Keehn Gray had his studio in San Francisco in the late ‘60s and expressed his talents in commercial and fine art photography until he suffered a major stroke on February 21, 2007 while “recovering” from heart surgery.
Despite countless efforts at rehabilitation and therapy, his left side is paralyzed, which means he cannot practice his beloved photography. Fortunately, some of Keehn’s works were printed, framed and matted prior to his stroke. Keehn’s famous wit and humor are intact.
Here are a few samples of his spectacular work.
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