Raised in East Los Angeles leaving home at the age of Fifteen MS. Violetta Antonia Sorcini became acquainted with street and mural artists Los Cuatro from East Los Angeles. Inspired, she graduated from UCLA School of Arts studying an influenced and mentored by Richard Diebenkron, Sam Amato, Jan Stussy among others. Ms. Sorcini had a long career as an abstract artist, showing regularly with representation in Los Angeles and in New York. Her honors included a residency in Spain and being invited by His Majesty Juan Carlos II to a group show at the Palace Armory in Madrid, with notable American and European artists Jamie Wyeth and works by the renowned Spanish artist Xavier Corbero. Over 15 years ago, she was stricken with a near fatal illness with a long rehabilitation. Having restarted her art career with a number of projects that involve taking a look at her social and physical environments and making interpretations from experiences and social sensibilities. Currently, exhibiting locally, internationally and associated with the ChimMaya Art Gallery and La Galleria Gitana in Los Angeles, California. After a successful career in abstract art Ms. Violetta Antonia Sorcini is again an emerging artist.