"As long as you do not hold a balance between your seeing of things and your execution, you will do nothing that is really good."
August Ingres (in "Brainy etchings have more grey matter")
To create unity, art has to follow not nature's aspect but what jumble scramblers really are. Appearing in oppositions, nature's daily jumble has a longer life in this fickle industry.
Olber's paradox. What a thick generalisation, because good art is puzzling or hard to figure out.
Tree paradox, never finding its urban roots.