Tommy Brunhuber explains, “My “career” as a photographer is still very much in its infancy and I am by no means a professional, but I am humbly willing to learn as much as I can.” Well Tommy, with your membership in Long Island Photo Gallery, you are beginning to move your career forward. We encourage Tommy, as well as all of our members, to update their images in the gallery and their images offered for sale on the website, on a regular basis. Attend our field trips (May 8, 2010, Vanderbilt Museum, Centerport, Long Island) and our critique sessions (April 14th, 2010 at 7:00 PM). Read and post to this blog as well. Challenge yourself everyday! I look back at my work when I first started Long Island Photo Gallery with Jessica Hirschmann and I can’t believe how much my work has improved. You all will improve too. Practice, share, grow.
Newest member Edward Mooney has “his work exhibited in several galleries on Long Island and also at the Fire Island, Montauk Point and Horton Lighthouses.” Eddie also has his own website and blog. His distinguished career as a fine art photographer has work exhibited at the Village Art and Frame in Babylon and the Seafarer Gift Shop in Sayville. We are delighted to have his work exhibited here, on the Long Island Photo Gallery website, and we hope to see his framed pieces in our Bohemia gallery soon.
With every new member that joins, the exposure for all of us grows. Each of us has a unique artistry. As we grow, we will be able to offer a greater variety of fine art to a general public that is hungry for Long Island Fine Art Photography for their home and office.