Romy Cole-Groth is an abstract painter based in Sydney producing work on unceded land of the Gadigal people of the Eora nation.
Rendered in soft pastels and metallic paints, acrylic ink and marker pen, her gestural, expressive abstract paintings are a record of the artist’s research into shape and colour; an instinctive, spontaneous exploration of an innate visual language. Her work is concerned primarily with a consideration for colour – or at least the impression of colour – and its synchronicity. Romy's work is then involved in articulating the loosely narrated stories that are purely visual. These stories are impressions of her close interpersonal relationships and their moments of intimacy, love and sharing.