Art is an activity that man, including in prehistory, has always exercised.
The representation of Art is addressed to our senses: sight, hearing, smell, taste and touch.
It is also addressed to your emotion, your intuition, and the intellect (or simply your intelligence).
The philosophical definition of Art in antiquity was related to beauty. Today, we dissociate the Art from the beautiful and attribute to it a mirror function of the world. You can't be interested in Art without being interested in the world.
Modern philosophy tells us that Art is not necessarily beautiful but must be authentic. It must represent what is true and deepest about the individual.
Faced with the representation of Art, each one reacts according to his subjects of interest in life, his feelings, his intuition, in summary his Ego.
In front of the artist's work or, more simply, of the object made by the craftsman or designer, each person will react differently, but they can if their feelings are strong enough to "vibrate" with this representation.
Art must be the object of a permanent quest. Search for colours, materials, objects, paintings. The assembly of these elements in the space must be done in harmony. Your space will bring you the satisfaction and admiration of those who love you.