Romero's work explores gender politics, sexuality, and multifaceted identities of Native people, and all the while, relates the contemporary to the ancient.
"He draws on prehistoric Ancestral Pueblo and Mimbres ceramics, Greek vessels, and pop culture. Romero's narratives combine humor and often-biting social commentary that communicate messages about contemporary Native American life, including difficult issues related to Native politics, history, identity, war, and alcoholism."
-Kropa, Madeleine (2012). Shapeshifting: Transformations in Native American Art. Salem, MA: Peabody Essex Museum in collaboration with Yale University Press. pp. 182–183
Don't Shoot Diego
" x 22 1/4"