MAC Fine Art is pleased to invite you to a solo exhibition of artworks by star artist René Romero Schuler at the Sardinas Gallery on St. Thomas University’s lovely Miami Gardens campus.
Rene Romero Schuler
René Romero Schuler has been working professionally as an artist in the Chicago area since 1987. She began by painting commissioned art pieces for corporate clients and interior designers, as well as doing scenic work, props and backdrops for companies such as Chicago Scenic, Scenic View, and Kozan Studios. Soon thereafter, Schuler began expanding her own business into a full-time operation.
Now working solely as a fine artist, Schuler has created an explosive new body of work, appropriately called “Transcendessense.”
Touted as being expressionistic, her work has been compared to that of Jean Dubufet and Willem DeKooning, though Schuler is also influenced by modern “expressionists” as well, such as: Susan Rothenberg, Michel Nedjar, Maryann Kolb and many others. Her work is executed exclusively in oil, with deep and rich tones, and her textures express the depths of human emotion in a style that welcomes the viewer far into each individual piece.
“My work reflects my childhood feelings of isolation, and has become an outward expression of some of my deepest emotions. The minimal and contemplative paintings of lone figures in a vast emptiness express these complex and intense emotions. These works have become my way of making peace with myself, and the world around me.”
-René Romero Schuler
St. Thomas University, Sardinas Gallery
St. Thomas is a Catholic university with rich cultural and international diversity committed to the academic and professional success of its students who become ethical leaders in our global community.
The Sardinas Gallery is an expertly curated fine arts gallery, showcasing some of the world’s most talented and celebrated artists.
St. Thomas University
16401 NW 37th Avenue
Miami Gardens, FL 33054
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