from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One who makes ceramic objects or artwork.
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- n. A person who makes ceramics objects; a potter.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A person devoted to the ceramic art, whether as a manufacturer, a designer and decorator, or as a student or connoisseur.
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- n. a craftsman who shapes pottery on a potter's wheel and bakes them it a kiln
"Bordeaux in the '20s and' 30s — From Paris to the Aquitaine" presents art and furniture of the Art Deco movement associated to artists from the Bordeaux region, such as ceramist René Buthaud and painter Jean Dupas.
Who knows what's around the corner among the more than 30,000 works covering the past 7,000 years: an ancient Greek idol, a splendid medieval manuscript, a Rembrandt portrait, a rarely seen Impressionist painting, an Andy Warhol attention-getter or a 21st-century up-and-coming ceramist?
Turning to the contemporary, dealer Katie Jones will have a joint show at Galerie Besson in the Royal Arcade of sought-after Japanese ceramist Ken Mihara and indigo-dye textile artist Shihoko Fukumoto, both produce striking meditative works (prices: £ 3,000 - £ 14,500).
The skilled ceramist caries on the artisan traditions of Ocumicho, Michoacan.
This sneaky snake, having crawled out of the clay at the encouragement of Antonia Cruz Rafael's hands, coils to to strike. The skilled ceramist caries on the artisan traditions of Ocumicho, Michoacan. © Travis Whitehead, 2009
Antonia Cruz Rafael of Ocumicho, Michoacan is a skilled ceramist.
That said, I came across Canadian ceramist, Paige Russell and her beautiful "Spout Family" of pottery.
From Wikipedia:Eugène Henri Paul Gauguin 7 June 1848 – 8 May 1903 was a leading Post-Impressionist artist, painter, sculptor, printmaker, ceramist and writer.
Long an artist colony the ceramist Beatrice Wood lived here, a spiritual retreat, and a hippie haven, the Ventura County hamlet started off in the 1870s with the name Nordhoff, in honor of travel writer Charles Nordhoff.
I remember a gal who took a clay not polymer class from a well-known ceramist.
"Villa Nurbs -- Architecture and Ceramics" showcases Villa Nurbs, a home designed by the Spanish architect Enric Ruiz-Geli (born 1968) with artist Frederic Amat (born 1952) and ceramist Toni Cumella (born 1951).