(1959 - 2013)
Born in 1959 in Ayn Zhalta, Chouf area , Lebanon
From 1997 to 2002: Instractor of ceramics, University of the Holy Spirit, Kaslik.
Since 1998: Lebanese Academy of Fine Art (alba)
Since 2000: Notre-Dame University (n.d.u)
1978 - 1983: Diploma of the institute de beaux -arts (ceramiques) Toulouse, France.
1991: Training in ceramics at the lycee technique Auguste Renoir , Paris , with Jean Hury.
1987: Lebanese German house, Jounieh.
1992: Galerie les Cimaises, Beirut.
1994: Gallery Alice Moughabghab, Beirut.
1997: Gallery & Cafe l'adresse, Beirut .
2002: Ste Peter Monastery Adra (Kesrouan).
2010: Ceramic Exhibition in the Balamand University, North of Lebanon.
1989, 1992, 1993, 1995, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2004: Salon d'automne, Sursuck Museum, Beirut
1995: Special mention for ceramics Sursuck Museum
1995: Sharjah International Bbiennale of fine arts
1995: Salon des arts decoratifs (SAD) Beirut
1996, 1998, 2000, 2002: Cairo International biennale of ceramics, Egypt .
1997: Fifth Zzagreb international triennal of ceramics Croatia
2001: Ceramic trophy cups, 2001
2002: Flower vases 2002, Croatia
2004: Ceramic plates 2004, Croatia
2009: Salon d'Automne, Prize of the Sursock Museum, Beirut
Extract of Article: Society Magazine, (July-August 1997)
Samir Muller is a name that had often been linked with excellent crafts man ship in the line of domestic pottery .Samir Muller still carries on in that line, however, he saw more in clay than house hold menage . He describes what he does as " creativity in clay" and as an art that converts a negligible material: that is clay into a valuable piece of art appreciated for the aesthetic value it reflects regardless of the degree of its usefulness as a domestic ustensil.
M uller's style is distinguished for its circular shapes and earthly or basic colours. Muller aspires a kind of purity in his work. Cooking and glasing is a very sensitive and delicate process.
Muller's experience and daily interaction with clay has taught him to be modest , natural and complacent with life . His motto is: To live as one feels comfortable.
Passed away - 2013
Samir Muller Creation - Céramique, Diptyque,
Terre cuite engobée et émaillée en deux cuissons, 40 x 31 x 10 cm
Céramique tournée à la main, 24 x 37 cm