Mystery is this artist’s chosen art name. She says she basically works with anything that she comes across, but loves painting with acrylic paint, and drawing in graphite. She was born in an unforgettable city about forty five years ago. She loves painting people’s faces. Mystery has been a member of The Stewpot Art Program for about a year and she says it has awakened what was already in her by being in the Stewpot Studio making art. Mystery feels very satisfied with her entire body of artwork because her pieces reflect somehow her own feelings and emotions. She believes that being a people person has helped her to develop those skills that she did not know were inside her and skills that she believes are in her by nature somehow. Mystery says, “Love is what I do.” As you can see by the name she goes by, she likes to keep her personal life a mystery as well. She thinks that “Mystery” describes her perfectly. Mystery feels like an artist herself but would like to one day be thought of as an artist by anyone who sees her work. She is a student at El Centro College and Peloton College and hopes to complete her education.
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