The potter works diligently with the clay and the observer sees nothing more than a grown-up who plays frivolously with mud. But in time, useful and beautiful pottery will be made. Then the observer will praise the potter for his persistence.
Keep molding the clay and do not allow the fluctuating concerns and shifting sensitivities of observers to lead you astray.
The observers need your creativity, but they wont be able to recognize it until you give them something to see. And you can’t give the observers something to see if you’re too busy looking at the same things as them.
Don’t observe. Focus!