“Usually people paint during the childhood, but they forget about it once they grow up. Luckily, it stayed in my mind,” said artist Lily Brik. Lily’s journey as an artist began at a young age. Her connection with painting has led to a number of projects on canvas, as well as murals around Spain. The 30-year-old muralist is just getting started, but already has some really cool work under her belt.
When viewing paintings by the Oakland, Calif., based artist Aaron Nagel, it’s hard to believe that he has never had any type of formal training. For a self-taught artist, Nagel has an impressive eye for aesthetics and a contemporary surreal style that easily competes with that of fine art veterans.
With the Oscars swiftly approaching, attention has turned to those nominated for awards. The film industry is a complex business, some people possess connections to the film industry from a young age and garner success early, while others are immigrants who rise to fame over time.
Before we get into the specifics of The Daily Fare, I should admit that I’m completely, 100% biased. I’ve known Alissa Abeler and Hannah Smith for a few years. We met at a Halloween party that was too cool for me to attend, but there I was confronted with Abeler dressed reminiscent of Doctor Who and Smith dressed as the oncoming threat of Christmas. They sat with me as I processed a night of rather notable Nashvillians - a nobody in a house full of fame and talent.
Designs created through positivity are the first thing that comes to mind when I think of Illustrator Jessica Durrant. Her collaboration with main brands has led an army of women empowerment, as well as a world of imagination representing what working hard, looks like.
Sustainability, entrepreneurship, and initiatives for change on a large scale often intertwine, but not on a national scale. However, for New York-based businesswoman and activist Aurora James, that isn’t the case.