Author(s): Kader SÜRMEL?, Arzu TEKEL?
The passion for art, the adventure of research and creation, which developed from the existence of humanity to the present and will last forever, has brought the art of ceramics to the point where it has reached today. Ceramic art; Throughout history, different civilizations and changing lifestyles, according to different technical and aesthetic values, according to different trends and progress has progressed to date. The ceramic, which has been produced for thousands of years, has been a natural part of life by shaping and baking clay with human hands. Although it has different characteristics according to time and regions in terms of material design and resource usage, it has a universal language in terms of general rules. Ceramics works, sometimes with pictorial elements, sometimes appear as works of art and design with sculptures or architectural qualities. In addition, ceramics used in many areas and stages of human life also help to recognize the aesthetic and cultural characteristics of the period in which it belongs. In this study; In the light of the findings obtained as a result of the literature reviewfrom and the examination of the Double Handled Jug from the Seljuk Period of the Anatolian Seljuk Period, the Double Handled Jug from the Sassanid Period, the Unglazed Cube from the Zengi Atabekler in the Elazig Museum ; nine works were performed by using different materials and techniques on two and three dimensional ceramic surfaces. In addition, techniques and methods used in these works explained .
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