Nora Valdez is an Argentine artist living in United States since 1986, working and exhibiting since 1977. In 1982 she graduated from the College of Fine Arts (Mercedes San Luis, Argentina) with the title of Professor of Fine Arts. Her work has been exhibited in many countries in Europa, Asia, North, Central and South America, including numerous international Sculpture Symposiums. Valdez has more than 15 permanent Public Art pieces around the world and United States.
From the beginning, Valdez has utilized sculpture and installations to create images that reflect on the nature of change, the life of the individual and the natural or societal forces that buffet our souls. She has focused for many years on creating Public Art pieces and monumental Sculpture. Her thematic concerns are also reflected in her involvement with the community: Art becomes not just a way to explore issues of human rights but to have a direct effect on them as well.
Valdez is the recipient of many awards and she has appeared in numerous publications, And is an advisor and instructor at The Carving Studio and Sculpture Center and is the artist that direct the Stone Bench Project, the benches that are install permanent in different towns and cities in Vermont. She has been a member of Boston Sculpture Gallery since 2012. Nora Valdez’s work is part of the permanent collection of The Fitchburg Art Museum, USA, The Art Complex Museum, USA and The Changchun World Sculpture Park and Museum, China amount others.