Keehn Gray

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Keehn Gray

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.

See more work on pica­s­aweb.

2 thoughts on “Keehn Gray”

  1. Elva Pera Kelly says:

    I would like to receive more infor­ma­tion on Keehn Gray. I am sure this is the same lovely man I knew in San Fran­cisco in the early 1970s. Infor­ma­tion would be appre­ci­ated. His photos are as lovely as I remember.

  2. Cedric smith says:

    keehn boy, love you more, give me a bang on the pipes in nyc.

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