Victoria K Nelson
Drawing Realism
Victoria K Nelson
Professional Artist

All things creative has been a common theme in the life of Victoria Nelson, Professional Artist. From childhood days of building model airplanes to experimenting with a chemistry set, to her corporate career which frequently involved starting new projects and organizations.

Beginning as self-taught painting flowers in water colors when in her teens she then took initial instruction in college. After college, a corporate career beckoned and art creation went dormant. In 2010, as her corporate life began to lose its inspiration, Nelson began taking serious art instruction. "Art instruction filled the void and led me to move on to a life where I could paint, draw, experiment and grow as an artist full time - or whenever I felt like it" said Victoria Nelson.

"Most of my inspiration comes from flowers - part of being the daughter of a florist, and the islands."
For over 30 years, she and her husband, Steve (a devoted, hard-working supporter of the arts community) split their time between their home in Florida, and St. Croix.

The inspiration and beauty of the Crucian life and its people is evident in her work. Other inspirations
have been found in the work of Frank Lloyd Wright, especially the Arizona Biltmore Hotel and Resort. The complexity and geometry of her work is a confluence of a designer’s eye and an engineer's eye. However, "Never stop learning" is how she describes her style approach. “Everything from my backyard to travels from South East Asia to the Mediterranean have all influenced my ever-evolving portfolio," said Nelson.

Nelson's work is shown in the Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts on St. Croix, and the Hyder Gallery for Fine Arts in Lake Mary, Florida, and featured at a juried show in the Florida Hospital Art of Healing Gallery as well as several Historic Sanford Welcome Center Art Walk juried exhibitions. Her work is regularly included in charitable fund-raising auctions. Her works are in private collections in Arizona, Florida, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Washington, Canada, Iceland and Denmark.
For Daddy

Golden Sunset

Crucian Palm Sheltering PI

“You’re About To Put Me Over The Edge”

The Apostle Looks at Apollo


Green Flash at Sunset

Standing Tall

Frustrating Frog

Good Morning America



Edith the Egret

Gwen’s Backyard

Primarily Yellow

Pinball Flower


Whispers of Glory

Honorable, Beautiful and highest

For Daddy II

Lily White

Follow Me, Get Out of the Rain


Christmas Hibiscus

Ranger Mike Patrols the Deep Off Sandy Point

Lauries Louisiana Iris

Ageless Magnolia

Across Moon River

KD Love

Northern Lights-by one who

Step Into The Sea

Walking Alone

View from Cocktail Cottage

Winter Hibiscus


First Lily

Coy Koi

Sake Mums

Visiting Maria Dorothea

Green Flash at Sunset


The Apostle Looks at Apollo

Please Come Play With Me

First Lily

For Daddy
Painting: Print unmatted

A delicate yellow and white iris in full bloom, supported by two of its leaves. Available matted for $85 and framced for $95 and notes cards for $3.

Original Work:
Height 10" x Width 8"
Year Produced: 2011
Inventory ID VN_0009
Limited Edition Available:  [ Details ]
Showing: Hyder Gallery

Price:  $ 75.00   [ Buy it local ]
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This work was completed on Fathers Day to honor my Daddy. He was a florist and floral designer much of his life. He taught me much about design and gardening through the way he lived and was always ready to answer my questions about how to grow my gardens. Thanks Daddy!!!

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