Vero Rivera is a Puerto Rican artist. She studied Interior Design and in 2011 she completed her BFA in painting at Escuela de Artes Plásticas de Puerto Rico. She first entered the urban art scene working on a series of wheatpastes in abandoned buildings around the city. She began painting murals in 2013. Her work is inspired by her surroundings, focusing on the importance of nature in urban environments by questioning whether there is enough around us.
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