Mark Amery, “Elizabeth Thomson, My Hi Fi My Sci Fi,” Dominion Post, 21 July 2006
―, “Elizabeth Thomson, My Hi Fi My Sci Fi,” The lumiere reader, 11 August 2006
―, “Going Public,” Dominion Post, 27 June 2003
―, “My artist, my friend,” Dominion Post, 21 May 2004
―, ‘Poetic and powerful art,” Dominion Post, 27 November 2013
Warwick Brown, One hundred New Zealand artists (Auckland: Godwit Publishing, 1996)
Tom Cardy, “Artist turning over a new leaf,” Dominion Post, 27 June 2003
Elizabeth Caughey (ed.), “Elizabeth Thomson,” Contemporary New Zealand artists 4 (Auckland: David Bateman, 2005), pp. 64-66
Shelly Clement, “Aerial perspective” Urbis Landscapes, volume 8, May/July 2006, pp. 26-30
Katy Corner, “Wellington,” Art News, Summer 2005, p. 27.
―, “New Zealand review – Sense on high alert, Elizabeth Thomson,” Australian Art Review, volume 12, 2006
Michael Dunn, New Zealand sculpture: A history (Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2002)
Bruce Foster, “Kermadec: Reflections on a voyage – Elizabeth Thomson on Vimeo,” Vimeo,, 13 December 2011
Susan Foster, “Wellington,” Art New Zealand, volume 44, Spring 1987, pp. 49-50
Louise Garrett, “Wellington,” Art New Zealand, volume 83, Winter 1997, p. 35
―, “Commissioned art work for Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth,” Art New Zealand, volume 46, p. 44
Bronwen Golder and Gregory O’Brien, Kermadec: Nine artist explore the South Pacific (Pew Environment Group, 2011)
Ruth Harvey, “Immersion: A conversation with Elizabeth Thomson,” Art New Zealand, volume 143, Winter, 2012, pp. 30-38
―, “The Dynamics of difference: Photography’s influence on the work of Elizabeth Thomson,” Art New Zealand, volume 124, Spring 2007, pp. 50-53
Aaron Lister, Colour/Field, exhibition catalogue (Wellington: City Gallery Wellington, 2011)
Jill McIntosh (ed.), Contemporary New Zealand prints (Wellington: Allen and Unwin and Port Nicholson Press, 1989)
T. J. McNamara, “Visual arts,” New Zealand Herald, 17 May 2006
―, “Beauty of the commonplace,” New Zealand Herald, 17 July 2003
―, “From the scant to the generous,” New Zealand Herald, 30 September 2002
Anna Miles, Elizabeth Thomson: Collected works 1986-1996, exhibition catalogue (Hastings: Hawke’s Bay Exhibition Centre, 1996)
―, Waking Up Slowly, exhibition catalogue (Auckland: Auckland Art Gallery, 1996)
Ninth British international print biennale, Bradford, England, exhibition catalogue (Bradford: Bradford Art Galleries and Museums, 1986)
Gregory O’Brien (ed.), Elizabeth Thomson – my hi-fi my sci-fi (Wellington: City Gallery Wellington, 2006)
Justin Paton, “Hushed, frail and uncannily serene,” New Zealand Herald, 17 September 1996
―, “Rogue Mutations,” New Zealand Listener, 14 February 1998, pp. 42-43
Jennifer Phipps and Linda Tyler, Heart + Land: Contemporary works on paper from Aotearoa New Zealand, exhibition catalogue (Wellington: New Zealand Art Gallery Directors Council, 1980)
Keith Stewart, “Creative tension derived through visual paradox,” Sunday Star Times, 14 December 1997
―, “Heaven reveals artist’s world,” Sunday Star Times, 1 February 1998, p. 5
Bridget Sutherland, “The Fearless Five Hundred: The world of Elizabeth Thomson,” Art New Zealand, volume 57, Summer 1990-91, pp. 54-57
―, “Elizabeth Thomson: The owl, the ghost and the moon,” in Mary Barr (ed.), Distance looks our way: 10 artists from New Zealand (Wellington: Distance looks our way trust, 1992), pp. 103-109
Elizabeth Thomson, “Elizabeth Thomson,” The Kermadecs,
Peter Webb Galleries, Project 04 contemporary New Zealand sculpture, exhibition catalogue (Auckland: Peter Webb Galleries, 2004)
Ian Wedde, “Prints that buckle,” Evening Post, 11 November 1987
―, “Nature’s volume: Elizabeth Thomson and the organisation of the world,” New Zealand Listener, 17 June 2006, pp. 38-40
Virginia Were, “When one is not enough,” Art News New Zealand, Summer 2006
―, “Into the wild,” Art News New Zealand, Winter 2003, pp. 54-57
―, “Shifting Truth,” Art News New Zealand, Summer 1998, p. 21