Vicki’s work has been exhibited in London and the British Isles, as well as further overseas. Group exhibitions include: Royal Academy Summer Exhibition; Society of Portrait Sculptors FACE; Affordable Art Fair, Battersea; Royal Society
of British Artists, Mall Galleries; The Towner,
Eastbourne; Royal West of England Academy, Bristol
Focusing on posture, Vicki’s androgynous figures are captured at the edge of movement with a gentle reminiscent humour present in their body language.
Monoliths and stone circles are evident, a sense of perpetual time and the feeling that something so still can evoke so much power. The figures and faces are composed, timeless, part of a group and yet distant, as if they are hiding behind a persona like an actor on stage.
“I’m always intrigued by shadows or ghost images of a person. When you close your eyes and think of someone, facial features often don’t emerge but their ‘essence/soul’ does.”
Vicki took her sculpture degree at City and Guilds of London Art School in the late 1980s where the emphasis was on a classical training in life drawing and sculpture. She has completed several commissioned bronze portraits.