Why does art never fail? Well, how can it exactly? There are three different aspects to consider. First, art begins as a thought. It comes from a creator, an idea that inspires action to bring the thought into creation. Every person has thoughts, some small, some big, some average, and some inspirational, but it is a combination of those thoughts that create movement from the mind into reality. They come into form new life and energy, asking the creator to bring this thought into this world as art. The inspired thought is the beginning of an intentional and truthful act towards expression, which is the second aspect as to why art never fails. The obvious fact that human beings are always looking to communicate to each other, whether it be a small note to someone, a social media post in an everyday way, a timeless novel or musical work that can span throughout history, shows that communication is necessary to us. We all look to bring our thoughts into reality in one way or another, and creating art is an emotional message that speaks truth for others to identify with. Think of a song you love, one that the generations before and after you will love as well. And this, is how we come to the third aspect involving you, the viewer, the observer. An inspired thought created and communicated is only valuable to those who can experience it. The universe cannot exist without an observer, and neither can art. Even if the artist is the only one observing, it is still proof that the idea was inspired, created, and communicated, that the ethereal exists and wants expression in the same way a flower will grow in a field for no other reason than to grow in a field. The advantage of art is a picture on a wall where nobody lives does not just die away. It has an opportunity to become a relic, but only if we, the viewers, can reclaim it in some way before the earth swallows it whole. Creation’s message will speak through the times the way artifacts and iconic artworks do with effortless intentions to inspire, communicate, and exhibit a thought that desired creation.