Ewa Romaszewicz has lived in the United States since the age of six. She concentrated in two areas while studying at Brown University, obtaining a Bachelor of Arts in Visual Art and a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry. While at Brown, she studied and exhibited her work in Poland and France. She went on to earn her Master of Fine Arts in painting at Indiana University, where she taught Color Theory and Design as well as a chemistry laboratory course. Before fully dedicating herself to her art career, Ewa worked as a protein chemist in the pharmaceutical industry.
Ewa has received several academic awards, most notably a Fulbright grant, which enabled her to pursue her painting in Switzerland. She has exhibited nationally and internationally. Her work has been reviewed on the front page of the culture section of Le Nouvelliste, the principal newspaper of the Valais region of Switzerland. She is fluent in Polish, French and English.
Ewa has taught Two-Dimensional Design in the Continuing Education Department at the Rhode Island School of Design. She currently teaches in the Art Department at the University of Rhode Island and in the Art Department at the Community College of Rhode Island. She also teaches painting workshops at Hope Gallery in Bristol.
Ewa's work is featured on the homepage of the Jacqueline Kimberly Jewelry website. It has also been used in images in the 2009 Jacqueline Kimberly Jewelry Look Book.
Here are a few examples of her work.