Alicia De Lima was born in Trinidad. She is a Resident of both Trinidad and Venezuela.
Throughout her childhood she was always interested in the plastic arts which was encouraged by her parents. Art was one of her main subjects in G.C.E. followed by courses in Ceramics and Introduction to the Arts at the Extra Mural Dept. of UWI.
In Venezuela she attended classes of "Appreciation and History of World Art". She started her drawing in carbon and pastels, then went on to oils and acrylics with the well known artist Luis Alvarez de Lugo.
Recently has dedicated her artistic tendencies to Watercolours with the Chilean artist Renate Sunko.
Her drawings were mainly of nudes and still life and her painting has evolved from scenery to Surrealism Expressions.
She has always had a strong focus on the flow of colour in nature, clothing - such as batik, paper making, serigraphy, jewelry, household furnishings and hand crafts. She has filled many a spare moment throughout her life, etching, sketching and painting.
Her art has been sold in small galleries in Venezuela and was for the first time being presented in Trinidad at Art Creators Gallery under "Women who Paint 2006".
Alicia De Lima is a member of: Asociacion Venezolana de Acuarelistas and Asociacion de las Artes Plasticas.