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Victoria Ku: from Model to Maestro

After a successful modeling career with Sports Illustrated and Maxim as highlights, Victoria Ku decided to follow her lifelong passion of becoming an artist.

At the age of 5, the first time she picked up a brush, Victoria found her love for painting. In 2016, she attended art school in Los Angeles. It was during this time that she realized her talent and passion for art was greater than for modeling.

Victoria explains, "I have always loved art. My style is unique because I am not confined to conventional artistic styles. My style of art flows naturally from my mind. Art is an extra part of me.”

Over time, Victoria has realized the great influences that modeling has had on her art career. Appearing in model bibles such as Sports Illustrated has shown her what it takes to produce any successful art form. Her success as a model has also given her contacts across the globe that has helped promote her art to the world.

Victoria believes that beauty is not only found on the canvas, but in front of it. She draws her inspiration from nature and people she encounters in everyday moments. Her work is inspired by things that anyone can come into contact with and so it easily inspires beauty in people’s eyes.

Not only does she want to create more beauty in the world, but Victoria wants to help people with her work. “My goal is to start my own charity helping people and animals in third world countries. A portion of all sales will benefit my charity fund, Forever Saving lives,” she says.

For more information about Victoria Ku's pieces of art, and events or her art displays, kindly visit her website at or her Instagram at @forever_v_art

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