For anyone who's ever painted even an accent wall or a fence, you already know that painting isn't something you can do in a few minutes and forget about. The artists behind each of these started a project of artistic expression, felt it getting away from them, then continued painting anyway. Maybe even for days. Most mystifying of all, at some point they decided the piece was finished. They put down the paintbrush and showed other people the final product, on purpose. The museum as a whole is a reminder to ambitious creators everywhere that sometimes relentless enthusiasm and determination isn't enough. Sometimes things just suck.
It also doesn't hurt that the founders probably have the best comedic sensibilities of any museum curators in the world. When one of their paintings was stolen, the museum offered a reward to anyone with information regarding its whereabouts. The reward was $6.50. They also installed a fake camera in the museum after the theft with a sign stating, "Warning: This gallery is protected by a fake security camera." I encourage everyone to visit one of the three branches of their museum, or at least check out their website gallery to get an idea of just how extraordinarily an artist can fail in every direction.