Keith Rossein, since retiring in 2018, has committed to taking his serious photography hobby to the next level and making his images available to others. Keith recently had three images accepted - "Up," "Time Travel" and "Passage" – into the Juried show “Portals” for the Long Island Photo Gallery at the Huntington Art Center and was awarded 2nd PLACE for “Up.” He has had photos accepted into the following juried art exhibits: “African Treeline” – Arborescent – Resembling Trees Exhibition at the Alex Ferrone Gallery; “Snow Covered Trees” – Winter: National Juried Small Works Exhibition at the Alex Ferrone Gallery; “Mother and Child” – Art at 50-Plus Virtual Exhibition at the Islip Art Museum; "Signs of the Time" - Forever Young Virtual Exhibition at the Islip Art Museum; “Rural Conservatives” and “Trashed Trailer Park” – Americana Exhibition at the Long Island Photo Gallery; and “Fiery Sky” and “Klipvis Fish” – In Vivid Color at the Long Island Photo Gallery; "Fractured Beauty" and "Butterfly Close-Up" (won HONORABLE MENTION) - Butterflies at the Long Island Photo Gallery; "Imagine the Riviera" - Coastal virtual exhibit at the Long Island Photo Gallery; As is often said, “Art is in the eyes of the beholder.” Keith uses certain guiding principles of perspective, lines, light, shadows, reflections and framing in his photographs to bring out the beauty of nature and our surroundings. He has a deep passion for photographing landscapes and waterscapes, Americana, images in black & white, botanical settings and experimenting in “artsy images.” Check out his original photos that have been digitally enhanced to look like paintings on canvas.

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