Hi! I am The Mischievous Art Fairie, But you can call me Cassie. I am an artist, student, and loving daughter. My dad(Dr.R. Steven Kurti) is the owner and CEO of Table Top Inventing, a great company that focuses on helping teens get excited about learning, and being successful in life. Enough about him though, this is MY blog after all, so here are a few tidbits about me. I love drawing(duh), cooking, singing when no one is around, and dancing barefoot in the kitchen. Basically if it involves the creative side of my brain, I love it.
I am known for getting lost in my head, and I tend to space out a lot, which in itself is not a bad thing, but it tends to get me in trouble sometimes.
I am a Christian, and before you let that scare you away, you should know that I will never throw my beliefs in your face, nor are my pieces all “Church-y”. Yes I love God, no I do not draw random crosses and “Saint Marie”s all the time. (so not a catholic)
I like to think I have a nice wide range of tastes, but I guess that statement is very subjective. My taste in music varies, as long as I agree with the songs message I’ll listen to it, though as a rule I don’t usually like to listen to rap or screamo. There are a few exceptions to that, but most of the time those genres tend to just get on my nerves and I can’t listen for long. I love all kinds of art, and the only styles that don’t really jive with me are horror, and so called “modern art”. Horror because I really can’t stand blood and gore, I prefer things that are beautiful and resonate with me. I’m not bashing that style, I just personally don’t like it. Now modern art just gets on my nerves. I’m not talking about the can of soup pictures, or the cool ones where you have to stand at just the right angle to see it. No, I am talking about the splatter-y, balloon paint ones. The ones that that any person can do without practice, and it looks cool and all, but people like me have to work hard and practice so our pictures look believable. I’m sure its fun and all, and I am sure they are brilliant artists, but if you are going to use paint splatters, at least use them as a part of a whole, like in pointillism. If you don’t know what that is, you should look it up, and check out this cool video.https://www.ted.com/talks/phil_hansen_embrace_the_shake?language=en
Any way. That is me, for the most part. 🙂
Now fly and be free my pretties! Go and explore the rest of my Studio!
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