EXHIBITS

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A new exhibit by Ron Rosenstock is now showing at the Auburn Public Library from August 6th through October 21, 2019. He is a Holden, MA resident and has been leading international photography tours for fifty years. He is a member of the U.S. State’s Department’s Art for Embassies program. His photographs have been exhibited in the Worcester Art Museum located right in the heart of Worcester, MA; along with the exhibits at the National Museum of Iceland in Reykjavik, Iceland and over 100 galleries worldwide!

He is being represented by Sbrogna’s Artistic Promotions of Auburn, MA. www.sbrognaart.com

 

The viewing of this exhibit is available to the public free of charge and is located in the Merriam Room during all normal operating hours of the Auburn Public Library, excluding times when a program is in progress. The public is welcome to call the library at 508-832-7790 to determine program times to ensure the room will be open upon your visit.

 

The beauty of our world can be seen through Ron’s lifelong photography work! We hope you can have an opportunity to check out this exhibit…you’ll be glad you did!

JAPAN

 

Wordless Ode - (Dedicated to Ron Rosenstock)

His photos show us not only scenery of great nature, but also tell us it's immortality and our mortality. Nobody showing up in the photos. Why? Think about the human history. Our ancestor worship gods but changed and violated the nature advantageously. And now we hound down the nature to the bone. Slightly left places of great nature, our photographer visits there through out year, and brings down. We have good changes to appreciate his work in which we hear the voice of ancester from the heritages, and we feel chillness of the air from the Arctic Circle, the sound of sandstorm, and wordless ode. 

November 16, 2018  Kyoto

Mariko Sumikura

Auburn Public Library

Japan

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A new exhibit by Ron Rosenstock is arriving at the Auburn Public Library on June 19th! He is a Holden, MA resident and has been leading international photography tours for fifty years. He is a member of the U.S. State’s Department’s Art for Embassies program. His photographs have been exhibited in the Worcester Art Museum located right in the heart of Worcester, MA…along with the exhibits at the National Museum of Iceland in Reykjavik, Iceland and over 100 galleries worldwide!

He is being represented by Sbrogna’s Artistic Promotions of Auburn, MA. www.sbrognaart.com

 

The viewing of this exhibit is available to the public free of charge and is located in the Merriam Room during all normal operating hours of the Auburn Public Library, excluding times when a program is in progress. The public is welcome to call the library at 508-832-7790 to determine program times to ensure the room will be open upon your visit.

 

The beauty of our world can be seen through Ron’s lifelong photography work! We hope you can have an opportunity to check out this exhibit…you’ll be glad you did!

Stayed tuned for upcoming exhibits of Japan, Vinalhaven, ME and recent works around the world.

PHOTOGRAPHING IN SCOTLAND

 

When asked why I love photographing in nature, I replied: 

"Nature photography is an expression of love. Since humans began walking upright, we have been recreating nature in various forms of art, from cave paintings to digital art. Technology has changed, but what is most important hasn’t. The world’s greatest artists have received their inspiration from nature. We are as much a part of nature as nature is a part of us.  Poets put their feelings into words; painter’s paint their deepest feelings and people like me, use a camera.  Each image we create is showing us on a deeper level who we really are. There is a wonderful quote by the Indian Philosopher, Tagore, “Listen, my heart, to the whispering of the world. That is how it makes love to you.” 

While photographing in the Highlands or the Hebrides of Scotland, I sense that connection to nature."

Auburn Public Library

Inspirations

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Ron Rosenstock has on-going exhibits at the Auburn Public Library and at the Holden Senior Center. He has exhibited in numerous venues around the world. If you are interested in having exhibition of Ron’s photographs at your institution, please contact me linda@sbrognaart.com or call me at

508-318-3267.

Some of the countries to be exhibited at the Auburn Public Library include:

Ireland

Botanicals

Scotland

Japan

Vinalhaven, Maine

Recent Works from Around the World

 

The viewing of these exhibits is open to the public free of charge. The exhibition is at the Auburn Public Library, 369 Southbridge St., in the Merriam Room during normal operating hours of the library, excluding times when a program is in progress in the room. The public is welcome to call the library at 508-832-7790 to determine program times to ensure the room will be open upon their visit.

 

Ron’s photos and books are available for purchase to help you remember the exhibits and inspire you for years to come.

 

For more information about Ron, please visit his website www.ronrosenstock.com

Auburn Public Library & Holden Senior Center

Inspirations

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Ron Rosenstock studied photography with Minor White in private workshops and has had over 150 exhibits in museums and galleries in the United States and abroad. He has published six books that feature his photography and written numerous articles for photography magazines worldwide. He has been teaching the art and craft of photography since 1969 and has also been a member of the United States State Department’s Art for Embassies program since 1998.
Refreshments will be served. Ron Rosenstock is being represented by Sbrogna’s Artistic Promotions.

Worcester Senior Center  |  Tuesday, May 14 • 11 am-12 noon

Ron Rosenstock's Artist Reception

"Carmella's Dream" composed by Mauro DePasquale performed by Jazzed Up Trio

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