Based in Washington, DC, Sister Nadia Fisher (Aria del Sole) is a self-taught artist and illustrator striving to normalize inclusion in children’s books and the illustration world. She wants children from all backgrounds to be able to see themselves in the books they read, and she strives to instill a sense of confidence and joy in them as well. When she is not drawing or painting, you can either find Nadia spending time with her husband and daughter, (probably biking or roller skating), or binge-watching shows, documentaries, and movies on Netflix. She also loves to get away from the busyness of the city by visiting nearby state parks with her family.
Clients include the ACLU, 51 for 51, Fight for 15, First Name Basis Podcast, and Jennifer Niven.
She is represented by Jemiscoe Chambers-Black at the Andrea Brown Literary Agency.
December 31, 2021