"I have lived with Victor's art for many years now. In the U.S. or in Mexico, his art has always been a special part of my home. I have always enjoyed walking into a room and being greeted by my old friends, his paintings."
Deer Dancer II
In the Home of
Lili T-S, Mexico
In the Home of
Jay N., Washington
"I acquired [this painting] roughly 20 years ago from a cool used furniture store in Seattle. [I] just loved it when I saw it there. It’s been on my wall ever since."
[Jay reached out to me about this piece because he was moving and needed to downsize, the painting was too big for his new home. I reached out later to ask what had happened to the painting.]
"I moved it with me. I decided I like it too much to pass it on so kept it. See it featured prominently in my new place in [this] little mountain town."
'Little Egypt' is what I consider a one off, or one of a kind. At the time I painted this piece, I was painting 'odes' to different well known artists. This is an ode to Jackson Pollock. I also painted odes to Matisse and others. Artists often paint odes as a way to honor the work of other artists. This particular piece is one I had forgotten. It's truly amazing to discover pieces of art I have done over the years through my collectors and the notes and photos they send us.
"Victor Steven Rosenberg is a master at capturing the essence and beauty of his subjects”
I gave this original, Skagit Valley, to a friend as a birthday gift, who then gifted it to her friend who then gifted it to her daughter. Many years later the daughter found me online. She and her husband came to meet us and to visit us in Arizona and have become very dear friends and collectors of my art.
“[We] love [our] new painting. [We] haven't found a place to hang it yet, but [we'll]send a photo when [we] do.”
Within an hour of sharing this original, 'Song of Orion', online, Tom and Laurie called and purchased it. I hadn't even set a price for it until their call!
“We feel so privileged to own an [original painting] by Victor Steven Rosenberg. He tells stories through his artistry. Depending on lighting [his art] tells us a vivid new story every day! And his use of dramatic color provides a focal point for guests to engage in and enjoy.
“Your website is stunning as are your paintings. [I] still have several of your paintings from the 70's!”
Janet D., South Carolina
"We have many pieces of Victor's art, both originals and limited edtion giclée prints, in our home and have had a lot of compliments on his work. The colors are beautiful. We just love the colors."
"My wife and I have been fans of Victor Steven Rosenberg’s art for almost 2 decades. He is truly a living legend.
"The piece 'Santa Rita Morning' is one of our favorites. As a native Tucsonan who has seen many a sunrise on the Santa Rita Mountain Range, I can testify that Victor’s grasp of earth and sky tones are masterful and inspiring. We never tire of looking at this creative and abstract work of art that captures the essence and uniqueness of our Southwest Deserts."
"Victor, I don't know if you will remember me or not. I am Bruce and Barbara J.'s daughter from Charlotte, North Carolina. I've enjoyed looking at your art. I still have one of your paintings [from the 1980's].
Tana S., Queen Creek, Arizona
“While some may say I am biased as Victor’s wife, I have lived with his art for over 30 years, never tiring of any of it. His work breathes and lives on our walls, each day fresh and new, bringing something different to my life every time I look at a piece. Sometimes his work is painful to look at because I experience what is happening in the image, at other times I can hear drums beating as feet pound the earth in dance, dust rising all around me in the dusk of a warm summer desert night. What more can we ask of art, than a living experience that changes each day depending on what we bring to it?”
"Victor, much time has passed, but I still have a little sketch signed "Victor S. Rosenberg." It was given to me in New Smyrna Beach, FL in the 80s where we were friends. Nice to see you're still knee-deep in art!"
Joanne W., Florida