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2002 "Barnard and Douglas at Anton," Jessica Dawson, The Washington Post, June 13, 2002
2001 "East Meets West," Lee Lawrence, American Style, Spring 2001, p. 73
"The Clay's the Thing," Michael O'Sullivan, The Washington Post, March 16, 2001
The Ceramic Glaze Handbook, Mark Burleson, Lark Books, p. 9
2000 "Rob Barnard, a Classic Potter in Virginia," interview by Mary Swift, Washington Review, April/May 2000
Design Sourcebook: Ceramics, Edmund de Waal, New Holland
"Freer to the Fourth Power," Michael O'Sullivan, The Washington Post, May 12, 1999
1999 "English Urban/American Rural," Claire Wilcox, Ceramics Monthly, Summer
1998 "The Japanese Pottery Tradition and Its Influence on American Ceramics," Gerry Williams, American Craft, April/May 1998
1997 "Assimilations: Japanese Spirit, American Reality," Beck Crothers, Washington Review, Vol. XXII, No. 1
1997 "Japanese Spirit, American Beauty," Janet Koplos, catalog from "Assimilations," Nippon Gallery, New York, NY
1996 "Knowing Objects‹An Unfinished Rumination," Janet Koplos, New Art Examiner, April 1996
1995 Wood-Fired Stoneware and Porcelain, Jack Troy, Chilton Books, p. xi, 7,8,110
"Rob Barnard," John Perreault, American Ceramics, 12(1), 54
"Beauty Born of Fire," Nicols Fox, Southern Accents, 18(5), Sept/Oct 1995, 84-90
"Geoffrey Fuller, Rob Barnard, Byron Temple: Invented Tradition," Julian Stair, Studio Pottery, #18, Dec/Jan
"Beyond East and West," Jane Addams Allen, catalog from "Beyond East and West: A Rob Barnard Retrospective 1974-1994," Sasakawa Peace Foundation, Washington, DC, 1995
1993 "The Dynamics of Useful Objects," Ceramics Monthly, 1-93
"Utilitarian Clay: Celebrate the Object," Jack Troy, American Ceramics, 10/3
Rob Barnard," Mary McCoy, The Washington Post, 9-25-93
1992 "Revolving Techniques," Ceramics Monthly, 12-92
"Rob Barnard," Linda Thern-Smith, New Art Examiner, September 1992
"Rob Barnard," Janet Koplos, Ichi No Ichi-Mainichi Daily News, #6/1992
1991 "Rob Barnard," Alice Thorson, City Paper, 4-26-91
"Say It In Clay," Leigh Ann Bowles, Curio, Summer 1991
"NEA Fellowships 1990," American Craft, 1-91
1990 Ceramics, Richard Zakin, Chilton Books, p.65
"Critics Talk Back," Matthew Kangas, The Crafts Report, 1-90
"Summing Up the Eighties," Matthew Kangas, American Ceramics, 8/3
1989 "The Fire Marked Pots of Rob Barnard," The Daily Yomuri, 3-16-89
"Form Enhances Function," Alice Thorson, The Washington Times, 5-25-89
"Rob Barnard/Tazuko Ichikawa," Florence Gilbard, Museum & Arts, 3-89
1988 "Go East Young Man," Roger Gilroy, The Washington Post Magazine, 3-20-88
"Teapots, Vases and Bowls," Alice Thorson, The Washington Times, 3-4-88
"Rob Barnard," Benjamin Forgey, The Washington Post, 3-19-88
1987 "Molding the Past," Roger Gilroy, Veteran, 9-87
1987 "The Politics of Pottery", Warren Fredrick, Ceramics Monthly, 1-87
"Rob Barnard," Mary McCoy, New Art Examiner, 6-87
"Rob Barnard: Potter," Michael Welzenbach, American Ceramics, 5/4
"Master Potter," Jane Addams Allen, The Washington Times, 3-24-87
"The Art of the Japanese Potter," Jack Troy, American Ceramics, 5/4
1985 "Woodfiring in America," Ceramics Monthly, 9-85
1984 "Eye of the Potter," Michael Welzenbach, The Washington Post, 11-14-84
"Crafts and Craftsmen," Timothy Harris, Asahi Evening News, 4-2-84
"Rob Barnard," Amaury St. Gilles, Mainichi Daily News, 2-23-84
"The Peters Valley Woodfire Conference," Louise Cort, Malcolm Wright, The Studio Potter, 12/2
1983 "A Rob Barnard Teapot," Louise Cort, Ceramics Monthly, 12-83
"Barnard/Peterson," Benjamin Forgey, The Washington Post, 6-23-83
1977 "Rob Barnard," Timothy Harris, Asahi Evening News, 4-2-77
"In Pursuit of Simplicity," Asahi Shinbun, 5-27-77

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