Today’s writing prompt, Creating a Timeless Mural, will allow you to further develop your exposition writing skills. Keep reading to see the full writing prompt and my completed version of it. And don’t forget to submit your writing by the end of the day for any of the writing prompts posted on the blog. You could win the Writing is My Therapy Journal from the Shop for Writers.(more…)
Admiring a Starry Night: Reflecting on Art and Writing
Today’s post and writing prompt is inspired by Friday’s writing prompt, Starry Night, which was inspired by Vincent van Gogh’s famous painting.(more…)
Today’s writing prompt is inspired by Vincent van Gogh’s famous painting, Starry Night. Keep reading to see the full prompt and my completed version of it. And don’t forget to submit your writing to the blog to have your writing featured. Click on the button in the post below to learn more.(more…)
Painting of a Writer
Today’s writing prompt will allow you to focus on your exposition skills. Keep reading to see the full writing prompt, Painting of a Writer, and my completed version of it.(more…)
Climate Activist Art
Last month climate activists staged protests at prominent art museums around the world by throwing food at famous artworks. Today, let’s think about and write about those protests. Keep reading to see today’s full writing prompt and my completed version of it.(more…)
A tortured artist is a myth. No?
Why do people, especially the young and those in academia, idolize those supposed “tortured artists” who are hopeless, anxious, overly analytical, suicidal, and, well… depressed and depressing? Are depressed artists capable of expressing anything more profound because they’re sad or conflicted? Are they expressing anything unique about humankind and the world because they’re expressing themselves more gloomily?
Is there such thing as a tortured artist? No. This is a myth that needs to go.(more…)