Mr. Collins proposed that our processes were the key to that understanding. Although I truly appreciate his base idea, I'm not sure I agree with the tributary he chose to navigate towards the goal.
I have seen hundreds of people view and then subsequently fall in love with art. Whether they knew a process or not was of no consequence. Instead of creating more categories within categories, why not use a blanket device to entice interest?
The "we will sell no wine before it's time" slogan was referenced as being the catalyst for the huge wine movement in this country. Now people are appreciating and avidly learning what they can about wine.
Granted, first finding any slogan that might propel fine art into cultural popularity seems daunting. What other ideas might we come up with?
What do you think?