Sabina Nore 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.
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.
She was offered to play the main role (the heroine) of a children’s TV-series when she was 5 years old, but she refused to cooperate and do what she was told.
Has two children, Lara and Christopher.
Has never had a boss in her life.
Uses music when painting to accentuate a mood or to instill a particular energy.
“My paintings could probably be categorized into two groups, especially if you are one of those people who like labeling things into neat packages.
I have a strong emotional side, sensitive and poetic, with all the adorning side-effects, which enables me to lift paintings up to what has been referred to as visual poetry or poetic symbolism.
The other me is cool and collected, witty and sharp, with a passion for philosophy, psychology and games…. That is rather the surrealistic and wacky me, and so are some of my paintings.”
“Constructive criticism helps me grow as an artist, but appreciation helps me flourish.”
“Hungry intellects love surrealism.”
“Art is a mirror of society as well as a key to the spirit of the individual (painter).”