If you are an artist, a creative, open person, you probably can't afford to own art.
If you can afford to own art, you probably aren't a creative.
The 'invisible hand' of the 'market' ensures no one is happy. By forcing creatives to monetize their love of art in exchange for survival and by encouraging people who aren't artists to take part in the buying of art to try and become more creative (when they may not really get anything out of it).
If the artist tries to do what they love for a living, they probably become a starving artist if they don't they probably become a wage slave. Basically, society treats artists badly -- except for musicians who happen to have sex appeal (usually this is also deliberately created in order for the artist to achieve monetary and commercial success, thereby undermining the art to begin with).
This is the 'art paradox.' How to be creative and survive among a world of non-creatives.