WestwindPottery

Potter-E by Cynthia on Etsy

Parkland, Florida · 7 Sales

WestwindPottery

Potter-E by Cynthia on Etsy

Parkland, Florida 7 Sales On Etsy since 2012

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Announcement   My work is mostly about function and use. I work in several different types of clay to accommodate the technical needs of the functionality of the individual piece. My 3 cats and Great Pyreneese dog are inspiration for many of my whimsical drawings and sayings on my pottery.
In addition to my canine/feline themed work, I love to make traditional functional pieces. This body of work is made for everyday kitchen use.
Bowls, mugs, platters, teapots and casseroles. I enjoy experimenting with new ideas.
Look for my latest creation "Cell Fish"... I plan on posting them for sale in February 2017.

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Last updated on Feb 5, 2017

My work is mostly about function and use. I work in several different types of clay to accommodate the technical needs of the functionality of the individual piece. My 3 cats and Great Pyreneese dog are inspiration for many of my whimsical drawings and sayings on my pottery.
In addition to my canine/feline themed work, I love to make traditional functional pieces. This body of work is made for everyday kitchen use.
Bowls, mugs, platters, teapots and casseroles. I enjoy experimenting with new ideas.
Look for my latest creation "Cell Fish"... I plan on posting them for sale in February 2017.

Cynthia Zmetronak

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Anonymous on Mar 28, 2013

5 out of 5 stars

Cute! Recipient loved it.

Anonymous on Jul 23, 2012

5 out of 5 stars

So cute! And well made!

Anonymous on Jul 23, 2012

5 out of 5 stars

Beautiful and well made. I love it!

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I am a maker and clay is my medium.

I started making things in clay in elementary school. My parents sent me to private art classes on the weekend. My mother was very artistic and worked in pastels and many other materials. There was always an art project happening in the house somewhere...usually the dining room. I started throwing on the potter's wheel in 7th grade. My Dad built me a small wheel. I continued throwing classes in college. Bought my first kick wheel kit assembled that in the basement, then an electric wheel. Continued taking classes and workshops and working on my own. Began teaching children and adults at public studios. Began selling work at street festivals and shops. Retired from full time teaching art at public school. Continued to pursue pottery and work on my production line and skill set.

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    Avalon with his Doggles. He helps with inspirational moments daily!

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