Craft artist earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Craft artist salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alabama $34,360
Arizona $38,380
California $41,900
Colorado $27,980
Florida $30,380
Georgia $52,080
Hawaii $50,420
Iowa $31,190
Idaho $29,850
Illinois $47,942
Indiana $32,531
Kansas $31,420
Kentucky $28,610
Louisiana $30,350
Massachusetts $38,650
Maryland $59,430
Maine $27,620
Michigan $37,350
Minnesota $39,970
Missouri $27,940
Mississippi $25,790
North Carolina $39,130
North Dakota $41,360
Nebraska $41,810
New Hampshire $31,230
New Jersey $43,720
New Mexico $29,450
Nevada $31,370
New York $49,310
Ohio $29,340
Oklahoma $21,170
Oregon $45,950
Pennsylvania $41,680
South Carolina $19,570
Texas $36,730
Utah $29,510
Vermont $34,340
Washington $37,930
Wisconsin $37,620
Wyoming $28,910

How do craft artist salaries compare to similar careers?

Craft artists earn 6% more than similar careers in New Jersey. On average, they make less than precious metal workers but more than hand sewers.

Career Median Salary
Precious metal worker salary $57K
Jeweler salary $57K
Calligrapher salary $37K
Potter salary $45K
Glass blower salary $45K
Craft artist salary $44K
Photographer salary $28K
Florist salary $33K
Painting, coating & decorating worker salary $28K
Hand sewer salary $30K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)