Artwork by Jim Rossol
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Light Duty by Jim Rossol
Ridges Repose by Jim Rossol
End of an Era by Jim Rossol
Double Cross by Jim Rossol
Eggadelic by Jim Rossol
A Bunch of Bull by Jim Rossol
Feeling Blue by Jim Rossol
Vortex by Jim Rossol
Maggie by Jim Rossol
Pier To The Mainland by Jim Rossol
The Loyalty Building by Jim Rossol
Supporting The Opposition by Jim Rossol
Riveting by Jim Rossol
No ferry Today by Jim Rossol
Honey I'm Home by Jim Rossol
La Palma by Jim Rossol
Framed Reflection by Jim Rossol
Toft Soft by Jim Rossol
Eye Contact by Jim Rossol
The Magic Carpet Ride by Jim Rossol
Mr. Fastball by Jim Rossol
Paralell Progression by Jim Rossol
The Gate Keeper by Jim Rossol
County Fair Flavor by Jim Rossol
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About Jim Rossol
Jim is an award winning fine art photographer having won 2nd place in the 2010 Around the County photo contest. He received "Photography of Note" designation in the 2014 Peninsula Pulse Hal Prize competition and his photo "County Fair Flavor" was used as a cover page in the August 7th, 2014 News and Events section of the newspaper. In 2018, Jim's "Pennant Play" was one of thirty one entries out of over one hundred submissions juried in to The Peninsula School of Art's first ever student/member teacher exhibition and it won third place in the competition. His entry "Pearls and Ribbons of Light" was selected for a Single Image award in the BLACK & WHITE Magazine's Single Image Contest 2019. The image was published in Special Issue #137. BLACK & WHITE Magazine has world wide distribution and it's readers are collectors of fine art black and white photography.
Rossol has frequently been juried into the Guenzel Gallery at The Peninsula School of Art, The Hardy Gallery, The Cedarburg Art Museum, and The Miller Art Museum.
He has exhibited additionally at Glas Coffee, Blue Bistro, YMCA Northern Door, Cornerstone Pub, Thyme Cuisine, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Gallery, The Third Avenue Play House Lobby Gallery, The Door County Auditorium Link Gallery, The Greco Gallery, and The Meadow lane Gallery.
Rossol retired early from a sucessful sales and marketing career and considers himself lucky to be able to now have the time to pursue one of his lifelong hobbies of photography in his once long time vacation destination as a full tine resident of Door County Wisconsin.
He began photography at a very early age sparked by a family trip to New York City. The lights, shadows, colors, shapes, and lines of the city hooked him on photography. He can remember his parents yelling at him to stop leaning out of the hotel window with his camera to take photos. He used slide film back then which in retrospect he feels sharpened his composition skills as there is no post processing in that medium. Joining the camera club in high school enabled Jim the use of a dark room which introduced him to developing, and making prints from film.
Jim obtained a B.S. degree in Journalism and Communications from the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana which he believes strengthened his discipline. He enjoys the friendship, mentoring, and classes taken from Suzanne Rose and the classes taken from Daniel Anderson. Always trying to improve, he successfully completed numerous photography classes at The Peninsula School of Art, The Clearing Folk School, and the Bjorklunden campus of Lawrence University and continues taking classes that elevates his craft.
His published book: County Fair Flavor, A Photographic Essay can be previewed at https://www.blurb.com/b/4623686-conty-fair-flavor.