ceramist


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ce·ram·ist

 (sə-răm′ĭst, sĕr′ə-mĭst) or ce·ram·i·cist (sə-răm′ĭ-sĭst)
n.
One who makes ceramic objects or artwork.

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Noun1.ceramist - a craftsman who shapes pottery on a potter's wheel and bakes them it a kilnceramist - a craftsman who shapes pottery on a potter's wheel and bakes them it a kiln
artisan, journeyman, artificer, craftsman - a skilled worker who practices some trade or handicraft
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FLORENCE - Whimsical work by ceramist Ali Shapiro will be exhibited starting Tuesday at Backstreet Gallery's new Old Town location at 1421 Bay St.
Ceramist and sculptor Will, who is the team's skipper, said: 'In only three days it is extremely hard work to achieve the scale and finish to make the work a success.
Ceramist Martin Smith has made ten large truncated cones which are clad in platinum leaf.
Favour is obviously an experienced and knowledgeable ceramist as indicated by her confident clay-handling and germane commentary.
If music isn't your thing and you prefer ceramics, professional ceramist Ewelina Birut-Hadjimanolis can take both beginners and advanced learners on a ceramic experience ride.
First, he wished to invoke contemporary primitivism, he says, and second, "I wanted to revive the colors of the '50s and the '60s in a new way." The result is a light that, from the outside, "looks like a rhinoceros," says Levy, and from the inside "makes a halo of color." (It comes in four shades--red, green, orange, and blue--and four sizes.) Manufactured by ceramist Jean-Paul Aiello, who runs the Terres et Formes workshop in Gardanne, France, each light, says Levy, "has a very, very close relationship to what's happening every second of making it."
FOLLOWING the success of last year's adult workshop season, Ceri Skene, the Model House and Craft Centre's resident ceramist, has arranged extra classes for this autumn term.
He was also a talented glass blower and ceramist and is best known for developing a distinctive style of ceramics called rustic ware.
Under the title Old Traditions -- New Expeditions, ceramist Koula Kalvari will present her personal creations inspired by lace and lace embroideries of Cyprus to encourage the participating children to be inspired by traditions of their homeland and create their own ceramic works of art.
Kim himself states that he does not follow a specific tradition, but finds that "just to work as a ceramist is traditional enough."
The video follows a ceramist as she transforms a slip-cast hollow form into a complex bas-relief sculpture involving slabs, coils and other hand-built procedures.
The identity of the ceramist owes to be revealed through the work itself.