Question 1: Why did you decide to write this book?
Question 2: What is the book's purpose?
Question 3: What does the book give people?
Question 4: What is your vision and how has it evolved?
Question 5: Who should read this book?
Question 6: What makes this book different from other art appreciation books?
Question 7: Why do you assert that we all have a natural affinity for all types of art?
Question 8: What about people who say there are people who just aren't going to get modern art?
Question 9: What about your assertion that you don't need a lot of education to appreciate art?
Question 10: What about your being surprised that so many people don't love modern art?
Question 11: Is it true that language doesn't adequately capture the understanding of modern art?
Question 12: What do you say about people who say that modern art is just not for them?
Question 13: Is it true that none of us can know what another feels when seeing modern art?
Question 14: If someone is trying to figure out what a painting means, have they missed the point?
Question 15: Is there a right way and a wrong way to experience modern art?
Question 16: Do you imagine that the magic of modern art is your legacy?
Question 17: If you put yourself out into the future, what might you imagine?
Question 18: What is your vision and mission?
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