artist | illustrator | designer | educator

Welcome to my website

Hello, I am an artist, designer and educator, Victoria Rose Martin. I hope you enjoy what you see. I am available for commission.

Please visit me on Instagram (@Vixterina) to see my latest artwork.

original illustration of grackle by artist victoria rose martin

Visual Storytelling

All of my pieces are one of a kind. Many of my newer work is mixed media; you may see drawing, painting, sculpting, or embroidery.
I have always known I wanted to be an artist or a designer. Making art is in my bones. Never lose what makes your heart sing, and don’t fear appearing weird. No matter how old you get, try never to lose the fantasy worlds and dreams you once held as a child.

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Newest artwork and designs posted here.


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My blog featuring art from years back.


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I love making art

Whether it is sculpting or painting, my work tends to be figurative. I love the figure, particularly the curves found on the female form.
That’s probably why I never got into making functional dinnerware on the potter’s wheel.
And yes, it’s okay if you call my sculptural figures dolls because of their size. Most of my ceramic work is kiln-fired clay, but I often mix it with mixed media parts. And my paintings are oil on a panel because I enjoy the firm surface instead of the springy feeling of a canvas.

I live in Florida, where I work as a Professor of Art. My students keep me young and always inspire me. When I am not in the classroom, there is an excellent chance I am either in my studio or travelling. Both activities feed my soul. I believe that life is for living and being happy. Do something today to make yourself feel joy.

Art is Expression

We all bring our individual life experiences to the art and designs we create. If you copy the work of another, it’s not yours. You’re trying to sing another person’s song. You may feel it, but it’s not yours.

For those who appropriate another’s work, might I suggest keeping a sketchbook? It can serve as a research vessel, holding the answers to mysteries inside you.

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