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Artist Painter Surrealist

Sabina Nore

Sabina Nore is an artist. She uses a variety of mediums to create stuff.
She currently lives and works at the edge of the forest, in the Austrian countryside.

What, that actually matters, can be told of a person? Where they were born, perhaps also the How? Was it an easy delivery, whatever that may be, or did the mother struggle? What was the baby's first word? How many languages did it end up mastering? Any?

The story of the artist, any artist, any person, can be dry as toast or filled with myth and lore. The good ones are usually filled with mythology and poetry... Which version do you prefer? Does the presentation of the artist change your perception of the artworks?

Artist Trivia Details

Sabina had a near-death experience at the age of one which close friends speculate to have given her “an edge” in life.

She was on TV at the age of 10 performing a Spanish waltz on the classical guitar.

She is of noble ancestry on both sides of her family.

She is fluent in three languages: English, German and Serbian.

Sabina at the age of 5

She went from ballet classes straight to hockey classes, from the cliché feminine to the cliché masculine, excelling in each. She also learned jazz-dance.

Her favorite authors are Stefan Zweig and Leo Tolstoy.

Has two children, Lara and Christopher.

She was offered to play the main role in a children’s TV-series when she was 5 years old, but she refused to cooperate and do what she was told.

Has never had a boss in her life.

Uses music when painting to accentuate a mood or to instill a particular energy.

Thinks it's ridicilous to write about oneself in third person.

Review of Sabina Nore Art Channels A sketch story inspired by a photo

Manifestations of Sabina

Manifestations of Sabina

Artworks of Sabina by many talented artists & illustrators

"Art is a mirror of society as well as a key to the spirit of the individual (painter)." ~ Sabina Nore

Evolution A visual sneak peek into a life


"Hungry intelects love surrealism." ~ Sabina Nore

Sabina Nore