Born in Somma Lombardo (Varese), Italy on March 18th, 1960
Self-taught painter, from an early age, she chose to depict daily life through the use of colored pencil. She participated in various collective exhibitions of painting in Italy in 1980, 1981, 1982 and 1985, but the daily work in television does not leave her the necessary time to continue painting and she stops.
In 2003, after more than twenty years of work and having collected more than 40,000 appearances on the screen as official presenter of Canale 5, Fiorella Pierobon decides to discontinue her employment that bound her to the Italian television.
Since then, Fiorella chose to change her life and return to her first love: painting.
She decided to start painting again, as she did during her first period at the television, seriously and not as a mere hobby, confronting the art critics, juries, judgments of buyers and professionals who do not forgive who decides to approach painting starting from one completely different field of art. To achieve her personal revolution, Fiorella has decided to play the game accepting with passion all the rules so fear not, thereafter, prejudices and constraints and, at the same time, not using the aid resulting from her popularity.
She moved then in France, in Nice, where as semi unknown, she have could work in peace at her new artistic career.
In February 2007 she opened in the alleys of the old town of Nice, (in rue droite, the street of the artists), her painting studio where creates and exhibites her work and where she's always busy in explaining her personal technique to the purchaser or to the tourist fascinated by her works.
During her years in France, Fiorella has made considerable progress in the field of art. Since then she has achieved her official quotation assigned to her by Drouot, the art catalog that gives quotations to international artists; furthermore Fiorella has successfully participated in many solo and group exhibitions in France, England (London), Japan (Osaka) and in Italy receiving always flattering critical comments and obtaining various awards and recognitions of which the most prestigious is the Silver Plaque of the President of the Italian Republic, which was awarded to her at the XXIV ° Price Agazzi in Mapello (Bg).
In Italy, in May 2008 in the halls of medieval Castle of Tau in Altopascio (Lu), she presented her first solo exhibition Italian "Paths of Light" performed with paintings inspired by reading the stories of medieval travelers crossing, with many difficulties, the Europe on foot along the roads of the Francigena road, the historic route linking Canterbury to Rome and then until to Jerusalem.
The same exhibition was held in July and August 2008, in France in the medieval village of Aspremont in the hinterland of Nice, placed along the route towards of Rome. From there came the idea to make "Paths of Light" becoming a traveling exhibition throughout the areas concerned by the Francigena ...