(Excerpt from the catalog for the Carter Burden Gallery Five Year Anniversary Exhibition)
Originally from Allentown, Pennsylvania, David Cerulli, b. 1950, received a BFA in painting from Kutztown University in Pennsylvania and an AAS in commercial art from Northampton Community College in Pennsylvania.
Cerulli is a true renaissance artist, working in both realistic and abstract painting styles, as well as creating sculptures of both monumental and smaller sizes. His paintings and sculptures possess a deep understanding of structure and space, seamlessly blending architectural and organic elements into a visual harmony.
Cerulli has an extensive exhibition history, and his work is held in many public and private collections. He is a prolific artist working in a variety of media and artistic styles, and has been commissioned for a number of large sculptural pieces that are on permanent public display. He has also been a finalist in several international sculpture commissions.
David Cerulli resides in New York City with his wife, Sheila O’Connor,
and is represented by Carter Burden Gallery in New York City.
David Cerulli, a professional sculptor and painter, is currently represented by the Carter Burden Gallery located in New York City.
His sculpture commissions include: a large-scale stainless steel and bronze sculpture for the international headquarters of Air Products & Chemicals, Inc.; a 22 foot painted aluminum sculpture for Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; a bronze memorial sculpture in Easton Cemetery, Easton, Pennsylvania; two playground sculptures for the City of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Mr. Cerulli has also been a finalist in several international sculpture competitions.
Along with his sculptural work, Cerulli is a painter, creating both abstract and landscape paintings.
David Cerulli's art work can be found in many public and private collections.