30 Topics For Your Art Blog

I started this blog in 2013 and have posted once a week since. Choosing a weekly topic can be hard, so for anyone considering a blog of their own, here are some post ideas.


  • When did you decide to become an artist?
  • How did you hone your skills?
  • What are the central themes in your art?
  • What are your favorite art tools?
  • Who are your biggest influences?
  • Who is your favorite artist?
  • What is your favorite art movement/ism?
  • Review a gallery/museum you visited in your travels.
  • Review a museum show you visited in your home town.
  • Review the commercial galleries in your home town.
  • List your favorite art films.
  • List your favorite art documentaries.
  • List your favorite fictional art books.
  • List your favorite non-fictional art books.
  • Review a film or book about art.
  • Talk about a show you are about to do.
  • Talk about a show you have done.
  • Share your favorite art quotes.
  • Share what you’ve learned as a practicing artist.
  • Write about a specific historical artwork you like.
  • Write about one of your own artworks, and the meaning/technique behind it.
  • Post your biography.
  • Post your artists statement.
  • Post your resume.
  • Talk about building your website.
  • Talk about your favorite social media sites.
  • Give your thoughts on the art world.
  • Who are the art critics you regularly read?
  • Share some of your photography.
  • Share your art portfolio.

2 responses to “30 Topics For Your Art Blog

  1. Thanks for tips, Congratulations
    a big commitment a weekly blog. I did a few but stopped on rosemarywarmington.com

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