Victoria’s work deals loosely in the language of landscape in order to reveal a more private emotional space, at times pushing entirely away from recognizable landmarks into the world of pure form and color. The pieces in this series are built up from many obscured layers to create a sensual terrain, enriched by a complex history.
Though the past is out of reach, how does it affect what we see in this present moment? How can the language of landscape be used—just enough—to communicate the rich spaces of our inner experience, and the complexity of how we arrived here? While the finished works may be quiet, or vivid and brash, they exist to say, “This is where I am. Where are you?”