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Joanne Henig

NY|Displaying Since 2020

Joanne Henig

 

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BIO: Joanne Henig is a photographer from New York, best known for her nature landscape and waterscape images. She has traveled the world as a professional photographer for more than 20 years. Her artistry has been recognized in numerous gallery exhibits, and in print publications, and is on permanent display throughout the United States. Finished art pieces of Henig’s work can be found in both private and corporate collections.

Joanne shares her artistic vision and knowledge with other photographers while assisting them in building a saleable art portfolio. Henig leads photography tours and workshops; is a curator of photography exhibitions; and teaches photography skills workshops and educational seminars for all levels of photography experience.

CURRENTLY ON DISPLAY:

> The Brio Yaphank, New York (Permanent display)

> Stonybrook University Hospital, Stonybrook, New York (Permanent display)

> Francis S. Gabreski Airport, Westhampton Beach, New York  (Permanent display)

> Viana Hotel & Spa, Westbury, New York (Permanent display)

PAST EXHIBITS:

> ‘Be Bold’ – (Juror) CFA Gallery

> ‘Happy Little Trees’ – Islip Arts Council Gallery

> ‘Art Of The City’ – Southhampton Cultural Center

> ‘Portals’ – Huntington Arts Center

> ‘Waterfalls and Waterflows’ – Long Island Photo Gallery

> ‘Among The Trees’ – Long Island Photo Gallery

> ‘In Vivid Color’ – Long Island Photo Gallery

> ‘Elements’ – Long Island Photo Gallery

Boats and Boating

Aerial view of the Watch Hill Channel on a Sunday morning usually displays boaters coming and going

In The Channel

Joanne Henig
Sailboats lay relatively still in the harbor in Rockport Massachusetts. The maker's post-processing

Harbor Glass (Glouchester, MA)

Joanne Henig
Lobster fishing boats anchored to their mooring in Bar Harbor, Maine. 

© Joanne Henig Photography

Moored In Bar Harbor (Maine, USA)

Joanne Henig
A beautiful seaside find as I strolled along the southern shore of Menfi, Sicily, Italy.

Beyond The Sea (Sicily, Italy)

Joanne Henig
Morro Rock is an idyllic backdrop for Morro Bay and this moored sailboat. It is the last of the

Moored In Morro Bay

Joanne Henig
A quiet creek on Long Island's North Fork sits undisturbed on a lazy Monday morning. This image

Lazy Monday Morning

Joanne Henig
Two skiffs rest side by side in a busy fishing harbor.

Side By Side (Cascais, Portugal)

Joanne Henig
Within the Gloucester Inner Harbor one can walk around and find both modern and retro vessels. This

Red Rowboat Bow

Joanne Henig
This high-quality art piece captures a lone sailboat escaping a fog bank on the open waters of the

Out Of The Mist

Joanne Henig
Shrimp boat off the shoreline of the northeast coast of Florida.

Lady Lisa

Joanne Henig
A sailor is blessed with flat seas and fair skies on the Long Island Sound. This digital art was

Smooth Sailing ‘Oil’

Joanne Henig
Photographer: Joanne Henig Photography Date: July, 2010 Location: Fire Island, Long Island, New

Stacked (Long Island, NY)

Joanne Henig
Montauk Point fishing boat heads into harbor between the jetties as the sun begins to set.

Heading Home (Long Island, NY)

Joanne Henig
This red flat bottom row boat was resting on the banks of the Davis Park Fire Island bayside

Red Row Boat (Long Island, NY)

Joanne Henig

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