Romano’s creativity expands beyond restaurants to art. Romano’s passion for painting began 50 years ago to let his creativity flow. He gave away his artwork to his friends and family who showed enthusiasm for his talent. In September 2008, for the first time, Romano sold a piece of his artwork.

Romano applies his worldview directly to his custom made, oversized canvases upon which he works, the only medium that mirrors his characteristically grand ideas. His paintings reflect a “larger than life” style of contemporary boldness through dramatic use of color. He partnered with Reflectionist Movement Artist JD Miller of Dallas, opening Samuel Lynne Galleries in 2008. The Gallery features both Romano and Miller works and an ever-expanding list of additional artists, focusing on art of the 21st Century. To date, Romano has sold over $1 million of his own artwork. For more information on Romano’s artwork, visit

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Dallas Artist Takes Paint to New Dimension