Welcome to the Audrey Romano Collection. Here you
can view some of Audrey's award winning paintings or contact us if you wish
to purchase an original painting or print or sign up for art classes.
You can click on any painting on this website for an enlarged view. We will be periodically adding paintings to this site so keep checking back.
If you are interested in art lessons taught by one of the areas most accomplished and recognized artists, then contact Audrey regarding availability for one of her weekly art classes at 518-209-8056.
Another way to view some of the paintings on this site is to click on the slide show links below.
The following are a few of Audrey's most recent paintings:
The following are from Audrey's Saratoga collection:Before the Race Morning Cool Down Busy On The Back Stretch
Audrey was also a featured artist at Gallery 100 in Saratoga Springs, NY.
In addition to her numerous awards and shows, Audrey was featured in the October 1999 edition of Artist's Magazine in the Gallery section. Her article is entitled "The Mystique of Mist." Expand the range of mood in your work with this approach for painting misty landscapes in oil. By Audrey Romano and Alvin Brown.Peaceful Sunrise (oil, 20x30)
Below is an excerpt from that article where Audrey talks about her techniques:
My approach to painting mist can be broken down into two critical components--the colors I choose for the sky and a traditional wet-into-wet painting technique.To get the right look for my misty skies, I usually begin with a mixture of white and raw umber combined with a touch of a third color, often cobalt blue, cobalt green or cobalt violet. I apply this combination with a bristle brush, which I dip first into cold-pressed linseed oil, then into the paint mixture. I use a thick application of paint, following the weave of the canvas and continually picking up more paint on my brush to ensure an even application. Then, I turn to soft sable brushes to blend away all traces of my brushstrokes and create a uniform look. Next, with the paint still wet, to add my most-distant elements using a slightly darker variation of my sky color. Upper Hudson Morning (oil, 24x30)
In some cases, elements may move from the distance to the foreground. When that happens, I paint the misty portions of the elements wet-into-wet, then wait until the paint dries and continue developing the element toward the foreground.
Audrey studied art at Russell Sage College in Troy, New York, then broadened her knowledge under the tutelage of Gunter Korus. Her work has appeared in a number of national and regional juried exhibitions, and she has received numerous awards. In addition, her landscapes can be found in many private and corporate collections. Based in Clifton Park, New York, where she maintains a studio in the Rome Center Galleries, Romano is a member of several art-related organizations, including the Cooperstown Art Association, the Colonie Art League and the Saratoga Arts Council.
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