Nicolle Cure is a Colombian-American artist living and working in Miami.
Her latest series, The Colors of Sound, is a collection of fluid abstract paintings that explore the relationship between sound and life – inspired by the sudden hearing loss she experienced in 2017.
Nicolle’s art has been showcased at Miami Art Week and Art Basel Miami, and at art fairs from South Korea and China to Colombia. Her work is also sold at selected West Elm stores in the United States and it has been featured in several magazines and blogs, focused on both fine art and hearing health.
In 2018, Nicolle was the sole recipient of the Leaders with Disabilities Scholarship awarded by Americans for the Arts for her work raising awareness about hearing loss and invisible disabilities.
Shortly after experiencing unilateral hearing loss and being diagnosed with several vestibular (balance-related) conditions, she partnered with organizations such as the Hearing Health Foundation and Vestibular Disorders Organization (VeDA) where she donates her time and art to benefit fundraising initiatives.
Nicolle earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Advertising from the University of Florida and an Associate in Arts in Computer Arts Animation from Miami Dade College. She also holds academic certificates from the Sotheby's Institute of Art.