World's first vision boards set "Dreams come true"

Cut and Reassembled

A project in Peoria, IL by Kari Thornton

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Obsessively cut and reassembled ceramics (and my life) in search of strong Japanese inspiration and a worldly experience
Backers: 31
Average Pledge Per Backer: $98

Funded: $3,051 of $3,000
Dates: Nov 17th -> Dec 17th (30 days)
Project By: Kari Thornton
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Latest News

I'm going to Japan!

December 3rd - via:
Hey, Guess What!!!! I have officially accepted a spot in a studio in Seto Japan. My start date is June 1st!! Now..... This is what I need from all my wonderful supporters and encouragers, comment on the project page to help boost my ratings on the... (Read More)

Studio Contact!

November 18th - via:
Great news!!! I have been in contact with an organization called Explore Japanese Pottery.  It is a 30-90 day program which would allow me to study under a master Japanese Potter.  The owner of the organization has been in contact with me and we... (Read More)

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