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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.


> 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)


> ‘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


Embracing the creative vibes. This piece is a collage of multiple images manipulated with digital

Botanical Broadcast

Joanne Henig
Strategically placed seating within the manicured landscapes of The Landcraft Gardens

Come Sit With Me (Long Island, NY)

Joanne Henig
It's February! A pair of skis and a leftover Christmas wreath is the perfect combination to display

Xs&Os (Vermont, USA)

Joanne Henig
As the weather heads towards its annual winter slumber, the golf courses empty out and the birds

See You Next Spring (Long Island, NY)

Joanne Henig
Strolling through one of Long Island's many #CountyParks I spotted the remains of a vehicle that

No Vehicle

Joanne Henig
A young cowgirl sits atop her horse at the V-6 ranch against a stark background on a heavily

Cowgirl Silhouette

Joanne Henig
Just some of the hundreds of pilings that remain in the waters along the shoreline of Brooklyn.

The Ghosts of Brooklyn Past

Joanne Henig
The tools of the trade for a horse and cattle rancher. Photographed while on the V6 Ranch in

Tools Of The Trade

Joanne Henig
Exposed are the remains of a bulkhead and dock that have been consumed by Long Island's Great South

Exposed I

Joanne Henig
Exposed are the remains of a bulkhead and dock that have been consumed by Long Island's Great South

Exposed II

Joanne Henig
Exposed are the remains of a bulkhead and dock that have been consumed by Long Island's Great South

Exposed III

Joanne Henig
Add artful appeal and tranquility to your home or office. Melville's Barn is a lovely addition to

Melville’s Barn

Joanne Henig
This gentle marble angel sculpture watches over all those who believe.

Watch Over Me (San Juan, Puerto Rico)

Joanne Henig
I found the dying tree, the neglected oversized shed, the stack of used tires and the red brick

Needs Paint (Virginia, USA)

Joanne Henig
Photographer: Joanne Henig Photography Date: August, 2008 Location: Great South Bay, Long Island, NY

Old Glory

Joanne Henig

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