Alex Ferrone Photography Gallery Travels The World With Three Award-winning Photographers.
"Globetrotting" - an exciting new exhibit at the Alex Ferrone Photography Gallery on the North Fork takes us around the world with a selection of photographs from the journeys of three East Coast photographers, Susan Dooley, Ray Germann, and Dave Burns. Meet the artists at the opening reception Saturday, October 3 from 6-8pm and enjoy local wine from Pellegrini Vineyards and hors d'oeuvres. "Globetrotting" runs through November 15.
View "Globetrotting" from October 3 through November 15, 2015, and join Susan Dooley, Ray Germann, and Dave Burns for a Free Gallery Talk on Sunday, October 18 from 1:00-3:00 PM to hear the discussion about their adventures and works. Light lunch included, reservations required. "Globetrotting" Exhibit and Gallery Talk are sponsored by Abatelli Realty of Cutchogue.
Alex Ferrone Photography Gallery is at 25425 Main Road, Cutchogue. Hours are 11am - 6pm Thursday through Saturday; 11-5 Sunday; and also by appointment. Call 631-734-8545 for more info or visit AlexFerroneGallery.com
A Long Island-based photojournalist, documentary photographer, curator, and educator, Susan Dooley's artistic education includes a BS in Journalism and Mass Communications from the University of Illinois and an MFA in Photography from Long Island University, C.W. Post. As a freelance photographer and a staff photographer for newspapers for the past 30 years, Ms. Dooley also taught photography in Arizona, California and New York, having recently retired as a Full Professor and Chair of the Art Department at Nassau Community College on Long Island. As an artist, Ms. Dooley's photographs and photographic essays covering subjects that include AIDS, breast cancer, African-American Women, and Asia, parallel her daily life and her travels and have been exhibited widely in galleries, museums, libraries and universities in the U.S., Canada, Russia, and Asia. She is a founding member of Fotofoto Gallery in Huntington, NY and has served in curatorial roles in both China and the U.S.
Award-winning photographer Ray Germann photographs mainly in black & white, and his twenty-five years experience working in the traditional black & white wet darkroom helps him produce digital prints today with a similar look and quality to the photographic papers of old. Long Island based, Germann's 35+ years of photographing New York City street scenes, people, architecture, and neighborhoods is officially catalogued in the New York Historical Society's permanent collection. Ray's work has been exhibited extensively in galleries and is part of several other permanent museum collections including The Heckscher Museum of Art and The Museum of the City of New York. Additional photographic projects of Ray's include documenting landscapes and small towns of New York's Fingerlake and Adirondack regions, Long Island, New England, and the American West. Awards received include achievements from New York Daily News, New York State, and Adirondack Life Magazine.
Based in Boston with family ties to the East End of Long Island, award-winning photographer, Dave Burns specializes in wildlife, travel, and landscape photography having photographically chronicled his journeyed experiences from more than 25 countries over the past 20 years. Classically trained in the black & white darkroom, Burns presently works digitally from capture to print and also experiments with different technologies and approaches including infrared photography. Dave furthers his love for global adventure and shares his familiarities through his photo safari tours company, providing clients with unique travel and photographic experiences in exotic locations such as the African Savanna. A member of the North American Nature Photography Association, Dave has exhibited in many galleries and his works are part of numerous private collections.