Author(s): Ä°smet YÃKSEL
In the historical development process, the ceramics produced by shaping with various forms and decorated with many designs continued to contain geometrical elements in their designs as much as day-to-day. The geometric designs that have reached a great richness with the art of Islam have become indispensable elements of the architecture in particular. Achieving the highest levels of mathematics and geometry studies in the 13th century enabled the geometric compositions used in architecture and ceramics to reach the highest level of art. This situation has inevitably interacted with the art of ceramics and geometry and contributed to the narrative processes of today's ceramic art. In this study, the relationship between ceramic history and art and geometry has been tried to be analyzed and evaluated on a current basis. The artists who use geometric elements, the process of creation in contemporary ceramic art, the artistic attitude they exhibited were examined both technically and conceptually.