Nick Kacic-Miosic (1960) is a Croatian- American sculptor coming from 7 generations Croatian noble family Kacic-Miosic, dating from the 13th-century tradition of sculptors in stone media. His work is exquisite because of the juxtaposition of two elements, the train of thought in which his ideas arrive and reflect in his marble and limestone pieces that like liquid emotion stuck in every caving and craves completing an emotional impact emanating passion. In some ways, he had evolved on the longtime stagnant cubist style which has not been embellished on since the time of Archepinko, Henry–Laurens, Picasso.
Nick studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art. He holds an international recognition and had many exhibits in Philadelphia, New York,Paris, London Biennale,Strasbourg. Two of the Nicks sculptures are at permanent exhibition at Museum Sheik Al Zayed in city of Kairo-Egypt.
Nick’s artwork was reviewed by Neli Rakowsky (former lecturer at Museum St. Petersburg Moskva and lecturer at Metropolitan Museum New York ) and future in Art In America : “Nick Kacic is hereditary sculptor, working straight in marble with no preliminary clay modeling or puncturing. He possesses a rather strong personality for not just guard ancient tradition at the time when in the art almost nothing left from it but strengthens it with an injection of the harsh attitude and
sufficient deformation which leads away from just reproduction of the ancient harmony”.