Water in my work was a fluid material, serving both as a balancing element and as a field. I worked with a series of large modules in some sculptures, and with many, many small elements (match sticks, styrofoam rods) in others. The pieces brought together ideas of unity within disunity, as well as the idea of shifting change within a limited area.

 

—Sal Romano

 

“Less is the face behind the face,
discovered, gone beyond.
What you see is not more than
what you get.
A black form—the shadow moving
gently on the wall
counts toward my solidity.”

click here for complete text to the poem “MINIMALISM for Sal Romano” by Corrine Robins available in “Today's Menu” published by Marsh Hawk Press

BRATA PAINTINGS

Abstract Expressionism

EVOLUTIONS

Sculptures and Drawings

NEW IMAGININGS

Sculptures and Drawings

 

BAROQUE MINIMALISM

MINIMALISM

Water Sculpture

Taking Up Space

Socrates Sculpture Park