Carmella Gullo is an artist who lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in painting from Pratt Institute. She has exhibited her work at the Islip Art Museum, the Rotunda Gallery, and the Williamsburg Art and Historical Center. Her works have graced the covers of modern classical music compact discs as well as Art Calendar magazine.
Carmella Gullo creates evocative works in a variety of mediums. Her paintings from the 1980s to the present contain richly poetic images that evoke mood and mystery. Her work is technically large with sensuously articulated surfaces. Her main concern though is the psychological, almost dreamlike quality of the imagery and the powerful responses they call to mind
In 2001, She started a series of large-format drawings with charcoal on the subject of the eye. Rendered with virtuoso expressionist marks, they depict great emotional range with only a singular image. In 2005, she began a new series of drawings of windows that she sees as analogous to the eyes. With the window drawing, Carmella has added color with pastel, to better bring to mind the sense of their physical place and to enhance their psychological force.