By: Huong L.
Training and Education
The trainings or skills that you need to become a fine artist is artistic, creativity, dexterity, interpersonal, business, and customer service abilities.
Most fine artist earns a Bachelor's or Master's degree. A Bachelor's degree takes 4 years to get and a Master's takes 2 to 3 years, so you might attend college/university for about 10 or 11 years.
Cluster: Fine Arts
Fine artists can work anywhere. It can be indoors or outdoors or even in their own office, it depends on what kind of project they're working on.
How they dress:
Fine artists can dress normally. They don't have to wear a formal dress or an outfit, they can dress casually or normally.
Do they work independently or group work:
Fine artists work independently.
Fine artists get $44,400 per year and $21.35 per hour. They usually work full time which is fine but if you don't want to work full time then its okay, you'll still get money.
The job outlook depends on the overall state economy. The job growth is 2 percent, and could be limited.
Responsibilities of a fine artist:
·You must develop creative ideas for making art
·Select, shape, cut, or joint materials to guide work
·Use visual techniques
·Complete grand proposals/ applications
·Display your artwork