Art & Home Décor

As a painter, I have the commitment of expressing myself freely. This is a basic and fundamental part of my job.   Unlike other jobs in this I am the one who determines what I want to communicate and how I want to communicate it. Yes, I have all the freedom, but also all the responsibility of the final result. Each artwork has its own meaning for the creator and it can be the same or have many other for the viewers.

It’s inevitable to wish that the final destiny of many of my artworks will be a new space… a new home, although is difficult to imagine where they will be hanged. That’s a very personal decision. I like to imagine that the place where my artworks are hanged gives a special light to the life and the particular space of the owner. In an exercise of the imagination, I propose to you some options of how some of my artwork can look in different spaces. Of course the best will always be the one you choose.Lo que es y lo que pqrece 1Adentro y Afuera (sala azul)Entrelazados (sala azul)Colores de Fantasía (sala gris)Sombras en la puerta de enfrenteMirando al sueloBajo la SuperficieVestida de seducción (sala blanca)Jugando a ser GrandesLo que es y lo. que parece 1 (recámara)jpgColores de Fantasía (recámara)

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Verónica Chauvet (1961), is a Mexican City contemporary realist oil and acrylic painter of nature themes. Her artwork is characterized by vibrant colors, expressive forms and bold compositions.

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