Joan Berg Victor, a graduate of Newcomb College and recipient of an Master of Fine Arts with Honors from Yale University, is a classically trained artist whose work has been exhibited in dozens of one-woman shows during her celebrated career. Among the many accolades she has received, Mrs. Victor is a recipient of the Creative Women in America Award presented at the White House.
Mrs. Victor, born and raised in Chicago, and a long time resident of New York City, has a powerful empathetic relationship with nature which is evident in much of her work. It is this harmony with her environment, as well as her exceptional talent and ability to engage the viewer, that makes her work so evocative and differentiates it from the work of other artists.
And for so many fans, there is also familiarity with the forty-four books for adults and children that she has written and illustrated, as well as the portraits and drawings she has created for such notable publications as The New York Times, Fortune Magazine, Harper’s Bazaar, Glamour, and The Wall Street Journal.