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About Anthony Santomauro

Anthony Santomauro, a member of the Salmagundi Club and Easton Arts Council, works in pastels and acrylics.  He has received several prestigious rewards for his works at Salmagundi Art Club exhibitions.  In 1975 he received first prize in the juried annual exhibit of the Sumter South Carolina Artist Guild.  He has received prizes in the annual exhibit of the SC State Fair, Sumter Iris Festival, Young Artist Association of Fairfield Exhibit, and Connecticut Classic Artists annual exhibits.  In 1998, 2000, and 2001 he was awarded the faculty first prize in drawing at the annual juried student exhibition of the Silvermine School of Arts

Anthony Santomauro enjoys the intricate detail that charcoal, pastel, pencil, and acrylic paints allow him.  Anthony’s work takes you to his world, whether his subjects are chimpanzees, a young child, a dancer, or a  hippopotamus.  When viewing his work you can peer into their eyes and form a relationship with the subject.

Pieces for sale

Please visit our for sale section to learn about currently available works of art. Commissioned work is also available upon request.

Anthony creates works in black and white or monochromatically to explore qualities of contrasting shade


The power and majesty of artistic creations, such as these cherubs, are often the subject of his work

Awards and Recognition

Mortimer H. Freehof Memorial Award – 2009

Honorable Mention Black and White Exhibit – 2010

Hugh P. Botts Award  Black and White Exhibit – 2014