Cynde Hujarski – a Cleveland, Ohio area artist – received an Associate’s Degree in Interior Design and Business from Cuyahoga Community College. Cynde used her design talents to master both commercial and residential spaces.
After mastering large-scale design, Cynde turned her focus to jewelry. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Jewelry/Metals from Kent State University in 2010. Kent State University has the professors, programs, and equipment to provide students with cutting edge technology. Cynde was selected for a juried Kent State Student Art Show during her time at the university.
Always incorporating a reverence for the planet by using recycled materials, she has used film negatives and slides to create earrings, pendants, brooches and bracelets. By repurposing obsolete materials, Cynde has discovered a special “niche” as an artist.
Recently, with the introduction of new collection of nature-inspired jewelry, Cynde incorporates patterns found in nature on the surface of enameled copper forms. These pendants, brooches and earrings create a unique combination of color, texture and pattern. Cynde strives to present the beauty of nature in her unique designs.
Cynde also creates one-of-a-kind custom works of jewelry. Open to the desires and visions of her customer, the opportunity to create that distinctive, one-of-a-kind statement piece becomes possible.