Public Art

St. Rose Hospital, Hayward
( Murals Birthing Center)
Vacaville Library, (mural 18 feet)
Solano County Library, Fairfield
(mural 15 feet)


Marley and Company, Danville, CA
Dolce home Interiors, Blackhawk, CA
Zino Mortgage, Concord, CA
Chicago Metropolitan Deli,
Pleasanton, CA
The British Grocery Store,
Pleasanton, CA
Classic Images, Livermore, CA

Interior Designers

Marley and Company, Danville, CA
Finishing Touches, Pleasanton, CA
Touched by Design, Pleasanton, CA
Carol Padham, Carol Padham Designs, San Francisco, CA
Art Concepts, Walnut Creek, CA
Accentuated Interiors, Livermore, CA
Creative Design Group, Danville, CA

Local Event and Benefit Participation

Tri Valley Animal Rescue,
“That’s Amore Event”
The Udder Event, Pleasanton, CA
An Event at the Civic, Dublin, CA
Tuffets for Tots,
(Ronald McDonald House)
Palo Alto Arts & Wine Festival

Featured Articles

California Homes( Kitchens) 2006
Vacaville Reporter Jan. 2005
East Bay Home and Design,
Contra Costa Times Feb.2005
The Independent Jan. 2004
Tri Valley Herald Jan. 2004
Pleasanton Weekly July 2003
Decorate with Paint Magazine
"Painter Profile” May 2003
Diablo Magazine
“In my room” March 2002

Model Homes

Toll Brothers, Norris Canyon Estates,
San Ramon, & Novato Chase, Novato
Taylor Woodrow Design Ctr.,
Danville, CA (Beatrix Potter room)
Richmond American Homes Design Ctr., Danville, CA
Cedar Bridge at Gale Ranch, Shapell,
San Ramon, CA (paintings)
Stonecrest, Centex Homes, Dublin, CA, Tassajara Meadows, Dublin, CA
The Vineyards at Dublin Greene,
Toll Brothers, Dublin, CA
Bella Vista, Vallejo, CA,
La Siena at Montevino, Vallejo, CA
Crossroads, Richmond, CA,
Marina Walk, Pittsburg, CA
Bordeaux, Tracy, CA,
Glenbrook at Glenbriar, Tracy, CA
Vista Marin, San Rafael, CA,
Splendor, Union City, CA

About the Artist

Oakland born artist Victoria J. Miraglio draws inspiration for her vineyard murals and paintings from the many beautiful Livermore Valley wineries and the area’s other beautiful scenery. One might even recognize the Greek Isles or the Hills of Tuscany in one of her paintings. There are hints of Miraglio’s European travel experience and her love of the realist Renaissance artists seen in her classic European style of murals, paintings and trompe l’oeil.

Miraglio’s artistic creativity, design sense and eye for color make her a valuable asset to local art lovers and interior designers. Miraglio’s diverse portfolio demonstrates her versatility and ability to paint people, animals, seascapes and landscapes. Over the years Victoria has attended many workshops and is diverse in many media including oil, acrylic, pastel, metal sculpture, lost wax, photography, pottery, ceramics, stained glass and jewelry.

In 1998, Victoria moved to Pleasanton and decided to do what she had always dreamed of – To start a mural business and completely immerse herself in her painting. Since that time she has worked continuously painting, creating murals and Trompe l’oeil for a variety of private collectors and interior designers. Her clients include: commercial businesses, model home designers, interior designers, home design centers, commercial contractors' showrooms, 2 public libraries, a hospital, restaurants and more.

Victoria’s artistic journey began at age 3 coloring with her father. Miraglio’s supportive family recognized her talent and arranged for her to have private art lessons starting at age 8. Early on her talent was noticed and she was placed in gifted classes. She had art lessons from Elizabeth Tapper, (Seattle), Jaxon (Carmel), Dutch painter Auwina Lovendaal (Alameda), Jade Fon and Robert Rishell and classes at the California College of Arts and Crafts.

Victoria attended Alameda High School, Laney College, Chabot College and Cal State University East Bay