“Her works are images of sky and earth, paths and stars, moons and landscapes. Once it was said that art is an imitation of nature and this ancient judgment always works, above all for those artists who know how their work is, first of all, the manufacture. And that is Paola Romano art. She has a high awareness of her thought without any pretension to be a philosopher of art that explains what is the quintessence of things. But she does so in concrete when she creates. Her intent is simple, direct and precisely for this load of a profound attitude to go down to the root of the essential problems of existence. She moves a will iron and an absolute urgency of doing. In this artist there is an evident emotionality that barely seems to be held in check. But, in reality, it is her predisposition to support the most “natural” and spontaneous impulses, so evident in the necessary presuppositions of her art, which preserves it from haste and difficulty. In a certain sense it is legitimate to say that her creations are, in fact, an “imitation of Nature”.