Wow. Beautiful. I love containers. I have seen many "Inro"s in Japan, and some of them look like they could've been used in 500 years ago. What are they made of? Polymer clay? I cant wait for your website done!
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For the next 13 months we'll discuss the trials, triumphs, and tribulations of exhibiting in art shows as emerging artists and established artists. Exhibition coverage will be balanced with tips on how to strategically build a legacy over a length of time, in a way that makes sense to your individual goals as an artist and maker.
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