Careers to Consider for Art Lovers

If you’re lucky, you have job that you love. But if you’re like most people, your job is looked at more with scorn that with adoration. You might have a good job, make a great salary, but for some people being stuck inside a boring office all day is just too much to handle. Does this sound like you? Does the mere thought of going to work in a office everyday make you want to scream? If so, you’re probably not cut out for a career in an office. You’d be more productive and happier in a career where you can use your creativity and imagination. If this sounds like you, then you might want to consider a career in an art related field.

Many think that an art career can only lead to jobs such as painters or sculptors, but there are a variety of art related careers you might want to consider. In this article, we will look at a number of art-related jobs that an art major can consider.

Do you love working with people and are you considering a career in art? If so, there are many art related jobs that you might be interested in. One such job is that of an Art Therapist.It has been shown that art can be used to invoke a number of different emotion related responses from the people viewing it. As an Art Therapist, your job will be to work with these people and use art to help them deal with any psychological issues that might be preventing them from being happy. Art Therapy is a great career for anybody who loves both art and helping their fellow man.

Another great career for art majors is that of a elementary or high school teacher. There are so many children and young adults today who have an interest in art but need someone to help them form a deep appreciation and understanding. As an art teacher, your job would be to work with young people to help then hone their talents, learn about different art movements and art forms, and allow them to truly understand the beauty of art.

And there is yet another great career for art majors that is exploding in popularity and allows art majors to put their abilities to the test on a daily basis. What artist wouldn’t want a job where there were no restrictions on their creativity? A job as a tattoo artist can be the perfect for choice for art majors. If you don’t have a tattoo, I’m sure you know plenty of people that do, and they spend big bucks to get their “paint”. As a tattoo artist, your job would be to take peoples visions and translate them to art in the form of tattoos. A little knowledge of hygiene and training from an experienced tattoo artist is all you need to get started. Hopefully needles aren’t a problem for you!

Many people have a misconception about what careers are available to artists, but as we have shown there are many other options available to you other than simply becoming a painter. Art has helped shaped the world we live in and still plays an important role today. If you consider all your options, you are sure to find a career in which you can make perfect use of your artistic abilities.



Source by Sidney Landers

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