Victoria Flack grew up in the North West of England, in a village called Longridge, just outside of Preston. She lived with a very artistic and musical family. Other than studying art at school, Victoria learned many different styles of art more from her family than anywhere else.
Victoria also has a passion for animals and for nature and this can be felt in her paintings. She first started painting landscapes and fairytale subjects just for presents and gifts for her family and friends. This, however, inspired her to think about selling her work as everyone who received a painting from her praised the quality, originality and the artistic skill she possessed.
When Victoria and her family moved further north, just below the picturesque Lake District, it was here she decided to make something of her artistic skills. She certainly did that by illustrating a set of three marvelous children’s books, written by Neil Johnson, called “The King and Wizard Stories”.
The third book from the set "Wonders of Vàldovar" has been awarded a Bronze at the prestigious Moonbeam Children's Book Awards 2008. The book was entered into section
12. Pre-Teen Fiction – Intermediate/Middle Grade. WELL DONE to Neil, Victoria and Marius Press.