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Why I love doing art

By Rohini Khapre - Ghawalkar - October 15, 2017

If you look around in a art museum or an art studio, you can see beautiful pieces of artwork made by talented artists. If you have ever seen the Mona Lisa, then you should realize that she has a mysterious smile on her face. Leonardo da Vinci made the painting this way but, none know why. Many pieces of art are mysterious or warming, creepy or delightful, and wacky or charming. I love doing art with the welcoming pleasure of  creativity rushing in my body. I love doing art and I'll tell you why.   Why do you think these artists made these paintings? Did they make them just for fun? Did they do this just to sell it and become rich? The correct answer in none of these. Artists use their CREATIVITY to paint these paintings. Some artists didn't become famous because of a painting. Leonardo da Vinci became famous because of his paintings AND his inventions. I love doing art because of the creativity and inspirations I get. I get my inspirations from my friends, the videos I watch on Netflix, things around me and much more! Another reason I love doing art is about the way you can use different materials to color your design or picture. Whenever I draw, I use marker to border the design and then use crayon or colored pencil to shade it in the inside. You can make different pieces of art and there is no right or wrong way to make one. All you need is an inspiration and some creativity. Art inspires me to try something new. If I went a whole day without doing art, then I would go nuts.    If creativity comes to you, you should use it. That creativity is actually a seed and when you start drawing it out, then you get an inspiration. That seed starts to grown until it has grown into a beautiful tree. When it is fully grown, your piece of art will be complete to show your creativity. Art is the best way to show your creativity in any way. If you have an inspiration, don't wait. That inspiration is the key to a masterpiece that shines you all over. Here are some of my inspirations that I drew. They may be difficult to see because of the shade. 😅😬

Lindsey in Paris
Fiona in France
A Mona Lisa child
Jessica in her own land
Ruby in school paradise
Lexi in a world full of magic
Stella the pop star ⭐️
Thanksgiving family
 

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