Victoria Smith


Area of Operation: Northern California and beyond

Victoria Smith: A working studio artist in the Sacramento area and beyond, Ms.Smith studied Fine Arts with a focus on painting at U.C. Davis and later studied Animation for film and television at the Academy of Art in San Francisco, California. She also enjoyed a stint at Milwaukee Institute of Art and design where her focus was drawing. She is a founding member of the Rancho Cordova Arts Council and curates events and shows for the City of Rancho Cordova to promote the arts in the area and is currently creating a larger Arts organization in the area. As well as her own professional work she teaches studio art studies that include classical fine arts, drawing and painting, Painting Media Materials, as well as gallery science and artists ethics with an eye to mentoring local artists. Founder of “Highway 50 Artists,” who is are an arts group for student artists and professionals dedicated to expanding arts in our region. This group recently launched and abandoned at project which reached all around the globe and over 3000 pieces of were abandoned. The project still continues. The group also creates events for Plein Air Painting for the community and cost free art classes for small children. Ms. Smith is the recipient of many awards and certifications including her presence on the televised KVIE Arts auction. Now working and teaching many workshops in the greater Sacramento area, she is represented by the John Natsoulas Center for the Arts in Davis, California and Archival Framing in Sacramento.