Artist and Educator
Victoria Paulette obtained her Bachelors of Fine Arts in Art Education in 2019. She loves working with fibers, watercolor, and mixed media. She currently teaches Visual Arts at Grove School in Madison Connecticut and and works with students to express their emotions through the arts.
As a visual arts teacher she believes that to be good at her job, she needs to continue to grow her own skills in the arts as well as her teaching skills. She works on how to redefine her skills to teach her students different methods on how to be creative, and how to execute their imagination.
September 2016 - December 2019
Montserrat College Of Art
BFA in Art Education, with an interest in Printmaking, Sculpture, Fiberwork and Papermaking.
Summer of 2018
Osaki Gallery- Tokyo, Japan
During a study abroad to learn traditional Japanese wood carving and bookbinding,
Two reductive woodblock prints were shown in the gallery internationally.
Crane Estate Art Sale
A reductive print "Sunset On The Icecaps" was shown along with other Montserrat College students,
along with other artists who work on the North Shore of Massachusetts.
The Reductive print "Sunset On The Icecaps" was part of the juried exhibition
to raise funds for scholarships at Montserrat College of Art.
November 9th, 2019
Speaker at Massachusetts Art Education Association
Presentation of how to integrate Fiber Arts into the Art curriculum, as well as conducting a hands on weaving demonstration.
Boston Printmakers, 2019
Boston Printmakers exhibits 100 works of printmaking done in 14 college's around the Boston area.
A watercolor painting "Wine Stains" was part of the juried exhibition.