Vicki Siegel grew up in both NYC and Chicago. She attended the University of Illinois, Urbana, graduating with a BFA and continued with Master of Fine Art course work, focusing on photography, at Tyler School of Art, Rome. Vicki worked as an art director and later creative director in advertising in Milan, Chicago, and S. Florida.
During her seven years living and working in Milan, Italy, Vicki’s large multi-image shows combining music and photography would be a precursor to her personal artwork. She has been an active part of the art communities wherever she has lived. Siegel is a full time working artist. Her studio is in Delray Beach, Florida. She instructs painting at the Boca Raton Museum School, the Armory Art Center and at Old School Square Creative Arts School. Vicki conducts painting workshops, speaks to art groups and juries shows. Her work is widely exhibited and collected.
We interviewed Vicki for The Art of Sherlock Holmes project:
For the Art of Sherlock Holmes project, Vicki produced a vibrant mixed media piece 'Two Plus Two' from a story by Phil Growick. Here is her piece which has been converted into an art print by the Conan Doyle Estate.