Nicolette’s paintings are the reflection of her vision of many places: forests and glens, skies and seas, with a fascination for light and form. Her work is infused with the spirit and light of the different parts of the world she has lived in.
Born and raised in Morocco, Nicolette studied at the Sorbonne in Paris, and in New York at the Art Students League and at Pratt Graphic Center while working at the Printmaking Workshop.
Nicolette’s work has been published and distributed in the U.S. And Internationally by John Szoke, Hugh McKay, Vincent Fitzgerald, Ronbie Editions, Progressive Editions and Atlantic Art. Her work is also represented in a large variety of galleries around the country.For the past five years Nicolette has been part of the top art festivals in the country, from California to New York, where she won a number of awards.
Nicolette’s works are part of the collections of The Department of State, The Library of Congress, The Toledo Museum, The Children’s Museum of Minnesota, Merrill Lynch and numerous other corporations and private collections.