Do you have an artistic endeavor that you actively do?
For 47 years of my life I "was never good at art". I would laugh about the quality of my stick figures, and sometimes hope to complete a circle with the ends matching. And my handwriting is horrible (something I'm consciously working on improving)... But for 47 years my capacity for Art has been limited. Very Limited.
So for 47 years I substituted my experiences with my artistic community in Phoenix AZ, and supporting those who I could throughout the years. Later in life I view my relationships with others as a "shared artwork" and strongly feel that this sense of being with others is truly my artwork. And those things are GREAT and I love them dearly and am happy to be able to support art in this way and have this viewpoint, but it's simply not a physical thing that you can hang in a museum and call "art".
Well, at 48 years I truly believe I've found it.
But it's not about the "What kind of artist are you?" question. It's really about the joy and wonder of "seeing your art" for the first time. Seeing something and everything fits. What age were you when you had your first "hey, this is my art" moment? Take a moment to reflect on that feeling. Have you not had that moment yet?
As someone who has taken a very long time to find their art, I can certainly say it's worth the wait, and worth finding in my daily life.