Quinn Stilletto Fine Arts presents a historical account of the era, which saw the end of one millennium and the beginning of another. The testimony is offered through a series of allegorical, visual metaphors as perceived by the artist.
"Cult artist," Quinn Stilletto, is perhaps among the last of a vanishing breed of vagabond, renaissance artists. His work has surfaced and resurfaced throughout art circles in the Cleveland area for the past thirty-five years. Born in London, England, Stilletto, with his family, immigrated to America in 1956. Residing briefly in New York, they settled in Cleveland's inner city toward the end of the decade. Stilletto was educated in the Cleveland Public School System and began his secondary education with aspirations toward priesthood. Read More