Jim Sabiston currently has three limited edition pieces on display at Long Island Photo Gallery in Islip, NY. During Sabiston’s last visit we had him pose with his artwork. It’s honestly a great way to visually connect with the artists and to see the overall size of the work thru the internet.
All photographic prints offered are printed personally by Jim Sabiston in his studio using state-of-the-art papers by Hannemuhle, Moab and Ilford. Printing is performed on an Epson Pro 7900 11 color printer using the new Ultrachrome HDR inks. These are the very best museum grade, archival standard materials. The results must be seen in person. Visit the gallery to view these limited edition fine art in person.
An award-winning, freelance artist based on Long Island, Jim Sabiston’s most recent work integrates this background as a painter and photographer, resulting in very original and unique Limited Edition series based prints that combine the strongest elements of both mediums – the impressionistic and metaphorical qualities of watercolor painting with the precision and literacy of photography. Photographic giants such as Stieglitz and Steichen, as well as painters such as Andrew Wyeth continue to influence Jim as he uses intensive post-processing techniques to blend the two mediums. The resulting prints are truly unique and must be seen in person to fully appreciate their impact and character. Jim’s works have received awards from National Geographic Explorer magazine, the Adirondack Mountain Club, the Islip Arts Council, Gallery North, South Street Gallery, the Art League of Long Island, and East End Arts among others. His works have been published in various books and magazines and are part of numerous private collections.
Please contact Long Island Photo Gallery to schedule a private viewing or purchase details at 1(888) 600-5474. Long Island Photo Gallery is located at 467 Main Street in Islip, NY. The gallery is currently display artwork by over 30 local artists, explore the views of Long Island and beyond.
You can also shop Jim Sabiston’s open series at Photo Art Pavilion.