Every movement in nature is orderly. One thing is the outcome of another. It is all a matter of constructive, growing force. When we live our lives in tune with nature, we are happy. Misery is the result of our efforts to dictate against it. Therefore, it is within their own natural state and in coordination with nature that the artist explores their vision and expresses what they perceive nature as.
Nature is not to be replicated, but rather to be experienced. However, spiritual expression can be borrowed from nature. In art, spiritual freedom is expressed in the colors chosen; not because they are true to nature, but because the artist deems them necessary for a particular work. Hereby, allowing the artist to portray their emotional response to natural creation. Therefore, spiritual expression in natural terms should be judged not in the failure to achieve naturalism, but in the failure to express inner meaning.