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Day 2 of a Work in Progress by Joseph Najera

To make the “arrow points” I need to cut 24 pieces of steel 2 inches long. I use this measuring instrument. Once set it is faster than using a ruler. I grind them then bend them out. They are ready … Continue reading

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My Latest Work In Progress by Joseph Nájera

  I really like this project: It reminds me of my New Mexico Heritage, so I decided to make a variation of this design. I had an idea about what I wanted to do. So far I am just thinking. … Continue reading

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Works in Progress by Joseph Najera

It has been a while since I have entered a new post, but that does not mean that I haven’t been busy.  I have mentioned on previous occasions that I am a member of a co-op art gallery in downtown … Continue reading

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The Iron Rose by Joseph E. Najera

I became The Iron Rose the day my father passed away. This was my inheritance. He taught me how to think in three dimensions, to create an idea, draw it and make the idea become a reality. He taught me … Continue reading

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The Struggles of an Artist by Carlos Najera

Sometimes I just don’t understand. I always liked drawing. I thought I was good at it. I was eleven years old, still at the Old Haydock School, and I got a very bad grade in my art class. The teacher … Continue reading

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