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High res image files
- Eastern Repoussé Images (high res)
- Russian Filigree Images (high res)
- Granulation, Rings, Chains, and other Images (high res)
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Articles and Features
Giving Voice Awarded an IPPY for Best Ebook Design
I’m thrilled to announce that my new book Giving Voice was awarded a Bronze Medal for Best eBook Design in the 2019 Independent Publisher Book Awards!!! Read about the awards ceremony at the Copacabana in NYC, May, 2019
All 3 videos in my series, Metal Techniques of Bronze Age Masters, are now available for streaming and download via Vimeo on Demand.
You have the option to download the videos and watch anywhere at your leisure or stream them as needed. Each video has been extensively remastered and will play on any device that supports vimeo. Once you purchase a video, you have lifetime accesses.
All the information you need to learn at your own pace, in your own space
It’s like having Victoria on demand in your own studio
Mac or Windows? No problem.
Need to download? No problem
Changed computers? No problem.
Bought them on your iPad and suddenly feel like watching on the big screen from your Apple TV, Roku, or similar device instead? Sign into your vimeo account, and your videos are magically there.
As with Victoria DVDs, you can download and print the companion ebooks that go with each video (ebooks not sold separately). You also have access to the Q&A forums when you need your questions answered. Directions to each of these features are included in the bonus material, available after purchasing each video.
I am thrilled to announce, after 6 years in the works, that the Multi-Touch edition of Giving Voice is now available on Apple Books.
Giving Voice is a multi-touch art book about the connections we form and how they can dramatically change our paths. The narrative traces the story of how the childhood gift of a board game came to ignite the author’s passion for ancient Egypt and send her on a truly different life journey as an artist.
The book’s unique and original artwork encompasses mixed media and gilded paintings with hand lettered calligraphy. The cover was created in the ancient technique of Eastern repousse combined with the Japanese technique of mokume gane. In this multi-touch Apple Book edition, the artwork comes alive with stunningly vibrant animations set to elegant, rhythmic jazz piano and a stop animation of the cover’s three-year progress from flat sheet to dimensional sculpture. The painstakingly hand-lettered pages expand to allow the viewer to explore the artwork in exceptional detail, and Victoria reads that calligraphic texts on each page to create a truly one-of-a-kind experiential book.
In an age of clamoring haste and three-second sound bites, Giving Voice arrives like the fall of cool rain in the desert…a sweet and gentle relief. It’s a book of elegant proportion, slow sweeping movement and beautiful composition…
– from the introduction by multi-best-selling author and artist, Nick Bantock
Relativity Navigator won an Honorable Mention at Elegant Threads: Wearable Art and Surface Design, 1 of only 2 pieces of art jewelry to win out of 11 awards presented.
The Lighthouse ArtCenter Gallery, Tequesta, Florida, celebrates the unconventional and avant-garde in the second Elegant Threads: Wearable Art and Surface Design exhibition, Oct. 18 –Nov. 21, 2018. One-of-a-kind wearable art made from test tubes, canvas, rubber bands, mulberry bark, and other non-traditional material rests alongside fine silks, gemstones, hand-woven textiles, as well as 3D printed shoes and accessories. Award-winning artists from around the country come together in a never-before-seen collection of contemporary color, texture, and techniques that are certain to impress the fashion conscious and the most discerning of designers.
Read Alana Robbin’s recent article about Victoria for Metalwerx
A day in the life of Victoria Lansford is multifaceted to say the least- it is a masterful balancing act, consisting of business work, writing for one of her many books or blogs, creating instructional videos, and most importantly creating stunning work in metal.
For those of you that are not acquainted with Victoria’s metal working, it cannot be easily summed up in one sentence. With spiraling filigree, voluminous chasing and repoussé, and flourishing calligraphy, her work is not confined to one style, technique, or scale. However all of her work has strong roots in historical metalsmithing. Her techniques encompass traditions from ancient Greece, ancient Egypt, and even metal working found along the Silk Road. Her dedication to historical metalsmithing has garnered a greater interest and appreciation for historical techniques in our contemporary jewelry culture […continue reading]