With World Aids Day
on 1st December, TAY
has become one of Brighton's most iconic pieces.
Romany describes himself as 'the sculptor who paints'. His career has spanned from originally training as a lawyer, specialising in brain injury to today where as a professional artist, this background still has enormous influence over his subject matter and thought processes.
Romany is a fascinating man with a natural talent and his forthcoming book, Sculpting Colour, exhibitions and events are much anticipated.
His obsession with the brain, the body and how the muscles work has had a huge influence on Bruce's figurative abstract impressionist pieces, both in art and sculpture.
Romany's latest works display his detailed focus with abstract expressionism as well as the powerful impact of colour in art.
With a distinctive style and talent that has attracted art critics throughout the world, Romany's artistic influence continues to develop with ongoing projects.
Early 2024 promises more exciting releases
from Romany, including a painting to be auctioned for the Francesco Foundation
and the publication of his art book,
entitled Sculpting Colour.