“Light Conductive lead crystal gives to the newest sculptures of Andy Yoder a translucency appropriate to these playful digs at the less-than-transparent monied classes. The glass elements of the project-fragile portrait busts-were said to be three years in the making. Yoder conceived and cast them to represent Wal-Mart mogul Samuel Walton in sapphire blue, optimum consumer Martha Stewart in leaf green and developer Donald Trump in forever amber… "
Edward Leffingwell, Art in America, September 2007.
Hrag Vartanian, "Andy Yoder Shows Us His Man Cave at Winkleman," Hyperallergic, October 13, 2009
"Andy Yoder at Winkleman | Virginia Martinsen at ATM," Art Hag, September 24, 2009
Edward Leffingwell, “Andy Yoder at Winkleman,” Art in America, September, 2007, p. 157 (photo).
Martha Schwendener, “Art in Review: Sugar Buzz,” The New York Times, May 11, 2007
Daniel Kunitz, “Goulash by Committee,” The New York Sun, March 15, 2007
Ken Johnson, “Two Odes to Nature, Grand and Demure,“ The New York Times, July 14, 2006, p. E34.
“Wave Hill Presents Garden Improvement,” Artdaily.com, June 27, 2006
Benjamin La Rocco, "Andy Yoder," The Brooklyn Rail, June 2003
Hubcap (Yellow Ford), 2008
Hubcap (Green Ford), 2008
Hubcap (Blue Honda), 2008
Home, School and Office, Cleveland Hopkins Airport, 1999
Silver: The Table is Set, 1992