Romy van Rijckevorsel paints in an eclectic way. In her work you see many references to classical artists. (e.g. Gustav Klimt, decorative backgrounds, but also Egon Schiele). It is also eclectic because of the different styles: drawing, graffiti, painting and graphic elements. All these elements are very successfully combined into an organic whole in which there is also a handwriting lurking. That's very clever, because the combination of references and styles can also go wrong very quickly. In Romy's work, however, she stops at exactly the right time.