Art About Love and Loneliness

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In this blog, I will talk about my experience with love, loneliness and art all at the same time.

Love is a gift that keeps on giving.

Loneliness is a feeling that we can’t let go of.

Art is the way to express ourselves.

I will post my paintings and some writing about my thoughts on love, loneliness and art.

All these things are part of my life and I would like to share them with you.

Art About Love and Loneliness was born in March 2015 as a private blog for me to write about how I am feeling about love and art. In June 2015, I decided to share this blog with the public.

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I started my blog, Art About Love and Loneliness, to write about my life as an artist. I felt a need to express what it is like living between two worlds, one that is based on the assumption that you are crazy or stupid and want nothing more than to ruin your life, and the other where you are encouraged to follow your dreams. It has been a long road to get here, so I figured I would share with the world how I came up with the courage to live my life for my own benefit.

From time to time there will be some great articles about art and being an artist. If you would like to join me in this journey of creativity, please feel free to comment on any post and/or start a discussion of your own.

I wish you all the best on your own artistic path. If you ever think of just giving up on it all, remember that you’ll never know what it might have been like if you hadn’t tried.*

*If anyone actually reads this whole bio thing it will be because they are interested in what I have to say about art and being an artist. However, everyone has their own journey and everyone has their own story. So if this article resonates with you please know that there is nothing

Art about love and loneliness? That’s a contradiction in terms. Or is it? Is there such a thing as art about loneliness? Or about love? What is art about, anyway?

Art about love and loneliness is the eye of a storm, a little island of serenity in the midst of chaos. It can be a respite from the storms raging around you: family, friends, partners, children. It can help you to see clearly again.

If you’re lonely because you don’t have any friends or family or partners, that’s one kind of loneliness. Another kind is not having anyone to talk to when you need to; this is often called “isolation.” Both are bad, but they’re different kinds of badness. The first kind can lead to depression; the second kind can make depression much worse once it hits.

The first kind of loneliness is straightforward: you have no one to talk to. Being lonely this way doesn’t make much sense. You can try to fill up your free time with activities – reading, watching TV, taking walks – but these things don’t really take away the loneliness. At best they’re distractions from it; at worst they give it an excuse to keep on using up your time even when there

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Creativity is a gift, but it’s also a skill that can be learned. Art is a great way to express yourself in new and creative ways. You don’t have to be an artist to see the beauty in the world or to appreciate art. And you don’t have to be an artist to make art.

There are many reasons why people practice and create art. Some people do it for fun, others for a sense of accomplishment, and others for relaxation or self-expression. Some people do it for money and others for fame. No matter your reason, you’ll find that creating art will bring you joy and happiness.*

My name is David Wilson, I’m a professional artist and we are now starting our blog at where we will be featuring our own original paintings and drawings as well as posting articles on how to use art in your daily life.*

It was a deserted island and I was the only human being on it. I could not find any trace of living creatures. It was very strange that such a big island had no animal life. The landscape was also very beautiful, with green hills and clear blue water lapping at the shoreline. On the beach were several magnificent coconut trees, and the sand looked like fine powder. It was the most beautiful place I had ever seen.

Dusk was falling, so I decided to climb one of the coconut trees for shelter for the night. As I started climbing, I heard something scuttling behind me. I turned around quickly but saw nothing. Then there was another mysterious noise from behind me and to my left.

My heart began to thump in my chest as a feeling of panic came over me. I decided to climb down quickly before whatever it was caught up with me, but just then something grabbed my leg and pulled me off the tree!

I fell hard onto the ground and struck my face on a rock. When I opened my eyes, there before me stood a giant crab! The crab’s pincers were snapping open and shut menacingly, and its claws were huge!

I tried to run away but tripped on a rock and

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