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AUGUST 2016- Spotlight
American painter, photographer and design entrepreneur of Romanian birth. Born in a family of traditional artisans, she grew up learning and being inspired by ancient Transylvanian arts and crafts.
She began painting and drawing as a young child, and studied under various professional artists. Excelled in creative arts visual, writing and performing, as well as math and science.
Despite her natural inclination towards arts, due to economic and political instability in her country of origin, Cicort chose a different path. Holds a Bachelor Degree in Marketing from Bucharest University of Economic Studies. And became the youngest hospitality female entrepreneur in Romania at the age of 23.
In 2004, in pursuit of self-identity and freedom of expression, she moved to the United States, where she turned to her childhood passion for studio arts.
Oils, acrylics and mixed media are among favorite art mediums. While her unique eye captures dramatic sunsets, serene landscapes, street scenes and people expressions in artistic photographs. Her work continues the thought and feeling of abstract expressionism while influenced by the feminist artistic movement, and the spiritual and social unrest marking the dawn of the third millennium.
Speaker of English, French, Italian, Spanish, Romanian and German, Cicort’s multicultural personality and depth of thought reflect in her art. A natural born artist, she experiences human consciousness as a world explorer, traveler and seeker of life’s fundamental truths. Often incorporating ancient symbols and subjects in her paintings. Yet her art is universal and timeless.
Abstracting thoughts, emotions and light, the artist creates a powerful visual impact. Resulting in a subtle brain heart connection. Love, sensuality and eroticism are the center of Cicort’s work, attempting to restore Woman’s divine nature in a world built on ego, destruction and war.
Website : http://www.adinacicort.com/