A Colorado resident since 1981, Victoria's interest in subjects, is as diverse as the environment around her home in Carbondale. She most enjoys painting the ever changing landscape of the Roaring Fork and Crystal River Valleys, and her unique and unusual still life subjects. Her chosen medium is oil on panel, however Victoria also utilizes charcoals, pastels and pencil on a variety of supports.
Victoria has studied with such notable artists as, Margaretta Gilboy, at the Anderson Ranch Art Center, Daniel Sprick, of Colorado, and Valroy Eaton of the Scottsdale Artist School in Scottsdale, Arizona.
She is a Fine Arts graduate of Towson State University, Towson Maryland and was able to study in Florence, Italy for 3 months in her senior year.
Scottsdale Artist's Juried Exhibition, Scottsdale, Arizona 'The Best & Brightest', 1987
Permanent collection of Authur Anderson & Co., five paintings, 1987
Zaplin-Lampert Gallery Exhibition, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1988
Artist's Magazine National Competition, placed in top 100 artists, 1988
John Stickney Scholarship, awarded by the Carbondale Concil on Arts and Humanities, Carbondale, Colorado, 1984