Writing Art

To draw is to use a pencil or pen, a brush, a bucket of paint, or anything else you can think of.

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But writing art takes something more than sketching that picture of a flower on paper, or finishing that portrait of Ms. Hemming in your studio.

To write art is to reflect on your life, your experiences, and what inspired you to write.


Like drawing or painting, writing too can be expressed in any way you imagine–and more.

Now that you know this, take some time today to think about your experiences.

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You can write about it in your journal, or maybe on a digital platform such as Microsoft Word.

Don’t bother editing until you’ve written anything on your mind.





Sometimes the best written art is not the kind that reflects standard grammar or spelling, but the grammar or spelling that reflects you.


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