In 1998, Vicki was asked by World Ortho to design a collection of Mens
Ties. She also designed ceramic dinnerware which was purchased in
Japan. Vicki’s art has grabbed the attention of corporations and lawyers.
Vicki was also known as a sought after model. She modelled in Australian Mercedes Fashion Week, Sydney Olympics 2000 at the Powerhouse Museum and the Media Centre which attracted international media and throughout Europe on a six week tour.
Although she first started painting many years ago she stopped for a while following a major accident where she broke her back and lost her leg. After recuperation and rehabilitation, Vicki found art again in a more meaningful way. All her passion goes into her art. Her famous works have been hidden within her for quite a few years but she is now ready to allocate her works for exclusive licensing and exhibit in exhibitions and galleries. She comes out of the Darkness and into the Dawn.
Vicki's works have been exhibited and travelled throughout the Middle East in "Connecting Friends" with Pat Farmer's Peace Run. They have also recently been exhibited at Boomalli's $300 a Day event.
We are excited to announce that, just two months since commencing the Licensing Art Program, Vicki Caughlan has signed a licensing agreement with a fashion designer. Vicki's artpiece "Forever Peace" will be printed on fabric, manufactured into fashion designs and distributed through retail stores.