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Failures

January’s Why I do what I do is: I have a strong need to grow and learn.

“Fear of failure becomes fear
of success for those who never
try anything new.”

Excerpt From: Wayne W. Dyer. “Everyday Wisdom for Success.” iBooks. https://itun.es/us/tASfx.l

Pictured are a few of my metalsmithing failures. Designs gone awry, melted bezels, solder globs, poor execution. Not everything I try works. Yet, I LEARN from those failures and improve, because I am willing to try new things. Someone once told me that if you didn’t make any mistakes, it just means you weren’t trying hard enough. These mishaps make me a better artist. When you fall down, brush off the dirt, get up and move on.

Now let’s see what my fellow bloggers have shared:

Andes Cruz

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I continue to aspire to me more as an artist and a person.

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Ande Cruz, the founder of our Blog-o-Sphere Think Tank group, had another great idea for those of us who blog. What if we posted photos, once a month, that embody Why We Do What We Do? These posts will be short and sweet.

For November, I chose this photo Dan took of me creating textures using Chasing & Repousse. Why do I do what I do? It is because I Love to Move Metal!

Now let’s see what my fellow bloggers are sharing about themselves:

Andes Cruz
angelojones

Until next time, aspire to be more as an artist and a person.

Kathleen Krucoff


Artist and Metalsmith

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