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Valeri Larko

Valeri Larko is known for her densely painted landscapes of the urban fringe, all of which she paints on location. She is attracted to the decaying and abandoned structures that populated the outskirts of America’s urban centers and the stories these places tell about contemporary life and culture. Larko is a visual story teller and she likes to capture scenes of a changing America before these places are demolished and lost forever. Valeri Larko’s paintings have been exhibited in museums and galleries in the US and beyond. Larko has been featured in various publications including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Artnet News, NY Daily News, NY Post, Artnews, and Untapped. She was educated at the Du Cret School of the Arts, Plainfield, NJ and the Arts Students League, New York City. It has been almost 20 years since Valeri moved to an artist loft building in New Rochelle, New York, where all of the residents are artists and they have a gallery in the lobby which they put their own artworks for exhibition.

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