Love What You Do

I am doing what I love, I get to make people happy and I make a good living. I am in control of my business on the creative level and how it is marketed.

There are so many things you can do as an artist. The fields are endless. The consensus is artist starve. I think if you believe that, you haven’t talk to a lot artist. Most of the ones I know are quite comfortable.

Facts are there are more and more and more opportunities for artist than there was 30 years ago. Graphic artist can take art to higher levels thanks to technology. There are jobs at every level in the entertainment field as well. Fine artist like myself have the means to get our work out to so many people now.

Getting to share my work and knowledge is a gift. I will not overlook the importance of what I do. I love to draw and paint. I love to learn and this computer is a great tool for me to get my work seen. Learning how to post my work so you can see it is my main focus. I do however want control over my website.

If you’re working towards a career in art the choice is yours. What type of art do you want to do? Once you figure that out the next step is to master skills that will support your decision. Just remember how far you take your art is up to you.

There are things you must identify in yourself before you make your decision. Can you work independently? Do you practice a disciplined life style? Is the field you want to get into going to support you and the life style you want to live? Finally what are you willing to do to make this happen?

One percent of artist start out with a natural gift, they already have the ability to observer and record what they see on paper. Ninety percent of creative minds have to teach their brain to look past the obvious so we can record what is important.

So you have decided to become an artist. From this point on you must learn everything you can about the direction you want to take this. Learning the basics and move up from there. Everything is relevant to achieving your place in the world of art.  They say if you do what you love you never feel like you’re working. This is so true, I do what I love and I am learning something new every day to support my choice to live as a fine artist.

Here are some careers that support artist:

  • Graphic designer
  •  TV Graphics
  • Fashion designer
  • Photographer
  • Special effects artist
  • Animator
  • Web designer
  • Font designer
  • Sculptor
  • Textile artist
  • Painter /Artist
  • Ceramic artist
  • Printmaker
  • Furniture designer
  • Landscape designer
  • Architect
  • Interior designer
  • Fashion designer
  • Art critic Film critic
  • Art historian
  • Book illustrator
  • Comic book artist
  • Medical illustrator
  • News photographer
  • Arts editor
  • Cartoonist
  • Greeting card designer
  • Advertising designer
  • Baker/culinary artist
  • Tattoo artist
  • Sign maker
  • Jeweler
  • T-shirt designer
  • Stained-glass artist
  • Mosaic artist
  • Police sketch artist

As you can see there are so many ways you can express yourself as an artist and make a great living at it. I chose to stay at home and work as a fine artist. So marketing my work is a part of my business. This is my career and showing my art work on the internet is taking my art business to a whole new level.

 

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