Are you looking for art blog post ideas?
I love art blogging. Not only is it super fun and rewarding but there are also so many benefits to having a blog as an artist. Whether you’re a seasoned artist or an enthusiastic art lover, running a blog is a fantastic way to share your passion, connect with a like-minded community, and continuously fuel your creative spirit.
There are so many ideas for art blogs, and in this post, I am going to cover art blog post ideas to inspire you. Let’s get into it!
Art Blog Post Ideas
Introduce your audience to a new artist! Share their art, discuss their background, and interview them. This is a great way to promote fellow artists and build a network of creative minds.
Show your readers how to create their own artwork by providing step-by-step tutorials for different techniques, styles, or mediums. Many art blogs feature tutorials and it’s a popular way to get people to your blog.
Art Supplies Reviews
I’m always looking for new art supplies to try, and reading reviews is always a must for me! Write detailed reviews of art supplies and share your experiences and recommendations to help fellow artists.
Artistic Process Breakdown
Often times I’ll dedicate a whole post to one piece of art and share how I created it, the tools I used, inspiration, sketches, and more. I love reading about other artists’ processes, and it’s a great way to inspire others! This can be made into so many posts as well if you create a lot of different art pieces.
Art Guest Posts
Collaborate with other artists and invite them to write guest posts for your blog. They can share their experiences, insights, and expertise, providing fresh perspectives and diversifying your content.
Personal Art Journey
Share your own artistic journey with your readers. Discuss your inspirations, challenges, background, or whatever is relevant to your blog and audience.
Art Book Reviews
Many artists and art lovers enjoy reading books related to art. Share reviews of art books, whether they’re about technique, theory, artist biographies, or inspirational art collections.
Art Challenges and Prompts
Create and participate in art challenges or prompts, and encourage your readers to join in!
Art News and Trends
Stay current with the latest developments in the art world. Report on industry trends, controversies, and exciting new movements.
Art for Beginners
Create a series of posts catering to beginners who want to explore art. Cover topics such as basic drawing techniques, color theory, essential art supplies, and how to overcome common challenges faced by novice artists. This alone can gather so many blog post ideas!
Art Studio Organization & Set Up
Share your art studio or workspace with your audience by offering tips and tricks for organizing and setting up an efficient workplace. I recently wrote a review on my blog about my new art studio desk lamp.
Use A New Medium
Try out a new art medium and share your thoughts with your audience. For example, if you mostly paint with watercolors and share that process often, paint with oils or acrylic and write about your experience.
Art and Nature
Write about painting landscapes, plein air painting, botanical illustrations, or eco-friendly art practices. Discuss how nature can be a powerful source of inspiration for artists. There are endless ideas for art blog posts regarding nature. As a “Green Artist” nature is my biggest inspiration!
Having an art education blog is a fantastic way to inspire teachers, students, and parents. There are so many topics when it comes to art ed, and the possibilities are truly endless. Lessons, tutorials, behind-the-scenes in the classroom, homeschooling, teacher resources, and more!
Write about different art movements and periods throughout history that are important in the art world. Create a painting tutorial based on an art movement or write about a famous artist’s work. So many ideas!
Art Blog Inspiration
Having an art blog means endless possibilities. I hope this post inspired you with some new art blog post ideas!
Remember to stay true to your artistic voice and passion while exploring these diverse topics. Every artist is different, so your blog will reflect your talents and interests. Whether that be traditional art, modern art, art history, art for kids, etc!
Thanks for reading 🙂