Art is a subject that frustrates some people and motivates others. The reason why that is probably stems around the fact that art can be anything to anyone and that there really is nothing, be it bent awnings in Toronto or washed up beach pebbles, that can't be considered art. Who's to say to you that a hole in the wall you see that resembles rabbit ears, at least when you look at it, isn't a piece of art? While not many other people would share such a sentiment you believe it to be a piece of art and that's all that really matters.
From an abstract sculpture that you saw in the lobby of a condo building where you went to view condos for sale in Oshawa to a finger painting your five-year-old did in school that you have framed and hanging in your bedroom wall art is in the eye of the beholder and art can be anything. Don't be fooled by people who say that not everything can be considered a piece of art because that's just not true. While, yes, maybe in the official sense a bowl of alphabet soup that was able to spell out words through random happenstance might not get featured in an art gallery that doesn't mean it doesn't look amazing.
If that bowl of alphabet soup is art to you then you go ahead and show it off to others in your home or dental implant specialist office. One thing you have to remember when it comes to art is that not everybody will have the same opinion as you when it comes to certain pieces of art. If you can't stop raving about a piece of realist artwork depicting what life was truly like in the late 1800s and another person in your party can't stand how imperfect the subjects in the painting are depicted you're more than likely not going to be able to sway them into thinking like you.
That's not how art works and just like how you would like them to respect your opinions on the piece of art in question you also need to respect their point of view, no matter how much you disagree with them. Part of the fun that comes with viewing art is how different people's points of views, styles and tastes are when looking at artwork. One person might vehemently hate some artwork they saw and would rather spend hours being lectured on cross border tax than be subjected to looking at it for a second more but then there is another person that sees something else in the artwork and can't spare to be away from it and they'll want to study it and take it all in for as long as possible.
That, in a nutshell, is what art is and if you can remember that anything is art you'll be just fine as long as you don't forget that what you consider art is different than what somebody else considers art, which is kind of like how buyers and sellers have different opinions on what the true value of York Region North homes for sale are.