Anthony Romagnano works predominantly in pencil and paint, often referencing source material from popular culture or old fairytale illustrations. Within his artistic practice he meticulously interprets an image before laying down outlines and finally adding an abundance of colour. There is a geometric element present in Romagnano’s landscapes and figures, coexisting with chaos.
Anthony Romagnano is represented by Arts Project Australia.
Not titled (figure) 2011; pencil on paper; 56 x 38cm; Courtesy Arts Project Australia
Not titled (wheelbarrow of children) 2011; pencil on paper; 34 x 58cm; Courtesy Arts Project Australia
John Howard, Dalai Lama 2011; pencil on paper; 57 x 56cm; Courtesy Arts Project Australia