Véronique Garnier


Born in Lille in 1969, Véronique Garnier’s early life was immersed in music and art. Raised by a mother who sang at the Lille Opera and an absent father, she found solace and inspiration in artistic expression. Despite a challenging adolescence, she pursued musical studies for over 30 years while exploring other artistic avenues. However, it was painting that ultimately captured her deepest essence and continues to define her creative journey. Drawing from a diverse background in music, writing, and painting, Véronique Garnier’s art is marked by a spirited exploration of materials and themes, reflecting her resilient spirit and boundless creative energy.

Exhibitions & Art Fairs:

Véronique Garnier has showcased her artworks in numerous prestigious exhibitions, starting with her debut at the Arts Gallery of the Luxembourg cultural space in Meaux in 2019. Her journey includes notable exhibitions such as the Fête de la Littérature et des Arts at Espace Pompidou of Condé, where she received the Municipal Prize for Sculpture. She has participated in exhibitions across France and internationally, including collaborations with artists like Sylvain Leonard and solo exhibitions at venues such as Carré d’Art of Serris and Eclat de Verre in Nanteuil-lès-Meaux. Her work has been featured in significant events like the International Contemporary Art Fair “Art Shopping Paris” at Carrousel du Louvre.


Véronique Garnier’s artistic practice is a testament to her relentless pursuit of creativity and exploration. Utilizing a variety of media and incorporating found objects into her pieces, she transforms ordinary materials into extraordinary narratives. Her art challenges perceptions and embraces the unexpected, weaving together elements of past and present. Rejecting conventional norms, she embraces fluidity and spontaneity in her creations, inviting viewers to embark on a journey of discovery and introspection. Through her work, Véronique Garnier aims not only to provoke thought but also to evoke emotion, offering a unique perspective on the intersection of art, life, and humanity.