Interesting view. So the paintings we see on the walls are just mere memories of art? That explains a lot, actually. However, these mere memories of art can sometimes elicit this inspiration from the viewers, so does that mean that the real art will even be more powerful as it is created, or does that mean that only the artist will be able to feel 'art'? Take an example of music here. Music, when performed on stage and at the moment, would be art, because it is at that moment of creation, the moment when the performer would be focused on the now, focused on the performance. Ah, I get what you mean now. Since art is the focus of now, the spontaneity within us, it is no different then, say, meditation. Hm.