Bell produces a valid point in saying the goodness of art is determined immediately and innately within the viewer. I believe art is so subjective, and that brain chemistry forbids us to view something exactly the same way as someone else. The point of abstract art is not what it is or what the artist is trying to make it represent. Nonrepresentational art is about invoking a feeling unique to each viewer. Value of abstract are is determined by an unidentifiable force within one’s self – the same sense that allows us to know something that is red, is red.