Motivated by Money

“It’s ok if someone wants to be an artist being motivated by money. Whether or not they can or cannot draw. Ultimately it’s the buyer who decides if they are competent enough to be an artist. The freedom of choice is the most wondrous gift one is endowed with and this situation is uncannily similar to a person who decides how much they are worth before they decide to go for an interview and be hired. But generally those motivated by money do not possess the resilience to do mainstream art. They want fast bucks and thus came out with horrifying ideas they called art. Still it is their freedom of choice. Still it is the buyers who decides. As long as they don’t encounter fierce critics.”