Steve Ross

STEVE ROSS PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW – HIDDEN KENNEBUNKPORT

Please stop by the Business Center at the Graves Library to check out the current works of Steve (Roscoe) Ross. The Kennebunkport photographer/garbage-guru/handyman and uber-environmentalist seeks to capture a moment or feeling that’s triggered when he strides Gooch’s Beach at sunrise or visits Cape Porpoise harbor at dusk.  This series is called “Hidden Kennebunkport” and will be up through Spring of 2022.

Born in Montreal, Roscoe has been mesmerized by photography since childhood.  He was a young model at Max Sauer Studios and later joined photography groups in the city to hone his craft.  One summer during his 20s, he stuffed a Canon AE1 into his backpack and discovered that “Europe was the perfect place to play around with photography.”  Even today, he still treasures his hundreds of Kodachrome slides of schooners, forests, gardens and people.

The Library is located at 18 Maine Street, Kennebunkport.  Please call 967-2778 for more details.   We are grateful to the generosity of Kennebunk Beach Realty for sponsoring this Exhibit!  One-half of all items sold will benefit Graves Library.

STEVE ROSS PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW – HIDDEN KENNEBUNKPORT

Please stop by the Business Center at the Graves Library to check out the current works of Steve (Roscoe) Ross. The Kennebunkport photographer/garbage-guru/handyman and uber-environmentalist seeks to capture a moment or feeling that’s triggered when he strides Gooch’s Beach at sunrise or visits Cape Porpoise harbor at dusk.  This series is called “Hidden Kennebunkport” and will be up through Spring of 2022.

Born in Montreal, Roscoe has been mesmerized by photography since childhood.  He was a young model at Max Sauer Studios and later joined photography groups in the city to hone his craft.  One summer during his 20s, he stuffed a Canon AE1 into his backpack and discovered that “Europe was the perfect place to play around with photography.”  Even today, he still treasures his hundreds of Kodachrome slides of schooners, forests, gardens and people.

The Library is located at 18 Maine Street, Kennebunkport.  Please call 967-2778 for more details.   We are grateful to the generosity of Kennebunk Beach Realty for sponsoring this Exhibit!  One-half of all items sold will benefit Graves Library.

STEVE ROSS PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW – HIDDEN KENNEBUNKPORT

Please stop by the Business Center at the Graves Library to check out the current works of Steve (Roscoe) Ross. The Kennebunkport photographer/garbage-guru/handyman and uber-environmentalist seeks to capture a moment or feeling that’s triggered when he strides Gooch’s Beach at sunrise or visits Cape Porpoise harbor at dusk.  This series is called “Hidden Kennebunkport” and will be up through Spring of 2022.

Born in Montreal, Roscoe has been mesmerized by photography since childhood.  He was a young model at Max Sauer Studios and later joined photography groups in the city to hone his craft.  One summer during his 20s, he stuffed a Canon AE1 into his backpack and discovered that “Europe was the perfect place to play around with photography.”  Even today, he still treasures his hundreds of Kodachrome slides of schooners, forests, gardens and people.

The Library is located at 18 Maine Street, Kennebunkport.  Please call 967-2778 for more details.   We are grateful to the generosity of Kennebunk Beach Realty for sponsoring this Exhibit!  One-half of all items sold will benefit Graves Library.

STEVE ROSS PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW – HIDDEN KENNEBUNKPORT

Please stop by the Business Center at the Graves Library to check out the current works of Steve (Roscoe) Ross. The Kennebunkport photographer/garbage-guru/handyman and uber-environmentalist seeks to capture a moment or feeling that’s triggered when he strides Gooch’s Beach at sunrise or visits Cape Porpoise harbor at dusk.  This series is called “Hidden Kennebunkport” and will be up through Spring of 2022.

Born in Montreal, Roscoe has been mesmerized by photography since childhood.  He was a young model at Max Sauer Studios and later joined photography groups in the city to hone his craft.  One summer during his 20s, he stuffed a Canon AE1 into his backpack and discovered that “Europe was the perfect place to play around with photography.”  Even today, he still treasures his hundreds of Kodachrome slides of schooners, forests, gardens and people.

The Library is located at 18 Maine Street, Kennebunkport.  Please call 967-2778 for more details.   We are grateful to the generosity of Kennebunk Beach Realty for sponsoring this Exhibit!  One-half of all items sold will benefit Graves Library.

STEVE ROSS PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW – HIDDEN KENNEBUNKPORT

Please stop by the Business Center at the Graves Library to check out the current works of Steve (Roscoe) Ross. The Kennebunkport photographer/garbage-guru/handyman and uber-environmentalist seeks to capture a moment or feeling that’s triggered when he strides Gooch’s Beach at sunrise or visits Cape Porpoise harbor at dusk.  This series is called “Hidden Kennebunkport” and will be up through Spring of 2022.

Born in Montreal, Roscoe has been mesmerized by photography since childhood.  He was a young model at Max Sauer Studios and later joined photography groups in the city to hone his craft.  One summer during his 20s, he stuffed a Canon AE1 into his backpack and discovered that “Europe was the perfect place to play around with photography.”  Even today, he still treasures his hundreds of Kodachrome slides of schooners, forests, gardens and people.

The Library is located at 18 Maine Street, Kennebunkport.  Please call 967-2778 for more details.   We are grateful to the generosity of Kennebunk Beach Realty for sponsoring this Exhibit!  One-half of all items sold will benefit Graves Library.

STEVE ROSS PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW – HIDDEN KENNEBUNKPORT

Please stop by the Business Center at the Graves Library to check out the current works of Steve (Roscoe) Ross. The Kennebunkport photographer/garbage-guru/handyman and uber-environmentalist seeks to capture a moment or feeling that’s triggered when he strides Gooch’s Beach at sunrise or visits Cape Porpoise harbor at dusk.  This series is called “Hidden Kennebunkport” and will be up through Spring of 2022.

Born in Montreal, Roscoe has been mesmerized by photography since childhood.  He was a young model at Max Sauer Studios and later joined photography groups in the city to hone his craft.  One summer during his 20s, he stuffed a Canon AE1 into his backpack and discovered that “Europe was the perfect place to play around with photography.”  Even today, he still treasures his hundreds of Kodachrome slides of schooners, forests, gardens and people.

The Library is located at 18 Maine Street, Kennebunkport.  Please call 967-2778 for more details.   We are grateful to the generosity of Kennebunk Beach Realty for sponsoring this Exhibit!  One-half of all items sold will benefit Graves Library.

STEVE ROSS PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW – DECEMBER 12 @ 11:00 AM

Join us for a open house on Sunday, December 12 from 11:00 to 3:00 featuring the work of Steve (Roscoe) Ross. The Kennebunkport photographer/garbage-guru/handyman and uber-environmentalist seeks to capture a moment or feeling that’s triggered when he strides Gooch’s Beach at sunrise or visits Cape Porpoise harbor at dusk.  

Born in Montreal, Roscoe has been mesmerized by photography since childhood.  He was a young model at Max Sauer Studios and later joined photography groups in the city to hone his craft.  One summer during his 20s, he stuffed a Canon AE1 into his backpack and discovered that “Europe was the perfect place to play around with photography.”  Even today, he still treasures his hundreds of Kodachrome slides of schooners, forests, gardens and people.

The Library is located at 18 Maine Street, Kennebunkport.  Please call 967-2778 for more details.  Parking Available – Maine Street and Consolidated School.  We are grateful to the generosity of Kennebunk Beach Realty for sponsoring this Exhibit!  One-half of all items sold will benefit Graves Library.

PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW – AUGUST 14 @ 5:00 PM

Join us for a special celebration on Saturday, August 14 @ 5:00 pm of the “Trash Guys” Steve (Roscoe) Ross and Dave Ogden. Their friendship and good work sparked a news story well known through the Kennebunks and beyond. While out and about with their buckets and tongs picking up garbage every morning, Steve eyes possible images to be saved forever on his camera. Steve’s photographs will be available for sale through 2021. One-half of all items sold will benefit Graves Library. Wine and Hors-D’oeuvres will be served. The Library is located at 18 Maine Street, Kennebunkport.  Please call 967-2778 for more details.  Parking Available – Maine Street and Consolidated School. 

R.S.V.P. to the Library (967-2778) or  ml@graves.lib.me.us no later than August 6

We would not be able to host this show without the generosity of Kennebunk Beach Realty.