Salvatore Gulla

6 Cedar Trail, East Hampton, NY 11937
631.324.8825631.324.8825
440 East 62nd Street, New York, NY 10021
212.753.8890212.753.8890
www.salvatoregulla.comAn Educator with the New York City Board of Education for over 30 years, a founding member and Artistic Director of the South Bronx Community Action Theatre, a jeweler, goldsmith, sculptor and painter.  He taught workshops in painting, drawing, and sculpture for children and young adults.  Designed and supervised construction of sets and costumes for all productions and directed workshops in performing and visual arts.  Salvatore is a true Renaissance man.

Born in the South Bronx, Mr. Gulla began painting in 1947, studying at the Art Students League of New York under Reginald Marsh and Morris Kantor, Vaclav Vitlacyl, among others, as well as at Columbia University.  His work over the past forty years has run the stylistic gamut; from classically studied portraiture to cubistically structured urban landscapes, from sensitively rendered watercolors, to lashing expressionistic charcoal abstractions. Currently, his work and compositions take on a more nonobjective mode.  All, however, reflect the surety of an adept hand and the sharpness of observation from a practiced eye.

 

Recent Exhibitions:

Thirteen

deCordova Studio & Gallery

Greenport NY

July-August 2008

 

Maureen’s Haven Benefit

deCordova Studio & Gallery

Greenport NY

November-December 2008

 

Prudential Douglas Elliman

Amagansett, Long Island NY

2008

 

The City Exhibition

Cultural Center

Scalea, Calabria, Italy

August, 2004

Objects of My Affection Exhibition

Elaine Benson Gallery

Bridgehampton, NY

August 24, 1991

 

September 11th Exhibition

Artists Woods

Amagansett, NY

June – July 2002

 

The Mourning Series Exhibition

Bronx Museum of the Arts

Bronx, NY

June 7 – July 16, 1990

Nature Exhibition

Goat Alley Gallery

Sag Harbor, NY

June 28 – July 20, 1999

 

Exhibition of Art

Sotheby’s

New York City

September 13-17, 1990

Being There Exhibition

Goat Alley Gallery

Sag Harbor, NY

June 21 – July 15, 1996