Victoria Selbach | Everything You Need To Know

Victoria Selbach

Victoria Selbach (born 1960 in Pittsburgh) is a contemporary realist American painter, who is best known for her contrasted nude paintings of women. 

The majority of Selbach's work involves paintings of women that appear in everyday domestic settings, such as in dark interior spaces, sitting by the window, or glancing in the mirror, patchily lit by bright sunlight.

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Born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Selbach used to draw from an early age. She studied drawing and pastel at the Carnegie Mellon Museum of Pittsburgh and continued on to art classes at Carnegie Mellon University. 

Later on, she moved to New York City and graduated from Parsons School of Design with a degree in Fashion Design. 

In 2008, after spending 20 years in corporate fashion designing, she decided to concentrate fully on painting and become a full-time artist.

Selbach's artworks have been exhibited in New York and throughout the United States including the Heckscher Museum of Art, The Butler Institute of American Art, Wausau Museum of Contemporary Art, Howard Tullman's Art Collection.


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