Blogging Tips for Artists: How to Write About Your Art

By Diana Nadim, Guest Blogger - A blog is a great way for all you creatives out there to show your talent to the world. You have an opportunity to show off your artwork, make your art available to a wider audience, share interesting information, and engage with your readers.

With these tips, you can approach the blogging process like a real pro. So, let’s get started!

Keep the topics relevant

The reader who comes across an art blog will expect exactly that – topics about art. Make the topics enjoyable by choosing different topics that revolve around the world of art. Giving readers different insights and keeping the topics relevant is what you should aim for.

Think about writing about your art, explaining your techniques, informing readers of important news in the world of art. Don’t forget to mention credible resources where you found all the info.

Use eye-catching titles

Blog titles are the ones that need to attract the readers and present your blog as worthy of their time. The best titles are relevant to the content and evoke curiosity. Just think about what you would click on if you were browsing for some interesting blog posts.

You can use headline generators by Sumo or Hubspot if you can't think of anything catchy. By providing you some choices, headline generators will help you get inspired. 

Be consistent

Consistency is the key to success! That is applicable for any type of project and your art blog is no exception.

Publish your posts regularly. You don’t want your readers to forget about you after one post.

“Regular posts keep the flow of your blog. It shows passion, dedication, and true interest in what you are doing. It’s as simple as that,” says Marie Fincher, the head of the content department at Trust My Paper.

Add some depth

Plain and generic content won't be entertaining for the mass audience. You need to give life to your writing. The key is to provide some variety and be as authentic as you can be. 

What you can do is to include some examples whenever they can help readers to understand what you are trying to explain.  You can also engage in some storytelling and include fun and interesting personal stories in your journey as a writer. Let’s say that one of your pieces was inspired by your trip to Cuba; share that story with your readers! 

Adding a personal story from time to time can add that special spark your content. 

What to do when writing is not your strongest side?

Even though the focus of your blog and posts will be about the artwork, how you write about it is very important. The way you describe your art can either draw readers in or push them away.

When you focus on composing high-quality content, you will present yourself as a true expert.

It is understandable if writing may not be one of your talents. In that case, you can turn to these writing and editing tools to perfect your posts.

    1. PeoplePerHour and UpWork– Both of these services can connect you with excellent writers who will help you with creating the content that you want.
    2. ProWritingAid– Use to check how readable, grammatically correct and non-spammy your content is. But don’t take everything for granted. The app is not friendly with complex phrases and expressions. Sometimes, it might suggest over-simplifying your content, which is not always beneficial.
    3. Grammarly and Hemingway Editor – For a quick fix and final check before you publish, use these online proofreading tools. Besides marking all your errors and giving suggestions on how to change them, it will also check your content’s readability. 

Promote your blog

What is the point of investing your time and effort into creating something beautiful if no one can find it? If you don’t actively promote your blog and invite readers to join your community. The easiest way is to use social media accounts. Share the word about your blog and let others share your blog. 

Get to work!

Reading about useful tips for your art blog isn’t enough. You need to put these tips to work as soon as possible if you want to see results. Besides everything that we mentioned, keep in mind that a blog is your place to express yourself and build a relationship with your readers. 

 

Diana Nadim is a writer and editor who has a Master’s degree in Marketing. She combines her passion for writing with her interest in research and creates thought-provoking content in various fields.  In addition to running her own 3to5Marketing blog, Diana works as a contributor writer for IsAccurate and provides editing services for BestEssayEducation and WoWGrade. What inspires her the most in her writing is traveling and meeting new people. Follow her on Twitter.  

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