Out of the Infinity, 3 Great Themes for Art and Writing

Here are three themes which intrigue me from the near-endless scrolling possibilities at WordPress:

Autofocus is a fine site for showcasing artistic works in photos and text. Seems like it could be a great site to construct a personal portfolio sharing photos and texts from different projects or accomplishments in life. Free too.

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I like this theme below called the Writer for sharing just written works. Nice feature of titles with images and then the stories are prominently featured.  It also reminds me of the website The Medium that Kathy and Jenn talked about in class a couple weeks ago where an article or story is featured full across the page.  Cost: $80 but hey, this one may be worth it!

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How unique is this next theme called Inspiration Laboratory?! What a great example of a theme featuring the artwork and style of a featured artist. It makes me wonder if one could do this with the art work of Matisse? Or, say, with your kids’ art or your own artwork?  Certainly you would want the subject matter of your blog to be well-complemented by the style of the artwork.

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About David KH

A citizen of Cascadia, I am interested in what triggers us into joy and especially how art and literature do such triggering. I am a writer of poetry and fiction, and an artist--and have enjoyed a varied and engaging career in education and non-profits in the greater Seattle area. May this blog help you connect with amazing ways artists and writers are engaging creatively with poetry and literature today. And also, help you discover your own triggers of joy.

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