Her (my elder daughter) last work was completed, and fortunately it got a prize at a exhibition. My family went to see it yesterday to Yokohama.
The work is going to exhibited at three places in turn.
One exhibition is hold at the national art center in Tokyo. This exhibition is organized by five art schools. For students it might be one of a dream that their woks are exhibited at such a famous big public art museum.
I really thought this year was really an important and valuable year for them. All senior or graduated students must have pursed their times to make their works including my daughter.
And, I hear that most of students will not work at companies as businessmen or businesswomen. The word of "the most" might be exaggerated, but at least "half of " is right. And to be more correctly, at least half of students couldn't get official decision, though they tried to work at companies including my daughter.
We , of course, backup her. But yesterday I thought "What a many eggs of artist there are!"
They have manage to live their own life. I can't imagine their life because I was a steady business woman. And Yuki has been a steady business man. (These days even business men are not steady.)
And the works are great though, they can make their work because they have a place to make in their school, they can get material easily and inexpensively because their school support them.
After they graduate from their school, where?? How???
Fortunately, my daughter get part time job at her collage.
In my brain, various difficulties floats in turn, but it can't be helped. It is the life she chose.
What we can do as her parents are, being a big fan and doing a slight financial support with an IOU.