Art Writing, Art Criticism, Tomato, Tomatoe, whatever – Part I

For fun, I googled “art writing” and the third result piqued my interest – 10 Writing Tips from the Masters (insert link to website here). However, to spare you some time, they are listed below:

  1. Cut the boring parts.
  2. Eliminate unnecessary words.
  3. Write with passion.
  4. Paint a picture.
  5. Keep it simple.
  6. Do it for love.
  7. Learn to thrive on criticism.
  8. Write all the time
  9. Write what you know…or, what you want to know.
  10. Be unique and unpredictable.

I have my own interpretation of the list, specifically, for art writing and criticism. Will post soon…

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