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Ana Aruaz, the owner of Etni Art, reflects on the history of the company.
“If I close my eyes and think about the moment in my life that I became an artisan, I travel to the past and remember that as a child I liked inventing things to play with. My grandmother taught me many things, she was an artisan and always had new ideas. My art, initially, I saw as something that I was passionate, more like a hobby, but I did not see it as a business because I had other goals.
When I got married and I had my daughters I saw that I could not go to work outside of the home anymore, because I could not find anyone to take care of them. At that moment, I remembered my childhood and I started creating handicrafts, neighbors and family members again. At that point, it became a business. My customers bought them and came back with more orders. I saw as a perfect way to take care of my daughters and work from home.
Today, I thank God for having a business from my home . I can’t explain how much I enjoy creating and painting. Happiness is in having done what you wanted to do.”