We humans have a significant ability to create using our fantasy. Was this ability given to us by God, a Creator as He created man in His image, according to His likeness, or was this ability developed itself while world became more complex?
It's part of our character since we were made in His likeness. He's our Heavenly Dad - it's logical that we inherit some of His characteristics.
Furthermore, creativity is unique to humans. If your second explanation were true, animals would also be creating art.
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There is a quote on this that I love, from Alexander "Greek" Thomson, a 19th century Scottish Architect.
Just one man's opinion, and a quite eccentric man at that. As you can see in questions like this, there is no real consensus on exactly what being in the image of God means, but I think it is very significant that the first time the Bible mentions people being filled with the Holy Spirit it is in order to carry out the creative work of building the tabernacle: