Henrietta Molinaro is an artist of English and Italian origin. Based in West London, her work is inspired by nature and rediscovered forms. Experimenting with early photographic methods, she is widely respected for creating images that make use of the traditional darkroom process. Henrietta first studied fine art in Florence and Rome, later continuing with a degree in graphic design at the London College of Printing. “My background in photography and design play an important role in shaping my approach to image making - where each discipline will often inform the outcome of the other”. After graduating with a first class honours degree, Henrietta worked as a designer and collaborated on projects with notable London designers before taking the decision to focus more fully on her own art. “I am a compulsive collector and I’m particularly interested in the life an object may have once had, and in celebrating natural beauty that is often overlooked”. Henrietta is represented in London by Notting Hill Gallery c, and her work has been sought after by numerous private clients and appeared in several international journals and publications.