Eh, I'll disagree with that one. Just like with anything, you can get good at something with enough practice and dedication. While yes, creativity is still a dice roll, but you can up your odds through rigorous practice. It all depends whether or not you wanna actually practice to become good.japanese art is so good that there's an entire category of porn dedicated to their shitty scribbles. why is art so good anyways? you just scribble on paper and by chance something good comes out. no one gets good at art naturally, it's all by chance. it's like if i did the lottery all day and people commended my for sometimes hitting the 777. artists have no life tbh, why do they even exist?
Artists also exist because people like to look at pretty things, and people are willing to pay for artists to make those pretty things (of course, that "pretty" is subjective as all hell. Thank you rich assholes for fueling the market of modern "art" that shouldn't be showcased anywhere else than in a garbage can).