SymaSmallWorks

syma - CERAMIC SMALL WORKS

New York, United States · 34 Sales

SymaSmallWorks

syma - CERAMIC SMALL WORKS

New York, United States 34 Sales On Etsy since 2010

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Announcement   Syma - CERAMIC SMALL WORKS is my collection of porcelain and terracotta mythical magical interactive gifts and wearable art.

Inspired by ancient artifacts and spiritual objects; and drawing on my degree in psychology; I am developing this line of hand=made limited-edition versions of my larger one-of-a-kind conceptual/ interactive clay with mixed media sculptures and vessels.

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Last updated on Oct 9, 2017

Syma - CERAMIC SMALL WORKS is my collection of porcelain and terracotta mythical magical interactive gifts and wearable art.

Inspired by ancient artifacts and spiritual objects; and drawing on my degree in psychology; I am developing this line of hand=made limited-edition versions of my larger one-of-a-kind conceptual/ interactive clay with mixed media sculptures and vessels.

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Currently a free-lance teaching artist at the Metropolitan Museum of Art; Syma’s low-relief panels are installed on facades and interiors of public and private buildings in New York, Philadelphia, Boston, and London. Collectors include: Agnes Varis; Michael Heller; Chris Rifkin; and the Art Complex Museum in Duxbury, MA.
Her participatory public art project created with elder residents of New York City's Lower East Side public housing, has recently been permanently installed in their community center lobby.
Read more about Syma's large and small works here: http://www.bohohome.com/2016/07/everyday-artist-mudpies-and-magic-plus.html OR click on the BLOG LINK below.

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  • Syma

    Ceramic Artist

    Currently a free-lance teaching artist at the Metropolitan Museum of Art; Syma’s low-relief panels are installed on facades and interiors of public and private buildings in New York, Philadelphia, Boston, and London. Collectors include: Agnes Varis; Michael Heller; Chris Rifkin; and the Art Complex Museum in Duxbury, MA. Her participatory public art project created with elder residents of New York City's Lower East Side public housing, has recently been permanently installed in their community center lobby. Read more about Syma's large and small works here: http://www.bohohome.com/2016/07/everyday-artist-mudpies-and-magic-plus.html

Shop policies

Last updated on August 30, 2016
Welcome to the online shop for my new collection of porcelain and terra cotta magical gifts and wearable art.

Because each piece is hand-made and individually hand-painted, each piece is unique; your selection will not be an exact duplicate of the photos posted on my Etsy shop.

Keep in mind that magic works on its own time-table.

Assume nothing,
Expect even less,
But trust
That it will work....

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Returns and exchanges
If your artwork arrives broken, please contact Syma Small Works within 10 days of receipt and a replacement will be sent ASAP. You must retain all original packaging and contents until the FedEx claim has been processed.

If you are unhappy with your purchase, please repack the artwork in its original packaging and return it to Syma Small Works for a credit. Unfortunately, we cannot credit return shipping costs.
Payment
Syma Small Works accepts PayPal and must receive payment before your artwork can be shipped.

Orders cannot be canceled once they have shipped.
Shipping
After payment is received, your artwork will ship out within 3 business days. Your artwork will ship via FedEx Ground.

Please contact Syma Small Works if you would prefer your artwork to be shipped 2 Day or Overnight for an additional cost.

If you are a local buyer and would like to pick up your artwork from my Brooklyn studio, please contact Syma Small Works to discuss arrangements.
Additional policies and FAQs
Care:

Artwork with gold leaf cannot be rubbed with anything abrasive. Run the artwork under water and allow it to air-dry.

Artwork without gold leaf can be wiped with a damp cloth or cleaned with a lint free cloth or paper towel and rubbing alcohol.

If your tea light drips wax in your Pot of Gold, some warm water inside the vessel will soften the wax and then you can lift it off without harming the gold leaf.

Ceramic jewelry will appear more like an ancient relic over time. It can be cleaned with a lint free cloth and rubbing alcohol.