What categories do artists use?
Traditional categories within the arts include literature (including poetry, drama, story, and so on), the visual arts (painting, drawing, sculpture, etc.), the graphic arts (painting, drawing, design, and other forms expressed on flat surfaces), the plastic arts (sculpture, modeling), the decorative arts (enamelwork.
What artists should blog about?
Artists Should Blog About Their Shows. Pictures, videos, and some descriptions are great ways to get people excited about past and future shows. When you are prepping for a show, whether solo or group, find some images of the space or the building and post them.
How do I make an artist blog?
Simple Steps to Writing Best Art Blog Posts
- Make The Commitment.
- Ignite The Spark of Inspiration.
- Write the ideas as they come to you in a journal.
- Select The Tools.
- Begin The Process.
- Think About Your Reader.
- How to Manage Your Content.
- Tips on How to Edit The Article.
Why do artists write art blogs?
Writing for your fans, potential customers, and even other artists can help you illustrate your expertise and dedication as an artist and prompt people to buy your art. From sharing your process to promoting your upcoming gallery representation, we’ve brainstormed fifty art blog topics to make art blogging a breeze!
Should you start an article about online video blogs with audio?
It may seem bizarre to start an article about online video blogs by talking about audio, but “hear” me out. (Pun totally intended). If the audio sucks, no-one will watch your video. Simple as that. End of story.
How to start a successful artist blog?
Trying to come up with topics for your artist blog can leave your mind feeling blank. When you start to get that anxious feeling, just remember to keep potential buyers, fans, and artists in mind, and use this list of ideas. Then you can start writing, and selling more art.
Why video blogging?
This blog post will be your comprehensive guide. Why Video Blogging? Video blogging helps you build connections with your viewers like no other blogging format. The close second is perhaps audio. A case in point is Michael Stelzner.