Thursday, February 23, 2017
The Lisa D Show with Victoria Loeb, unedited
Today’s conversation with artist Victoria Loeb talks about her life as an artist, the benefits of finding a mentor and her current body of work. Victoria is hosting an open studio on Saturday, March 4, 5-8 p.m., at Strange Lofts on Darrow & Church, #1711 in Evanston. You can also see her work online at victorialoeb.com/eng/bio.html
Born in 1980 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Victoria Loeb had a bilingual German and Spanish education. In 1992 she met Argentine artist Alicia Maffei and began studying with her. She continued working with Maffei throughout the ’90s, during which she was accepted at the Fine Arts Institute Prilidiano Pueyrredon in Buenos Aires, where she studied from 1998 through 2002. She also studied painting under Argentine artist Miguel Angel Bengochea and spent time in Germany furthering her education. She later attended the studio of contemporary artist Eduardo Medici, in Buenos Aires. She met her husband on a trip to Chicago in 2002, where they now live with their daughter. Since her move to the United States, she’s been working intensely on her paintings at her studio in Evanston.
The Lisa D Show is a podcast celebrates creatives. Listen to 20 minute, unedited conversations with host Lisa D. and the creatives who make our world a more connected, interesting and beautiful place to live. Podcasts will be posted at https://thelisadshow.blogspot.com
This podcast is recorded at 1100 Florence, an art event space in West Evanston, IL, owned and operated by Lisa Degliantoni and Dave Ford. It is a former Polish Grocery store, probably not the BEST place to record a podcast (boomy to say the least) but we're new and it will get better. Reach out to thelisadshow[at]gmail.com