Current Location:
Art Gallery Support Facility -> AGS Office
Location Notes:
AGS; Art Gallery Storage Facility; Print and Drawing Cabinet Room; Bottom 3

Lowlands #50

Artwork
Identifier:
2002.02.1
Artist:
Victoria Adams
Credit:
GVSU Collection
Medium:
Oil on Linen
Date:
circa 2002
Dimensions:
Artworks - Height: 24 in Width: 24 in
Description:
Scene with water and trees on the bottom quarter and clouds on the top three quarters.
Historical Context:
Victoria Adams is an American contemporary landscape painter working in oil and wax on linen. She finds inspiration for her primary subject matter—the sky, the land, and deep atmospheric space—in the weather and views of the Pacific Northwest, where she lives and works on an island in Puget Sound near Seattle, Washington. The artist received a BA in English Literature from Ohio State University. In her twenties, she moved to the Pacific Northwest, initiated her training in the visual arts and received a BFA in Painting from the University of Washington, studying under the renowned painter Jacob Lawrence.