Abstract metallic art on paper in boxed out lucite case by Sica, American 1980's (signed on lower right front).
Born in 1932 in New York City, SICA began her artistic career in 1950 while studying at The Art Students League of New York, and later at the Pratt Graphics Workshop, New York. She also traveled extensively, eventually settling in Saigon, Vietnam, as Duy Than's apprentice, then in Athens, Greece, with Emanuel Pilidikis.
She bolstered her reputation simultaneously by participating in several international art invitationals and symposiums. Aside from Vietnam and Greece, SICA has lived in England, Spain and Yugoslavia, and her oeuvre reflects an enlightened perspective of the world, its people and its cultures. SICA's work is in the collections of Le Musée Moderne de la Ville de Paris, The Victoria and Albert Museum, London, The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, The Los Angeles Museum, The Brooklyn Museum,The Miami Museum of Fine Arts and New York University in addition to many other fine arts institutions and private collections.
16 inches square
1.5 inches deep