Fine Artist-An inherited talent to create original, visual, and beautiful objects of art for aesthetic values. Examples include oil paintings and hand sculptures.
Artisan-independent craftsmen who create projects for both beauty and utility. Two examples are glass blowers or a carpet maker.
Craftsman-Replicates utilitarian objects as a tradesman or craftsman. Examples: carpenters build houses and tradesmen build furniture.
Most important for any artist or artisan is gainful employment. Fine artists have gainful employment during prosperous economies. Their creations are original or one-of-a-kind and the price will be high. People with disposable incomes purchase nonessential works of art.
Craftsman replicates utilitarian type art and works year-round regardless of the economy. People need houses, clothing, shoes, tools, vehicles, furniture, and more compared to owning original jewelry, a statue, or an oil painting.
Artists and artisans need to be entrepreneurs and function as solo business owners or contract employment. Craftsmen or tradesmen work for salaries in larger companies.
These attitudes, misgivings, or lack of knowledge will keep artists and artisans from making comfortable earnings from their talents and skills.
Author Website : Being an Artist - Why It's Not About the Money
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