Saturday, December 29, 2007


I just returned from a week in Paris where my wife and I were visiting friends. Being my favorite city in the world, it's not hard to get inspired to do more work when I return home. A couple of nights ago I toured through a local art exhibit which happens to be right across the street from where my friends live and there were a couple of artists who were really good and was glad I spent a bit of time speaking with them. I got a chance to speak with a gallery rep as well which was great as I look to both expand my network and maybe have a showing in Paris somtime in the future.

For now, I am back to preparing for the two shows that Marcus and I will be doing in New York in May and June. I'll be posting some of this new work as I get things completed, so keep checking back!

Monday, December 10, 2007

Opening Night

Thanks to all of our dear friends that came out to support us at our opening on Saturday. Marcus and I both had an absolutely amazing time and everything came off perfectly. Special thanks to Mark, Oliver and Jenny for making this an extra awesome night for us. You guys are the best!

Sadly my pictures came out kind of blurry (really blurry, actually). It was a blast though, so who cares how the pictures turned out! With that said, here's one shot that turned out alright.

Stay tuned for our next show coming up in the spring at GALLERYFCB in Chelsea!

Thursday, December 6, 2007

NYC Opening

New paintings by Demetrius Romanos and Marcus Fletcher - This Saturday, December 8th from 8-10pm at Grounded in New York. This will be the first NYC opening for the Cincinnati based artists.

"These pieces are the fusion of my work as a designer and as an artist. I feel a deep need to explore and capture the chaos and instability of nature while bringing a certain order to all of it, satisfying my need for balance."

-Demetrius Romanos

"Within my work, I try to create movement and balance with a feeling of complex simplicity. The line is important and color aids the line or curve in its motion throughout the canvas. There are far too many academic influences to mention in this limited space but I believe that without trust and belief none of this would have been possible."

-Marcus Fletcher

Wednesday, December 5, 2007


I seem to have gotten in a groove with the orchid paintings lately. I've begun to evolve them and I'm also beginning to incorporate some of the more graphic and geometric elements from some of my other work. I just finished this one last night and it's earmarked for a friend. I'll be moving on from this groove soon before it becomes a rut!