Victoria Levina’s artistic career started to take shape already in her childhood. Being observant and inquisitive child she has always had time to convey her impressions to a sheet of paper. Further studies at Young Artists’ school and later at Art College named after K.A. Savitsky in Penza not only confirmed that she chose the right path but also helped to develop professional skills, artistic taste and fine sense of nature.
In what at first seems as unremarkable scenes Victoria is able to find interesting motives and convey the beauty of what she sees through the harmony of colours. She successfully paints original still life works but her soul always belonged to the art of landscape painting. She believes that only landscape is able to express complex lyricism of a certain mood. And she successfully manages to convey it with lightness and sensual penetration characteristic of female nature. Vibrant palette and emotional richness of her paintings show a really unlimited potential of the artist. Looking at her works we discover new things in the familiar alleys of Tsaritsinsky Park and in the far-off landscapes of Northern France. This is not an embellished but a real beauty which is a pledge of artist’s stable success at numerous art exhibitions in Russia and abroad. Victoria travels a lot together with her husband who is also a painter. Their trips provide them with inexhaustible creative material which they both use to a full extent in their works harmoniously complementing one another in life and art.