Goals-Smart. Specific, Measurable, attainable, realistic, timely.

Masters and PhD In Arts and Humanities.

S- I want to study arts in San Antonio. Get my bachelors and then move on to Masters. The San Antonio University offers a program of PhD so I can stay there.

M- Since this is a long term goal, every year I get to see the progress I do. My Art teacher helps me a lot by evaluating my work and giving me constructive critiques.

A- yes, everything is. I can get an admission into the College.

R- It is realistic because it involves studying. If you study hard you will get what you want.

T- In terms of time, this will take me 12 years.

Sell my work.

S- Sell a painting, and little by little start to sell more until my paintings become famous.

M- I've been in Art for 2 years. I started to paint last year simple stuff, and now I've trying to be more detailed about it.

A- Yes! If I really look forward to it then I can do it. I Obviously have to be patient while trying to get it though.

R- When moving to a city where people actually buy paintings then, yes. I can sell my paintings and be succesful. Its not an impossible dream.

T- This definitely takes a long time because first you have to get noticed. Maybe just like others artists I will achieve this until I die.

Be an Art Teacher.


Created with images by BiKra - "brush color art" • Thomas Tolkien - "Trying out a new D7000 (1 of 1). By Thomas Tolkien" • katerha - "Winter is an etching, spring a watercolor, summer an oil painting and autumn a mosaic of them all." • pedrosimoes7 - "Abstraktes Bild (Nº 635) (1987) - Gerhard Richter (1932)" • NMC Second Life - "NMC Campus Teacher's Buzz" • byzantiumbooks - "Studio Coffee and Powder Donut"

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