Victoria Wilson-Schultz, an artist whose images have been licensed by numerous manufacturers on throws, fabric, bedding, rugs, home decor and bath ensembles, died June 19 after a brief illness.
“Vikki was an amazing artist and will be deeply missed by her family, friends and countless other art enthusiasts who loved and appreciated her stunning imagery,” said Mark Fisher of MHS Licensing & Consulting, who worked with Wilson-Schultz since 2007. “It was truly a privilege to work with her for so many years and our hearts go out to her loved ones.”
Born into an artistic family in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Wilson-Schultz fell in love with the outdoors at a very young age, which progressed into painting the wildlife around her. Working primarily in pastels, she pushed the boundaries of her medium with exquisite detail and realism. Wilson-Schultz recognized the importance of observing her subjects in their natural surroundings and traveled extensively to gather references for her detailed paintings.
Wilson-Schultz created nearly 300 images for licensing with subject matter ranging from florals and songbirds to most notably horses and western artwork.
“Vikki was an important part of MHS Licensing and she will be forever missed,” Fisher said. “While her life was unfairly cut short and we are deeply saddened by her death, we are blessed to have known her and Vikki’s beautiful paintings will be cherished forever.”
Victoria Wilson-Schultz's Jigsaw Puzzles
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