Siclen for the Providence Journal, December 26, 2002 about the exhibition Fire Water Air Earth: A Perpetual Alchemy:
"According to art scholar James Elkins, painting is alchemy-a mysterious process by which oil, water, earth and other common materials are turned into the pure gold of art. But after seeing Fire Water Air Earth: A Perpetual Alchemy at Fall River's Bristol Community College, I'd advise Elkins to expand his definition. Here both painters and sculptors perform artistic transmutations."
By David Boyce, correspondent to the New Bedford Standard Times, September 27, 2001 about the exhibition, Embodied: Images and Reflections of the Figure:
"Embodied: Images and Reflections of the Figure, the current exhibition at BCC's Grimshaw-Gudewicz Gallery, includes the recent work of three figurative artists whose endeavors reveal their efforts to explore and extend that label's definition. An exceptionally strong exhibit, curated by gallery director Kathleen Hancock, it is beautifully and thoughtfully installed to provide the viewer with a paced and rhythmic engagement with its varied and related offerings, both visually and intellectually."