Awaken your inner child!

Featured Allegory

Storytelling is an art form that dates back to the beginning of civilization. My allegorical projects attempt to sequentially lead the viewer through a series of images with both a literal and symbolic interpretation.

Moorish Influences, 2nd Edition

Moorish Influences, 2nd Edition

*** Featured in LensWork Magazine, Issue 115 *** Visitors to the province of Andalusia in southern Spain will immediately notice the beautiful Moorish architecture of many of its ancient mosques, palaces, and fortresses.

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Featured Photography

The South Rim

The South Rim

Through my eyes: The Grand Canyon South Rim

The Sedona Experience

The Sedona Experience

These images are the result of three separate visits to Sedona and the surrounding area as well as the South Rim.

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My Latest Publications

The Sedona Experience

These images are the result of three separate visits to Sedona and the surrounding area as well as the South Rim.

The Journey Of La Quinceañera

My wife, Jayne, and I recently had the honor and privilege of attending and participating in the Quinceañera. The fiesta de quince años is a celebration of a girl’s 15th birthday.

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The Making Of Made In The USA

The making of this series.

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My Travel Series

Oh, the places I have been!


What People Are Saying About Jerry’s Art…

Brooks Jensen

Brooks Jensen

LensWork Magazine Editor/Photographer / LensWork Magazine

When we review submissions here, we either know we want to publish something, or we know we don’t want to publish something. And every once in a while we look at a body of work and just go “wow!” This is fabulous. That was the case with yours. We instantly knew we wanted to publish it…We are also delighted to include one of your images on the cover.

John Paul Caponigro

John Paul Caponigro

Internationally Renowned Visual Artist / Caponigro Arts

I remember the day when Jerry Grasso lit up. He understood that not only could he become more creative but he was already much more creative than he thought he was. Hard work produces grace, not miracles. Since then, Jerry’s followed through on his creative life with passion and commitment. It’s been delightful to see his work grow and be celebrated in exhibitions and publications.

Mallorie Ostrowitz

Mallorie Ostrowitz

Fine Art Photographer / Ostrowitz Photography

Jerry has been one of my most dedicated students; he is open to learning new approaches, accepted criticism and progressed exponentially. Jerry  followed through with exceptional commitment to all projects he was given, and as a result, has fine tuned his talent and now produces such high quality of work that he was accepted by LensWork magazine.

Stan Marchut

Stan Marchut

Fine Art Photographer / Brown Dog Studios

The visual artistry of Jerry Grasso caught my attention ten years ago. I bought an image and then a book. The creative energy that continues to drive his aesthetic development is fascinating. His images have cycled through periods of abstraction and stark realism, but always maintain an optical complexity. They engage the eye with a physical presence as art objects but also trigger moods and emotions in the mirror of imagination.

Troy Almeida

Troy Almeida

Photography Enthusiast

I appreciate what you [say] about finding your inner child, being imaginative, and not seeing everything in black & white.  You talk about people seeing your work in galleries but then not being able to describe what they saw, and I realized I'm guilty of those things, too.  I don't always know how to view art, and I don't look at [your art] deeply enough to really "see" it, if that makes any sense. Once I really looked at it deeply, it definitely helped me to appreciate the extreme detail of the architecture. It really did force me to slow down and LOOK at them. I enjoyed that very much.