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I like doing arts and crafts, so I would probably go to one of those fun little ceramic places and go paint some plates and do something fun like that. — Christina Milian
I have always wished I could learn to be a potter. I love collecting ceramics; it would be so fulfilling to create something lovely. — Julie Andrews
When I was in school in the Art Institute, we had several problems during the course of the time we were taking ceramic classes where we had to do a sculptural piece. And when I say a sculptural piece, it's nothing like what we conceive of now as a sculptural piece. — Warren MacKenzie
[Bernard Leach] talked about painting, but we never talked about ceramics in that evening. But at the end of the evening he said to us, "Well," he said, "I've changed my mind, and if you want, you can come back a year from now and apprentice in the workshop." — Warren MacKenzie
[ Bernard] Leach was the one who taught us that, because he, too, had started out as a painter and an etcher and had only gotten into ceramics by chance when he was in Japan trying to teach the Japanese how to do etching, which, as he said, they were not ready for yet. — Warren MacKenzie
I took a number of graphic courses, lithography and etching and wood engraving [at Art Institute]. And particularly as I got more and more into ceramics, I thought, life drawing doesn't have anything to do with ceramics. — Warren MacKenzie
I thought I was going to be able to use my painting ideas as decoration on pottery, but my painting did not translate into decoration on pottery. I thought it was going to, and in fact I made, while still in school, a plate with one of my paintings on it, and that's exactly what it was, it was a plate with a painting on it. It was not a decorated plate; it was just a painting superimposed over a three-dimensional ceramic form. — Warren MacKenzie
We both [with Alixandra Kolesky MacKenzie] got into ceramics, you might say, by the back door. Looking back on it, I think this was a very good thing. — Warren MacKenzie
What I didn't know at the time [of my scholarship] was that the ceramic class was not really a very good class. This was many years ago and should not reflect on the conditions at the Art Institute of Chicago to this day, but we didn't know anything and we started to learn about how to work with clay.
When many people think of "new age" they think of crystals and purple decals and ceramic angels in people's windows and a kind of fuzzy thinking - which is abhorrent to a serious person.
There was this one lady in Colorado who made us something ceramic, where it could have been either a ring holder or a bowl cleaner. She was just like, "Here you go." And we were both like, "Oh my god! Thank yoooou!"
I do a lot of ceramics.
When I was incarcerated at Alderson in West Virginia for a five-month term, they had a ceramics class.
The other day I started to take a course in psycho-ceramics.
What is psycho-ceramics? It's the study of crackpots.
Ridiculous that some people feel superior to the gay minority.
They're the only couples you'll ever find poking around for ceramics and candle holders in the winery gift shop and both parties really want to be there.
Some kids spent their allowance going to see 'Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom'; I spent mine on a great-looking lamp I'd found at the flea market and a ceramic bowl from a neighborhood garage sale.
I was always doing films, but the ceramics didn't come until later.
I did take ceramics in university, which gave me an appetite for the medium, but I couldn't figure out what I wanted to do with it yet.
When people say ceramics is therapeutic and seductive, I think it's really about the wheel. Nothing I've done has that feeling; I feel like I'm fighting with the material the whole time. It doesn't want to be vague. It doesn't want to be asymmetrical. It doesn't want to have different clays combined. It doesn't want to do any of the things I make it do.
All of the people in my building are insane.
The guy above me designs synthetic hairballs for ceramic cats.
I came up to New York at 20 with a suitcase and a ceramic tiger.
That was my one piece of furniture and I wanted to save it.