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Úrsula Romero

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Úrsula Romero (formally known as Jessica Shepherd or Inky Leaves) is an internationally recognized master flower painter, artist and teacher. Predominantly a painter, Úrsula plays with light, composition and scale to create intimate, poetic engagements between the viewer and their natural environment, making works that bring us closer to the mystical, extending the general status quo of botanical painting techniques.

Úrsula trained in botany before committing herself fully to painting so that she would understand the processes of plants more comprehensively. Equipped with this scientific knowledge, Úrsula is now testing new approaches to her artwork to push the capacity for botanical art to bring greater awareness of plants and our interaction with them. In 2014, she was featured on the BBC4 documentary “In Search of Rory McEwen” where she demonstrated how to paint on vellum.

In 2017, Úrsula held her first solo exhibition in London, published her first book titled ‘Leafscape’ and produced the Leafscape soundtrack. She started Inky Leaves Publishing in the same year. In 2018, Úrsula launched a cross-disciplinary botanical art publication called INK Quarterly which ran for three years, and embarked on her next project Blue Flower. She has exhibited internationally and her works have been included in exhibitions at The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, The National Botanic Garden, Dublin and the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. She has 7 pieces in the Shirley Sherwood Collection.

Now, can be found quietly working on her latest flower painting project whilst restoring a historic property in Andalucía.

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Instagram/inkyleaves
Instagram/ursula.romero.arte
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More about Ùrsula Romero:

Natureartlab.com
Jessica Rosemary Shepherd
Article by Katherine Tyrell


 
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