The opportunity to work again as a full-time artist in her own business occurred as recently as 2019. Subsequently, Victoria’s beautiful artwork has rarely been seen or exhibited until mid-2020.
23 years after leaving her career as a children’s book illustrator, Sydney-based marine artist Victoria Kitanov has built an impressive portfolio with a focus on Australian maritime heritage and storytelling.
2020 – All Water/Seascape Exhibition (international) Painting/Drawing category, Contemporary Art Gallery Online (CAGO)
2020 –10th Annual ‘Animals’ (international), Light Space and Time Online Gallery
Title: Outback Dogs: Portrait of Sam & Jessie (Special Recognition category)
2020 – ‘Breakout’ (international) M.A.D.S. Milano, Milan, Italy
2020 – 10th Annual ‘Seascapes’ (international), Light, Space and Time Online Gallery
2019 – Australian Society of Marine Artists, Lane Cove Art Gallery, Sydney
2019 – Australian Wooden Boat Festival, Hobart, Tasmania (single artist exhibit, in conjunction with an exhibition of handcrafted model boats by David Glasson)
2017 – Solo exhibit at RAW TRANSCEND, The Orion Centre, Campsie, New South Wales.
2017 – Australian Wooden Boat Festival, Hobart, Tasmania (single artist exhibit, in conjunction with the Naval Heritage Collection and with an exhibition of handcrafted model boats by David Glasson)
2016 – Annual Studio Exhibition, Tom Bass Sculpture Studio & Clara Street Gallery, Sydney.
2015 – Solo exhibit at RAW VISIONARY, Belconnen Arts Centre, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory.
Showing the single artwork