The sinuous abstracted line of Gilberto Romero's fabricated bronzes is rooted in the deep traditional culture of Northern New Mexico. Romero believes his deep respect for his Hispanic family values and the outdoor environment is best expressed, not in the traditional imagery of the New Mexican Santero, but in the contemporary imagery of bronze, steel and stone. The shape, line, color and event he negative space in and around each sculpture express Romero's feelings for family and nature.
Being a fourth generation New Mexican, Romero has a long history to draw upon and that is reflected in the myriad of works Romero has created. Romero realized at an early age that art was his calling and began to work towa
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