Your right brain is your creative and artistic side and your left brain is more your analytical and scientific side. My left brain is definitely more focused on the more science aspect of my life and my right brain is more focused on kind of like tying and fusing together in the art and fashion world through, various mediums. I'm Evan. I'm an artist. I'm an entrepreneur and I'm 15 years old. I went to Paris when I was around 9 or 10 and we decided to stop at the Louvre one day. It kind of just hit a hue with me. Not only the composition of the paintings, but just the feelings that they resonated within me. And so when I got home, I just really wanted to recreate that feeling that I had there. Probably by the third or
fourth canvas, he was creating things that had really interesting composition,
really interesting coloring. Even before I grab the canvas and do a couple of weeks of research about the personality, about their life. About the culture of that specific location and I try to combine those elements into the painting Once I actually approach the canvas, I keep on thinking about the landscape and that person until the last moment when
I put the brush to the painting. One of my main inspirations, kind of what got me into being interested in art in the
first place actually, was DaVinci. He's a scientist, he's an artist, he's a writer. So they're multiple different components and influences and inspirations into one piece. He watched Jackson Pollock paint,
he watched Jean-Michel Basquiat paint, and he watches scientists do things. He's always had I think a pretty broad understanding of different things. I have a $6500 bid, last call. Sold! When I sold my first painting it was just a super cool feeling knowing that someone out there supported my art and was willing to pay money for it. What comes to my mind is the same thing that comes to everybody else's mind which is you can't believe what you're looking at.
A 12 year old painting such an incredible piece. In the world of technology and everything. I think it's just super important that we stay true to who we are. Go outside and experience nature. I think that nature is definitely one of my big inspirations both in life and in my creative process. There's a lot of people who work in a job nine-to-five and they're dissatisfied
and they come home and they spend one or two hours maybe on something their passion project and I don't think that's a good way to live. So I think whatever he ends up doing, he comes home from work, and he just goes man,
I just knocked it out today. It was a great day.