Layla Fanucci is an artist and entrepreneur, renowned for her signature style of cityscape paintings. She exhibits her work at a number of impressive galleries and museums around the world, including The Louvre in Paris.
When Layla discovered her true calling, it was the only drive she needed to propel her forward in her career. Her success story was so pivotal to me and my journey. I’ve spoken with her daughter, Michelle Fanucci, on the podcast before and talked about how Layla’s story inspired me to make a huge change in my life.
In this episode, we talk about how Layla got to where she is today, her keys to success, and learning what our true calling is. This has been one of my favorite interviews, enjoy!
Radically Purposeful Layla
Radically Inspired Clarity
Layla’s Keys for Success
1) Find your passion
2) Have a plan
3) Work really hard
4) Focus on your goals
5) Give back
Layla Fanucci Answers…
Radically Loved Quotes
“When you follow your passion and you work really hard, the money follows.”
“Really dedicate your time to what you love to do. Your passion is nurtured and then you can climb up that ladder.”
“If you don’t believe in it, it’s probably not going to go far.”
“You can do anything, but no one’s going to give it to you. You’ve got to make it happen.”
A Little More About Our Guest
Driven by a desire to evoke her experience of the city, she achieves remarkable harmony in these resonant works. A musician before becoming a painter, she captures the rhythm of the great metropolis, the lyrical splendor of its skies and the cacophony of its streets. Looking at the scenes, one understands why people return time after time to theses places, like musical phrases we never tire of hearing, always finding something new in them.
In Fanucci's dream like paintings, the relationships of building, massed like blocks, transmit the grandeur and intensity of the urban environment, framing the crowds that swarm below them. Dense, deeply felt, intriguing and masterfully painted, her cityscapes draw us in because of the passion in which they were created. www.laylafanucci.com/