Born in Argentina, Sincich grew up mentored by her father Bernardo Sincich (1931-2006), who was a landscape painter and a naturalist by heart. Later, Sincich attended the School of Fine Arts -National University of Córdoba-, Argentina, where she continued her studies of Fine Arts with a strong classical foundation, focusing in Painting and Drawing, Art History, and Visual Arts Education.
After her graduation, she moved to Europe. Between 1996 and 2001 Sincich did postgraduate studies, and worked in Spain and England, where she joined local art groups and organizations. She moved to the US in 2001, where she now resides in permanently.
Since 1996, Sincich furthered her education, training, and experience through seminars, talks, postgraduate and self-studies, and professional opportunities at institutions, such as the Central St. Martin’s School of Art and Design (UK), the Ashmolean Museum of Oxford (UK), the Botanical Gardens in Oxford (UK), the Prado Museum in Madrid (Spain), the Circle of Fine Arts in Madrid (Spain), the Minneapolis Institute of Art (US); the University of Minnesota (US), California State University at Long Beach (US), the Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach (US), Purdue University (US), The University of Newcastle (Australia), and others.
Throughout her career, she has worked as a multifaceted visual artist, an illustrator, an art educator, and an art program developer for several organizations. Sincich has participated regularly since 1990 in numerous juried shows and group exhibitions, and in several artistic events. She has also worked on commissions for national and international institutions and organizations, as well as private collectors. Her artwork is now in collections in South America, Europe, Asia, and the United States.
Since 2009, Sincich lives with her family in West Lafayette, Indiana, and continues working in new projects.
Women’s Caucus for Art
Guild of Natural Science Illustrators