Definitions

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  • noun One who is not an artist (creator of art).

Etymologies

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non- +‎ artist

Examples

  • Keith Harris, a nonartist art historian at Ohio University's School of Interdisciplinary Arts, said that the PhD can enhance studio production, but many students have found that getting a PhD takes away from work in the studio.

    Daniel Grant: Universities to Artists: Get a Doctorate?

  • Keith Harris, a nonartist art historian at Ohio University's School of Interdisciplinary Arts, said that the PhD can enhance studio production, but many students have found that getting a PhD takes away from work in the studio.

    Daniel Grant: Universities to Artists: Get a Doctorate?

  • Keith Harris, a nonartist art historian at Ohio University's School of Interdisciplinary Arts, said that the PhD can enhance studio production, but many students have found that getting a PhD takes away from work in the studio.

    Daniel Grant: Universities to Artists: Get a Doctorate?

  • Keith Harris, a nonartist art historian at Ohio University's School of Interdisciplinary Arts, said that the PhD can enhance studio production, but many students have found that getting a PhD takes away from work in the studio.

    Daniel Grant: Universities to Artists: Get a Doctorate?

  • Yet several of the nonartist naturalists in "Field Notes" manage well enough.

    Spiral-Bound and Spellbound

  • He admits he's a nonartist, so he measures everything instead of eyeballing it.

    The Other Side Of The Opening

  • That the artist might be distinguished from the nonartist by the quality of his imagination rather than by his manual training did not occur to

    CHANCE IMAGES

  • - to his family, to nonartist friends, to himself - why he devoted so much of his time and energy to something as nonremunerative as poetry.

    RVABlogs

  • - to his family, to nonartist friends, to himself - why he devoted so much of his time and energy to something as nonremunerative as poetry.

    RVABlogs

  • - to his family, to nonartist friends, to himself - why he devoted so much of his time and energy to something as nonremunerative as poetry.

    NEWSgrist - where spin is art

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