Personal Development Creativity—Failure Recognizing an Unanticipated Result as Desirable

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by Milon Townsend

When artwork don’t turn out as the artist had planned and expected, there is a need to be unattached to the initial idea of what encompasses success. The freedom to recognize an unanticipated result as desirable can often lead to something that’s even better than the original intent.

This article was originally published on page 26 of the July/August 2020 issue of Glass Art.



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