Providing a good stable home for my daughter and starting a nonprofit (Nina Jay's Illustration) that provides artistic opportunities to underserved students, K-12.
Edgar Degas- His work is amazing!
Youth artists- elementary aged children are so creative, it amazes me!
Do what YOU love, not what others would love for you to do!
The Baker Furniture Collection has amazing pieces that date back to the 1400s
Meet and maintain relationships with students from different programs- this adds great networking opportunities after graduation.
Every Wednesday night is Reggae Night at Billy's and it's FREE!
I love to use charcoal (it's messy and I love it!) with charcoal I can do larger pieces in a short amount of time as well as achieve great quality and rich values.
I think this depends on the program. Once the student identifies their program of interest, they should go to the library and read up on the history behind their career choice. By understanding the effect your talent will have on the world will be beneficial as you hone your skills here!
Anything that shows a lack of effort and creativity. Your portfolio is a representation of your artistic skills and should only reflect your best work.