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by Anne Bothwell 12 Dec 2007

“The worst piece of art I ever made is also one of  the most important pieces of art I’ve ever made,” writes Michael Bise on Glasstire. His short take on creating his first and only sculpture, inspired by the urn that held his father’s ashes, offers the personal detail that puts a little muscle on sometims flabby cliches (failure leads to growth; art heals).  What his art usually looks like […]

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“The worst piece of art I ever made is also one of  the most important pieces of art I’ve ever made,” writes Michael Bise on Glasstire. His short take on creating his first and only sculpture, inspired by the urn that held his father’s ashes, offers the personal detail that puts a little muscle on sometims flabby cliches (failure leads to growth; art heals).

 What his art usually looks like here.

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