Capturing his overpowering artist expressions has been Victor Navarro’s passion since the age of four. Moving to the United States from Guadalajara, Mexico in 1998, nurtured his inspiration. Soon this inspiration became an obsession.
While still in high school, he traveled to France and it was at this time, Navarro met Madame Denise Woirin, a highly recognized European art critic. Her affiliation with the Drouot Cotation Dictionnaire, (similar though more prestigious than Christies) offered a venue of exposure where only the best artists in the world are referenced. After rigorous interviews and juried auditions, Navarro’s work appears in this elite International Dictionary of Artists. Considered by all in the industry to represent a “Lifetime Achievement,” this is truly a phenomenal distinction.
Consider this: Navarro is the youngest artist ever to be honored with a permanent placement in Europe’s most coveted and revered art authority.
Soon following Navarro’s rising fame, a Silver medal was awarded from Paris’ International Academy of Lutece. Victor has received recognitions from the Societe Nationale des Beaux Arts and the European Center for the Promotion of Arts and Literature. At 19, Navarro was one of the youngest artist in the world to be invited to exhibit his art work at the famed Louvre in Paris, under the salon “Carrousel du Louvre” Additional recognition along with prizes have continued to follow from Art Communities in the United States as well as France.