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"The Tao And Dada Of Recent American Ceramic Art", Bernard Pyron, Artforum, Volume II, March 1964

"Creative Touch Is Added", Jerry Ambelang, Capital Times, March 7, 1964

"Show Is Below Standards", Cynthia Barlow, St. Louis Globe Democrat, MO, Sept. 18, 1965

"The Night Of The Great Salt", Bernard Pyron, Quixote Magazine, Volume II, #7, 1965, WI

"Clayton Bailey - Interview and Portfolio", Bernard Pyron, Quixote Magazine, Volume II, # 8, WI

"Whitewater Art Is Bursting", John Newhouse, Wisconsin State Journal, WI, March 6, 1966

"Rubber Sculpture Is No Joke", John Newhouse, Wisconsin State Journal, WI, March 26, 1967

"Metal Sculpture Adds Vigor", Donald Key, Milwaukee Journal, WI, October 29, 1967

"Four Ring Preview Draws A Crowd", Barbara Abel, Milwaukee Journal, WI, November 3, 1967

"Clayton Bailey", Gary Bower, Craft Horizons (feature article), January 1968

"California Myth Making", David Zack, Art & Artists, July 1969

"Candy Store", Art & Artists, March 1970

"Nut Art In Quake Time", David Zack, Art News, March 1970

"TV Produces Show Of Beauty", Oakland Tribune, CA, March 3, 1970

"They Call It Nut Art", Richmond Independent, CA, April 25, 1970

"Hands Fashion Environments", Tom Albright, San Francisco Chronicle, CA, May 3, 1970

"Saga Of Clayton Bailey", David Zack, Arts In Society , Volume 7, #1, September 1970

"My Father Is A Sculptor", Kurt Bailey, Jack & Jill Magazine, 6 pages (illustrated), October 1970

"Winning Test Of Artistic Freedom", D. Wells, Chicago Tribune, IL, November 1, 1970

"Funny Noses And Noises", Chicago Sun Times, IL, November 5, 1970

"Nutty-Funk Draws Big Crowd", Charles Johnson, Sacramento Bee, CA, November 8, 1970

"Humor A La Bailey", B. Martin, Tampa Times, FL, November 17, 1970

"Clayton Bailey", Review: Craft Horizons, February 1971

"New Faces of 1971", Esquire Magazine , March 1971

"A Ceramic Nightmare", Washington Post, Washington, D.C., March 14, 1971

"Pieces of a Ceramic Nightmare", Washington, D.C. Star, March 14, 1971

"Californian Mugs It Up", Seattle Post Intelligencer, WA, April 15, 1971

"When The Potter Has Talent And Wit", New York Times, NY, June 18, 1971

"Crock Art", Newsweek Magazine, Illustrated, July 5, 1971

"Laugh-In In Clay", Rose Slivka, Craft Horizons, October 1971

"It Came From The Depths Of The Sea", M. Pope. Jacksonville Times Union, Jacksonville, FL, August 10, 1972'

"Art: It's For The Birds", Thomas Albright, San Francisco Chronicle, CA, October 17, 1972

"Hodag Legend Verified", Rhinelander Daily News, Rhinelander, WI, November 6, 1972

"Fishy Skeleton Found", Bob Dardenne, State Times, Baton Rouge, LA, December 4, 1972

"An Authentik Discourse On The Phenomenon Of Mail Art", David Zack, Art in America , January 1973

"Zappy Artists In Richmond", Thomas Albright, San Francisco Chronicle, CA, February 8, 1973

"Offbeat Wit, Erotic Art", Thomas Albright, San Francisco Chronicle, CA, August 9, 1973

"Hodag Found", Rhinelander Daily News, Rhinelander, WI, August 18, 1973

"Candy Store Gallery", Sacramento Bee, CA, September 15, 1974

"Won't You Step Into My Laboratory?", G. Fregusio, Crockett American, CA, December 4, 1974

"Nightmare In Clay: God Has Turned His Face Away From Clayton Bailey", City Magazine, Volume 7, #54, San Francisco, CA , December 11, 1974

"Clayton Bailey's Ceramic Laboratory", Ann Flanagan, Artweek, Volume 5, #43, December 14, 1974

"Bone Fide Sculpture", Rasa Gusaitis, City Magazine, San Francisco, CA, 1975

"In Art With Clayton Bailey", L. Zickerman, Daily Californian, Berkeley, CA, January 1975

"Fine Arts Top Ten", City Magazine, January 8, 1975

"Students Find Giant Skeleton", Campus Carrier, Berry College, GA, April 1, 1975

"Giant Found at Berry", Rome News Tribune, Rome, GA, April 6, 1975

"Psycho Ceramics Lecture", I .G. Independent, Richmond, CA, April 7, 1975

"Clayton Bailey, A Tour Of The Wonders Of The World Museum", LaMamelle, Keith Dills, Volume 1, #2, Fall 1975

"A Case for Popular Ceramics", S. Licka, Currant Magazine, October 1975

"Special Unscientific Supplement", Leslie Wenger, Currant Magazine, 4 Pages (Illustrated), October 1975

"Bigfoot Expert Demonstrates Skills At Ceramic Symposium", San Matean, San Mateo, CA, October 10, 1975

"Sculptor Gets 'Pied' During Pottery Contest", Niagara Gazette, Niagara Falls, NY, October 25, 1975

"Amazing 'Bone Age' Scientist", B. Parks, Daily Review, Hayward, CA, November 9, 1975

"Some Old Bones And Other Wonders", Alfred Frankenstein, San Francisco Chronicle, CA, November 11, 1975

"Mad Dr. Of Port Costa", Thomas Albright, San Francisco Chronicle, CA, November 11, 1975

"Breaking The Bone Barrier", Lewis Stewart, Pacific Sun, November 14, 1975

"Ostrich Man Found", Worcester, Worcester Telegram, MA, December 17, 1975

"Bailey's Ceramic Wonders", Keith Dills, Artweek, Illustrated, Volume 6, #44, December 20, 1975

"Dr. Gladstone Exposes Truth", Lewis Stewart, Unnatural Enquirer, Port Costa, CA, 1976

"Strange Things Are Afoot", TriValley News, Danville, CA, January 4, 1976

"New Kaolithic Age Discoveries In California", G.W. Earley, Hartford Courant, March 28, 1976

"Port Costa's Odd Museum", Bill Parker, Illustrated, Richmond Independent, CA, April 3, 1976

"Big Foot Bones", Evening Observer, Dunkirk-Fredonia, NY, May 6, 1976"

"Clayton Bailey's Ceramic Laboratory", A. Flanagan, Artweek, December 14, 1976

"Three Artists' Ceramic Fantasies", R. McDonald, Artweek, December 18, 1976

"Civilizations", Ruth D. Kohler, Kohler Art Center, Sheboygan, WI, 1977

"Unusual RX For Town's Ailing Alimentary Canal", San Francisco Examiner, CA, February 8, 1977

"Not Really His Fault, Darling", Oakland Tribune, CA, February 9, 1977

"Port Costa's Pied Pipers", Oakland Tribune, CA, March 17, 1977

"Life Out Of Mud", Sagebrush, University of Nevada, Reno, NV, April 19, 1977

"Concord's Posh New Shop Mall", Oakland Tribune, CA, June 15, 1977

"Space Outposts", Independent Gazette, CA, September 10, 1977

"Life Along The Carquinez", Margo Doss Patterson, San Francisco Chronicle, CA, November 13, 1977

"Port Costa Bone Shop, Mythical Beast Department", S. Reeves, Vallejo Times Herald, CA, November 14, 1977

"Life Out Of Mud", Sagebrush, University of Nevada, Reno, NV

"James Melchert Citation", NCECA Newsletter, 1978

"Civilizations", Ceramics Monthly, Illustrated, February 1978

"NCECA Conference", Ceramics Monthly, September 1978

"Bone Museum In Storage, (Bigfoot Is There)", S. Reeves, Sacramento Union, CA, September 5, 1978

"How To Build A Robot Costume", Clayton Bailey, Cinemagic Magazine, Volume 3, 1979

"Donated Papers", Archives Of American Art, Volume 19, #2, Archives, San Francisco, CA, 1979

"National Esthetic", NCECA Newsletter, January 1979

"Pyrofacts", NCECA Newsletter, September 1979"

"Ceramics, Great Potential For Mischief", NCECA Journal, Volume 1, #1, 1980

"Pyrofacts", NCECA Newsletter, 1980

"Robert Arneson Citation: NCECA Fellowship", NCECA Newsletter, 1980

"Artist Oversees His Kooky Kaolithic Workshop", Nancy Cain Schmitt, The Anchorage Times, AK, February 1980

"NCECA In Michigan", Ceramics Monthly, June 1980

"Future World", San Francisco Magazine, CA, 1981

"Robots", Actuel #20, June 1981

"Futurework", John Joss, San Francisco Magazine, CA, July 1981

"Man's Best Friends Are Robots", Contra Costa Times, CA, August 13, 1981"

"Professor's Robots Built From Junk", Joan Aragone, The Daily Review, August 24, 1981

"The Modern Age In Funk Tradition", San Jose Mercury News, CA, December 16, 1981

"With Technology And Deadly Humor", Frank Cebulski, Artweek, Volume 12, #43, December 19, 1981

"Batteries Not Included", Dorothy Burkhardt, San Jose Mercury News, CA, December 27, 1981

"Earth to Space Needle: 50 Robots Approaching", Don Duncan, The Seatle Times, WA, January 29, 1982

"Robot Programmed For Knavery", Everett Herald, WA, January 28, 1982

"He Walks, He Talks At Sci-Fi Fair", Seatle Post-Intelligencer, WA, January 31, 1982

"Making History", Beauvais Lyons, North American Review, March 1982

"Bailey's Art: Men with Minds Of Steel Who Mock The Future", Ira Kamin, San Francisco Examiner & Chronicle, California Living Magazine, CA, March 7, 1982

"High Tide Hoax?", Roger Simms, Daytona Beach Morning Journal, FL, March 10, 1982

"Big Hunk Of Tin Conducts", Rob Morse, Peninsula Times Herald, CA, March 27, 1982

"Natural History Museum Takes A Look At Bigfoot", San Diego Union, CA, May 1982

"Bigfacts", June 24, 1982

"Strange Beings Populate The Art World", S. Boettger, San Francisco Chronicle, CA, July 20, 1982

"Who Camps At Hale?", Eagle Valley Enterprize, CO, July 22, 1982

"Bailey's Art Is Another Invention",Eagle Valley , CO Enterprize, August 19, 1982

"Pyrofacts", NCECA Newsletter, Fall 1982

"Robots", Collector's Showcase Magazine, September 1982

"Exploded Studebaker", Darkroom Magazine, Volume #8, December 1982

"Clayton G. Bailey", West County Times, CA, December 1, 1982

"Exhibits Naives Can Be Proud Of", Chas. Shere, Oakland Tribune, CA, December 14, 1982

"Nut Sculptor's Delightful Doings", A. Temko, San Francisco Chronicle, CA, December 24, 1982

"Robot Art, Reincarnating The Kitchen", Chico Enterprise, CA, December 24, 1982"

"San Francisco", John Marlowe, West County Times, CA

"Cartoons As Sculpture The creations of Clayton Bailey", Rip Off Review, #12, 1983

"The Humanizing Machines", The San Francisco Focus Magazine, KQED, San Francisco, CA, January 1983

"He Creates Robot With Souls", C. Rux, Oakland Tribune, CA, January 7, 198"

"The Robot Master", Locus Magazine, February 1983

"Robot Studio Apprentice", NCECA Newsletter, Spring 1983

"Robot Show Evokes Fear And Fun", Arizona Daily Star, Tuscon, AZ, June 19, 1983

"Gone To Pot", Denton Crewe, Scope Magazine, September 2, 1983

"My Fair Lady", New York Post, NY, September 8, 1984

"Is that Robot For Real?", San Jose Mercury News, CA, September 30, 1983

"Humanoid Is A Smash At Bash", Oakland Tribune, CA, October 1983

"Its Creator Says It's Art", San Francisco Examiner, CA, October 5, 1983

"Sexist Robot Yanked From Show", Oakland Tribune, CA, October 5, 1983

"Racy Robot Leads To Cover-Up", Lawrence, Kansas Journal-World, KS, October 5, 1983

"Coffee Robot Hit As Sexist", The Sun, October 6, 1983

"Goodby Sweetheart", Milwaukee Journal, WI, October 6, 1983

"Robot Is A Bust", San Jose Mercury News, CA, October 6, 1983

"Robot A Bust In Berkeley", Berkeley Gazette, CA, October 6, 1983

"Robot's Bosom Brews Storm", New York Daily News, CA, October 6, 1983

"Risque Robet Taken From Display", Hayward Daily Review, CA, October 6, 1983

"Sexist Coffee Urn Raises A Fuss", West County Times, CA, October 6, 1983

"Spurned Sexist Sweetheart", Newsday, October 6, 1983

"Sexist Robot Finds New Show", San Jose Mercury News, CA, October 7, 1983"

"Sweetheart Resurfaces", Oakland Tribune, CA, October 8, 1983

"Coffee's Problem Is Tutu Sweet", Sacramento Bee, CA, October 10, 1983

"The Art Of Satire Is A Bust", H.B. Miller, San Jose Mercury News, CA, October 11, 1983

"Iron Woman", The Sun, October 11, 1983

"Racy Robot Raises Ruckus", M. Poulos, Daily Pioneer, California State University, Hayward, CA, October 13, 1983

"Woman's Place", Topics, New York Times, NY, October 16, 1983

"Automation", The State Hornet, Sacramento, CA, October 20, 1983

"Sculpture For The Age Of Robots", Sacramento Union, CA, October 26, 1983

"Robots Churn Debate", Sacramento Bee, CA, October 26, 1983

"Too Serious For Professor Bailey", New Scientist, November 1983

"Lady Robot", Letters, New York Times, NY, November 1, 1983

"Robot Art Has Roots In Antigo", Antigo Daily Journal, WI, November 2, 1983

"Robot Art", Green Bay Press Gazette, WI, November 3, 1983

"Inventor's Boob Boo", Weekly World News, November 8, 1983

"Be An Executioner", National Examiner, 1984

"The Robots Are Here", Redding Record-Searchlight, CA, January 7, 1984

"Past And Present Robots Gather For Exhibition", D. Dunlap, New York Times, NY, January 12, 1984

"Metal Menagerie", San Francisco Examiner, CA, January 29, 1984

"Whimsical Art Show", Softalk Magazine, February 1984"

"Death Is Cheap", San Jose Mercury News, CA, February 10, 1984"

"Robot Exhibit Amazing", C. Leroux, Chicago Tribune, IL, February 22, 1984

"Sex News Bits", Hustler, March 1984 ÒRobot SexismÓ, Bill Lawren, Omni, March 1984

"Letting the Art Fit The Crime", T. Albright, San Francisco Chronicle, CA, March 18, 1984

"Urban Violence Explored", West Art, March 23, 1984

"Electric Chair Inspires Complaints", Oakland Tribune, CA, March 26, 1984

"Foes Seek To Disconnect Electric Chair", Buffalo News, NY, March 27, 1984

"For Two Bits You Can Throw The Switch", San Jose Mercury News, CA, March 28, 1984

"Electric Chair Art Draws Criticism", Milwaukee Sentinel, WI, March 27,1984

"Artist Jolts Critics", San Jose Mercury News, CA, March 29, 1984

"Electric Chair - A Jolting Exhibit", Sentinel, Santa Cruz, CA, March 30, 1984

"Public Gets Charge Out Of Execution", Press Democrat, Santa Rosa, CA, March 30, 1984

"Public Gets Charge Out Of Art", Minneapolis Star Tribune, MN, March 30, 1984

"Chair Jolts Some", Minneapolis Star Tribune, MN, March 30, 1984

"Do-It-Yourself Execution", Philadelphia Enquirer, PA, March 30, 1984

"Punishment As Art", Lewiston Washington Tribune, March 30, 1984

"Cal-State Prof's Shocking Artwork", V. Haddock, Daily Review, Hayward, CA, March 30, 1984

"Shocking Exhibit", San Francisco Chronicle, CA, March 31, 1984

"Foes Of Death Penalty Outraged", Japan Times, March 31, 1984

"Spare Parts", Vicki Haddock, American Craft Magazine, April 1984

"Artist Stirs Controversy", Contra Costa County Times, CA, April 1, 1984

"Triton Museum Shocks Visitors", Palo Alto Times, Palo Alto, CA, April 1, 1984

"Port Costa Sculptor Is Shocking", West County Times, CA, April 1, 1984

"Gallery Goers Pay To See Execution", Oakland Tribune, CA, April 12, 1984

"Real Switch On Performance Art", Contra Costa Times, CA , April 12, 1984

"Shock Artist Exposed", Oakland Tribune, CA, April 23, 1984

"Museum Of Fun-Part II", I. Sakane, Asahi Shimbun, Tokyo, Japan, April 27, 1984

"Tempest In A Teapot", Penthouse, June 1984

"Some Like It Robot", San Jose Mercury News, CA, June1, 1984

"Pop Robots Exhibit Bad Taste", Idaho Statesman, Boise, ID, June 30, 1984

"I Can Walk I Can Talk", B. Chadwick, New York Daily News, NY, January 13, 1984

"Interview", Art Network (Contra Costa County) News, CA, Winter 1984

"Zap Art", Playboy Magazine, October 1984

"Marilyn Monrobot", San Francisco Magazine, CA, October 1984

"Marilyn Monrobot", Omni, November 1984

"Clayton Bailey, Industrial Frankenstein", Locus Magazine, November 1984

"Clayton Bailey's Raucus Robots", Mark Levy, Images and Issues, November 1984

"Marilyn Monrobot Outrages Fans", National Examiner, December 11, 1984

"Marilyn Monrobot", New Look Magazine #5, 1985

"Portfolio", P.C. World Magazine, January 1985

"The Future Is Now", West County Times, CA, April 5, 1985

"Art That's Jolting And Revolting", National Enquirer, April 16, 1985

"The World Of Tomorrow", The Star, April 30, 1985

"Robot Workshop", Popular Mechanics Magazine, June 1985

"Short Sharp Shocker", Sunday Times, London, England, June 2, 1985

"Art Display Mimics Robots",A. Hayakawa, Portland Oregonian, OR, June 28, 1985

"Trend Watchers", California Living, San Francisco Chronicle, CA, June 30, 1985

"Robot Strangles On Donations", What's Going On, Exploratorium, San Francisco, CA, September 1985

"Gizmo", Bulletin Board, Playboy Magazine, September 1985

"Thinking Of Leonardo", Kenneth Baker, San Francisco Chronicle, CA, November 28, 1985

"Portfolio", Intersect Magazine, December 1985

"After The Master", Artweek, January 11, 1986

"Portfolio", I.E.E.E. Spectrum Magazine, March 1986

"The Droids Are Coming", Seattle Times, WA, April 18, 1986

"Alien Rocketship", People Magazine, September 8, 1986

"Art Brings Out The Devil In Him", San Jose Mercury News, CA, November 6, 1986

"Bailey's Art: Men With Minds Of Steel", San Francisco Examiner, CA, March 7, 1987

"The Skulls And Studebakers", Oakland Tribune, CA, March 13, 1987

"The First Artist In Space", This World, San Francisco Chronicle, CA, March 29, 1987

"Artist Seeks Outer Limits", Emhart News, Farmington, CT, September 1987

"Public Art In Sacramento", Sunset Magazine, September 1987"

"Art Professor's Home Teems With Robots", Grit, October 11, 1987

"A Touch Of Serious Play", Artweek, October 31, 1987

"Mechanical Robug", (illustration), Zyzzyva, Volume II, #1, Winter 1987

"Man Of Steel", Diablo Magazine, CA, April 1988

"Robots", Interact Magazine, May 1988

"A Natural Voice, Outsider Influence", John Turner, Art Today, Summer 1988

"Naive Artists", West County Times, CA, July 1, 1988

"Of Robots, Demons And Steelhead", Sacramento News and ReviewÓ, CA, 1989

"Powerful Art Of Bicycling", West County Times, CA, February 9, 1989

"Two Art Profs To Fly Strange Rocket", A. Stone, Cal State Pioneer, Hayward, CA, February 9, 1989

"Start Your Engines", Road West, Sacramento Bee, CA, February 12, 1989

"Crocket Rocket Blasts To Fame", West County Times, CA, February 12, 1989

"Crockett We Have Ignition", Contra Costa Times, CA, February 12, 1989

"It Was A Blast", Road West, Sacramento Bee, CA, February 12, 1989

"Crockett Rocket", Dan Reed, West County Times, CA, February 12, 1989

"Rocket Sets Pilot Into Flames", A. Stones, Cal State Pioneer, Hayward, CA, March 3, 1989

"Funky Fantasies", Sacramento Union, CA, April 14, 1989

"Cooking With Clay", Contra Costa Times, CA, April 25, 1989

"Play Executioner For 25c. / Jolt",The Sun Tabloid, May 9, 1989

"Naive Science", Vallejo Times Herald, CA, July 23, 1989

"Artist Molds Ideas", Fairfield Daily Republic, CA, August 30, 1989

"One Man's Imagination", Oakland Tribune, CA, September 29, 1989

"Clayton Bailey And The Devils Miscellany", M. Van Proyen, Artweek, September 30, 1989

"Party Animals",West County Times, West County Times, CA, November 17, 1989

"Different Strokes", Contra Costa Times, CA, February 13, 1990

"Galleries Robots Make You Think", Oakland Tribune, CA, June 15, 1990

"Low Tech Machines", Review, Seattle Post Intelligencer, WA, July 6, 1990

"Bigfoot Legend Lives", Redding Record-Searchlight, CA, August 31, 1990

"Clayton G. Bailey At The Coyote Gallery", K. Taylor, Butte College Roadrunner, CA, September 1990

"The Mischief Maker", Chico News and Review, CA, September 13, 1990

"Sci-Fi Sculptor", D. Pollock, Fresno Bee, CA, January 20, 1991

"Robot To Scare-Up Some Funds", Benicia Herald, CA, May 1991

"You Heard It On The Grapevine", Motorland Magazine, May 1991

"Up Front", Ceramics Monthly, June 1991

"Robot To Scare Up Funds For Landmark", Benicia Herald, CA, September 9, 1991

"Society Shows Metal", West County Times, CA, September 2, 1991

"Erotic Robot", Velvet Magazine, December 1991

"Clayton Bailey Portfolio", The Secret Alameda, #5, CA, 1992

"Thirty Artists See Columbus", San Jose Mercury News, CA, January 31, 1992

"Geyser Bottle Performance Raku", Jerry Crummins, Ceramics Monthly, May 1992

"In San Francisco", New York Times, NY, May 3, 1992

"Funk, A Critical Flashback" , M. Merback, American Ceramics, Vol.10, #4, 1993

"Clayton Bailey - Ceramic Cartoonist", Glen Blakley, NCECA News, Volume 17, #2, 1993

"Minor Artists Are Not Without Virtue", Robert L. Pincus, The San Diego Union Tribune, San Diego, CA, March 21, 1993

"Art With A Punchline", Oakland Tribune, CA, May 5, 1993

"From Grain To Art In Port Costa", B. Currier, West County Times, CA, August 1, 1993

"Davis Funk", Tom Folk, Ceramics Monthly, December 1993

"Clayton Bailey" (Review), M. Van Proyen, American Ceramics,, Volume 11, #2, Spring 1994

"Scrappy Guy", M. May, The Daily Review, Hayward, CA, January 20, 1994

"Artist Fires Handguns-In A Kiln", M. May, The Daily Review, CA , July 29, 1994

"Artist Does A Bang-Up Job With In-Your-Face Firearms", K. Hershenson, The West County Times, CA, August 19, 1994

"Fired Up And Bowled Over" Chris Clark, News Leader, Springfield, MO, December 10, 1994

"Artist's Greatest Reward is a Good Laugh", P. Craig, Contra Costa (CA) Times, September 21, 1995

"Clayton Bailey, Fan at Large", Beavis and Butthead Comics #27 (page 2), May 1996

"Asking What Is Art?, Tessa DeCarlo, New York Times, -(Marilyn Monrobot ) -June 22, 1997

"Hello Again", William Wilson, Art Critic, Los Angeles Times, October 22, 1997

"Mad Scientist of Port Costa", Jennifer Asche, San Francisco Chronicle, July 3, 1998

"Recycled Art ", Michael Scott, Vancouver Sun, July 8, 1998

"Port Costa Artist's One-of-a-Kind World", Jennifer Asche, San Francisco Chronicle, July 17, 1998

"Wonder Land", Tam Putnam, Contra Costa (CA) Times, November 13, 1998

"Bay Area Backroads", Oakland TV Channel 4 visits Port Costa, CA , and speaks with Clayton Bailey January 9, 1997

"Art Flows From Our River of Trash", Jane Grau, Charlotte, NC Observer, May 28, 1999

"Click Here For Strait Sunsets", Dan Robertson, Crockett Signal, Crockett, CA, Issue111, September-October, 1999

Photo Essay, "Retro Moderne Robots". Business Week Magazine , December 13, 1999 - (See Photo on page 189)

"Humorous Robot Sculptures Invade Relocated John Natsoulas Gallery", K. Kane, California Aggie, January 19, 2000

"Artists Use Hands To Mold Life's Realities", David DiPino, The Valencia Source",Valencia, FL, February 2, 2000

"An Interview With The Robot Man", Richard Toronto, Benicia Herald, Benicia, CA, April 19, 2000

"Clay Makes A Play In Confrontational Way", Lisa Broadwater, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, August 6, 2000

"Rev Up Your Dreams - Neiman Marcus Elves", Craig Wilson, U.S.A. Today, September 25, 2000

"Neiman Catalog Shows Robotic Dog", David Koenig, A.P. San Francisco Chronicle, September 26, 2000

"A Muse (ing) Art", Cameron Woo, Bark Magazine # 13, Fall-Winter 2000

"The Lighter Side of Bay Area Figuration," Susan Landauer, American Art Review, Vol. XII #5 2000

"Eclectic Clay", Robert Baxter, Camden Courier Post, N.J.,Sunday, December 3, 2000

'Putting Forth A New Face On Reality". Fred Adelson, New York Times, Sunday, December 10, 2000

"Art With Issues",Carol Azizian, The Flint Journal, Mich., Sunday, April 6, 2001

"Antigo Native Returns Home With a Gift", Antigo Journal, Antigo, Wisconsin, July 19, 2001

"Robot Invasion- Mr. Roboto- College Shows Off Artistic Metal", Jim Dyar, Redding Record Searchlight- DATE Magazine, Redding, CA, August 29, 2002

"Artist's Web Cam Captures Port Costa's Essence", Sam Whiting: "Neighborhoods", San Francisco Chronicle Magazine, S.F. CA , October 12, 2003

"Trump Makers of Today: Clayton G. Bailey", Fred Crane, V.I.M. ( Vierundzmanzigfteljahrsfchrift der Internationalen Maultrommelvirtuofengenoffenfchaft ), #11, 2003

"Ceramicist With a Funky Bent Brings Know-how to Workshop", Bryan Russell, San Angelo Standard Times, San Angelo, TX, April 16, 2004

"Luminously Figurative", Joanna Shaw-Eagle, Washington Times, DC, May 3, 2004

"California Quirks: In True Artist", (..."the star of the Funk genre.")- Sidney Lawrence, Washington Post, DC, May 30, 2004

"Shocking, Isn't It ?", Gabrielle Banks, 801 Magazine, Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, NYC, Spring 2004

"Clayton Bailey's Amazing Art", Dana Guzzetti, The Valley Sentinel, Danville, CA, Volume 9, #9, July 2004

"Tin Man", Lauren Rau, Diablo Magazine, Walnut Creek, CA, Volume 25 / #10, October, 2004

"Kaolithic Music: The Dynamite Sessions", Fred Crane, Journal of the International Jews Harp Society, #2, 2000

"The Panoramic Photography of Stephen Joseph", Hannah Criddick, Diablo Magazine, Walnut Creek, CA., July 2005

"Minor Works by Major Ceramists II", Chris Garcia, Ceramics Technical #21, 2005

"Clayton Bailey Tickles Funnybone Through Art", Emi Saito, The Pioneer, Cal State East Bay, Hayward, CA, Volume XLVIII, #42, November 17, 2005

"We All Fall Down", Maria Henson, Sacramento Bee, Sacramento, CA., February 17, 2006 (Musem Misfortune)

"Makeover Is In Store For Ugliest RT Station", Tony Bizjak, Sacramento Bee, Sacramento, CA., February 20, 2006

"Show Reflects Decades of Collecting," Jim Dyar, Redding Record Searchlight, Redding, CA, August 24, 2006 (Illustrated)

"Clayton Bailey Interview", Janelle Hessig, Tales of Blarg! #9, Berkeley, CA, October 2006 (Illustrated)

"Clayton Bailey in Wisconsin During the Sixties", Dr. Bernard Pyron, 2012

"Clayton Bailey's Twisted Robots", Cyndy Patrick, Midnight Magazine, Ohlone College, Fremont, CA, Spring 2009 ( cover and illustrated story)

"Clayton Bailey's Robotic Fantasies", Cyndy Patrick, Raw Vision Magazine #71,Illustrated article. 2010

"Mad Bots", Thomas Walker Wilson, Make Magazine, Sebastopol, CA, Volume 19, August 2009 (Artist's profile and photograph)

"Alter-Native Art", Clayton Bailey's Mopar Alternator Art, MOPAR Collector's Guide, July 2009 (illustrated article)

"Dudes of Craft, The Mad Potter of Port Costa", Garth Johnson, July 28, 2011

"Professor Emeritus Is California's Artist Of The Year", The Pioneer, California State University- East Bay, Hayward, CA. September 24, 2009

"The Crazy World of Clayton Bailey", Jesse Hamlin, San Francisco Chronicle (Datebook), San Francisco, CA, October 9-15, 2011

"Seriously Humorous", Victoria Dalkey, The Sacramento Bee, Sacramento, CA, October 16, 2011

"Scrap Yards Yield Raw Material for Artist's Amazing Ray Guns", Matt Simon, Wired Magazine on Line

"Lucky Star, Clayton Bailey's World of Wonders", Tim Foster, Midtown Monthly, Sacramento, CA, January 8, 2012

"Artist Has a World of Wonders", Antigo Daily Journal, Antigo, WI, January 14, 2012

"Artist Carts Junk Out of the Scrapyard into Artistic Stardom," Sierra Club.org, California, January 17, 2012

"Crazy Form, Emotional Function", Greg Lucas, Sacramento News and Review, Sacramento, CA, October 20, 2012

"Mr. Bailey's Museum of Wonders", Garth Johnson, Ceramics Monthly, Volume 60, #4, April 2012

"Clayton Bailey, The Mad Scientist Who Creates Life Out of Mud", Juxtapoz Magazine, Issue #152, September, 2013

"Clayton Bailey: Wizard of Pots", Nancy Selvin, Ceramic Art and Perception Magazine, Issue #94, December 2013

"Bailey Art Museum- The Robots of Clayton Bailey", Roadside America.com "Sight of the Week" December, 2014

"Unorthodox- At the Jewish Museum, NYC", Ken Johnson Art Review, New York Times, November 13, 2015 (jugheads pictured)

"Bailey Art Museum Features 50 Years of Imagination", Mike Jory, Vallejo Times Herald, Vallejo, CA, January 10, 2016

"Photographing Legends", Masters of Craft, Paul J. Smith, American Art Collector Magazine, #124, February, 2016

"Robots, Mad Science and Burping Bowls at Crockett's Bailey Art Museum,", Angela Hill, San Jose Mercury News,San Jose, CA, February 25, 2016

"Museum of the Macabre, with Bigfoot, Blobs", Angela Hill, Contra Costa Times, February 28, 2016

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