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Victoria Mimiaga was born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii.
She attended Punahou High School and received a Bachelor’s degree at the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Her formal training includes four years at the Honolulu Academy of Art, two years at the Academy of Art College in San Francisco, four years at College of Marin and Master workshops with internationally known artists Jove Wang, Peggy Kroll Roberts, Skip Whitcomb and Randall Sexton.
A former jewelry and furniture designer,Victoria has had work featured at Nordstrom and Saks Fifth Avenue department stores. Additionally, articles about Victoria’s Pet portraits and Plein Aire paintings have appeared in two national publications, Victoria magazine and Northern California Home and Design.
Best of Show Indian Valley Artists 2000
First Place Mill Valley Paint Off 2004
Artist of the Year Marin County Fair 2004
Second Place Marin County Fair 2004
First Place Northern California Artists 2004
Best of Show Artisans Gallery 2004
First Place Marin County Fair 2005
Second Place Marin County Fair 2005
Curly Award Marin County Fair 2005
First Place Napa Valley Mustard Festival 2007
Best Theme Award Marin County Fair 2007
Victoria’s current work explores the reflective qualities of the figure in water, especially pool water, where the values remain high key and fully saturated.
She continues her series “Food in Plastic” where she chronicles the vast array of needless, redundant and amusing plastic receptacles used in packaging food.