Mitch Rosen’s Colored Pencil Art
Mitch Rosen is a self-taught artist with a passion for vivid realism. Mitch strives to reproduce photographic images in exact detail using color pencils on paper. Mitch applies his medium in magnified detail to offer a naturalistic descriptive style.
His objective is to capture a precise moment that creates an emotional tie with the viewer. Mitch generally focuses on New York street scenes depicting somber moments and calm.
In 2018 Mitch’s piece “The Search for Heroes” was accepted, and is now a part of the World Trade Center Memorial Museums’ permanent collection. Additionally, Mitch’s piece “The Terminal Bar” is being proudly displayed in the Port Authority Police Academy located in Jersey City, New Jersey. The piece depicts Officer Patrick Mullally and Sergeant James Romito, who lost his life on 9/11 in the World Trade Center.
In lieu of a reception, Mitch will present a talk entitled “Policing Times Square in the 1980s” on Wednesday, June 14 at 1:30pm. All are welcome.
His work will be on exhibit throughout the months of June and July, 2023.
Exhibiting in the Gallery
We are always reviewing art exhibit now. Submit the online application first. If you qualify, we will then call you to make an appointment to bring in 3 to 5 original works. Please review our policy carefully before you apply. If you have any questions, email Ms. Molina at firstname.lastname@example.org.