Romula creates her art exclusively with her fingers and hands, enabling her to mold the paint on the canvas. Her technique creates an immediate connection between the viewer and the work. Her images are intensely personal but they often reflect her environment and particularly the people and neighborhoods of her beloved Boston.
While her work is now published and shown in galleries, Romula continues to set up her outdoor “studio” and paint on the streets. Her philosophy: “I want my work to be accessible to people. I paint for everyone.”
Romula’s paintings and drawings span a wide range of subjects from interiors and landscapes—beach and city scenes—to nudes.
“A Place to Be,” chronicles the experience of homelessness. A portion of each book sale goes to agencies that provide programs and support for the homeless. To inquire about or order Romula’s children’s book, contact us.
Please check in again, over the next few weeks as Romula introduces her new signature product lines, including totes, towels and home decor, and special projects.