Rossana Romero is a Colombian visual artist based in Brooklyn, drawing inspiration from Kehinde Wiley, Beatriz Gonzales, and Gabriel Marquez Garcia. Her work reflects family, culture, migration, laws, politics, personal life, and relationships through portraits, landscapes, oil paintings, and sculptures. She explores stories and folk tales of South America and the US, creating a surreal experience that dives into her own narrative and identity. Her work is a spiritual practice, introducing her underworld and offerings to guides and ancestors. Symbols like double-headed reptiles, felines, shadows, butterflies, and parrots guide the audience. Her creative process acts as therapy, revisiting blurry memories and recreating a home. Each piece is unique, but consistent symbols and references affirm her place in the home she created.