Victoria Fuller



I got a call from Nixon Art Associates asking me to to show 2 of my sculptures at the Sears Tower. I said, “Of Course.” What a great opportunity and good exposure! I didn’t know who would be showing with me. Coincedentally, It turns out that I had a previous connection with both artists. Robert Hudson was my teacher when I studied at the San Fransisco Art Institute, and I was a teaching assistent to Gordon Powel in the first Year 3D program while I was getting my MFA degree at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. I have two sculptures in the show. One is “Safety Star” (shown in the photo above), and the other is “Cluster Housing”, which is on the 3rd page in the drop down menu (1988-1992) in the sculpture section on this website.

Here is the info:

Sears Tower, 233 S. Wacker Dr. Lobby, 3 person show
Victoria Fuller, Robert Hudson, Gordon Powel,
Curated by Nixon Art Associates
Sponsored by U.S. Equities Asset management, Chicago IL
Jan. 26 – Apr.25

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