At first Vicki’s work appears whimsical and light hearted but with closer inspection, you find that a resonance of serenity, poise and expression exude from her sculptures. Her work has a simple honesty which she attributes to everyday observations of human nature, along with a fascination for mythology.
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. Her work has since evolved to take on a lighter, more quirky style which very much reflects her own personality.
Alongside her ceramic work she has also completed a number of bronze and terracotta commissioned pieces for public and private display and has exhibited at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition and Affordable Art Fair and with the Royal Society of British Artists and Society of Portrait Sculptors.
She is a partner of Artichoke Gallery in Ticehurst and has her work in several other galleries in the UK and overseas.