of those rare and lovely moments when one loses oneself inside a painting."
Marina La Palma, THE Magazine, December, 2013/January, 2014
I like his work.
It's a very intelligent work."
Guy Cross, Editor/Creative Director, THE Magazine on the Honey Harris
radio show, 98.1 KBAC Radio Free Santa Fe, October 10, 2013
New Havens loss will certainly be Santa Fes gain.
Bitsie Clark, New Haven Arts, December, 2004
Sheldon Krevits acrylic paintings, and...pen and ink [drawings]
bring us face to face with the beauty of the infinite.
Hank Hoffman, The New Haven Advocate, March 6, 2003
...a satisfying sense of constancy, orderliness and balance.
Judy Birke, The New Haven Register, March 2, 2003
New Yorks loss has been New Havens gain...Krevits
splendid to behold...
Dorie Baker, New Haven Arts, May, 1995
...handsome and clear abstraction...
William Zimmer, The New York Times, April 11, 1993
Krevits work is totally contemporary in execution...there
an atmosphere of visual opulence.
Shirley Gonzales, The New Haven Register, November 17, 1985
By 1977 Krevit had mastered the Zen stillness of mountain with
the formal artistic grammar of high modernism.
Virginia Mann, ARTS Magazine, April, 1981
Daily Nutmeg August 15, 2012 by Christopher Arnott.
HAVEN ARTS December, 2004, Farewell to Sheldon Krevit
by Bitsie Clark.
NEW HAVEN ADVOCATE March 6, 2003 by Hank Hoffman.
NEW HAVEN REGISTER March 2, 2003 by Judy Birke.
NEW HAVEN REGISTER May 20, 2001 by Judy Birke.
NEW HAVEN ADVOCATE December 14, 2000 by Hank Hoffman.
NEW HAVEN REGISTER May 14, 2000 by Judy Birke.
YALE DAILY NEWS September 13, 1996 by Adam Gordon.
NEW HAVEN ARTS May, 1995, Portrait of an Artist:
Sheldon Krevit by Dorie Baker.
NEW YORK TIMES April 11, 1993 by William Zimmer.
NEW HAVEN REGISTER November 17, 1985 by Shirley Gonzales.
NEW HAVEN REGISTER August 18, 1985 by Shirley Gonzales.
ARTS MAGAZINE April, 1981 by Virginia Mann.
ARTSPEAK March 26, 1981 by William Pelicone.
PHILADELPHIA BULLETIN August 3, 1980 by Jonathan G.
CONNECTICUT PAINTING, DRAWING & SCULPTURE 78
January, 1978 by Virginia Mann Haggin.