Fefa Romanova is a Brazilian born artist haling from the north lands of Brazil. Currently residing and impeccably painting her lavish style of art in the sometimes gloomy and murky concrete mazes of England's, city of London. Still one of Europe's top artistic jungles, regardless of it's weather. Fefa seems to have found a nice little niche where her work seems to breath that unique Fefa originality.
Inspiration can come from the most unexpected of places, tending to the creative minds of an artist, Fefe realizes her talents and paints intrigued by the unconscious and free use of the hands. The tools of which any artist transpires the thoughts and feelings into the visuals of colour intertwined with shape and line. This is the very essence of painting itself; Fefe consciously feels this with each and every painting she completes.
Miss Romanova feels the path of her style is simply to follow the art of impeccable improvisation at the same time giving her own stylistic mix to her visions. Recognizing the behavior of her own hands, almost like spontaneous brush strokes of the subconscious.
Fefa notices and is very much inspired by her surroundings, as it is with any artist. Inspiration has to come from somewhere, be it from within or all around you. Human symbols such as eyes, masks, faces, spirals have come to influence Fefa in her ever-growing pallet of work.
Fefa sees these symbols and shapes as a gateway to her process. A way to grow and let her work become whatever the subconscious feels it should become. Fefa has a dream, a dream that is simply creating.
As she creatively put it: "I think I'm spontaneously drawn to organic shapes and fascinated by detail. Some of my drawings are based on spiritual experiences which I call 'The artist's Macrocosm'. Others are based on the non-sense aspects of the imagination, 'The artist'sMicrocosm'. "