She has exhibited her works in London, New York, and Milami and at some of Southwest Florida’s top galleries and museums, including solo and group shows in Fort Myers, Sanibel, Naples, and Cape Coral. She is found in private collections around the world.
Ennis’ studio, VEMA (Veron Ennis Modern Art) is located in Fort Myers and guests are able to view works in progress and meet the artist. Ennis is an art consultant helping artists realize their potential and holds bi-monthly Art Talks at her space. Ennis has been the curator and director of two spaces, Ferrari Gallery of Cape Coral and UNIT A of Fort Myers, Florida. Additionally, Ennis is an arts journalist and critic, writing for such publications as Art Districts magazine, Times of the Islands, RSW Living, Bonita & Estero, Gulf & Main, and Gulfshore Life magazine.
Ennis is one of the founders of the art movement, OPT (Open Positive Transference). She is dedicated to creating art of excellent craftsmanship that inspires progress towards an improved reality through the art viewing experience. “Communicating through art is no less serious than work of any other nature, in fact, it is essential,” explains Ennis.
Also a founding member of MAMA (Movement of Aleatoric Modern Artists), part of Ennis’ technique depends on the chance application of her medium. “Falling in and out of control of the work energizes the composition and pushes compositional boundaries,” says Ennis.
Growing up in Virginia, outside of Washington, D.C. provided Ennis with frequent access to the Capital’s museums, and cultural establishments. A graduate of Virginia Tech University, studying graphic design and art history, she established her foundation as an artist. She developed her own vision and voice, her own theories and techniques, and is a modern and contemporary artist of today.