Anthony Romagnano (born 1985) is a mid-career artist who primarily creates small-scale artworks with pencil and paint on paper, with an extended practise in digital media. He often references popular culture images in his work, which he interprets and draws in the outline before adding blocks of vivid colour.

Romagnano has worked in the Arts Project studio since 2004 and presented his first solo show in 2008. He has exhibited in numerous national and international group shows, and has work in the National Gallery of Victoria, as gifted by Stuart Purves, with work also held in private collections Australia wide.

Scroll through the exhibition below or download the Exhibition Catalogue here.

Produced by Sim Luttin Curator & Gallery Manager and Jo Salt Gallery Administrator at Arts Project Australia.