"Accepted to Toronto's Artist Project at age 12, Evan Sharma is one of Canada's most promising and prodigious young artists. His work has been acquired by collectors from NYC, LA and Dubai, and has raised over $30,000 for various charities, including the United Way and CAN Fund, in support of Canada's elite athletes performing on the world stage."
"The brand, itself, stands for Right Brain, Left Brain and is based on the concept that if you really want to make a significant impact, you need to develop both your right or creative side and your left of the banalytical side."
"I think I created RBLB to help tell the story about things that mean a lot to me personally. So the brand stands for living at the intersection between art and science, and it will have a pro-environment theme."
"Gerry is under the assumption that Evan is going to paint a portrait of him. When he finds out that this is not the case he quickly understands why people say “it's like watching paint dry.”
“It amazed me that such a small painting could have such a big influence on lots of people,” Sharma said. “So that’s when I really started to paint, I just want to do really creative things and inspire a lot of people.”