Explore Careers - Job Market Report
Painters, sculptors and other visual artists create original paintings, drawings, sculptures, engravings and other artistic works. They are usually self-employed. This group also includes art instructors and teachers, who are usually employed by art schools.
art teacher (except primary, secondary and post-secondary education), artist, artistic painter, portrait painter, sculptor, silkscreen artist, watercolourist.
- Painters create drawings, paintings and other artwork using oils, pastels, watercolours, charcoal, ink and other media.
- Sculptors create sculptures, statues and other three-dimensional artwork by shaping, carving and working with materials such as clay, ice, paper, stone, wood or metal.
- Art instructors and teachers teach students the techniques and methods of drawing, painting, sculpting and other forms of artistic expression.
Outlook & Prospects for Painters, Sculptors and Other Visual Artists in Newfoundland and Labrador
The future forecast and current conditions for an occupation can vary based on location or due to changes in the economy, technology, or demand for a product or service.
Local Employment Potential Information
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Local Labour Market News
Week of Apr 08 – Apr 12, 2013
- The provincial government's Dept. of Tourism, Culture and Recreation has invested $22M in support of creative productions for 2013
Week of Feb 18 – Feb 22, 2013
- The provincial government announced more than $170,000 in funding to help provincial sports organizations host events
- The provincial government has invested $2M to enhance competition and advance sports in NL in 2012-13
Week of Jan 21 – Jan 25, 2013
- Two new television ads have been launched under the "Find Yourself Campaign" for the tourism industry in NL
- The tourism industry in NL is booming
Week of Jan 07 – Jan 11, 2013
- Seniors across the province will have more opportunity to engage in physical and recreational activities through the provincial government’s investment of $200,000 in the Community Recreational Grants Program
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