Artisan Editions: Flora and Form
‘I am very fascinated by the concept of recording moments of creation—those precise moments where something that is unseen is transferred into something tangible; something our human senses can observe. This is an overarching concept I have implemented into my work for the past year or so, and this is what connects each of the pieces in the Adam Stool project.’
– Artist D.F. Romero
Artist Danielle Romero’s path to becoming a professional artist was not a traditional one. While always having an interest in the arts, Danielle’s professional background is in environmental studies and sustainable agriculture. After finding herself in a dark emotional place some years ago, Danielle began painting as a kind of distraction and release. During this period, Romero found that art provided peaceful moments of focused experimentation with different mediums and allowed her to connect to a deeper plane of existence. Today, this practice of ongoing experimentation continues to strengthen her creative process.
‘FRAMA and I have a shared love for minimal aesthetics, for beauty rooted in the balance between modernism and tradition. This is a balance that I try to achieve, not only in my work, but also in my lifestyle and in my home.’
- Artist D.F. Romero