From the mid-60’s, Santo Bruno created and exhibited artwork internationally. As a result, he founded Santo Bruno Fine Arts in New York City, in 1990, a private business buying, selling and restoring fine works of art. Bruno maintained a small gallery at 65th and Madison Avenue in New York City. For over a decade, he developed a private collection of art spanning the 15th century to the present. As an advisor to high profile clients, Santo Bruno loaned artwork to prestigious merchants such as Tiffany & Co. and Holzman Interiors, NY and Westport, CT. Bruno currently resides in an architecturally historic and restored 18th century home which includes his studio. He is actively creating a series of new artworks entitled, Infusions, which is a culmination of Bruno’s various points of focus. In his previous series, Crossings, the viewer was invited to become interactive with the artwork. In addition, Bruno was commissioned for the 1980 Design and Fabrication of 5 Major Painting-Constructions for Atlanta Hartsfield International Airport; Atlanta, GA.
Santo Bruno was born in Reading, PA on June 29, 1947. He received his B.F.A. from Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA 1969. In 1971, Bruno obtained an M.F.A. from Temple University, Rome and proceeded to study with David Pease, Roman Viesulas & Steven Green.
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- Small Function, 1977