Do you love to draw and paint? Is it your passion? That’s awesome! You’re awesome! You may one day become a full time professional artist. Keeping creating!
Remember to work hard in all of your classes, especially in your art classes and any classes that have to do with communication. Successful artists don’t just create amazing work, they also need to be able to communicate effectively about that work in order to make a living.
Pay attention to your teachers. Work hard.
The following text talks about things you can do to develop as an artist. It will also show you what types of spaces are available for junior high school students to show their art and what spaces are NOT available at your level.
I hope this is helpful to you. Many thoughtful readers read things like this two or more times to completely understand the text.
It’s probably a good idea to read this with your parents. They can help to fill in any gaps in understanding.
Who’s here to help you?
Who will bend over backwards to help you?
Who’s NOT here to help you?
Where do you get to exhibit?
Where do you NOT get to exhibit?
Things You Can Do To Move Your Art Career To The Next Stage
Lastly, as you read above, we do not exhibit junior high school students. There’s no use contacting us about a show. There are other places for you, however, so feel free to check out those places and contact them.