Victoria continues to explore the sky as a metaphor in which she floats disconnected nests representing the struggle between the soul’s need for attachment and the spirit’s need for freedom, a major theme in most relationships form the young child to the elderly. The nests are metaphors for a restless society unconnected to its roots. The feathering of one’s nest or the accumulation of belongings contrasts with the freedom of being unattached. Found objects woven into or filling the nests create an uneasy mix of natural and synthetic elements. They are also a reminder of an environment displaced in an urban landscape.
Slipping Thru – 36″ x 48″ Cast Away – 36″x48″Nest With The Best View – 36″x48″- SOLDI Take It With Me Wherever I Go – 24″ x 36″ -SOLDIt Will Be The Unraveling Of Me – 24″ x 24”Peace Offering – 24″ x 24″ – SOLDTaking it with Me – 30″ x 40″It’s My Time Now – 30″ x 40″My Burning Desire – 24″ x 24″A Fresh New Start – 24″ x 24″Time Out – 36″ x 48″On Until Midnight – 36″ x 48″ Finding Home – 36″ x 41″Monarch Retreat – 39″ x 39″The Clocks Ticking – 29″ x 50″A Long and Difficult Path – 33″ x 53″ SOLD
Break Away – 24″ x 36″Labyrinth Study – 12″ x 12″SOLDLeaving the Nest Study – 16″ x 20″SOLD