Painter and tinkerer, Victoria Williams Steen, has studied the arts both academically and in her travels around the United States. Victoria returned to her Indiana roots in 2007 to pursue Fine Art as a career and enjoy a more sustainable way of living. She has a broad skill set working many years in Graphic Design, Small Business Management, Display Building and Product Development. She also has a dedication to community involvement, believing in the sacred moments of life and being in good
ARTIST’S STATEMENT: I am profoundly inspired by nature and the pure imagination of the child mind. By observing nature I see longing for balance in all things. I view each piece as a conversation. Often we speak on healing & the sacred connections between everything. There is an emphasis on relationships & organic forms in my work. Every creation surprises and delights me. I hope it will do the same for you.
The Living Arts and Science Center: Black Lives Matter Virtual and in person show
Commissioned work typically prices out at .60 per square inch. Art therapy sessions and per hour work typically prices out at $45 per hour.
Associate of Arts in Fine Art, Ivy Tech Community College
Associate of Arts in Visual Communication, Al Collins Graphic Design School
Artist at Red Barn Arts Collective
Maker at RUCKUS Makerspace
Dream Outloud Grant
Public Art for Neighborhoods Grant
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