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Victoria Alger

Victoriaalger54@gmail.com

 

 

 

32 | Victoria Alger | Junk Drawer (after L.Goldstein-Warren) | watercolor | 24×29

Victoria DeAngelis Alger came to love watercolor painting later in life. A 1977 graduate of Michigan State University in Landscape Architecture, her 35 year professional career focused on creative design and stewardship of the natural environment. Victoria’s passion for watercolor inspires her artistry today, as she enjoys painting landscapes “en plein air” as well as studio paintings of unique subjects, still life scenes, and expressive portraiture. She loves telling a colorful and soulful story with her watercolor paintings. Victoria’s artwork has been juried into exhibitions in the Southeast including: The Waccamaw Arts & Crafts Guild, Myrtle Beach, SC; Georgetown County Watercolor Society, Georgetown, SC; ArtFields 2015, Lake City, SC; The Theatre Art Galleries “The Bicycle: Art Meets Form!”, Highpoint, NC; and the South Carolina Watermedia Society 2019 Annual National Exhibition. She has won numerous awards and enjoys having collector’s of her artwork regionally, nationally, and internationally. She is active in the visual arts community, in philanthropic causes for the arts, and has been a featured artist in numerous local publications. She and her husband live in Myrtle Beach where they raised their family near the ocean.

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ARTIST STATEMENT

Victoria DeAngelis Alger states; “Junk Drawer” is a fun abstract view of miscellaneous nuts, bolts, spoons, etc that might be found in someone’s drawer almost anywhere in the world.

October 2020

 

THE FRANKLIN G. BURROUGHS-SIMEON B. CHAPIN ART MUSEUM IN MYRTLE BEACH

Myrtle Beach’s Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum strives to be one of the finest visual arts museums in the Carolinas. With 11 galleries that change throughout the year, Myrtle Beach’s only art museum offers exhibitions featuring paintings, textiles, sculpture, photography, video, ceramics, assemblage, collage and more. A visit to the Art Museum’s exhibitions can be enhanced by its lively programming, including artist receptions, tours, lectures, workshops and classes for both adults and children.