Profession artistic painter
Visual artists create and execute works of art by sculpting, painting, drawing, creating cartoons, engraving or using other techniques.
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- Artists agent
- Labour legislation
Legislation, on a national or international level, that governs labour conditions in various fields between labour parties such as the government, employees, employers, and trade unions.
- Intellectual property law
The regulations that govern the set of rights protecting products of the intellect from unlawful infringement.
- Art history
The history of art and artists, the artistic trends throughout centuries and their contemporary evolutions.
- Monitor art scene developments
Monitor artistic events, trends, and other developments. Read recent art publications in order to develop ideas and to keep in touch with relevant art world activities.
- Use genre painting techniques
Use a genre or academic painting and drawing techniques.
- Study artistic techniques
Study a variety of artistic techniques and learn how to apply them in concrete artistic projects.
- Maintain an artistic portfolio
Maintain portfolios of artistic work to show styles, interests, abilities and realisations.
- Define artistic approach
Define your own artistic approach by analysing your previous work and your expertise, identifying the components of your creative signature, and starting from these explorations to describe your artistic vision.
- Create original paintings
Create paintings, drawing from your experience, inspiration and techniques.
- Select artistic materials to create artworks
Select artistic materials based on strength, colour, texture, balance, weight, size, and other characteristics that should guarantee the feasibility of the artistic creation regarding the expected shape, color, etc. - even thought the result might vary from it. Artistic materials such as paint, ink, water colours, charcoal, oil, or computer software can be used as much as garbage, living products (fruits, etc) and any kind of material depending on the creative project.
- Use artistic materials for drawing
Use artistic materials such as paint, paintbrushes, ink, watercolours, charcoal, oil, or computer software to create artwork.
- Contextualise artistic work
Identify influences and situate your work within a specific trend which may be of an artistic, aesthetic, or philosophical natures. Analyse the evolution of artistic trends, consult experts in the field, attend events, etc.
- Create original drawings
Create original drawings, based on texts, thorough research and discussion with authors, journalists and specialists.
- Create sketches
Draw sketches to prepare for a drawing or as a standalone artistic technique.
- Use painting techniques
Apply painting techniques such as 'trompe l'oeil', 'faux finishing' and aging techniques.
- Gather reference materials for artwork
Gather samples of the materials you expect to use in the creation process, especially if the desired piece of art necessitates the intervention of qualified workers or specific production processes.
- Create artwork
Cut, shape, fit, join, mould, or otherwise manipulate materials in an attempt to create a selected artwork - be the technical processes not mastered by the artist or used as a specialist.
- Develop visual elements
Imagine and apply visual elements such as line, space, colour, and mass to express emotions or ideas.
Optional knowledge and skillskeep personal administration collaborate with technical experts on artworks paint sets develop educational activities submit preliminary artwork plan art educational activities ensure safety of exercise environment develop artistic project budgets study artworks develop educational resources collaborate with a technical staff in artistic productions confer on artwork assess conservation needs
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