Marianna Romani was born on January 15 1989, in San Benedetto del Tronto. She is a multifaceted artist: a painter, a marble stonemason and an Italian restorer specialised in canvases and wooden materials. She approached painting under the guidance of his father, self-taught painter and sculptor, and made her very first creations at the age of five, painting the skyline of the Marche. In 2008 she graduated in Art Master at the Artistic Lyceum of Porto San Giorgio at the same time she set up and designed the collective exhibition "Soul and Body" at the Palazzina Azzurra in San Benedetto del Tronto. There have been numerous commissions in the field of fashion for painting on leather labels for jeans, on buttons, leather and fabric jackets, trousers and first-line bags. She also proposes drawings and projects conceived entirely by her which give rise to very interesting capsule collections.
Her future plans already have a solid basis of visceral interest and study of colour; the desire to reproduce in her works greater maturity, expressiveness and stylistic grandeur will be implemented through new works that will focus on new subjects already identified in new journeys to other worlds. In parallel, she will continue to conceive and create collaborations in the field of fashion, a world in constant evolution. Currently, the artist lives, loves, creates and paints in Bologna, a land of art and experimentation.