As a semi-pro photographer I have judged various camera club competitions where the level of work has ranged from absolutely outstanding to poor. As an art student, part of both my Ceramics I and Ceramics II classes required my visiting a gallery or museum, looking at the works and then writing a paper about my experience. In either case, I told my competitors and my Ceramics professors that when it comes to art, either photographic, painting, sculpture, or whatever, I think it's good if I would hang it on the walls or set it on a display shelf in my home. Most of what I saw at the museum, regardless of who created it, would not be in my home. The museum was near my home, you may have heard of it...the world famous Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento, California.
My first Ceramics prof said I had an extremely limited vision...but gave me an "A+" on the paper. I think that part of it was because I was able to use a few four dollar, three syllable words to describe my "limited vision".
I have a few friends who occasionally go to a "Wine-Art Experience" where they go to a "studio" and pay $60 to drink wine that they bring, eat appetizers that they bring, and paint pictures (the studio provides those materials). Needless to say, some of the stuff I've seen done by these folks would make Picasso look like a piker.
When asked to describe what they painted right after their "experience" the usual answer was..."hmmmm". I guess thei stuff won't be hanging in any galleries soon.