Today is week 2 of Makers and Makeup Monday and we are continuing with the story of the well received and insanely talented Maria Prymancheko.
Last week, I talked about who Maria is and how she began her artistic journey as a young girl in a small village in Ukraine. Today, I talk about Maria's legacy and how she became the influential, world-renowned artist she is.
Maria lived in Ukraine for her entire life and her art was heavily influenced by her surroundings. She lived through the Chernobyl disaster, which later influenced an art series that reflected her feelings about the tragic incident. Her art involved drawing and painting with bright colors. She would often incorporate images of animals and flowers in her art.
Mila & Such NYC talks about everything makeup, art, design, and entrepreneurship. I am a full-time teacher, but my passion lies with art. I am a self taught artist and designer, but my work goes beyond just that. I take art and transform it into fashion, specifically accessories. I make everything from scarves to eye masks, all of which are inspired by my own work. To find out more about me and my mission, check out https://mila-such.com/.