Updated: Jun 17
"Turn your passion into a successful career"
It is always a challenge to turn passion into a successful career, even if you lack the skills and the natural talent to impress the viewers with fine art skills, passion is a huge amount of internal energy that if utilized effectively could guarantee success and superiority in any field.
Having a passion for specific practices is a very big advantage that must be exploited. Indeed passion is an in-demand fuel in the business world.
Paint Without A Brush
"Create Art With Silk-screening."
Artists throughout the 19th century tried to revolutionize the tools used in the painting on canvas process, as a matter of creativity, Painting with stencil paper or a rolling pin, or silkscreen, just check Andy Warhol's artworks to know the extraordinary beauty of silk screening.
Silkscreen is a printing technique where a mesh is used to transfer paint onto a canvas, except in areas made impermeable to the paint by blocking with photosensitive gel.
A blade or squeegee is moved across the screen to fill the open mesh apertures with paint, and a reverse stroke then causes the screen to touch the substrate momentarily along a line of contact.
This causes the paint to wet the substrate and be pulled out of the mesh apertures as the screen springs back after the blade has passed. One color is printed at a time, so several screens can be used to produce a multi-colored image or design.
Create Abstract Paintings
"The cruel training classical artists needed."
With the rise of the theosophical movement in the late 19th century, abstraction was the reflection of the secret doctrine ideas on Ar.
Though abstraction indeed is a simplification and superficializing movement, it enabled a wide range of art passionate & creators to get involved in the artists' world, thanks to abstraction, the cruel training classical artists needed to acquire fine painting skills, is no more a barrier in the way of turning your painting passion into a career.
Pollock's technique typically involved pouring paint straight from a can or along a stick onto a canvas lying horizontally on the floor. It's often referred to as the “drip technique”.
Jackson Pollock decided to focus his efforts on a deliberate and sustained exploration of the possibilities of creating an entire composition by dripping or pouring paint, A full four years after his first experimentation with this technique Pollock returned to it with a vengeance, Pollock devised a handy way to create a more continuous line by tilting a commercial can of thinner, more liquid paint, and allowing it to run down a stick placed in the can at an angle.
Lucifer Painting, in which Pollock freely admitted total retrenchment from traditional methods of oil painting, at some point in the process of painting, Pollock laid down his brush and began instead to drip and spatter his pigment, not quite completely covering the underlayer, into which he also embedded small pieces of gravel to increase the texture.
Market Yourself As An Artist
"The Story Behind The Artist"
"The core of being an artist is not the ability to paint on canvas but the ability to create."
An artist could skip mastering fine art classical techniques in his career, whilst skipping the process of marketing himself as an artist is not a choice, to increase the exposure of an art collection, after quality, the story behind the artist's collection plays a key role.
Social media marketing has opened the exposure wide in front of all artists, though the increase in the dose of art exhibited online increased the quality required to capture the viewers' eyes, the ability of the artist to introduce his art uniquely is still vital to increase the artist's audience.
The artist's story, written in his biography, and the summary of significant facts about his art career, appear to have a relation to his marketing campaign success, though painting on canvas is not about words, the few words the artist is writing about himself contributes in some way to his art career.
Information like name, medium, and background information. where he was born, where he work, and even when he first became interested in art, are details to take care of while showing your case as an artist. If you are not able to coordinate your hands with your eyes, you should know that the core of being an artist is not the ability to paint on canvas but the ability to create.