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Still life painting has enabled Vicki Nigoumi to pursue her interest in colour and drawing and to explore the relationship between objects. Vicki's still life work is celebrated for her skill and recognisable style.
Vicki studied printed textiles at Willesden School of Art and Central School of Art and Design (now Central St. Martins) in the early 60s. After this, she worked as a tutor in drawing at Khartoum School of Art, Sudan, and whilst in Khartoum, Vicki established a studio for screen printed textiles. Returning to England in 1967, Vicki worked as a printed textile designer and her clients have included fashion designers Gina Fratini, Roland Kline, Jean Muir and Jeff Banks. She also furnishing designs for Artizan, Warner & Sons and Lewis & Wood.
Since her first exhibition at the British Council in Khartoum in 1967 she has exhibited in a number of widely across the UK and is an active member of the Farnham Art Society and Guildford Art Society. Vicky also volunteers at an art group at Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice. In recent years Vicki has also been exhibiting her figurative ceramic pieces.