Véronique Barrillot was born in 1969 in Lyon, France.
In 1994 she moved to Dijon France where she currently has her home and studio.
In 2012 she switched careers from the corporate to the art world.
2015 was a pivotal year for her as she began to develop her ability to work on two images simultaneously within a single painting.
As an example, in her process known as Double Vision she is able to paint a picture of Salvador Dali and Abraham Lincoln combining them as a single image.
You are able to see one image close up and another at a distance.
She is the only artist currently working in this technique.
Véronique Barrillot has exhibited in New York, Monaco, Paris, Lille and Lyon France and The French Embassy in Washington DC.
From her experience as a large format mural painter Véronique Barrillot learned to control visual distances creating a unique technique superimposing two images within a single painting. This is known as Double Vision.
This particular ability attracted CHUV, Lausanne department of clinical neurosciences.
In 2017 she received the Trophée Jean Charles Hachet
Other recipients of this award are Pierre Cardin and the sculptor Cesar.
You can also find her in her exhibition workshop at 15 rue Charrue in Dijon, France