Cindy featured on FF Journal April 2012
Cindy Wynn began making furniture from scrap metal in 1988 while at the University of North Carolina at Asheville, fabricating her first metal chair while taking a welding class. Today, she uses a stick welder, oxy/propane torch and angle grinders to create pieces from scrap metal parts. The average time to fabricate a large chair is roughly 50 hours. Pontiac required roughly 40 hours. The chair’s shape, proper angles and leaf spring action make it comfortable to sit in, says Wynn.