Hello, My Name Is Virginia Valère

Artist, I paint and sculpt and I am addicted to skulls. I just want to have fun through my paintings and sculptures, mixing different styles that are often diametrically opposed.

Born into a family of artists from several generations, Virginia has always been surrounded by various talents.

From theater to painting, through singing, dancing, and more, Virginia’s childhood made her the women and the artist she is today.One who is not afraid to show a style, her style.

She likes to mix styles and worlds that are often diametrically opposed.

After having obtained a special dispensation to attend art classes reserved for students at the end of their studies, when she was only 12 years old, she was subsequently admitted without competition in one of the most prestigious schools of Art in Paris, Ecole Boule, to graduate out few years later.

Followed a few years spent in the family business, in charge of the artistic part, Virginia quickly turned back to her first love, painting and her lifelong passion of skull sculptures.

Will follow, exhibitions and private sales around the world ( Various galleries -Kavachnina Gallery, LMNT Miami, Arno Valere Gallery, Galerie A.Albouhair -Marbella, Musee Maillol in Paris 2010, Art Basel Miami 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, Red Dot Art Fair Miami 2015, Michele Fontaniere Pop-up gallery 2015, Asia Contemporary Art – Hong Kong – as a resident artist – AccessArt, Amsterdam in The Netherlands, resident artist with Ai Bo Gallery (NYC), Affordable Art Fair 2016, Context New York 2016, Art Hamptons 2016, live painting in St Tropez (France) summer 2016, diverses projects for charity organisations (not to be disclosed yet).She is also represented By Ai Bo gallery in NYC since March 2016 and will be at Context Miami for Art Basel 2016.

Virginia, in collaboration with her son Robin Valere, a music producer released in 2012 a new promotional tee shirt line for Art Basel under the moniker of Baseltov™, a nonprofit organization to set up art camps to help underprivileged kids of the Metro Dade area. “The organization is giving these kids a chance to be the future artists of our great city of Miami.”