Montague Sikes is an award-winning Virginia artist who works in
acrylics, encaustics, pastels, and experimental water media. After
studying painting and sculpture at the College of William and Mary, she
earned a MFA in painting from Virginia Commonwealth University. She has
studied painting and experimental mixed media with Robert Burridge, Mary
Ann Beckwith, Janet Rogers, Mary Alice Braukman, Pat Dews, Karen Aide
and other well-known workshop instructors.
award-winning artist in pastels, acrylic paintings, sculpture, and
photography, she has been featured in numerous one-person exhibitions.
Her paintings are in public and private collections in the United
States, Canada, and the Caribbean. She maintains studios at Petersburg
Regional Art Center in Petersburg and in West Point. Her work is
represented by Prince George Art and Frame in Williamsburg.