Juergen Roth Galleries

Juergen Roth GalleriesJuergen Roth was born and raised in Bergisch Gladbach, a mid-sized town near Cologne, Germany. In 1988, he moved to West Berlin and following the historic fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 he enjoyed exploring the reunited city and the lost natural environment surrounding it. From 2001 he has been living in the Greater Boston area with his wife Helen and daughter Nina. Juergen Roth Galleries are currently operating out of Natick, Massachusetts.

Juergen Roth has participated in many local New England art events and shows where his photography images achieved numerous honors. In 2015, Juergen’s iconic Boston skyline photo Welcome to the Great City of Boston was recognized with the Kusmin Gallery Award for “Best in New England” at the competitive fine art of photography exhibition at the Plymouth Center for the Arts. Equally notable, in 2014 Serene Cape Cod was awarded “Highly Commended” by a panel of world famous photographers in the prestigious U.S.A. Landscape Photographer of the Year photo contest. He is a regular contributor to Apogee Photo Magazine where provides photo tips and shares his knowledge in articles. His award-winning photo art has been published in many books, calendars and magazines throughout the world and decorates many homes, offices, hotels and healthcare centers throughout the United States of America and worldwide. Juergen Roth Galleries specializes in all things photography that capture the pulse and spirit of New England and Boston. His high-resolution gigapixel photography images capture large crowds of commencements and sport events, i.e. Boston University, New England Patriots and are also used by art consultants and interior designers for large photo prints and wall art murals.

Juergen finds inspiration in Boston when not Chasing the Light at nearby gardens and wildlife sanctuaries and the beautiful landscapes and seascapes of New England state or national parks and forests. He has always regarded nature as the ultimate inspiration.

“The question is not what you look at, but what you see.” – HENRY D. THOREAU


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