Is there a difference between "kunstenaar" and "artiest"?
I've read somewhere else that "artiest" is a performing artist.
Why was the "een" omitted here?
Geen = een + niet
I thought "kunstenares" was the plural female form of "kunstenaar", but the subject in this sentence is singualar, so I guess it's not...
Kunstenares -> Feminin singular.
Why " She is not artist" is wrong?
In English (unlike French or Dutch) you need an article before a profession - so "She is not an artist."
Other examples: My brother is a teacher, my friend is a psychologist, when I was a child I wanted to be an astronaut...
Because she is an actress !