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ceramics

/ce·ram·ics/ (sah-ram´iks) the modeling and processing of objects made of clay or similar materials.
dental ceramics  the use of porcelain and similar materials in restorative dentistry.

ceramics

[səram′iks]
(in dentistry) the process of making dental restorations from fused porcelain and other glasses.

ceramics,

n the art of making dental restorations or parts of restorations from fused porcelain.
ceramics, orthoclase,
n See feldspar.
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The ceramist, instead of choosing a variety of materials for one reason, has traditionally worked with a single material that is chosen for any variety of reasons.
The opening ceremony kicked off with Sheherezade Alam, one of Pakistan's finest ceramists, performing a short skit titled 'Mitti Walay Haath' on the art of pottery-making.
If there are impediments how did you as a ceramist overcome them?
The exhibition also features the work of a Pakistani ceramist, Alam Sheherezad.
Although Nylund studied to be an architect, he credits his parents -his mother a Danish ceramist and his father a Finnish painter and sculptor -as his greatest influences.
But it is treated as contemporary, fine art and it seems it draws more attention overseas,'' said Kimiyo Mishima, a ceramist whose work is on display in the exhibition.
The store's also a great bet for summery wedding gifts--try a wavy-rimmed serving platter from California ceramist Alex Marshall or a white cylinder vase filled with ruffled sweet peas.
has added fashion accessories to its growing line of products for the artist, ceramist, and hobbyist.
Ceramist Kristen Morgin has created an amazing work using unfired clay, wood, wire, cement and glue.
CERAMIST JILL ROSENWALD has joined with Certified International Corp.
In this interview, Richard Zakin shares his personal history and growth as ceramist, author and teacher; the evolution of his art; and his thoughts as a teacher of teachers.
Ceramist Mark Isley, who is a member of town art group The Tantalus Project, will set up his studio in the summerhouse at Newnham Paddox art park in Monks Kirby on Saturday and Sunday.