You're 20 years old and have never worked anything more than entry level jobs that are notoriously known for being soul-killing.
Most people won't make a living in the arts. The amount of art needed to be produced vs the consumer ratio is so far off that it's practically hopeless unless you have connections.
You didn't understand what the other anon said when they said to figure out what you want in your life and work backwards. If a happy future to you means living in X city/town, being able to afford X kind of place to live, being able to afford X hobbies or travel or whatever, and finding out what you'll need to make that happen. If you need 100K a year, that will give you fewer job options than if you can live off of 50K a year. Once you know what you're aiming for, you can start to figure out careers in that pay range in the area you want to live in.
If your dream life, as you've mentioned, is just you getting to do some your hobbies, finding a 9-5 office job will probably be great, honestly. Find something that won't follow you home, gives you benefits, and has decent PTO. Most office jobs can also be done in way less time, so you could probably work on art at the office, too.
Congrats on finishing your associate's, though! I'd probably recommend getting a certificate in something like medical admin or legal admin, human resources, pharmacy tech, etc where you get a job placement and can often continue employment after that.