Hello there! My name is Victoria Freeman, and I am an artist and art teacher from Michigan. I’ve been teaching art for more than 30 years and creating art all of my life! I love creating and doing art work, especially painting, and I love sharing art experiences with other people.
From as far back as I can remember, I have dabbled in and loved creating: drawing, painting, anything creative. I remember as a child one time I did some art work on the living room wall with my mother’s lipstick. It was that big blank space, just calling to me to fill it! (I don’t recommend that to anyone)
One of my earliest inspirations was my third grade teacher Mrs. Rennie. I loved her class because she integrated art with every subject. After high school, I attended and graduated from Calvin University with a BA in Art Education and Classroom Teaching. In addition, for many years I have attended the yearly Art Educators’ Forum at Savannah College of Art and Design, as well as digital classes at Mott Community College.
I love painting with watercolors, acrylics, and mixed media. Now that I’m no longer teaching full time, I’ve been able to spend more time creating on my own and developing my own style. Yet, I still long to share what I do with others. My true passion is unlocking creativity in other people. I love teaching painting classes to children and adults.
When I’m not in my studio or teaching a class I enjoy scrapbooking, camping, riding Harleys, and spending time with my big family! In addition, my faith is a key part of who I am and what my artwork represents.
Please feel free to take a look at my paintings, read my blog, or see what’s happening on my event page.
If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to message me below and I will answer as quickly as possible. Thank you for visiting me today!👋