Victoria’s work has been collected worldwide by high profile collectors including Prince Albert II of Monaco, Ralph Lauren and Joely Richardson. Invesco and Regus offices have collected numerous art works. More recently Victoria was selected to exhibit at the Royal Academy of Art Summer Show. Her seascape paintings, painted with acrylics or oils have become highly collectible and sought after. Victoria’s work has regularly been featured in Vanity Fair, Tatler and The Sunday Times. Since 2020 Victoria has currently sold over 450 original artworks. Currently Victoria is selling directly from her studio based in Devon.. “My subject since 2001 has always been water and the natural world. I have always been drawn to water since as long as I can remember…it feels like home. I attended Chelsea College of Art in 1996, as a mature student, upon graduating my first passion was photography. My first exhibitions listed below were of photography of water. The prints attracted enormous publicity and attention. Joey Richardson became a patron, purchasing and commissioning many pieces. I moved to the South of France in 2003. The photography began to take a different direction and it was then that I began to paint more. I was given a huge commission to create large abstract paintings which are currently on permanent display at the Kensington and Chelsea public libraries. When I resumed painting full time in 2019 I used meditation music to help influence the painting process…the journey in the last couple of years has been simply extraordinary. I now reside in Dartmouth, Devon painting daily, creating commissioned work and realist waterscapes or landscapes.