About the Artist

Victoria Edwards is a multi-discipinary fine artist, working primarily with intaglio printmaking. Her work has its root in poetry, myth and folk-tale exploring themes of violence, power and sexuality from an explicitly female perspective. Working on copper plates using sugar-lift aquatint, dry point and etching, the plates are repeatedly bitten in acid to achieve deep blacks and open bite.
Her interest is in transience rather than repetition, thus the pieces are often unique or in a very limited edition.
She works across a range of mediums including etching, painting, writing, making small objects and artists' books. Work is held in the V&A, Slade School, various national and international private collections.

Education : Norwich School of Art 1985-86
Central St Martin's College of Art 1987-90. BA (Hons) Fine Art Printmaking
Slade School of Fine Art 1990-92. Postgraduate Diploma Fine Art Printmaking

Rosa Morison and Henriques awards
Member of East London Printmakers