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  • Flashback: I loved to make mud pies in the backyard.
  • Sometimes I take the mud and make clay art or draw with it on the side of the house. Momma did't like me doing that, but I was only a kid.
  • My mom saw that I had a knack for making shapes and objects, so she would encourage me to draw at the kitchen table.
  • You are doing great baby, now isn't this better than drawing on the side of the house with mud?
  • Oh my gosh, look at all the art, there is so many to choose from, I don't know which is my favorite.
  • This resembles one of my favorite paintings I saw when I visited the phoenix exhibit. I don't know who made it, but it touched my soul.
  • Degas and Monet both hold special places within my heart. I'm in awe over the color palettes Monet uses. You just get lost looking at his work.
  • In high school, I would make things and create drawing for French club.
  • As I got older, art became apart of my everyday life. I moved away to Las Vegas and now I am exposed to more art ideas than ever before.
  • Visual arts is apart of who I am. Everyday I add something to my art collection.
  • I even knit, crochet, and do light sewing.
  • I am considered the Queen of Arts, because I do it all. My favorite methods are watercolor and acrylic, but I use whatever is available.
  • I like to collect rocks and crystals on my adventures through the desert.
  • I am a bit of a magpie, I collect random stuff.
  • i try to go to art festivals and exhibit. When I get the opportunity I am all over it.
  • You are no artist without enough pieces to cover a mile!
  • Art takes time and is alway changing.
  • I decide if I'm improving and yes, I am an artist.
  • I am happy collecting nerdy things, recreating my favorite characters or playing them out. It's the little things that make us happy.
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