Cezanne, I think, told a young artist that the best way to learn was to draw and paint the stove in his studio. I think this is excellent advice. If you can draw the mundane, you can draw anything. There’s a catch, of course. What the hell is mundane? No one has answered that question, as far as I know.
Another way to approach drawing the accidental arrangement of a scrap of canvas is an exercise in problem-solving. Most problems provide us with an opportunity to learn. If you approach this–drawing the mundane–in that spirit and with joy or even relish, what more can you want or need?