Each year, I post a link to my previous blog, from 2016, about rejection. It’s that time of year when QuiltCon rejection and acceptance notices are going out. CLICK HERE to read that article.
I deal with rejection as a badge of honor. It means you put yourself out there. And it’s ok if this venue did not accept your beautiful work. Let us see your amazing art anyway.
I have dozens of book rejections.
I have dozens of teaching venue rejections.
I have LOTS of quilt show rejections.
I could wallpaper a small bathroom with the number of rejections I have.