Bromley is a contemporary Fauve, whose interiors and
landscapes are painted in broad strokes of brilliant
color, as seen in "Spanish House."
Another of his oils on canvas is an atmospheric nocturnal
landscape, with a yellow mansion partially obscured
by a row of trees --a scene that suggests the genteel
charms of Richmond, Virginia, where he lives and works.
Some of Bromley's most striking paintings juxtapose
interior domestic still life set-ups with landscapes
seen through open windows in layered compositions
that evoke a unique sense of place, much in the manner
Gilbert, ART/SPEAK Magazine, Sept., 1998