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Fine Arts: Sample of Possible Occupations



Advertising Artist
Bookplate Artist
Fashion Artist/Designer
Motion Picture Artist
Advertising Designer
CAD Designer
Filmmaker
Motion Picture Scenic Designer
Aerial Photographer
Calligrapher
Floral Designer
Municipal Graphic Designer
Airbrush Artist
Car and Bus Card Artist
Freelance Letter/Designer
Mural Artist
Animator
Caricaturist
Furniture Designer
Museum Artist
Antiques Dealer
Cartoonist
Gallery Owner
Newspaper Artist
Architectural Model Builder
Catalog Illustrator
Gemologist
Newspaper Illustrator
Architectural Renderer
CD/Record Cover Designer
Glass Blower
Newspaper Layout Artist
Art Administrator
Ceramic Artist
Graphic Arts Technician
Photographer
Art Buyer
Cinematographer
Motion Picture Animator
Graphic Designer
Photojournalist
Art Conservator
Color Expert
Graphist
Printing Designer
Art Consultant
Copyist
Greeting Card Artist
Printing Layout Artist
Art Critic
Costume Designer Illustrator
Product Designer
Art Dealer
Courtroom Sketcher
Impressionist
Quick Sketch Artist
Art Director
Decorator

Interior Decorator
Sculpturist
Art Exhibition Coordinator
Designer
Internet Designer
Set Designer/Illustrator
Art Graphic Assistant
Direct Mail Artist
Jewelry Designer
Silhouette Artist
Art Historian
Direct Mail Layout
Kitchenware Designer
Silkscreen Artist
Art Teacher
Display Artist
Label Designer
Stained Glass Artist
Urban Designer
Art Therapist
Display Designer
Landscape Architect
Stencil Cutter
Artist
Display Painter
Layout Artist
Still Photographer
Artist's Agent
Drafter
Magazine Cover Artist
Textile Designer
Assistant Curator
Editorial Illustrator
Magazine Designer/Illustrator
Topographer
Auctioneer Transporter
Engraver
Mannequin Decorator
Toy Designer
Audio Visual Artist/Designer
Engrosser
Mechanical & Production Artist
Tracer
Bank Note Designer
Environmental Designer
Medical Illustrator
Trademark Designer
Billboard Artist
Etcher
Memorial Designer
Typographical Artist
Book Illustrator/Designer
Exhibit Designer
Millinery Designer
Upholstery Fabric Designer
Book Jacket Designer
Fabric Designer 


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Excerpted from O*Net OnLine, US Department of Labor by the National Center for O*Net Development

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