My name is Syd, I'm the oldest sister and dragon nerd of the Wipson family.
I went to Lake Superior College 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.
Constantly trying new things, I keep all things from mugs to planters in stock year round.
Along with unique shapes of mugs and bowls, I have a wonderful variety of colors from warm earth tones to a popping purple!
Whether you're a native or a tourist, you can't not love this beautiful state, and on a mug? Come on in and pick up a mug with a raised Minnesota shape.
Whether you are a full on plant person or just stick to cacti and try not to kill them, there will be a planter mug, or bowl,
*Holes have been drilled at the bottom of all planter mugs and bowls for water drainage*
Not only dragons, but I love so many fantasy creatures!
This chess board was my final project in school
and is a full chess board complete with dragons, unicorns, gnomes,
and even trees and crystals!
These are some of my favorite pieces that I loved making either in school or at home during quarantine in the corner of my living room!
This case includes dragons, mushroom bowls, and art pieces that I hope will speak
to you with their individual meanings.
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.