Ron Rosenstock from Holden, MA has been leading International Photography tours for fifty years. He is a member of the U.S. State Department’s Art for Embassies program. His photographs have been exhibited in the Worcester Art Museum in Worcester, MA, the National Museum of Iceland in Reykjavik, Iceland and over one hundred galleries worldwide. He is represented by Sbrogna’s Artistic Promotions from Auburn, MA.
He is currently exhibiting at the Auburn Public Library located on 369 Southbridge Street in Auburn, MA. This remarkable and beautiful exhibition is entitled “Inspirations.”

Here is Ron’s brief summary of his current exhibit:
“My personal goal is to be in communion with the land. For me photographing the landscape of Iceland is like experiencing the birth of our planet where natural forces are still at work creating and shaping the land. I feel that remarkable energy in Iceland and strive to express it through my photographs.”

His next scheduled exhibition is entitled, “Italy” which will be on view in the Auburn Public Library from January 7th to February 19th, 2019.

Here is Ron’s brief summary of his upcoming “Italy” exhibit:
“I have walked down the same streets as Leonardo DaVinci and Michelangelo once did. Italy is a place where you can feel the atmosphere of the Renaissance in the buildings, the cobbled streets, the vineyards and olive groves.”

The viewing of these exhibits are available to the public free of charge and are located in the Merriam room during all 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 your visit.

The beauty of our world can be seen through Ron’s lifelong photography work. We hope you can visit the Auburn Public Library to enjoy his photographs, books and to see future exhibits.