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Careers for Color Connoisseurs & Other Visual Types (Vgm by Jan Goldberg

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A new artist usually can’t afford state-of-the-art equipment. Buying secondhand equipment and building your own workbenches and furniture will lower your start-up costs. Artists who are lucky to land shows with galleries usually determine with the gallery owner in advance how much each will earn from a sale. Only the most successful fine artists are able to support themselves solely through sale of their work, however. Meet Some Studio Artists Howard Wexler, Photographer “I first became interested in still photography, and later in cinematography, after watching Hollywood movies,” says Howard S T U D I O A RT I S T S • 3 9 Wexler, a California freelance director of photography.

Others are spent walking the land. And more. “This kind of work can be busy, relaxed, or dangerous. All elements are possible and have occurred. Dangerous includes having photographed in a war zone in Nicaragua or in places that are physically dangerous, such as abandoned houses or grain elevators. “Work can consume a week, but probably sixty hours would be typical. Sometimes teaching residencies require fifteen-hour days, and then some. However, since I work from home, my schedule is very flexible and can be stopped when needed.

A good bit of time is required to design and plan a project before yarn can be threaded S T U D I O A RT I S T S • 4 5 onto the loom. I also host once-a-month weaving classes and always have time for anyone to stop by and purchase yarn. “What I like most is being able to set my own schedule, develop designs and projects, and have time to continue to learn and stretch myself creatively. And do I love taking finished cloth off the loom! “What I like least is the fact that this kind of work is a bit lonely at times and that it’s hard to get a good financial return for the time and effort put into handwoven things.

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