Vicki Stavrou completed a two year diploma in colour and design and later went on to paint commercial murals for Australian and overseas clients. She painted background scenes for ABC TV, completed murals for commercial buildings, the largest being a two storey building. But her love of producing trompe l’eoil murals led to her designing and painting murals for many private residences throughout Sydney including a trompe l’eoil for Gay Waterhouse’s stables.
Moving into the fine art scene, she started exhibiting in group shows throughout venues in Sydney. She moved to the Byron Hinterland in 2012 and has exhibited at the Murwillumbah Art Trail twice and the Pack Gallery’s Anniversary Exhibition. Her solo exhibition ‘Coastal Muse’ at the Tweed Regional Gallery was an outstanding success.
Vicki has been a finalist in the Border Art Prizes, Gallery 7 Art Prize, Byron Art Prize, 30 x 30 Art Prize, third prize winner at the C.A.S.E. Postcard show, and selected as a finalist in the BAM Art Prize in 2018 where she received an honourable mention for her work.
2022 – California Dreamin Anthea Polson Art – solo exhibition
2021 – Golden Daze Anthea Polson Art – solo exhibition
2019 – Tweed Regional Gallery – solo exhibition
2018 – Pack Gallery 1st Anniversary Exhibition – group show
2018 – Murwillumbah Art Trail
2017 – Murwillumbah Art Trail
2013 – Citrus Gallery – solo exhibition
2005 – House of PhIllips Fine Art Gallery Mosman – group exhibition
2004 – Palm House Royal Botanic Gardens – group exhibition
2003 – Palm House Royal Botanic Gardens – group exhibition
2002 – Mosman Art & Community Gallery 2088 Show – Painted acquired for permanent collection by the gallery
2000 – The Watch House Gallery, Balmain – group exhibition
2020 – BAM ART PRIZE – Finalist
2020 – LETHBRIDGE 20000 SMALL SCALE ART AWARD – Finalist
2020 – BORDER ART PRIZE
2018 – BAM ART PRIZE – Highly commended
2018 – GALLERY 7 ART PRIZE – Finalist
2018 – BORDER ART PRIZE
2017 – 30 x 30 ART SHOW -Finalist
2016 – MULLUMBIMBY POSTCARD EXHIBITION: 3rd Prize Winner
2016 – BORDER ART PRIZE
2015 – BYRON ART CLASSIC
Throughout my life I have always been interested in the beautiful reflective patterns in water and the constantly changing qualities the light brings. I am predominantly a fan of colour so most of my work focuses heavily on producing exciting colourscapes with textures and subtle layering. If I feel excited about the colours, I hope others will too!
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