About Vicki Renfro
Coming from a family whose entertainment was sketching in the countryside, it’s no surprise that art school was in Vicki Renfro future. She spent her childhood drawing everything from landscapes to boxcars, animals and family members.
Growing up in the Flint Hills of Kansas among arrowheads and Native American history, Vicki’s love of the human face soon incorporated high cheekbones and feathers. Moving to Tucson, her first gallery pieces were Indian faces drawn in pen and ink, but color soon prevailed.
Now living in Colorado, she’s incorporate0 horses into her portfolio with splashes of Indian paint and full-face masks. Vicki’s art graces walls of homes both nationally and internationally as well as venues to raise funds for her favorite charities.