Salvatore Gulino was educated at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston
(diploma and fifth-year professional certificate), Tufts University (BS in Art Education),
the University of Hartford, and Syracuse University (MFA).
His paintings have been shown at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Fairfield University, Connecticut College, the University of Bridgeport,the New Britain Museum of American Art, the Promenade Gallery in Hartford’s Bushnell Theatre, the Berkshire Art Museum, the Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts, the Mattutuck Museum, the East Hartford Art League, the Hartford Arts Festival, the Springfield Art League, the Warner Theatre’s Atrium Gallery, the Five Points Gallery in Torrington, CT, 550 Gallery in Bethlehem, CT, Gallery On The Main in Torrington, CT, Wisdom House in Litchfield, CT, the Serendipity Gallery in Litchfield, CT, Pomperaug Woods Art of Experience, Southbury, CT, the Gallery on Dean in Brooklyn, New York, the Thos. Moser Showrooms in New York, the TNC Gallery in New York, and the Parallax Art Fair in New York.
Among his many awards are a Williams College Purchase Award (permanent collection), eight awards from the Silvermine Guild’s Art of the Northeast USA exhibitions, Pomperaug Woods Art of Experience, and the Best of Show Award in Artwell Gallery’s First Annual Juried Show (juried by Laurene Buckley, Director of the New Britain Museum of American Art).
Gulino was featured in the September 1983 issue of Yankee Magazine, the October 1984 issue of the French magazine, Artistes, the May 2002 edition of Connecticut Magazine, and the May 2005 issue of Artis.