Valeriya Veron is an artist and architect, originally from Moscow, Russia. Valeria initiated exhibition and sale of original paintings since the moment of her arrival to the United States in June 1990. From October 1992 till May 1995 her originals have been represented by Rossi Gallery in Dallas. Starting from November 1992 her professional activity has been well reviewed and published by Dallas Press. Starting from November 1993 Valeriya’s art is widely represented by various Fine Art Galleries throughout the USA. Within the period of 1993 – 1994 Valeriya received more than 100 laudatory feedbacks and offers from all major Fine Art Galleries of the USA, including Kimbell Art Museum. There were offers from abroad as well, including “Societe Nationale Des Beaux-Arts” in Paris, France.
In December 1994 Valeriya Veron was nominated to exhibit her artwork for the 10th Annual Greater Midwest International Exhibition at Missouri, that was represented by artists from 45 US states and 14 foreign countries. In January 1995 Valeriya Veron’s painting “Pearls” was selected as the best among 1,336 artworks, exhibited by 366 artists, and Valeriya Veron was announced the winner of 10th Annual Greater Midwest International Exhibition.
During the Spring 1995 her Art has intensively been introduced to multiple Corporate and Foundation Collectors. Her professional background is composed of many academic and community activities. Valeria has over 20 years of experience of teaching Fine Arts Classes with all age groups. Valeriya Veron is a CUM LAUDE graduate of Moscow Architectural School. She earned her Master’s degree in Architecture at Moscow Architectural Institute in 1984. Additionally, Valeriya completed required studies and graduated as CUM LAUDE in Fine and Folk Arts of Moscow University in 1988. Valeriya Veron taught Arts at Collin County Community College, in Frisco till 2010. Currently, Valeriya Veron is successfully running a Fine Art Studio.