Guy's artwork is welcome anywhere in our house.
He has his legendary flower (first the rough draft, crayon sketch. Then the final draft, the painting) in our living room.
At his workspace he has the self-portrait (he is painting in that picture). And behind the picture is a wall in need of repainting due to amazing artwork done in a purple dry-erase marker. Dry erase?! A Sharpie would have done less damage.
In his bedroom, the most important artwork of all, the "Wipe Out" obstacle course.
This artwork doubles as entertainment because he makes his Lego men run the course.