I don't claim to be an artist. But then again, what is art and what does one need to create to become an artist? I do have a few creations of my own. For what it's worth, here is one of the oldest surviving ones.
Blue ballpoint pen on cheap paper. 7x10 cm. Now slightly faded.
The detailed title explains what it is depicting: The outside scenic view as seen from inside the nose—thru the nostril—of a man. Those 2 scimitar-shaped things are nose hairs, while the irregular entity on the right is mucus. I used to wear my watch on my right wrist. Note that the right hand visible outside the nose is also wearing a watch. So, this is presumably a self-portrait of sorts.
It is dated 15 December 1976, midnight. Arguably, a piece of "art" like this can only be created late at night, preferably after midnight when the time is usually ripe for finding out what it is all about.
If Salvador Dalí had doodled this, it would be worth a hefty sum now. But, sigh, I am no Dalí...