This paper describes the goals of low-complexity art, not a way to achieve the goals. The latter requires intuition and, like with any other form of art, a sometimes rewarding but often frustrating struggle to capture ``the essence" of what is being depicted. Initial attempts to create a work of low-complexity art will usually have unpredictable results.
The noncomputability of Kolmogorov complexity implies that there is no general method for finding the shortest description of a piece of data . This seems to indicate that low-complexity art will always represent a challenge to any artist willing to pursue it.