Dear Frank: I am an artist by trade and recently did a very moving installation piece in our house for my human (pictured here). It was about struggle, love, self-doubt and toilet paper. My human didn’t like it and is demanding an apology. But I refuse to apologize for my art. What should I do?
Sincerely, Schnoodle in Indiana
Dear Schnoodle: I happen to think your art is a truly inspired commentary on our world today. Unfortunately, art is subjective. It’s best to say you’re sorry (Even if you’re not.)