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Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Two Bear by Vickie Myers
Tide Pool by Vickie Myers
Umbrella Ladies by Vickie Myers
Inside the Power Plant 1 by Vickie Myers
Rusty Farm Truck by Vickie Myers
Jury-Rigged by Vickie Myers
Eucalyptus Leaves by Vickie Myers
Coastal Sunset by Vickie Myers
Where Am I by Vickie Myers
Cock of the Walk by Vickie Myers
Calico Suzy by Vickie Myers
Leroy Rose by Vickie Myers
Sunflower Abstract by Vickie Myers
Blowing in the Wind by Vickie Myers
Freesias by Vickie Myers
In the Curl by Vickie Myers
Venice Gondolas by Vickie Myers
Under the Sea by Vickie Myers
The American Eagle by Vickie Myers
Pipes at Boeing by Vickie Myers
Flowers and Lace by Vickie Myers
Tiger Mums by Vickie Myers
Gears and Saws by Vickie Myers
Close-up of Rust by Vickie Myers
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About Vickie Myers
Vickie started painting at a very early age, using her milk from dinner to wet her Prang watercolors. Boy, did she get into trouble! Things got better when she got older and took classes from her mentor, Tom Fong. He was instrumental in her using larger brushes and her becoming freer in her painting. After graduating with a teaching degree (in mathematics, not art), she taught at Hawthorne High in Southern California. When Tom decided to retire from Hughes Aircraft and not make the commute to El Segundo, Vickie took over his class at the Joslyn Center in El Segundo. She was teaching there since 1993. Vickie has retired in March 2015.
Vickie exhibits in many local shows and has won quite a few awards and several 'Best of Show' awards. She is the current president of the Pacific Artist Guild. But her real love is teaching and pushing her students outside their comfort levels.
Take a look at her art here, and you will see she paints in a variety of subjects and styles. Her personal favorite subjects are her seven grandchildren