People look at artwork in museums, galleries, art shows, art fairs, etc., and seem to have a common question - is it considered "Good" or "Bad"? To the person asking the question they might think a particular piece of artwork is terrible and a 1st grader could do it whereas another person might see the same piece and just fall in love with it. The truth is art is subjective and each piece of art is really only good or bad based on everyone's personal interpretation of the piece. If you like a piece of artwork and it brings good memories, or evokes a good feeling, or you just love gazing at it, or it simply will match the decor in your living room -- whatever the reason it doesn't matter -- to you that piece of art is "good" and you like it. If you look at a piece of artwork and to you it is ugly or "doesn't do anything for you" than that piece isn't necessarily "bad", it is just something that you dislike and it isn't for you. So really to me "Good" means I like it and "Bad means I don't like it. As far as buying art, many people are concerned that they only purchase art that is considered "Good". Just remember there is no overall ruling by any art wizard that deems each piece of artwork"Good" or "Bad" and worthy of buying or trashing. If you love it buy it and enjoy it.