The sun rises and sets on the horizon.

There's a beauty to minimalist compositions that is both calming and captivating.
They demand time and contemplation, allowing the viewer to immerse themselves in the vast expanse of space and explore their own emotions. 

long horizontal yellow abstract seascape painting

My paintings are visual meditations driven by color, atmosphere and movement. They impart a quiet energy that resonates with the more reflective nature of our being.

My appreciation for quieter works began during my years as a graphic designer. I learned the power of negative space, surrounding beautiful typography and stunning images with pure nothingness. The result was classic and elegant restraint, which I adored.

As a fine artist, I continue to embrace the less-is-more aesthetic. My abstract landscapes are pregnant with negative space – vast skies and waters – resting places that captivate viewers and bring a feeling of peace. Whether it's the magnificent sunset of Manila Bay, the brooding grey skies over Lake Ontario in winter, or the placid waters of Lake Michigan, each of my paintings invites the viewer to step into a world of serenity and beauty.

Through vast expanses of space, my paintings quiet the mind and soothe the spirit. They encourage viewers to look within and surrender to the beauty of nature. Come inside my paintings and linger a while. Then complete them with your own eyes, mind, and heart.


the artist, Victoria, seaside in Wilmington, NC

Victoria Primicias was born in Manila, immigrated to Toronto at 15, then moved to Chicago for work. Warmer weather and friends beckoned her to the Raleigh, NC area in 2009, which she now calls home.

Primicias is a 25-year graphic design veteran whose work has been recognized in various publications, including Communication Arts, American Institute of Graphic Arts, Print Magazine, and many more. She holds a BA in Fine Art History from the University of Toronto, and Graphic Design from George Brown College. Additional coursework was completed at the Ontario College Art & Design (OCAD) and Seneca College.

Her fine art paintings can be found in both public and private collections nationwide including universities, government agencies and hospitals.