Surrealist painter Leonora Carrington 1917-2011 with whom she shared many enriching experiences.
During that period, Victoria’s talent became widely known in the United States. In addition to selling a large number of lithographic editions, she also sold approximately three hundred original paintings. However, in spite of her success, Victoria decided to return to Mexico. Over the new few years she worked ardently in her homeland and developed a new style outstanding for its unique oil paintings and serigraphs on textiles. In the mid-1990’s Victoria began to work with various galleries in the United States. She returned to New York with the sole intention of painting flowers. Her idea acquired large dimensions through her magnificent brush and was executed with great skill and abundant creative passion.