About Tania Romero
Tania Romero was born in David, Chiriqui which is located in the country of Panama on September 27, 1979. She is the first of three children by Patrocinio Romero, an engineer, entrepreneur and the President of a University and Teodosia de Romero who wed in 1978. Tania migrated to the United States when she was 17 years old not knowing the language. She was granted a scholarship at Missouri Valley College where she earned an associate degree. Tania then transferred to the University of South Florida in 2000 where she earned a B. S. in Business Administration and majored in Finance in 2002. In 2007, she graduated with a Masters in Business Administration from University of Phoenix. Tania’s initial intention was to become an engineer. Tania’s artistry was apparent from a young age. Since she was a child, art played an essential role in her life, and it remains a constant till this day. Tania believes that the power of art heals lives and can help communities throughout the world. Tania’s artwork and the creative process to express understand and filter life experience. These outlets of expression and self discovery combined with experience are her passion. She wants to help build awareness that people who face any kind of limitation can overcome obstacles and discrimination to make positive contribution to society.
The Tampa Museum of Art celebrates our community by presenting “We Are Tampa” a community photography exhibition about Tampa Bay, for Tampa Bay, and by the people of Tampa Bay.
I am thrilled to share that my artwork “Fibonacci Series” is going to be in display in the Tampa Museum of Art from February 19-March 13, 2016. In addition to have “Fibonacci Series” in display in the Tampa Museum of Art I am really excited to collaborate with Vida for a fashion collection. My artwork “Fibonacci Series” is going to be in a fashion collection (Modern Tee, Men’s Silk Pocket Square and Scarf). Vida is a new kind of fashion e-commerce company that connects artist like me all over the world with procedures to bring our work to life. For every product sold Vida hopes to provide the gift of literacy to the makers they work with.
Below are some of my favorite items from this collection
VISIT MY COLLECTION AT:HERE
Please be sure to visit the Tampa Museum of Art between February 19th and March 13th to view “We Are Tampa”in the Museum’s Golding-Scher classroom.
PHOTOS, PHOTOS, PHOTOS ...
I paint in a “no-mind” Zen state of mind, relying on intuition for guidance.
My mission is to present art that transforms us in a way that enriches and heals our lives, communities and the world
I like to live in the power of Now.
I am living in the present of this time and of this space, but always looking ahead. Living is a form of not being sure, not knowing what follows or how..