I do if only because green really doesn't get alot of just straight draw. Its either one off from directly damaging your opponent, cantrip effects, or under a count how many creatures/power toughness of creatures. I freely admit its not great, but on the same its not bad.
I'm trying not to be mean.... but what is with the art..
Its a style of art, the photo realistic body and the washed out colors is used in anime all the time for noir or action bits. I do agree that the chosen colors in the hair and the dress make a less robust picture. It feels like they were trying to evoke a Elf meditating in a stone garden but with how the frame cuts in you lose enough detail you get more a jumbled feel to the image. If they had cut back instead of zooming in with the full art it may have looked better?
I've gotten in trouble online before for defending less mainstream art in various contexts so please don't get your pitchforks out for me saying this but, I kind of love that Wizards is comfortable releasing prints with much more expiremental art styles outside of Secret Lair. Is this kind of collage/zine/punk/anime thing always right for MTG? Of course not, but it's great to have a little bit of it on more core prints. Honestly, compared to some of the art from Fallen Empires or Alpha/Beta/Unlimited (Chaoslace, Icatian Moneychanger, Stasis* to name a few) this really is a skillfully crafted image. The line quality, the use of balance and other compositional elements clearly demonstrate the artist is trained and skilled and there's a great body of work in this veins that they are drawing from. It's perfectly fine not to like it subjectively but no-one has the right to negate it's validity objectively.
*There were 3 prints of Icatian Moneychanger and the Drew Tucker one is a lovely watercolor that while, strong as an abstract piece in it's own merits doesn't belong in M:TG. But, I can't seem to get links to point to the right version.