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Cyndi Werne

Warped Reflections, 2010, stoneware, 14 x 15 x 5
Warped Reflections, 2010, stoneware, 14 x 15 x 5

Graphic ElementEver since I first touched Clay I have loved it. It for me has become therapeutic, and it allows me to get my emotions out, while creating something tangible. My work is a mixture of functional and realistic works that I alter by carving, gouging, and combining the clay. The end product is often more energetic, dynamic, and detailed than at the beginning and really allows me to connect with my work. Clay is my medium of choice because I love the forgiving nature of it as well as the constant experimentation that comes along with it. Clay always stays an experience, and really allows one to constantly be involved with endless possibilities.




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