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Drop Victoria Mara Heilweil 2018

 Heilweil Oyster Point

Drop: Oyster Point #1 ©  2017  Victoria Mara Heilweil, 
archival pigment print
, 28” x 42”.

Heilweil Lake Tahoe-2

Drop: Lake Tahoe ©  2018  Victoria Mara Heilweil, 
archival pigment print
, 18” x 24”.


Victoria Mara Heilweil

August 10-September 8, 2018
Reception: September 8 • 3–5pm

Drop is a meditation on water. The patterns in these images echo my experience of standing at the water’s edge, recording the effects of wind and light upon the surface of the liquid. They demonstrate a moment frozen in time using a fast shutter speed, which reveals the markings and patterns. Because we live in time, we are unable examine these intricate nuances without the use of photography. The camera captures a single fleeting moment that can never be repeated. What appears is a serendipitous surprise to me.  

Please join Victoria Mara Heilweil for her closing reception for Drop this Saturday, September 8th from 3–5pm. Her multi-media installation is a meditation on water, using stopped motion photography and video to reveal the subtle patterns of wind and light on liquid.


Victoria Mara Heilweil is a nationally exhibited photographic artist. She received her Masters of Fine Arts from California College of the Arts in 1995. Her work has been included in exhibitions at the de Young Museum, San Jose Institute for Contemporary Art, Intersection for the Arts, Southern Exposure, Root Division, California Academy of Sciences, Art Works Downtown, PHOTO Fine Art, Pro Arts and Rayko Photo Gallery in the Bay Area, wall space gallery and Robert V. Fullerton Art Museum in Southern California, University Art Gallery at California State Chico, Minneapolis Photo Center, Visual Arts Center in Portsmouth, VA and Washington Square Art Galleries in New York City. She has also created public and community based art works in conjunction with the ZERO1 Biennial in San Jose, CA, Pro Arts Gallery in Oakland, CA and the Bayview Opera House in San Francisco, CA. In 2014 Victoria was awarded a grant from the Puffin Foundation.

Victoria is also an independent curator who has mounted exhibitions at Root Division, PHOTO Gallery and Art Works Downtown.  She was also a founding member of MicroClimate Collective, an artist created curatorial project, which produced twelve exhibitions over eight years. 

In addition to her exhibition and curatorial history, Victoria has taught for the past 20 years at colleges and community centers, and is a mom to a funny and inquisitive 11-year-old daughter.