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Victoria Selbach, 1960 | Figurative painter

American painter Victoria Selbach in her youth, studied drawing and pastel at the Carnegie Mellon Museum of Pittsburgh and continued on to art classes at Carnegie Mellon University.
Her years at CMU provided a range of course work including drawing from live models and studying anatomy at the Pitt Medical School Morgue.
Victoria moved to New York City and graduated from Parsons School of Design.
While making New York her home Victoria has traveled extensively and is indebted to all the amazing faces and startling visual environments that have fascinated and inspired her.

Victoria Selbach focusing on women, is best known for her compelling life-size depictions of women. Selbach explores the complexity of her contemporaries in relation to our generational feminine legacy. Her work enables her to better understand and champion the diversity, complexity and trajectory of contemporary women.

Victoria Selbach | American Figurative painter