Laura Ficco, a native of Genoa and current resident of Assemini (CA), is an artist who effortlessly blends the realms of painting, poetry, and literature.
Her remarkable journey led her to achieve an honorary Doctorate in Letters from the Constantinian University in Rhode Island, USA, in October 2012, a testament to her literary prowess.
Laura Ficco is not only an artist but also a proud member of the Sovereign Order of St. John of Jerusalem, Knights of Malta (OSJ). She has served as the representative for the Sardinia region for CCSVI in Multiple Sclerosis, showcasing her commitment to humanitarian causes.
Her artistic contributions extend beyond the canvas, as she has provided artistic assistance to the elderly, brightening their days through creativity.
Laura’s talent has earned her numerous career awards in the fields of both painting and literature. She has received multiple accolades in international and national poetry, literature, and art competitions.
Laura Ficco’s literary works encompass poetry collections like “Se Parla L’Anima,” “Brucia La Notte,” “Lento Il Passo Intensa La Meraviglia,” “La Rinascita Della Tigre,” “L’Indice Della Mano Destra – J’Accuse,” “Alba Rossa (Agim I Purpurt),” “Il Passo Della Lupa,” and “Note E Sussurri Nella Nebbia.”
Additionally, she has co-authored the novel “Il Passo Della Lupa” and edited the book “I Custodi Della Legalità,” featuring her portrait of St. Michael the Archangel.
Her remarkable journey is a testament to her dedication to the arts and her unwavering commitment to making a difference in the world through creativity and literature.