Victoria Rosenfield is a NY based surrealist/abstract artist that works predominantly with acrylics, oils and charcoal as well as gold leaf mixed with various media. Her artistic process began as a child at the age of 5 when she discovered water colour and graphite. Coming from an artistic family and with her mother also being an artist, she was encouraged all the way to pursue her passion. She continued to paint and travel, her primary inspiration being the colourful cities and people of Europe.She worked on commission for different private customers across Europe(mostly Italy) and sold her works in "mercati" across Italy. Her works are a mixture of abstract,expressionism and surreal .She likes to give a touch of complexity by mixing her mediums with gold leaf.
She is an active member in the ArtisTribe Magazine, art blogger and member of NSPC&.A.
Note:If you are interested in a commission, remember that I can negotiate with you according to your budget.I do portraits,still life and landscapes but am also an expert in all sorts of mixed media.I work predominantly with oil,acrylic and charcoal.I prefer the abstract styles(from neo Impressionism to Expressionism and Surrealism).
1. Please send me a clear and big enough photo of the subject you want.Or at least a detailed message with the idea you have in mind for the artwork.
2.I will negotiate with you the price according to the complexity of the commission.Oils are usually more expensive while a charcoal on paper can be somewhere between 80$ to 150$. For big and complex paintings ,with gold leaf or other mixed media the price can vary from 500$ to 2000$.
3.You will need to pay up front for the commission(via WePay or PayPal)-you will be refunded if you change your mind.
4.I will constantly send you photos of the commission- you can tell me what you like and what don't and what changes should I make.
5.I ship with UPS/USPS and you will receive a tracking ID.(You have 5 days for a return).
"Animals" Art International Competition-Light Space&Time Gallery, Special Recognition, 2015