According to Dictionary.com, the word 'naive' means "having or showing unaffected simplicity of nature, or absence of artificiality."
Further, to be 'naive,' it states that 'whatever', or the object of artistic expression,' is "marked by a simple,
unaffectedly direct style, reflecting little or no formal training or technique.
This is a very-good description, of the reflective-process of devotion,
which is the turning of the consciousness-inward,
within a one-pointed-Focus Through The Spirit.
That-Is the Inner-Known-Location,
through which the artist-observes-unaffectedly,
the appearance of 'lines to copy.'
Simply, thus-focused only through the observation of the 'transcription,'
which is the 'moment-to-moment' Conscious-Awareness of Spiritual-Comprehension,
forms of Reflective-Reference (Intuition) are produced.
These are utilized further to discover, via Reflectively-Writing about them,
Overall, the artist's process of dissolution of the ego,
and Intuitive-Awareness of The Presence Within,
is abandonment of 'limitation-structures.'
The latter mentioned are the 'conscious-decisions,'
made without assurances... which is only living-within-circumscription.
That is, one's 'comprehension' is Spiritual-Expression,
which 'manifests-outwardly' upon the paper,
as it is stamped within the Spiritual-Ether.
So, what the artist-does,
may be described as 'naive-representation."
So, you see, and 'I' say this naively,
this art Reflects The Psychological-Nothingness of The Presence,
and as such, is genuinely-innocent,
and devoid of worldly-merit.
He has placed 'me' within This Ingenious-Spiritual-Position,
of Divine Beyond-self Comprehension,
and From That Inner-Reflected-Location,
the topic of 'art placement within Human-History,'
So although the art is 'innocense-Reflected,'
from a Spiritual-Multidimension-Percepted,
both it and the 'Reflective-Reference' of these writings,
That is, what is more 'naive' than the absense of 'thinking?'
According to Encyclopedia Brittanica,
Naive Art as a movement,
"rejects conventional expertise in the representation or depiction of real objects.'*
Also, "Naïve works are often extremely detailed,
and there is a tendency toward the use of brilliant,
saturated colours rather than more subtle mixtures and tones.
There is also a characteristic absence of perspective,
which creates the illusion that figures are anchored in the space,
with the result that figures in naïve paintings are often “floating.” *
You see, when the consciousness of one's existence,
is unlimited of its 'social-circumscriptions,'
via the 'innocense of Gifting All to the Spirit,;
well then... what it is 'you' have then,
within one's Own Experience,
IS a Spiritual-Vision,
*Britannica, The Editors of Encyclopaedia. "Naïve art". Encyclopedia Britannica, 30 Jul. 2013, https://www.britannica.com/art/naive-art. Accessed 2 August 2021.