Veronica Dyer

Born in Venezuela, Veronica Dyer has lived in the United States since 2000, becoming a U.S. citizen in February 2010.

Art was the tranquil place where I always lost myself for hours at a time.

Veronicaâ??s love of art and special capacity for painting are natural extensions of her artistically gifted family. She took her first art classes at age 13 with her grandfather, Italian artist Nerino de Panfilis, who painted in the style of the figurative movement. At a very early age, she discovered her preference for a style of art that offered more freedom.

Each painting is an adventure. I fly, dance, dream; I donâ??t have pre-established limits. My work does not intend to reflect anything tangible. I only want to stimulate a response that is natural, unique and involuntary. Maybe tomorrow my work will inspire something different.

Today, Dyer dedicates the greater part of her life to painting. Her work is a combination of different cultures, from the Old World and the New World.

Veronica Dyer's paintings can be found in private collections in the United States, Venezuela, Canada, Mexico, the Czech Republic, and Switzerland.


I inherited my love for art. For many generations, brushes and paints have played an important part in my family surroundings. Painting is an expression and my abstract works are born of total freedom. My content emerges without any special effort.

My artwork is built in consecutive layers. Much like the evolution of the human condition, one
step precedes the next with each step altering the previous until an end is achieved, however
temporal that end might be.

It is the constant progression of a piece that excites me - the changes, the challenges, as well as the
accidents. Seeing and feeling the canvas acquire its own life through this process brings me joy and fulfillment. My artwork is an expression of the intangible coming from all realms of my experience.