Roma’s work is intense and she paints with rigor and order. She prefers ocher, blue, white, and intensely cold colors and combines very light areas with dark bodies that generate tension, reveals balance and give the composition a serene dynamism. She introduces long and vigorous brushstrokes. She sometimes uses cracking and, often introduces daring and expressive textures. She wants the finish of the work to reinforce the expressive sense with exquisite visual and tactile sensory. Roma’s painting full of lyricism and subtleties reflects youth, vigour, experience and maturity seasoned with the characteristic simplicity of the people who make art and culture the essential part of their lives. Her work is thought to surprise and move spectator, to arouse feeling and transmit emotions. Her paintings drive to contemplation, meditation and introspection. Roma’s painting is solid, rigorous, sincere, warm and suggesting. It arrests the spectators’ attention and captivates their look and speech.