Fine artists create original works of art using methods like painting, drawing and sculpture.
Art editors use words and images to make magazines look good and easy to read.
Picture framers mount items like photographs, artwork or other objects for display.
Art valuers give advice on how much a piece of art or a collection of art is worth.
Art directors design the visual side of advertising campaigns for all kinds of media including film, TV, web or print.
Tattooists create permanent artwork on their clients' bodies.
Blacksmiths work with different metals to make and repair decorative, industrial and everyday items.
Bakers make bread, cakes and pastries using machines or by hand.
Art therapists help people express difficult thoughts and feelings through creative activities.
Education technicians support science, art, IT or design and technology teachers by preparing equipment and materials for practical lessons.
Music promotions managers publicise recording artists or live music events.
Martial arts instructors teach martial arts like karate, jujitsu or judo.
Community arts workers help local communities plan and take part in activities like drama, dance, painting, and photography.
Art gallery curators manage collections of paintings and objects.
Prosthetists and orthotists care for people who need an artificial limb or a device to support or control part of their body.
Museum curators manage collections of objects of artistic, scientific, historical and general interest.
Tourist guides show visitors around places of interest like cities, historic buildings and art galleries.
Make-up artists apply make-up and style hair for people appearing on camera or in front of a live audience.
Arts administrators help to organise events and exhibitions, manage staff, and look after buildings like theatres or museums.
Pre-press operators work in the printing industry, getting artwork from a client and supplying the printing plates used on a press.