Sometimes, you just gotta paint.
If I am a rapid crafter--building a thing as SOON as I think of it, just to see if it can be done--I make up for it with how slowly I percolate my ideas for wall art. Usually, the idea nags at me for years before it's as if I finally listen to it and give in: "ok, Idea, you can come out now".
Some of my "paintings" have found objects included in the finished art, some have just a trace of found objects, and still others are "pure" paintings, that is, no found objects at all-- just imagery created with paint on canvas. Or pastel on paper. Or pencil on wood. You get the idea.
Working with various art mediums makes me a mixed media artist, and my found object habits make me a found object artist, but over the years, I've come to refer to all my work as "Experimental Art" or "Folk art"...so I guess that makes me an Experimental Folk Artist!
I'm not very good at producing work based on custom request. I understand why you might think I can easily whip up a painting of your favourite flower for that space in your dining room--honestly, I SHOULD be able to do this--but it just never seems to work out...for one reason or another, I will inevitably end up taking a ridiculously long time to complete your request, and even then, it may not be what you had in mind.
My paintings are adventures, and I never know just how they will go. The idea is merely a starting point. The finished piece can often be as surprising to me as if a stranger had come in and taken over. It's weird. I don't understand it. But it's Art, and I am happy to go where it takes me.