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Victor graduated from Worcester Academy in 1969 and went on to Montserrat School of Visual Arts and the Art Students League of New York. Impatient with academics and deciding that the best education would be to paint a thousand paintings and learn from his own experience and observation, he dropped out of school and began the life of a starving artist. Traveling around the country and living in cheap rooming houses, he refined his painting skills, selling pen-and-ink sketches and watercolors, while working part time at odd jobs to pay the rent and buy materials. In 1977, Victor settled in Oregon, becoming established as a landscape and seascape artist. His recent works include copper wall-pieces, contemporary jewelry, as well as paintings.