Victoria Domenichello-Anderson is a Registered Expressive Arts Consultant Educator with the International Expressive Art Therapy Association. She lived in the Boston area for over 40 years, where she earned both a B.A. in Fine Arts, and an A.S. in Law Enforcement from Northeastern University. Victoria balanced her work as an Investigator with her passion for art. She continued to involve herself in art classes and, in 1993, was awarded a solo Grant for Creativity from Salem State College.
In 1994, Victoria relocated to Sarasota, Florida. It was then, while envisioning her life’s path, that she realized the possibility and potential of integrating her love for art with her life’s desire to help others. In 2001, Victoria earned her M.A. in Art Education, along with a Graduate Certificate in Intermodal Expressive Arts, from the University of South Florida.
Victoria has been practicing and facilitating expressive arts for the past 13 years. She has worked with many populations including Kosovo Refugees, children who had been sexually abused, cancer patients, Parkinsonians, and more.
In 2000, while absorbed in her Expressive Arts training, Victoria met Kathleen Horne, a local Expressive Arts Therapist, and together they opened Inner Visions Gallery and Studio. In 2007, she and Kathleen partnered with Tamara Teeter Knapp and Elizabeth Bornstein, and co-founded Expressive Arts Florida, LLC. Here Victoria works with her creative partners facilitating various expressive art workshops and sessions, along with community exhibits and consulting.
She is co-founder and core faculty of the Certificate Training Program of Expressive Arts Florida Institute.
Victoria is a member of IEATA. She is Past President and a board member for the Towles Court Artist Association.
Victoria believes in the profound power of the arts process to bring healing, wellness, and transformation to people of all ages and life circumstances.