Born and raised in Brazil, Valter Morais has been committed to the fine arts for most of his life. He graduated in fine arts by the University of Mogi Das Cruzes, Sao Paulo, Brazil. He is represented in oil, acrylic, and watercolor in collections all over the world. He has shown in many nationally recognized shows in Brazil, New York, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Hawai, Paris, Germany, Australia, England, Canada, and other major art centers. He has won award in several art shows including First Place, "World Peace by The United Nation." His "Portrait of Princess Anne" hangs in Buckingham Palace in London.
Valter Morais's works are deeply rooted in the cubism represented by Picasso and a pop art style, movement that emerged in the late 1950's. His works are inspired on his own romantic feeling of the world. The choice of this kind of matter is guided by a reference to the beautiful models, dances, musical instruments and, the daily life. Valter’s talents are very diverse, ranging from pop art to Caribbean landscapes to portraits and hyper-realism