If there is an artist that the public love to hate it would be Tracy Emin. She's not highlighted for her drawing skills.
Culturally, we tend to think it's just fine to draw 'spontaneously' but only so long as we can draw. A child can't draw, but that's ok, as a child.
Typically, after years of training and school one learns to draw. Until it's realised, in the age of post Dada, actually anything goes...
Unless, of course, you're Emin. Years of our teachers aspiring to realism, years of students telling themselves that they can't draw, years of perplexing conceptional art, won't let Emin get away with it. She just can't draw.
Yet Emin's drawings are more interesting. Deciphering them, not marvelling at their technical prowess is surely the point?
Emin's former husband, Billy Childish, coined the term Stuckism - apparently Emin had exclaimed, "Your paintings are stuck, you are stuck! Stuck! Stuck! Stuck!". Perhaps she has a point.