As a multi-disciplinary artist and designer, Victoria Opomu creates abstract art that explores the intersection of form, texture, and colour. With a focus on relief printmaking, and laser cut blocks, Victoria employs traditional and innovative techniques to create striking compositions that are at once dynamic and meditative. Her work is informed by a deep appreciation for nature and the natural world and seeks to capture the essence of the organic in an abstract form. Through a process of experimentation and exploration, Victoria creates work that is both visually striking and emotionally resonant, inviting viewers to engage with the beauty and complexity of the world around them.
Victoria’s been working with year 5 pupils to explore young people’s experiences of growing up in Picton and Toxteth. During the month-long residency, Victoria will be collaborating with the pupils to develop a collaborative exhibition artwork that will be shown at the Clore Studio at Tate Liverpool this summer!