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J A Quattro Art Collections

Shop for artwork from J A Quattro based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.

Artwork by J A Quattro

Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.

About J A Quattro

J A Quattro QU4TTROSTUDIO J.A.Quattro • Artist (Digital Arts, Photography) • Born 1978 • “My desire is to inspire understanding through awareness, to heal the world, by gathering scattered sparks of hidden light, so that we may enjoy peace and celebrate love. Shalom Salaam.” -J.A. Quattro J.A. Quattro has produced several 111 page, 12x12 inch, lay-flat photo books of Jerusalem, Israel; the PA & Jordan; Galicia, Spain; NYC & the USA. The photographer specializes in panoramas, cityscapes, landscape, architecture & ancient locations of spiritual significance. Images often feature stone arches, alleyways & ruins, some portraiture & journalistic subjects. The photographer-artist creates, designs, & edits their original, digital photo paintings of their original photographs. Early personal influences on Quattro’s development, besides a musician father & a legal professional mother who could draw & who taught religion, were two neighbors. One was a photographer named Artie Van Blarcum, who was featured, along with Quattro’s childhood home, in a photo biography by photographer George Tice. The other was a ceramics maker & painter named Jackie, with whom the young photographer & future digital artist began a weekly class for neighborhood children. Quattro & Jackie had both been born to Ashkenasy Jewish mothers, but were raised as Christians, which has come to shape the uniquely mixed experience and perspective evident in much of Quattro’s work featuring images that have meaning to many peoples’ identities and many people’s own identities. As a 17 year old Catholic High School student, in 1995, Quattro took part in the administering of the Eucharist, documenting the Papal Mass given by Pope John Paul II, at Giants Stadium. While taking early admission college credits from Saint Peter’s University, Quattro simultaneously attended night & weekend classes at Orthodox Jewish Seminary, going on to study at a Yeshiva College, in the Old City of Jerusalem, Israel. There is where the artist’s identity & interest in capturing images converged & emerged as a calling, combining history, spirituality & visuality. Quatto continued involvement in organizations that offered opportunity to combine learning, traveling, volunteering and devotion to developing as a photographer and as a person, which included working for Madonna’s children’s charity, in 2007.