Is qualified in art and graphic communication with a Bachelor of Education and Graduate Diploma and has successfully taught in the education sector for over 8 years. Was involved in exhibiting her oil paintings and graphite drawings in several group exhibitions in the whilst studying art.
Having been introduced to the Victorian Artists' Society by her late father John Stanesco who was an artist and council member at the society, Veronica exhibited and sold her work in the annual art auctions in the 1980s.
She only practised drawing for the next 20 years having focussed on a career which moved into the corporate sector and involved computer software training, multi-media design, desktop publishing, marketing commincation and digital content marketing with a strong visual design inclusion.
In 2006 she reconnected with her love of painting, and set up a studio in Marysville, taking inspiration from the landsapee and natural elements where she exhibited and sold her works through the Nilhacootie Winery, local cafe Fragas and the annual Marysville Art Exhibition. Veronica also staged an exhibition at Gasworks Art Park in Port Melbourne with photographer Karen Hind during 2008.
Having lost her house and studio in the 2009 bushfire and spending the ensuimg 7 years in rebuilding the proerty with her husband, Veronica regained her passion for painting and drawing tonce more by reinterpreting the changed landscape with a styalised approach, working in a range of medua: graphite and coloued pancils, watercolour and oil painting
She exhibited and sold work iin the Marysville Art Show in 2016 and also Linden Postcards Exhibition in 2017 and 2018.