Art is a living thing. The most important purpose of an artwork is to bring life on the walls. The goals of art are an intoxicating mix of the primitive and contemporary portraits of human beings, and making a living from art.
Art is a better living.
Andrea Fraser, What do I, as an artist, provide?
There are several characteristics of a painting that make it theoretically appealing. Most notably, awesome organic paintings are living things, that is, they have qualities identical to those found in living systems: they adapt their shape, size (dimensionality), position (relative to art history, or more frequently to art business), strength (being either a clear purpose or a postmodernist playfulness or dadaist ironic humor), and composition (rhythm, unity and balance). Furthermore, paintings follow a life cycle of emergence (birth of art), development (mid-career artist), and dissolution (death of painting). Good paintings spontaneously self-organize when the pressure, temperature, energy, and weather are appropriate.
A major yet unresolved quest in decoding imagination is the identification of the regulatory sequences that control the expression of our dreams. Art may boost fitness by promoting cooperative behavior. Any bundle of artworks should be seen as superorganism, a never-ending project as drawing the passing, by William Kentridge.
Web art pictures were made by some computer, they didn't evolve naturally and organically like natural images like crazy cool art.
Living documents must never be finished.