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How do you inject emotion into your art?

Paul Cezanne

Injecting emotion into your art requires tapping into the wellsprings of your personal experiences and empathy.


Start by reflecting on your own emotions and drawing inspiration from moments of joy, sadness, love, or nostalgia.


Dive deep into your subject matter and infuse it with your unique perspective and vulnerability.


Experiment with colour, form, and composition to convey mood and atmosphere.


Allow your intuition to guide your creative process, embracing imperfections and spontaneity.


Engage with your audience by creating work that resonates on a visceral level, sparking empathy and introspection.


Ultimately, the most powerful art stems from authenticity and emotional honesty.


Do you have a tip for injecting emotion into your art? Share it below!



About Victoria Hall

Victoria Hall is an English-born, Australian-based writer, illustrator and art fanatic. She is the creator of three picture books for children, Penny Prickles at Coogee Beach, Eggy Peggy Has Lost Her Leggy and The Fairy Beasts. For more updates, follow Victoria on Instagram or check out her bio here

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