The answer to this question, simply put, is that writing skills can be learned. Art is defined in Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary (11th Ed.), p. 69, as a skill acquired by experience, study, or observation. So, you can acquire clear writing skills but you must work at it. Perseverence and dedication are omnipotent. You should write constantly to acquire writing proficiency, and read extensively to observe how experienced writers put words and sentences together. This is a theme I will often emphasize in coming blogs.