Artists can be highly creative but these individuals may also be child like in many others. It is their job to portray the world the way that they see it, not the way that most people view it. These individuals may be overwhelmed by creative passion and the ideas may seem to flow from everywhere. Some of the most sought after masterpieces do not resemble the real world but they offer viewers a glimpse into the mind and soul of the artist who created it. The emotions and visions that the artist experiences is translated onto canvas or reflected in sculptures. A true artist never creates art for the sake of money, and the most valuable paintings today had little or no monetary value when they were originally finished. The satisfaction that these individuals find is within, and does not come from external influences or other individuals.