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Georgette Sinclair's art training started in her childhood when she attended the Public School of Art in Romania where she took drawing and painting classes.
After Ms. Sinclair immigrated to the United States, she started a new life as an American citizen while attending school at night. She obtained a Master of Science and a Doctoral degree in Audiology, which adds to her Master degree in Special Psychology and Pedagogy already earned back in Romania from Cluj-Napoca University.
In New York, she attended the Art Student League of NYC, studying under Richard Pionk and John Foote, in addition to attending workshops at Woodstock School of Art and the Hudson River Valley Art School. She also studied with master pastelist, Elizabeth Mowry, at various workshops in France in the Artist's Retreat Program.
Ms. Sinclair works mostly in pastels and oils and is fascinated by the beauty of nature. She finds poetry in ordinary scenes and her landscapes express a mood and speak to everyone by freezing a moment before it is gone forever. In her vision, expression of mood is the response to a fragment in time. She delights in painting outdoors but is also fascinated by peeking in and out of the windows which are the subject of some of her paintings. She travels extensively and her trips, a great source of inspiration, have a big impact on her work.
Ms. Sinclair has been a member of the Salmagundi Club and Pen & Brush, Inc, NYC since 2001 and RIVAA (Roosevelt Island Visual Art Association, NYC) since 2000.