Victoria Selbach

"The Slip"

Acrylic on canvas
46" x 28"


"The Gaze, triptych"

Acrylic on canvas
Each panel 54" x 26"
Individually custom framed


"Perspective 2"

Acrylic on canvas
50" x 34"


"Mary at Mille Fleurs"

Acrylic on canvas
48" x 30"


"Perspective 1"

Acrylic on canvas
51" x 35"


Victoria Selbach is an American painter best known for her compelling, larger than life, depictions of women. Victoria Selbach paints nudes to champion the power and presence of contemporary women. Victoria Selbach's work has been exhibited in museums, galleries and collections across the United States and internationally including the Heckscher Museum of Art, The Butler Institute of American Art and the Wausau Museum Of Contemporary Art. The Huffington Post reviewed Selbach's work in an article by Priscilla Frank, Finally, Artist Paints Female Nudes As They Really Are

and Victoria Selbach discussed her work in an 2018 interview with Beautiful Bizarre magazine, Victoria Selbach: Painting With Emotional Layers