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Victoria Lyons

Utah Division of Arts & Museums (UDAM) teaching artist.

As a part of Bad Dog Arts, Victoria is available on a design/consulting basis with large art projects that involve youth of different ages within schools, community facilities, corporate environments, and city-county-state entities. She has expertise in designing lesson plans and curriculum that links to core academic subjects such as science, literacy and math.
Lyons is Co- Founder and Co-Director at Bad Dog Arts a nonprofit organization ded- icated to mentoring youth in the creative arts where she is passionate about the life changing benefits of creating art. She received her BFA from the University of Utah where she studied printmaking, drawing, and painting.
Victoria, who belongs to the Ojibwa Tribe, draws artistic inspiration from nature, animals, and cultures from around the world. Victoria’s over 20 years of teaching experience includes a variety of media that includes drawing, painting, mask mak- ing, paper mache, printmaking, mosaic, ceramic tile, batik and fused glass classes for children and adults. In addition, she has also been involved as a team member on several public art projects.
2017 Gunnison Legacy Wall, in Gunnison, Utah. Glazed porcelain tile mural repre- senting the history and charm of this rural Utah community commissioned by the City of Gunnison with Michael Moonbird.
2014 Sun, Moon, and All Things In-Between / Glendale Public Library, Salt Lake
City, UT – The 6’ x 30’ ceramic glazed porcelain tile mural l

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