Anthony Natsoulas  
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BORN: January 16, 1959,  Ann Arbor, Michigan
   
EDUCATION:
1983-85 Master of Fine Arts, University of California at Davis
1983 Summer  Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, ME
1982-83 Maryland Institute,  College of Art, Baltimore, Maryland
1979-82 Bachelor of Arts, University of California at Davis
1977-79 California State University at Sacramento
ONE AND TWO PERSON EXHIBITIONS
2016 Avenue 50 Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2015 The Robert Else Gallery, Califronia State Universtiy Sacramento
2015 Morris Graves Museum of Art, Eureka, CA
2015 Transmission Gallery, Oakland, CA
2013   Smith Andersen Gallery, Palo Alto, CA
  Tony Natsoulas and Jeff Nebeker, James Snidle Fine Arts, Chico, CA
2012  
Sacramento State University Union Gallery
2011  Tony Natsoulas and  Mark Bryan, James Kaneko Gallery, American River College, Sacramento, CA
2010   Lee Kavaljian and Tony Natsoulas, Solomon Dubnick Gallery, Sacramento, CA
2007  Axis Gallery, Sacramento, CA
2005  James Snidle Fine Art, San Francisco, CA
  Pence Gallery, Davis, CA
2004  James Snidle Fine Arts, Chico, CA
2003  Triton Museum of Art, Santa Clara, CA
2002   Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA
2001  Oakland Museum Downtown Sculpture Court, Oakland, CA
B. Sakata Garo Gallery, Sacramento, CA
2000   Solomon Dubnick Gallery, Sacramento, CA
1999  Solomon Dubnick Gallery, Sacramento, CA
1997   Patricia Sweetow, Napa, CA
1996  Michael Himovitz Gallery, Sacramento, CA
1994   Beuhler Alumni Center, UC Davis, CA
American River College Art Gallery, Sacramento, CA
1993  The Landis Gallery, Berkeley, CA
1992  University of the Pacific, Stockton, CA
1990  California State University, Chico, CA
1989 Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1987     Himovitz/Salomon Gallery, Sacramento, CA
1986   Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1985  Gorman Museum, University of CA at Davis, Masters Exhibition
1984  Davis Art Center, Davis, CA
TEACHING AND WORK EXPERIENCE:
2015 Spring Adjuct Professor, California State University Sacramento
2011 Ongoing Curator at Blue Line Arts
Ongoing   Alpha Fired Arts, Instructor
2011-2013 Curator at The Shimo Center for the Arts.
2006 Spring Visiting Artst, The Shigaraki Ceramic Culture Park, Japan
2004 Spring  Penland School of Art, Penland, NC
1990 - Ongoing Various national workshops and private studio classes
1989 Instructor in Ceramics, Butte College, Oroville, CA
1987 Spring Visiting Artist in Ceramic Sculpture and Pottery, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
1985-1987 Lecturer in Ceramics, California State University, Stanislaus
1986 Spring Lecturer in Modern Art History, California State University, Stanislaus 
1983-1985 Teaching Assistant in Ceramic Sculpture, Glaze Calculation, Beginning Sculpture, and Beginning Ceramics.University of California at Davis
1984 Spring Ceramic Department's Technician, University of California at Davis 
1984  Gallery Assistant, Memorial Union Gallery, University of California
1982-1983      Ceramic Department's Technician, Maryland Institute, College of Art, Baltimore, Maryland
1981 Visiting Artist, The Can building, Syracuse, NY
1980 Summer   

 Assistant Ceramic Technician, Oxbow School of Art, Saugatuck, MI

AWARDS:
2014 Nominated for Artist of the Year by the Sacramento Arts and Business Council
2005 Recipient of the "Community Arts Award, Pence Art Gallery, Davis CA
2004 Named by the Smithsonian as one of the top 100 craft artists in the United States
2000 Recipient of the “Key to the City”, 2000, Lake Charles, Louisiana
1998 "New Works" Grant by the Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission
WORKSHOPS:
2016 Modesto School District
2015 Blue Line Arts
2014 Futures High School, North Highlands, CA
2013

Blue Line Arts

2012

Sacramento City College
Leonardo da Vinci K-8 School

2011 American River College
Crocker Art Museum
2010 Merrett College
2008

Butte College
Richmond Art Center
California Art Education Association,
Sun City Laguna Hills, Lincoln, CA

2007 California Art Education Association, Sacramento, CA
Sacramento County Corrections, Sacramento, CA
2006

Delta College, Stockton, CA
Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park, Shigaraki, Japan
Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA
Mother Earth, Sunnyvale, CA
College of the Arts, Oakland, CA
2005   Sonoma Community Center, Sonoma, CA
California Art Education Association , Sacramento, CA
Mendocino Art Center, Mendocino, CA
Crocker Museum of Art, Sacramento, CA
College of the Arts, Oakland, CA
2004  Rossmoor Senior Ceramic Club, Walnut Creek, CA
Alpha Ceramics, Sacramento, CA
Association of Clay and Glass Artists of California
College of the Arts, Oakland, CA
2002  

Crocker Museum, Sacramento, CA
College of the Arts, Oakland, CA

2001   Sierra Nevada College, Lake Tahoe, NV
College of the Arts, Oakland, CA
2000  Center School Art Center, Lake Charles, LA
College of the Arts, Oakland, CA
1996 College of the Arts, Oakland, CA
1998 - 2002   California State Fair, Sacramento, CA
COLLECTIONS:  (selected)

Museums
Foothills Ceramic Art Museum
MIAAO, Museo Internazionale delle Arti Applicate Oggi
The Midwest Museum of American Art , Elkhart, IN
The Museum of Contemporary Ceramic Art, Shigaraki, Japan
San Jose Art Museum, San Jose, CA
Oakland Museum, Oakland, CA
Laguna Art Museum, Laguna, CA
Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA
University of Iowa. Museum of Art
Triton Museum of Art, CA
The Di Rosa Foundation, Napa, CA

University of Iowa. Museum of Art

Institutions
Ceramics Monthly, Westerville, OH
University of CA at Davis

Businesses
Mering and Associates, Sacramento, CA
Toki Collection, Berkeley, CA 
The Rosen Group, Baltimore, MD
Stuart Weitzman, NYC
Hansen, Boyd, Culhane and Watson, LLP
Seraphein Beyn Advertising, Sacramento, CA
McDonough Holland & Allen PC | Attorney Advertising

Private
Candice Groot, Evanston, IL
Marcy Friedman, Sacramento, CA
Lial Jones, Sacramento, CA

Byron Meyer, San Francisco, CA
Mr. & Mrs. Turk, Elkhart, IN
Mr. & Mrs. Rabinowitz, Massachusetts
Mr. & Mrs. Thieriot, San Francisco, CA
Mark Leland, Washington, D.C
Mr. & Mrs. David Peoples, Berkeley, CA 
Vincent Lim, Philadelphia, P.A.
Larry Spitansky, Shawnee Mission, Kansas
Russ Solomon, Sacramento, CA
Robert Arneson Estate, Benicia, CA
Elaine Levin, Northridge, CA
Mr. & Mrs. Friedman, Beverly Hills, CA
Danielle Steel, San Francisco, CA
John Ott, Davis, CA
Alex & Ursula Faessler,
Arlesheim Switzerland

COMMISSIONS:
2016 Private Commission to create a lifesize piece for Susan McClatchy, Sacramento, Ca
2013 Private Commission to create a large portrait of Robert Arneson for Candice Groot, Evanston, IL
2008 Commissioned by the City of Stockton, Ca to sculpt 3 painted bronze sculptures for the Stribley Community Center
2007 Commissioned by the Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission to sculpt 3 painted bronze sculptures for Granite Park.
2006 Commissioned by The Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission to sculpt 4 bronze sculptures for Tahoe Tallac Little League Park.
2003 Commission by the Pride of Sacramento to embellish a fiberglass lion for Lion Safari
2002 Commissioned by Odyssey Winery to sculpt two large murals, Chico, CA
2000 Private commission to create a large bust portrait of Miles Davis for L. A. Collector.
1999 Private commission to create a large bust portrait of Babe Ruth for Sacramento Collector.
1996 Corporate commission granted by the Hahn Corp. to sculpt six over life size figures in fiberglass at the Downtown Plaza Mall, Sacramento
1995 Commissioned to design a T-shirt for the Japanese comic book "Morning" (circulation one million readers a week)
1994 Private Commission to sculpt a portrait head of Russ Solomon (Founder of Tower of Records)
1993 Corporate commission granted by the Hahn Corporation of San Diego to sculpt a life-sized bronze figure
"Balancing act, too"  in the renovated Downtown Plaza K Street Mall in Sacramento, CA.
1992 Private commission to create a ceramic life-sized figure for Ronna Isaacs of Chicago, IL
1991 Commissioned by Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Friedman to create an outdoor ceramic sculpture on balcony of their home, Beverly Hills.
1990
Corporate commission granted by Park side Properties for creating three life-sized ceramic sculptures of various musicians, entitled "Simultaneous Melodies" and are installed on the balcony of Lamp Lighters Square in Davis.  (Site specifically created)
1988 Public commission granted by the City of Sacramento for a life-sized painted bronze sculpture of a golfer in a water trap.  "This Is Not a Game" is of a golfer and the functional water fountain which is installed at the Bing Maloney Golf Course, Sacramento.  (Site specifically created)
1987 Private commission to create a functional fountain and ceramic life-sized sculpture of Neptune. Installed in the garden of Mr. & Mrs. Day of Turlock, CA
1986 Public commission granted by the City of Davis, California to sculpt two life-sized bronze figures entitled "the Joggers" installed in front of the Davis Police Department.  (Site specifically created)
GROUP EXHIBITIONS:
2015

Character Studies: Clay from the Collection, San Jose Art Muesum, CA
Alumni Art Show, Else Gallery, California State University Sacramento
"An Eclectic Grouping," featuring UC Davis alumni + professors, Elliott Foust Gallery, Sacramemto, CA
Artists' Valentine Redux, The Richard L. Nelson Gallery, University of California, Davis
Transmigrational Ceramics from the Corridor, 621 Gallery, Benicia, Ca

2014

"Best in Kind", Smith Anderesn Gallery, Palo Alto, CA
"Second Time Around: The Hubcap as Art", The Museum of the Shenandoah Valley, Winchester, Virginia
The Mask show, Kondos Gallery, Sacramento City College
Ceramic group show, E Street Gallery, Sacramento, CA
3rd Annual Ruth Rippon Alumni Show, Alpha Fired Arts Gallery, Sacramento, CA

2013

The Mask show, Kondos Gallery, Sacramento City College
Ceramic group show, E Street Gallery, Sacramento, CA
2nd Annual Ruth Rippon Alumni Show, Alpha Fired Arts Gallery, Sacramento, CA

2012

Slant Step Show, The Nelson Gallery, Davis CA
"HEADS UP! The Human Head Interpreted by 7 Sculptors, New Leaf Gallery, Sonoma, CA
All Ceramics and Nothing But Ceramics, Gualala Arts Center, Burnett Gallery & Jacob Foyer, Gualala, CA
If the Shoe Fits, Pence Gallery, Davis Ca

2011

“8 x 8 = Small and Great”, Artery Gallery, Davis, CA
“Marking the Territory: A Tribute to Roy de Forest”, Pence Art Gallery, Davis, CA
"First Annual Ruth Rippon Alumni Show", Alpha Fired Arts Gallery, Sacramento, CA

2010

"A Seed Planted: A Tribute to Robert Arneson,", Davis Art Center, TSAO Gallery, Davis, CA
"Tomorrow’s Legacies: Gifts Celebrating the Next 125 Years", Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA
"Visions of Paradise: Art & The Power of Faith", Sonoma Valley Museum of Art, Sonoma, CA

2009

"In Our Time and Place, Selections from the di Rosa Collection" The Library Gallery, Sacramento State University, Sacramento, CA
"1020: An Exhibition Honoring the Michael Himovitz Gallery", Phatom Gallery, Sacramento, CA
"Nor-Cal Clay", Art Dept. Gallery at Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA

2008 “The grand ceramics theater”, MIAAO - Museo Internazionale delle Arti applicate Oggi, Turin, Italy
"Confentaional Ceramics" Westchesterfield Art Center, Westchesterfield, NY
“Bling”, Santa Fe Clay Gallery, Santa Fe, NW
2007

"Human Form in Clay - the Minds Eye", Shizuoka art gallery in Tokyo
"Humorous Expressions of Japanese Tanuki", Shiga Prefectural Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park
"Creatures of Magic & Myth", Sonoma Art Museum, Sonoma, CA
"Nor-Cal Clay", Art Dept. Gallery at Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA
"Sculpture Walk", City of Chandler, AZ

2006 

Playing Around: Toys Designed by Artists, Hearst Art Gallery, Moraga, Ca
"AN EXTRAVAGANCE of "SALT & PEPPER": containers, shakers, concepts, Baltimore Clayworks, Baltimore, MD
"Playing Around: Toys Designed by Artists",
Hearst Art Gallery, Saint Mary's College of California, Moraga, CA
 "Fired at Davis: Sculpture by Robert Arneson, his Colleagues and Students", Stanford Museum, Palo Alto, CA
"Tales from the Kiln: Contemporary Ceramics", Permanent collection at the San Jose Museum of Art.
 "Human Form in Clay - the Minds Eye", Japan, Shiga Prefectural Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park & the Hyogo Museum of Ceramics.

2005    
"Hidden in Plan Sight", Stellar Art From the Area Collections. Pence Gallery, Davis, CA
"Over the Edge", Gallery of Urban Art, Emeryville, CA
"Narrative Clay", V. Breier Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2004 "Faculty Show", Penland Gallery, Penland, NC
"The Eve Aesthetic: Contemporary Ceramic Sculpture by Artists from TB9, 1963-2003", Memorial Union Gallery, UC Davis, CA
"Multiples", Lincoln Arts, Lincoln, CA
"The Funk show", Sacramento International Airport
2003 "Small packages",  Julie Baker Gallery, Grass Valley, CA
 "Dog eat Dog", Excentrique Gallery, Sacramento, CA
2002  "Ceramic National 2000", Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, IL and Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA
"Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow", Triton Museum of Art, Santa Clara, CA
"CERAMICS- Bay Area and Beyond", A New Leaf Gallery, Berkeley, CA
"The Figure" Virginia Breier Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2001 "New Acquisitions", Triton Museum, Santa Clara, CA
"Telling Tales", Craft Alliance, St. Louis, MO (Poster)
"Angels", Elena Zass Gallery, Laguna Beach, CA
"Ceramic National 2000", Samuel P. Harn Museum, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida (Catalog)
2000 "Ceramic National 2000", Everson Museum, Syracuse, NY (Catalog)
"Ceramic Group Show",  A New Leaf Gallery, Berkeley, CA
"From the fire: Figures in Ceramic", Bedford Gallery, Dean Lesher Regional Center for the Arts, Walnut Creek, CA
"Fred and Tony Show", Center School Art Center, Lake Charles, LA
1999 "Teapot Show", Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge, MA
"Group Show", One Bush Street, San Francisco, CA
"Censored!"  A New Leaf Gallery, Berkeley, CA
"Rendezvous 99!"  Museum of  Nebraska Art, Kearney, Nebraska (Catalog)
"Feats of Clay", Glading Mcbean, Lincoln, CA
1998 "The Toki Collection", Richmond art Center, Richmond, CA
"Sculpture" Epperson Gallery, Crockett, CA
"Forms" Terrain, San Francisco, CA
"Feats of  Clay",   Gladding Mcbean, Lincoln, CA
"Sculpture walk", Yerba Buena Gardens, S. F., CA
1997 "Self Expressions", Solomon Dubnick Gallery, Sacramento
 "Hot Tea" del Mono Gallery , Los Angeles, CA"
1996 "Day Dreams", Christensen Heller Gallery, Oakland, CA
"A Madcap Teapot Party at the Renwick", Smithsonian, Washington, D.C
"Ceramics in Northern California", Bedford Gallery, Walnut Creek, CA
"Generations: The Lineage of Influence in Bay Area Art", Richmond Art Center, Richmond, CA
"Cup as Metaphor ll.", Sybris Gallery, Royal Oaks, MI
1995  "Art, The Great American Pastime"  George Krevsky Fine Art, S.F., CA
"The Blooty and Squirmy Show" Big Art Gallery, Sacramento
"Group Show", Obsidion Gallery, Tucson, AZ
1994 "Art is..", The Art Museum of Santa Cruz County, CA
"Four Views of Sculpture", Davis Art Center, Davis, CA
"69th Crocker-Kingsley Exhibition" Crocker Museum, Sacramento
"Robert Arneson, Changing the Face of American Ceramics, A Tribute" Kingsbourough Community College Art Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
1993 

"Feast Your Eyes,"  Sherry Frumkin Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
"Erotic Art Show" Big Art Gallery, Sacramento, CA
"Pacific Rim Ceramic Sculpture Exhibition", Honolulu Academy of Arts, Honolulu, Hawaii
"75th Anniversary Exhibition", Laguna Art Museum, Laguna, CA
"Large Scale Figurative Ceramics" University Art Gallery, California State University, Hayward, CA
"West Coast Clay: The New Breed", The Museum of California Crafts, S.F., CA

1992 "Art Studio Alumni & Faculty"  UCD Buehler Alumni & Visitors Center, Davis CA
"L.A. You're Driving Me Wild" Sherry Frumkin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
"Tea Time" Babb/Himovitz Gallery, Cambria, CA
"America"  Center for Contemporary Art, Sacramento, CA
1991 "Crocker-Kingsley Anniversary Exhibition"  Crocker Art Museum
"Sculptural Perspectives for the Nineties" Muckenthaler Cultural Center, Fullerton, Ca
"Cup:  As a Metaphor" Sybaris Gallery, Royal Oak, Michigan
1990 "American Ceramics"  National Museum of Ceramic Arts, Baltimore, MD
"The San Francisco Blues Show" - San Francisco Museum of  Modern Art Rental Gallery
"The Making of a Legend: Chief Seattle's Reply" - Hatley Martin Gallery, San Francisco, CA
"Anthony Natsoulas & Roberta Loach" - Branner Spangenberg Gallery, Palo Alto, CA
"Four Ceramic Sculptors" Sybaris Gallery, Royal Oak, Michigan
"Figurative Ceramics" - Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge
1989  "Diamonds Are Forever; Artists and Writers on Baseball", Oakland Museum, Oakland, CA
"Capitol a'la cArte" - California State Capitol, Sacramento
"Contemporary Ceramics, The Artists of TB-9" - Main Gallery California State University at Fullerton, CA
"Genre; People Doing Everyday Things" - Euphrat Gallery, De Anza College, Cuppertino, CA
1988 "Crocker-Kingsley Juried Annual Exhibition" Crocker Museum,  Sacramento, CA
"Three Decades of Art in Davis" - Davis Art Center, Davis, CA
1987 "Members Exhibition" - National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts. Laura Russo Gallery, Portland, Oregon
"Third Annual Monarch Tile National Ceramic Competition" San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, Texas
"Mother Earth, Perpetual Source of Life"  The San Francisco Art Commission Gallery, San Francisco, CA
"Visiting Artists" - Hopkins Hall Gallery, Ohio State University Columbus, Ohio
1986 "Art Bridge" - City Gallery, Kobe, Japan
"Eccentric Imagery" - Berkeley Art Center, CA.  Traveled to Ek'ymose Art Contemporain, Bordeaux, France; Caroline Corre Gallery, Paris, France; and the Centre D'Action Culturelle De St.-Brieuc, France
"West Coast Ceramics" - Walnut Creek Art Center, Walnut Creek, CA
1985 "Contemporary American Ceramics:  20 Artists" - Newport Harbor Art Museum, Newport  Harbor, CA
"Gala Exhibition & Auction" - Independent Curators, N.Y.C.
"Crocker-Kingsley Annual Juried Exhibition", Crocker Museum,  Sacramento, CA
CATALOGS, MAGAZINES AND BOOKS
500 Figures in Clay, Larks books. Pages 47 and 176 2014
Humor in Craft, Brigitte Martin, Page 131, Book 2012
Sacramento Bee, Art review: Ceramics of pals Natsoulas, Kavaljian at Solomon Dubnick
Sacramento Bee From Robert Arneson, a legacy of art and humor By Dixie Reid, the Ticket, Friday, Jan. 8, 2010
Ceramics Monthly,
December 8, 2009 Build, Cast, Carve: The Sculptor’s Life
Confrontational Ceramics, Book, Page 246, By Judith S. Schwartz. 2008
CA Modern Magazine
Home run pursuits, Spring issue 2008
Atomic Ranch, Book 2006
Natomas Magazine, front cover and article. June Issue.
American Style Magazine, "Tony and Donna's Amazing Technicolor Dream House", Pages 66-75. by Margaret Lucke, Article and photos. August 2005
Atomic Ranch Magazine, "Streng Theory", Pages 40-46, Article and Photos. by Bromley Davenport. Summer 2005
"A Conversation With Anthony Natsoulas", Solano Magazine, Celebrates the Arts section. Picture on the cover and article. November 2004
"500 Figures in Clay", Larks Books, pages 342-343.
Ceramics: Art and Perception, "Tony Natsoulas, Camping it up", by Scott Shields with Photos. March 2003, Pages 74-75
Ceramics Monthly
, "Tony Natsoulas' Barococo", Article and Photos. March 2003, Pages 76-77
American Style Magazine, "Barococo", Article and Photos. March 2003 
Kerameiki Techni, International Ceramic Art Review "Barococo: Ceramiques by Tony Natsoulas, Article and Photos.Sept. 2002.Pages 65-69.
Artweek Magazine, "Tony Natsoulas at the Crocker Art Museum" by Brian Elsasser, Article and Photo. November 2002. Pages 13 and 14.
Sacramento Bee, "Art: Now and then, the 1700s", Crocker pairs long-dead engraver, living sculptor who share a theme By Victoria Dalkey -- Bee Art Correspondent (Published Jul. 26, 2002)
American Craft Magazine, "Tony Natsoulas Portrays...", Article and Photos. Dec. 2001 Page 51 to 53.
Niche Magazine, Article and Photos. Page 8. and 42. Winter 2001
Everson National 2000, Exhibition catalog. Everson Museum, Syracuse, NY
The Sacramento Bee, "Ceramic busts shine with familiar faces"  By Victoria Dalkey  Bee Art Correspondent (Published April 11, 1999)
Hands in Clay 11,  An Introduction to Ceramics. Charlotee Speight 1989-1999, Chapter 11, Color Plate 40.
Hands in Clay 111, An Introduction to Ceramics. Charlotee Speight 1989-1999, Chapter 11, Color Plate 40.
Hands in Clay 1V, An Introduction to Ceramics. Charlotee Speight 1989-1999, Chapter 11, Color Plate 40.
Hands in Clay V, An Introduction to Ceramics. Charlotee Speight 1989-1999, Chapter 11, Color Plate 40.
Design in Ceramics, Larks Books, 1998
Asphalt Nation, By JANE HOLTZ KAY
Nouvel Object ll   Color Photos & Article, Seoul, Korea 1997
Nouvel Object lll   Color Photos & Article, Seoul, Korea 1997
Morning Magazine, Color Photos, Article . Tokyo, Japan 1996
Design with Light,  Wanda Jankowski, page 85, color photo.
Ceramics Monthly, "From the Feet Up" page 68-69, June, July, August 1995.
Bicycle Magazine, Bill Strickland, " The Art of Cycling", page 23, June 1993.
American Ceramics, Bruce Nixon, "Anthony Natsoulas"  February 1992
Bass Player Magazine, color photo, page 6, June 1992.
Ceramics Monthly.  Barbara Milman, "Thirty Ceramic Sculptors"  January 1990
Sunset Magazine, "Cow Town?" page 95, color photo, October 1988.
Sculpture Magazine, Commission section, Color photo and description, March - April 1994  p. 36
International Crafts.  (Ed. Martina Magetts).  1991. Publisher: Thames & Hudson p 46
"California Works."  California State Fair 1991. Exhibition catalog, 1991, Award of Excellence P. 26
"Sculptural Perspectives For the Nineties."  Muckenthaler Cultural Center, Fullerton, CA. Exhibition catalog, 1991.  p. 13, 39, 51. 54.
"Thirty Years of TB-9: A Tribute to Robert Arneson"  Gallery Exhibition catalog, 1991,
The Kingsley Art Club Centennial:  A Tribute Exhibition."  Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento. Exhibition catalog, 1991 pp. 10, 17, 28.
Contemporary Ceramics, The Artists of TB-9.  Elaine Levin, Exhibition Catalog, Main Art Gallery, Visual Art Center, California State University, Fullerton, pp. 25, 38-39, 1989.
Contemporary American Craft Art, A collectors' Guide, Barbara Mayer, Chapter 3, Page 65, 1988.
Third Annual Monarch Tile National Martha Wittstruck Competition, Exhibition Catalog, San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, San Angelo, Texas.  April-May 1988.
Juried Members Exhibition.  Jay Lacouture, Exhibition Catalog.  National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts.  Laura Russo Gallery, Portland, Oregon.  March 1988.
Art Bridge.  Nakajima Tokuhiro, Curator of Hyogo Prefectual, Museum of Modern Art Kobe, Japan  Exhibition Catalog. City Gallery, Kobe, Japan. Oct. 1986.
Eccentric Imagery Mare'chal-Workman, Andree, Canseratice, Berkeley Art Center Eccentric Imagery Exhibition Catalog.  Traveling Exhibition: Berkeley to France.  Oct. 1986
"Contemporary American Ceramics, Twenty Artists", Karen McReady, Exhibition Catalog, Newport Harbor Museum, Newport Beach, CA.  May 3- July 8, 1985.
Art News Magazine.  "Introductions '86", October 1986. page 35, Exhibition Catalog.  31st Annual.  Patterson Sims, Richmond Art Center, Richmond, CA. July 1984.
"A Passionate Vision: Contemporary Ceramics from the Daniel Jacobs Collection."
Maria and Lazarus, Eleanor Friedrich, Exhibition Catalog.  DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, Massachusetts, April 1984.
Clay Works:  A National Ceramic Photo Documentary and Work Shop.  Indiana Purdue University at Fort Wayne, Indiana.1983 "American Ceramic Sculpture"  national Museum of Ceramic Art.  Poster and bio September 11 December 30, 1990.
The California Art Review.  Lee Krantz, Pages 885, 8868, 904.
BIBLIOGRAPHY:
The Sacramento Bee,  Julie Howard, "Natsoulas captures the lighter side of life" Oct. 21, 1993 Page 16
Artweek. "West Coast Clay" The New Breed"  April 22, 1993.
Artweek. "Contemporary Figurative Sculpture" April 8, 1993, p. 19.
Los Angeles Times, Nancy Kapitanoff, "Imaginative Exhibit Maps L.A.'s Love-Hate Relationship with Cars."  August 2, 1991
The Stockton Record.  "Anthony Natsoulas Has Fun with Clay" - March 13, 1992, F-3 photo and review.
UC Davis Magazine.  "Artifish" by Marti Childs. p. 26-27. Vol. 9, No.2. Winter 1991.
Artweek.  Cheryl White,  "Anthony Natsoulas" October 17, 1991 p.2 photo; p. 15 story and photos.
O&E (Michigan) "Showing Sculpture", January 4, 1990, p. 12E
Step n' Out. "Tony Natsoulas/Clay Logic" by Rhufe Walker p. 8-9.  1990.
The Detroit Monitor.  "She's Just Trying to Get Ahead!" Cover photo and story. April 28, 1988.
Artweek.  Saunthy Singh, "Lively Ceramic Sculpture."  September 27, 1986,  p.4.
San Francisco Examiner. Al Morch, "Anthony Natsoulas' Feats of Clay Go to Your Head. July 22, 1986.  Page 1 and E3.
The San Diego Union.  Robert L. Pincus, "Museum Exhibits Some Evocative Feats of Clay."  June 2, 1985, p. E-6.
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