Anyone with knowledge of art history can predict art’s future. This is because history repeats itself – only in new configurations that use and stimulate the science, technology and social insights of its time(s).
In a way, art has always been for everyone, from the cave paintings until today. It is often shown in public spaces so that everyone in the community can view it. Yet there continues to be a sense that art is not really for everyone as only wealthy and powerful...
In Judeo-Christian theology the Hebrew word Mayim is used in Genesis to describe the waters below, the waters of the earth, while Shamayim is the word for Heavens. So when the Lord separates the waters above from the waters below, He separates the Mayim from the Shamayim.
What if an artist would name a painting after you? As the art lived on. passing from one generation to another, or to other collectors, you would be remembered. Or what if you wanted to give someone special a unique gift of a painting named after them?