Victoria Fuller is an award winning professional artist who has shown extensively throughout the United States at galleries, museums, corporations, municipalities, and public parks. She is also an award winning singer/songwriter/musician, natural science illustrator, and graphic artist.
She received a BA From Regis College in Denver, and a MFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. In 1986 she received a fellowship award from the Colorado Council on the Arts and Humanities and in the year 2000 she received a Fellowship award from Illinois Arts Council. She was also awarded Best of 3-D for the year 2000 at the Rockford Midwest Juried Exhibition, at the Rockford Art Museum in IL, and received a jurors award for the 2000 Evanston and Vicinity show, at the Evanston Art Center, in IL.
In 1999 She was commissioned by ESPN Zone, a sports entertainment center developed by Disney Regional Entertainment, to create a large wall sculpture, Oh Say Can You Scream. Also in 1999 she created a large-scale outdoor sculpture, Shoe Of Shoes, for the Fifth Annual International Sculpture Exhibition at Navy Pier in Chicago, IL. Shoe of Shoes showed in The Really Big Shoe Show at City Museum in St. Louis, Mo. and is now being leased by Brown Shoe Company, also in St. Louis.
She was commissioned in 2002 by the Bi-State development / Arts in Transit Agency in Missouri to create a public sculpture along a public transit line titled “ I want “, and she is completing a large-scale sculpture, Global Garden Shovel, commissioned by Sound transit in Seattle for the Martin Luther King Drive public transportation corridor.
Show reviews and articles about her work have appeared in the New York Daily News, Manhattan Arts, The Hyde Park Herald, and Cover Magazine. Her sculpture, “Shoe of Shoes”, in Pierwalk ’99, was featured in the Chicago Tribune, the Chicago Sun Times, The New York Post, TWA’s Ambassador Magazine, and on NBC, CBS, ABC News stations in Chicago, and Fox news in St. Louis.