Verona was born in Lübeck, Germany and now lives in Newport, Co. Tipperary. She studied Fine Art/Sculpture at the Limerick School of Art and Design and graduated with a National Diploma in Art (distinction). Verona is a multidisciplinary artist. In her art practice she uses a wide range of both materials and methods. She is a member of Limerick Printmakers and Visual Artists Ireland. Her work has been shown in solo, duo and group exhibitions. It has been shown in Ireland, Germany, the UK, Spain, USA and Hong Kong. She has been a recipient of funding from the Arts Office of North Tipperary, including an award for a solo show, the Tipperary artists’ award and a Tyrone Guthrie Residency Bursary. She has also been awarded a joint residency in the Heinrich Boll Cottage, Achill Island, by the Heinrich Boll Association. Her work is in the public collection of Tipperary Arts Council and private collections.
Title: Keepers of the Faith
Dimensions framed: 44cm x 44 cm
Medium: Transfer print on silk and cotton
This piece was made as a response to an open call for the exhibition “Small Town Decline: Patterns of Rural Decay” in Glor, Ennis. The Catholic Church has been steadily in decline over the past decades due to scandals, social changes, falling numbers of priests and various other reasons. As a symbol reflecting this state of decline I choose the iconographic image of the Sacred Heart.
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