The artist should find his art medium of success.
The word affluence means wealth or richness and therefore maternal prosperity. The statement that affluence is necessary for flourishing of arts thus makes the existence of a prosperous society abounding in maternal comforts a pre-condition for creative work to thrive. This is a debatable preposition as, " Arts do not thrive in poverty.aE That affluence or prosperous is conducive to creative activity and that material wants and poverty would not give in artist the necessary leisure for engaging himself in creative work is perhaps true to a certain extent. No artist can work when his physical needs are not met. For that matter no worthwhile work can be done with a degree of compactness when economic conditions are poor also, a society that is not prosperous is not likely to care for the wok of the artist. However the excellent the work is arts and enjoyment will never take residence over hunger. Consequently, the artist fails to get recognition and maternal rewards which are the main motive sources behind his work.
Inspiration alone is not enough for the artist to work; inspiration that leads to perspirati