How writers can learn from artists and let the reader tell the story

March 7, 2017 Helena Fairfax 0

The artist Auguste Renoir once said that none of his paintings told a specific story. He explained that he kept things vague deliberately because he didn’t want to limit the painting’s scope, and that he wanted his viewers to come away with their own meaning, rather than have him dictate to them what they ought to think. Here is … Continue reading