“Bradley Hendershot” Bucks County Town & Country Living magazine, Doylestown, PA, Winter 2006/07. Cathie Viksjo. Feature article; includes photo of Evening Star.
“Bradley Hendershot – Artist” The Hearthstone Press, Pennsburg, PA, October 30, 1997. Feature article about the artist with photos of Winter Wood and the artist posing with the huge watercolor Pemaquid.
“Following in Father’s Footsteps” The Mercury, Pottstown, PA, June 20, 1999. Feature article about the artist and his father, 2 pages, includes photos of the artist and his father as well as of Bass Harbor Head Light and Frye’s Ladder.
“His Inspiration Demystified” The Philadelphia Inquirer, October 19, 2003. Valerie Reed. Feature article and two photos.
“No Boundaries Honors Rural History” The Bucks County Herald, Bucks County, PA, November, 2005. Jack Byers.
“Painting His Life” Montgomery County Town and Country Living magazine, Yardley, PA, Winter 2001/2002. Maggie Lockwood. Feature article about the artist; includes photo of the drybrush Midwinter.
“Painting His Life” Hearthstone Town & Country, November 3, 2005, p. C1. Kelly Halteman. Feature article and two photographs.
“Pennsylvania Artist Paints Maine Scenes” Lincoln County Weekly, Lincoln County, ME, September 19, 1996. Article about the artist and photo of study at Pemaquid (actually The Reader).
“Preserving History Through Painting” Chadds Ford Neighbors, Chadds Ford, PA, September 2020. Article about the artist with photo of the artist on Monhegan Island and of Cistern House.
“The Recurrent Past” The Art of Watercolour, Naintré, France, December 2011-February 2012. Laurent Benoist. Feature article about the artist and his work; includes eight images. Printed simultaneously in one French version (L’Art de l’Aquarelle), sold mainly in France, and one English version (The Art of Watercolour), sold in over twenty different countries.
“With Patience, Vision and the Right Environment, Bradley Hendershot Lives & Paints His Life” The Mercury, Pottstown, PA, November 12, 2006, p. E1. Jan Feighner. Feature article and five photographs.