Tracie Smith's Profile
I am one of the few people blessed enough to say that I became "what I wanted to be" when I grew up.
Since I was a small child, I have loved the arts. Especially the ones that require my hands to get DIRTY! My sweet mother was wise enough to understand my love for art and introduced me to clay at a young age. Throughout highschool I would take art classes for fun. As I studied science in college, I also enjoyed art classes on the side, however, when I took my first Pottery class in my third year at college, I immediately switched my major, and graduated as an ART major, in Ceramics.
Pottery is a unique process. I start by hand 'thowing' clay on the wheel into a desired piece of dinnerware, bakeware, kitchen items and art pieces. This is the most fun, and least time-consuming part of creating pottery. Next, the pieces need to carfully dry over 2-6 days,…
- Joined June 25, 2009