Isabel Manalo's Bits of Elsewhere Series asks: What is a Memory?, The Urbanite, by Cara Ober, July 2012.
Manalo Demystifies the Artist's Studio, The Chautauquan Daily, by Joana Hamer July 2012.
Isabel Manalo: Mix Media Abstractions, Art Line Plus, by Amanda Lineweber, May 2012.
Bits of Everywhere, Georgetown Dish, By Mixing Bowl, March 1, 2012.
The Washington Post Going Out Guide, Gallery Opening of the Week "Bits of Elsewhere", by Michael O'Sullivan. April 2012.
The Georgetowner, Gallery Walk in Book Hill, by Ari Post. February 2012.
Artist Explained, Isabel Manalo of The Studio Visit, By Erin Williams, The Washington Post, July 2011.
CultureScape: Gallery Opening of the Week, By Michael O'Sullivan, The Washington Post, June 2011.
CultureScape, The Washington City Paper, by John Anderson, July, 2011.
"Fantastic Journeys", The Washington City Paper, , by John Anderson, July 2010.
American University College of Arts and Sciences, Inside an Artist's Studio: Journal Connects Artists, By Katie O'Hare, November 2010.
C-Ville, "From the Beginning", by Catherie Malone, April, 2010.
The Washington Post, Collector Mera Rubell Makes the Rounds of DC's Isolated Artists, by Jessica Dawson, December 2009.
The Baltimore City Paper, Critics Choice: A Brief Tour of Some of Mid-Atlantic Region's Artists to Watch, by Kate Noonan, 2008.
The Baltimore City Paper, Road to NoWhere, by Deborah McLeod, 2008.
The Washington Post, The Right Ingredients for a Sweet Experience, by Jessica Dawson, 2008.
DCist, You Catch More Flies With Honey at Caroll Square, by Kelly Rand, 2007.
Northern Virginia Arts Beat, Saturated: Colorfield Remix, By Kevin Mellema, 2007.
Thinking About Art, Fresh Paint at Arlington Arts Center, By JT Kirkland, 2006.
LA Times, New Vistas in Landscape Painting, By David Pagel. February, 2005.
The Washington Post, Art That Works, By Michael O'Sullivan. January, 2005.
The Washington City Paper, New Acquisitions of Works by D.C.–Based Artists, By Louis Jacobson. September, 2004.
The Washington Post, Isabel Manalo’s Fine Lines of Distinction, By Jessica Dawson. September, 2002.