About ...

 Viktoria K. Majestic is a classically trained, Hungarian-American fine artist and art instructor, currently residing in North Carolina.
She is also the Founder of Yadkin River School of Art.

Viktoria  grew up in a small European town, where her interest in art and nature  was formed at an early age. Her work has been largely influenced by the  works of  Zorn, Sorolla, Sargent, Levitan and a number of contemporary masters.  She studied art both in Europe and in the United States, and her  paintings can be found in collections throughout the world. 


After graduating from college with a business degree, Viktoria established her own mural painting business, and worked as a mural and decorative artist for nearly a decade.
Unfortunately, an incapacitating back problem forced her to change course.
She couldn’t imagine giving up painting, so she decided to pursue an alternative art field. She had a deep interest in traditional oil painting, which lead her to dedicate several years to formal training in classical oil painting.

She spent four years at the Ridgewood Art  Institute, receiving instructions from John Phillip Osborne &  Danielle Wexler master artists, and took portrait painting classes at  the  Art Students League of New York with renown teachers like Leonid  Gervits and Jordan Sokol.

Over the years, Viktoria has become a  full time, professional artist and art instructor.

In 2016, shortly after moving to East Bend, NC, Viktoria founded Yadkin River School of Art.  She teaches her students a painterly “alla prima” style, while also adhering to the parameters of her classical training.

She shares the knowledge of sensibly capturing light, sensations and atmosphere in their paintings. Most importantly, she passes on the joy of oil painting to each and every one of them.

Viktoria has  won numerous awards with her work and has exhibited at places such as  the prestigious Salmagundi Club and the National Arts Club, among many  others. 

Viktoria is an elected member of  Oil Painters of  America and formerly the American Artists Professional League, where  she has served as a director on the national board for 5 years.