Art is like irony, an ephemeral unanticipated part of our biology: isn’t it awful?
Art minutes and seconds presumably know something the rest of us don’t. The whole point is that it’s up to you to think and make up your own conclusions.
You know good pictures are alive and they can walk away, and pretty soon you have a self-perpetuating circle.
To live life in all its fullness, we have to use colors. Timeless street art is our contemporary romanticism.
John Ruskin ("accuracy being the first and last thing they look for") explored a wide variety of types of practice in drawing from time immemorial.