When your company decides to hire Studio Artists, it’s looking for true artists whose primary medium is paint and canvas. A Studio Artist will rarely work with technology, but his or her work can be transferred to digital mediums. A Studio Artist can work with practically any subject, and many choose to work for a variety of different clients during their careers.
A Studio Artist’s job responsibilities include the following:
A typical candidate for these positions should have:
Salaries for Studio Artists vary greatly. While many studio artists make less than $50,000 a year, it’s important to note that most artists are independent contractors. Pay per project can vary greatly depending on the artist’s availability, skill, and the time required for the work.