My name is Syd, I'm the oldest sister and dragon nerd of the Wipson family.
I went to LSC where I discovered my passion for ceramics. Ceramics has helped me come out of my shell and express myself through art,
I always try to put my all into everything I make and I love to teach classes as well!
Please Note: These dragon eggs are made from pottery and while they are hollowed out for weight purposes, and despite their whimsical descriptions, they do not open, contain baby dragon figurines or will hatch in any way. They are for display purposes only, however they are still really cool!
This egg features vines and leaves handmade in a sprawling pattern on a brown egg. One can only imagine the beautiful dragon that would hatch from this egg.
Ice crystals and the dented surface makes me think this egg has a story of glaciers and an avalanche or two.
Does this egg contain an alien dragon? Will it need a cow plushie when it hatches? Who knows the mysteries of this egg.
This egg is perhaps the most common looking egg with it's scales and dragon colors, however the mysteries of this egg are intriguing to say the least.
Was this egg struck by lightning? It appears that way, but one can only ponder how this egg got its markings.
This egg seems to have sprouted some crystal formations, it is by far the hardest egg of the nest, and the rarest.
This egg is starting to hatch! See the little claws emerging? I hope this dragon isn't as sharp as the egg!
While I love making bowls and mugs and always experimenting with new glaze combinations, one of the main reasons I became interested in ceramics was the messages I could covey and the power of the emotion and movement I could preserve in the clay.
I always say I think better in 3D so I love creating characters and objects with meaningful messages behind them.
This piece is of a girl dressed in black & white to represent the good and evil in all of us.