Spiritú, an online community where women can shop, connect, and be inspired, unveils its Spring 2019 Box designed by artist Sonia Romero, a well-known muralist and printmaker based in Los Angeles. Romero’s design is part of her “Inner Landscape” series and depicts a woman holding her heart, surrounded by flowers.
“I am delighted and grateful that my art will be part of the Spiritú Spring 2019 Box,” says Romero. “This image depicts our internal emotions and energies in symbolic form. I made this artwork with the intention of bringing healing energy to a friend and I know it will bring positive energies to everyone who receives it. My figure is also holding her heart, an area of the body which seems to hold so much emotion, love and power.”
The Spiritú Spring 2019 Box is valued at over $175 and features beauty and lifestyle products from name brands as well as products sourced directly from Latina entrepreneurs in the U.S. and artisans in Latin America. The Box begins shipping out in mid-March and is available now for pre-order. Click to pre-order your Spring Box.
This season, the Spiritú website also features stories of several female entrepreneurs and women across diverse communities. Spiritú gives back to entrepreneurs, creators, and community organizations through its seasonal boxes as well as through its online Shop, a place for Latina entrepreneurs and creators to showcase their passions, craft, and products. Visit myspiritu.com for more information.
Sonia Romero is a full time artist living in Los Angeles. Her public works include mural commissions for the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, the Los Angeles Metro (Macarthur Park Station) and the Community Redevelopment Agency. Exhibition highlights include her 2011 solo exhibition at the Vincent Price Art Museum, her debut solo show at the Avenue 50 Studio and a printmaking retrospective at Self Help Graphics. She received her formal education from the Rhode Island School of Design, with an emphasis in printmaking. She was an artist in residence at the Avenue 50 Studio from 2007-2014. Sonia taught printmaking at the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts from 2013-2015. She has worked with youth from the Heart Project, LA Commons, and Plaza de la Raza. She is a frequent guest lecturer and presenter at many Southern California schools. She was a board member at the Craft and Folk Art Museum from 2012-2014.
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