Verona Sorensen was born in Montreal. After completing a BFA at Concordia University, she embarked on her painting career when she was invited to apprentice with the 'Dormice' art collective in Florence, Italy. After 2 years of training, she moved to Ajijic, Mexico to study encaustic painting. She more recently completed a year studying Intermedia Arts at Concordia University, which included Programming Art (coding towards Interactive art), Performance Art and Video Art.
Her exhibition history includes solo shows at the Winsor Gallery in Vancouver, Artfirm Gallery in Calgary, Ajolote Arte Contemporain and Haus der Kunst in Guadalajara, Mexico. In Montreal, she has also had solo and duo shows at La Maison de la Culture Rosemont and Plateau Mont-Royal. She featured in international shows at the Pushkin Gallery in Massachusetts, the SJCS gallery in Washington, D.C. and at the Woolff Gallery in London, UK.
Verona's works can be found in the major corporate collections of Bankers Hall, Jameson Development Corp., Lôto- Québec, NCK Inc., Nordstrom and in various private collections in Canada, Europe, Mexico and the United States.
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