Sketches : 30 Minutes of Passion

Art sketches by Naftali Stern at the MET museum New York CityArt sketches by Naftali Stern.Art sketches by Naftali Stern at the Brooklyn Museum.Some of my recent sketches…
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Because we are all so busy with our every day work and lives we often neglect the one thing that we may be most passionate about. Our challenge is to find ways to channel those passions into everything we do, and the results are always so fulfilling and unexpected.

To help keep myself inspired I have begun to set half hour or so aside every day to sketch more art, and when I can, I briefly stop into the closest museum and sketch one of their pieces. I love the feeling of drawing or painting on paper and reinterpreting other great artists helps me spend more time enjoying the process rather then spending time thinking about what I would like to create as I would in my every day design world.

Sketching is a great way to relax and help you get to learn what you are most excited about. The instant results are rewarding and will give you a great sense of accomplishment.

Whatever your passion may be, I hope you too can spend just a few extra minutes a day rewarding yourself by indulging in it. I would love to hear what you all have been doing lately to express your own passion. Share them by leaving a comment below.

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6 Responses to Sketches : 30 Minutes of Passion

  1. Madeleine says:

    i do also love doing sketches or collages. but i also like writing, it gets everything from my head to a piece of paper.

    apart from the fact that i’d love to see some of your sketches i highly appreciate you put matisse up here, he’s one of my favorite artists πŸ™‚

  2. sal says:

    for the past few days i have taken the time to journal at least 15 minutes before bed, focusing more on my illustrations and also getting back into blogging. Reading this post has inspired me more to focus on my art. I plan on going to museums or exhibitions now to sketch! thank you! xx

  3. bla bla bla says:

    Wooow!! Davvero complimenti

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