Victoria Pepe exhibits ArtInscribe: Words in Geometric Design for an Uplifting Experience in the Living Room Gallery at Saint Peter's Church November 15, 2018 through January 24, 2019. Free and open to the public daily.
This installation is presented by Midtown Arts Common in cooperation with Saint Peter's Church.
Artist's statement Uplifting, inspirational words, free flowing geometric shapes, and vibrant color harmonies form Pepe's ArtInscribe archival images. They are a unique and inventive interplay between word and image. The words are interwoven into geometric shapes to create a unified and timeless expression. New and exciting images are formed through the combination and intersection of the original geometric shapes The meanings of the words are enhanced by the dynamic energy and symbolism of the vivid shapes. In Gratitude to Family, Friends and Justin.
Victoria Pepe has been a multimedia artist and musician throughout her life. As a self taught artist, with a wide range of skills and talents, she creates fine line complex, harmonious, sacred geometric drawings, paintings, sculptures, photography and video art. She works in both analogue and digital media. As a fine artist, Pepe's foundation for her images is her free style sacred geometry drawings and paintings. She is also adept in using various computer art programs. She lives and creates Manhattan and is founder of LuminSonics Inc.
Pepe's drawings, paintings, photos, animations and multimedia productions have been exhibited nationally, including shows in New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia and California. Victoria has exhibited in venues and galleries such as The Ballet Shop and Gallery Lincoln Center; Metropolitan Opera Gift Shop ; Long Island Arts Festival; The Audio-Video and Film Festival Gallery X; Gallery 49; Digital Bridges at the Westbeth Gallery Digital Arts Video Show; The Godseye Exhibit; Artexpo at the Javits Center; The Visionary Arts Festival at The Palace of Fine Arts San Francisco; The Arts Renewal Program
and The Film/Video Showcase at the Marble Collegiate Arts Showcases. She also exhibited at The Atlantic City Art Center, New Jersey; The LGTripp Gallery, Philadelphia, Pa.; 2017 Marble Summer arts festival; The Marble Pop Up Art Exhibit and the Advent – the Art of Waiting” and various exhibits on the Marble Wall of Hope, Inspiration and Healing.
As an accomplished composer, she creates the music that accompanies many of her art/music videos.
As a photographer she has exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art, Life of the City; Our Flag, Grace Gallery; and the Ritz Broadway Window Photo Exhibit, NYC.
Her sculpture has been shown at Roger LaPelle Galleries, Philadelphia.
Pepe's art is also in and private studios and showcases.
To broaden her general knowledge of art, Victoria attended classes at several art schools such as Parson's School of Design, The Art Students League, The New School and New York
University Graphics department Parsons School of design. At Bennington College, and Pomona College Victoria also expanded her knowledge of art.
Considered a truly multidisciplinary visionary artist, Pepe's life long spiritual quest forms a foundation for her artistic expressions and concepts. Concerning her art and music she states, “Creating connects me to something beyond myself. It is a meditation and a timeless place of profound peace and transcendence. I connect to a higher Source which creates through me. It is hoped that this transcendent transformative energy is conveyed to those who view and hear my work."
In the Philadelphia City Paper art review of Pepe's virtual video painting at the LG Tripp Gallery, Robin Rice writes that her video art is "a truly artful night light".
Victoria hopes her creative expressions help spread the Light.
Planning your visit
Saint Peter's Church is located at the intersection of Lexington Avenue and 54th Street in midtown Manhattan.
Gallery hours: daily 9:00 A.M. - 11:00 P.M.r
The Church building sometimes closes early.
Call 212 935 2200 for exact closing times.
Saint Peter’s Church is accessible to all people at the building entrances on Lexington Avenue and on 54th Street.
The E, M (weekdays only), 4, 5 and 6 trains stop nearby. As do the M57, M31, M50, M101 and M103 buses.