Veronique Charron is a French-Canadian artist who takes inspiration for her fresh, graphic designs from the environment surrounding her country home near Charlevoix, Quebec. Her works have been exhibited in several countries all over the world, and her works can be found in many collections. She has had many exhibitions, some of which she did in groups while in others she did alone. She also had some media and publications. Her formal study focused on graphic art and design, though the style of her artwork is uniquely her own. Veronique liked arts from an early age and from that early age, she felt the need to express herself through painting and illustration which she liked most.
Veronique feels a strong need to experience art as a means of expression. She has always loved art in all of its forms and expressions, and she has experimented with many different techniques and forms until she finally found her own way with art. She is inspired by the movement and the people within her urban surroundings. From flowers to fashion, Veronique captures her subjects using a dynamic mix of color, texture and youthful flair. Her paintings typically feature realistic representation of her subjects and also reflect the understanding of the relationship between spontaneity and form. Veronique does not fear to paint. Her bold personality enables her to pick up complex projects which she completes within the required timelines. The quality of her work has made her art to be very popular with many collectors.