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ARTETUDE GALLERY

Paintings

Victoria Sheridan 22241 Larkspur Trail Boca Raton FL 33433

Vicky@temperart.com

To, Ms Anna Elliott: cover Letter, contact information, websites, art statement.


VICTORIA SHERIDAN EDUCATION BFA. Painting, Art History. Florida State University, Magna Cum Laude. General Certificate of Education 1973 Michael Ham Memorial College. University Of Cambridge. GED. Art classes completed at: University of California, Berkeley; Laney College, California; Tallahassee Community College, Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale. Florida State University and Florida Atlantic University.

SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2014 2012 2011

Spanish River Gallery, Boca Raton James A. Rutherford Patch Reef Park, Boca Raton Spanish River Gallery, Boca Raton

2010

Spanish River Gallery, Boca Raton

2008

Meyerhoefer Gallery, Palm Beach

2007

Meyerhoefer Gallery, Palm Beach County Florida

2007

Peter of Weston, Weston Florida

2006

Solange Rabello Fine Arts, Miami

2005

Bank United, Boca Raton

2003

Boca Raton, Community Center

1999

Gardens Art, Palm Beach Gardens Florida

1997

Boca Raton City Hall

1996

Coconut Creek Government Center

1994

Palm Beach International Airport

1991

Broward County Main Library, One woman show

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS AND AWARDS 2014

Palm Beach International Airport


E-merge Art Fair, Washington DC 2013

Palm Beach International Airport

2012

Art Santa Fe, Santa Fe Convention Center, NM Light Space Time Gallery, Jupiter, FL

2009

2005

2004 2003 2002

2001 2000 1999 1998 1997

IMOW org, International Museum of Women, San Francisco. The Armory Art Center, Greenfield Gallery Hispanic Heritage SRL Boca Raton Library, Friends Art Library Boca Raton Museum Of Art. Boca Festival Days 20th Annual. Art Serve, Fort Lauderdale Gallery Six, Starving Artist Place Award. Oakland Park Library, Florida Human Image Competition, Best in show. Gallery Six, starving artist. Human Image Competition Boca Raton Museum School. Starving artist Competition, Best in Show. Cornell Museum. Inspirations 2002 Environmental Issues, Best in Show Human Image Competition. Best in Show The Schacknow Museum of fine Art. Latin Experience. Group Exhibition Hortt 42nd. International Competition 51st Anniversary Exhibition, 2nd place award Small Works Exhibition Coral Springs Museum of Art, Tri County Exhibition, Florida 49th Annual All Florida Juried Competition. Museum of Art, Boca Raton, Florida Regal Fine Art. Hollywood Florida Arte BA, Buenos Aires.

Web links: http://www.artslant.com/global/artists/show/53503-victoria-sheridan http://www.temperart.com/ http://www.saatchionline.com/victoriasheridan https://www.facebook.com/#!/temperart

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

THE MIAMI HERALD. Contemporary Latin American Artist From South Florida. Sept 4th,1992.THE SUN SENTINEL. Hispanic legacy in Library Art. Oct 3rd 1993XS Magazine: Gallery Palettes: March 14 th, 1994, May 7th 1996, April 23rd 1996. SOUTH FLORIDA MAGAZINE, Haut Décor. Guest Artist. November 1 st, 1997. NEW ART INTERNATIONAL 2000 Book Art Press. New York EASTSIDER, Environmental Issues at the Broward Art Guild, April 2002 CITY LINK, Gallery. February 27th 2002


EASTSIDER, Visual Arts Profile, Figurative Expression, July 2003

Art Statement

I didn't choose to be a painter. Painting chose me. The passion for painting began when I was very young and I started to draw. I guess when I began to have a conscience, a sense of life and the world around me. I became aware of the desire to paint. I began to paint in oils about 30 years ago. I never stopped. It was a psychological necessity. It was a part of me, a way of life and a way of thinking. They say there is a fine line between creativity and insanity. Some say it is a curse being an artist. A person who feels so deeply, but to me the alternative is unthinkable. Painting for me is a manner of describing and recreating things, a change of reality and also the observation of others There are days when I do not paint. Those days I have a sensation of loss. The paintings that are not created at that moment of inspiration are forever lost. Another moment is another painting. A painting has its own life. When it comes out of the studio, it no longer needs the artist. It is independent and speaks for itself. When I sustain my life from my vocation, it is magic. I give the best of my being and my soul to the painting. Although, I admit I am sometimes disappointed. However, sometimes I do not plan my paintings. I create an image in an instant. A few of my works are based upon physical acts and not intellectual concepts. My creations are affected by my feelings. Feelings of each day, (anxiety, love, joy, rage). Nothing is known in advance. Interventions can change the course of my work and infiltrate my work without my knowledge. It could be in a landscape a figure or a still life. They say a painter always paints a portrait of himself. And that is finally, at which a true painter arrives, spontaneously. To paint is to render yourself vulnerable; it is to open your heart to others.

Flying with pink birds. Oil on canvas 16x36 $2,500


Mujer con pajaro, Oil on canvas $ 9,500

Canoa blanca, Oil on canvas $3,500


. Mujer con gato, Oil on canvas 32x42 $5,000

Cardenal, Oil on board 16x20 $900


Not all trips are pink, Oil on canvas 54x48 $8000


Hot yellow roof. Oil on canvas 36x36 $7,500

Lost , Oil on canvas 33x48 $7,500


Tanager. Oil on board. 12x12 $ 900

Pipa y Romeo Oil on canvas 35x48 8,000

. traveler, Oil on canvas 12x12 $900


. On a red ball. 8x10 Oil on canvas $800

13. Alfombra azul. Oil on canvas 52x36 $10,000


Red shadow. Oil on canvas 38x50 $8,000

Victoria Sheridan  

Oil paintings at Spanish River Gallery in Boca Raton Florida

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