According to Esaak (2011), visual art is something that is created to please the senses. Fine arts are derived from visual arts. Most people believe that visual arts and all types of arts are not intellectually demanding because they do not need a lot of effort to come up with them. This is not true because they require people to employ their psychology ability so that the product of the artist is appealing to the observers. Physicists are always placed before the painters because they are believed that they do not use their might in coming up with the designs they make (Efland, 2002).
Visual arts are economical apart from the fact that they decorate the rooms they are placed. Many artists have galleries in which they exhibit their works for customers to buy. By doing this, they get an income which sustain their economy (Sullivan, 2009). Governments have put efforts to integrate arts in schools because they boost the creativity of the students. Many young people enjoy abstract art because it is not directed towards achieving anything in general. From the abstractness, of art, life is artistic and, no one can doubt the fact that the cosmos has been created in an artistic manner because appeals to our eyes (Efland, 2002).
Nature has its way of appreciating art because so many people have created museums whereby they keep artistic items where people pay a fee to have a look at them. This shows that they enjoy art and derive satisfaction from just looking at the items (Esaak, 2011). There is an assumption that artists are intellectually inferior which needs to be overpowered completely. Platonic ideals are highly abstract meaning that human beings can derive their satisfaction for abstract things (Salmon, 2001).
Artistic things can at times be a source of mystery bewilderment and puzzlement because they represent the ideas of the artists. Many people