About the Artist

Cindy lives in the Black Hills of South Dakota and has worked for more than 15 years in pottery, mostly wheel-thrown. She also enjoys watercolor, pastels, and has experimented in many other media.

See her pottery at her Etsy store. If you have questions, feel free to ask. Meantime, enjoy browsing the site.

10 Responses to “About the Artist”

  1. Ali November 2, 2008 at 2:07 pm #

    Hey, I’m an A Level student from the UK and firstly i’d like to say I think you’re stuff is fantastic! I’m doing some work on Pottery at the moment and I was going to use some of your work as an example of an artist who uses pinch pots and throwing? I was wondering If you could maybe give me some background information on yourself. It’d be brilliant if you could! Please reply to my e-mail address.

    Thanks.. ali x

  2. beth June 30, 2010 at 12:56 pm #

    hi, i was just wondering if you could tell me abit about where you inspiration comes from to make the little clay houses and what techniques you use. i am an A level student studying architectural buildings and eventually i am going to make my own buildings out of clay. and i would like you use your was as inspiration if you wouldnt mind. please reply asap. i would be most grateful if you replied to my email address.

    thank you
    beth x

    • cindyinsd July 1, 2010 at 12:53 am #

      Hey, Beth

      Thanks for the kind words and for stopping by. I sent you an e-mail, and as I mentioned there, will be posting a tutorial on making mushrooms maybe this evening or maybe a little later.

      Blessings, Cindy

      • beth July 13, 2010 at 3:27 pm #

        thank you for the reply cindy.
        but i dont think i recieved an email from you unfortunately. if you wouldnt mind could you try again as i really would like to put you into my art research.

        thank you


  3. Mary Rost September 5, 2011 at 9:39 pm #

    Hello Cindy,
    This is Mary. I took your Art Journaling Class at the YMA this summer.
    I see that you are offering a pottery class that begins the end of September.
    Is this a hand pottery class or a wheel class?
    Will you be offering your pottery classes in the new year?
    Tammy and I are interested in your pottery classes, but have a conflict with timing for your fall class.
    Please respond.
    Mary Rost

    • cindyinsd September 5, 2011 at 10:34 pm #

      It’s a wheel and/or hand building class. Some people find they like the wheel better and others prefer hand-building or slab building. Just depends on what you want to do. As far as I know, we’ll be offering this class in the winter and spring sessions as well. They’re always offered on Thursday nights, though. It seems more people are available on that night, and it’s a popular class. We might be able to work out a Tuesday night class. That depends on whether the ATC and/or Journal classes run.

  4. Dariane January 5, 2012 at 12:42 pm #

    Hi my name is Dariane, I’m currently a senior at Montour High School in Pennsylvania. I’m taking ceramics III at my school and am currently working on my final project which consists of chosing an artist who inspires me and mimicking their work. I chose you because I’m really good at making pinch pots and bowls and I really love your work even if it’s mainly done on the wheel. For this project I also have to write a paper on my aritst and I was wondering if you could answer some questions for me, maybe over e-mail? Please let me know as soon as possible, I would love to talk and learn some facts. Thanks

    • cindyinsd January 5, 2012 at 8:14 pm #

      Sure, Dariane. I’ve sent you an e-mail. And thanks!

      • Dariane January 6, 2012 at 1:49 am #

        I never got an e-mail, could you please try and send it again to xodareeee23@aim.com

  5. cindyinsd January 6, 2012 at 2:29 am #

    Hey, Dariane

    I think that’s the address I wrote to . . . maybe it went into your spam folder? Anyway, I did write again. Talk to you soon. 🙂

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