Bruno Surdo, “Notice Me”, Oil Painting, 1963
Bruno A. Surdo is a native of Chicago. He studied drawing and art history, and pursues the mastery of the human form with inspiration from the Renaissance masters. His provocative works center around the human condition and are known for their allegorical imagery.
Surdo has had numerous shows and commissions and his work is held in many prestigious art collections around the world. He lectures often and is a teacher who believes in nurturing others. The artistic forms Surdo has created are images that communicate a personal commentary on the issue or question in mind. These shapes are then arranged in a pictorial space using the human form.