was born in Tanzania, East Africa and trained
for a theatrical profession at the Arts Educational
Trust School, Tring. Whilst pursuing that chosen
career, Vargini also developed her God-given
gift and love of portrait painting and began
exhibiting successfully in England and Australia.
Her work has been commissioned by 'Abba's',
Anni-Frid Synni Lyngstadas, well as other celebrities,
appearing on their music and narrative publications.
Other published works include numerous books
and greeting cards illustrations under her birth
name, Virginia Mull. Vargini won her
first prestigious art prize at age nine for
her entry in the Esso Calendar Competition.
Portrait exhibition venues include "The
Century Galleries", Henley-on-Thames.
In 2002, a challenging depiction of the crucifixion
of Jesus Christ was begun, taking over two years
to complete. This graphic oil painting, known
as 'The Cost', now tours the country
in mostly cathedral settings. It has developed
into a multi-media piece known as 'The Cost
Experience Exhibition' and has gained strong
positive reactions from most of those who have
seen the presentation.
Working from a studio on The Old High Street
in the Creative Quarter of Folkestone, Kent,
Vargini continues to accept portrait and illustration
commissions, as well as enquiries for hosting
'The Cost Experience Exhibition.'