By RAY QUIROGA
Port Isabel-South Padre PRESS
Surrounded by vendors who were selling everything from refreshments, trinkets, to used merchandise sat a quiet, and unassuming young woman who was manning her own table during Port Isabel’s monthly outdoor market day held a Beulah Park.
As she quietly sat on a chair, reading, jotting down notes and engaging passersby, her “booth” was stopping folks in their tracks.
The reason why this otherwise unassuming young lady was attracting so much attention was due to her art that surrounded her booth, art that caused virtually everyone to take a second look and either like it, hate it or ask questions.
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