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  • 1. The Career of an Artist
    By: Olivia O’Connor
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  • 2. Job Overview
    Create original artwork using clay, fabrics, stone, and other materials to express their feelings
    Sketch, draw, paint, sculpt subjects or items
    Draw designs, letters, or lines
    Work in digital format
  • 3. Job Overview Continued
    Draw with oil, acrylic, or watercolor paints on material such as paper, canvas, wood, or plaster
    Create art to communicate ideas and thoughts
    Cut or shape stone, tile, brick, or other related materials
  • 4. Education
    *The degree you receive is dependent upon how much training is desired
    *Minimum education level: High School diploma
    *Bachelor degree of art is highly
    recommended
    *Most Common Education: Long-Term
    on-the-job training
  • 5. Education continued
    *Need to know how to use paints, and basic paint techniques
    *English, social science, natural science, history and studio art
    *Training in fine art, craft art, and
    multimedia art
  • 6. Salary
    Beginning salary: $15,000
    Middle salary: $48,000
    Potential salary: $98,000
  • 7. Growth Potential & Job Outlook
    Outlook: Stable
    Growth Potential: between 6% and 8.97%
  • 8. Related Careers
    Photographers
    Fashion Designers
    Art Director
  • 9. Supplies an artist may use
    Canvas
    Paint(oil, water colors, acrylic)
    Paint brushes
    Easel
    Clay
    Camera
    Computer
    Colored pencils
    Markers
    Pencils
    Erasers
  • 10. Vincent Van Gogh
    Vincent Van Gogh lived from March 30 1853 – July 29 1890
    Vincent van Gogh, a famous artist, did not cut off his ear, he only cut off a small portion of his ear lobe.
    Vincent only sold one painting during his lifetime and only became famous after his death.
    Vincent shot himself in a wheat field
    in Auvers, France but did not die
    until 2 days later at the age of 37.
    One of Vincent's most famous paintings is “Starry Night.”
    Facts From: http://www.vangoghgallery.com/misc/fun_facts.html
  • 11. “Goals are dreams with deadlines.”(Diane Hunt)