After earning a BFA from the University of Maine in 2002 Romano went onto participate in a traditional internship with master Metalsmith, Curtis K. LaFollette in Cherryfield Maine. LaFollette’s wife, Marion was a weaver who taught Romano the rich traditions of textiles and fiber. Romano’s work transformed into a combination of both their mediums incorporating ancient textile techniques into her metal work. Currently Romano shares a studio/ gallery space in Ellsworth Maine and participates in national juried exhibitions and American Craft Shows around the country. She currently serves as the President of the Maine Crafts Association.
Profile Type: Artist