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Christine Romanell’s art practice navigates infinity through intricate, ever-expanding circular patterns. Inspired by the golden ratio and sacred geometry, her work represents the relationship between order and the limitless. She translates digital drawings into sculptures and paintings, using techniques like laser-cutting and 3D printing. Colorful gradients guide viewers through layered forms, alluding to the unseen. 


Based in New Jersey, Romanell, in addition to her studio work, serves as board president at Manufacturers Village Artists space in East Orange and is the organizer for Garden State Art Weekend. Her work has been featured on the Smithsonian Channel and discussed in Hyperallergic, Juxapoz, MIT Technology Review, White Hot Magazine and Art and Cake. She is a recipient of an NEA grant for her work through Chashama in NYC. Christine Romanell received a 2022 Fellowship from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts. Her work in held in the private collection of Pat Bell alongside Tom Nussbaum and Willie Cole and the collection of the Mother Cabrini Health Foundation and Memorial Sloan Kettering. Her BFA is from the School of Visual Arts (NYC) and her MFA is from Montclair State University (Montclair NJ.)

Christine Romanell
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