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40 Photos For The Cure

October 22nd, 2013

40 Photos For The Cure

In honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and a cousin and close friend who is currently battling breast cancer, freelance photographer Marianne A. Campolongo is donating half of her net profits from all of her pink artwork sold throughout the month of October to the Susan G. Komen Fund for the Cure. Whether you want to start your holiday shopping early or treat yourself to something beautiful to put on your wall, hurry over to her online gallery by October 31, 2013 and buy art in support of this endeavor. You can find her photos on holiday greeting cards and iPhone cases as well as in frames or as loose prints, on both large and small canvas, on metal and acrylic. Whether your tastes run to intense pink sunsets by the shore, views of New England lighthouses at twilight, bold pink flowers and butterflies, or large abstract works, you are sure to find something to inspire you. There are several series available as well and interior designers are encouraged to check out the...

Artist Marianne Campolongo Shows New Work

March 29th, 2012

Artist Marianne Campolongo Shows New Work

Westchester photographer Marianne Campolongo has been invited by the Croton Council on the Arts again this year to show a piece in the Photographers of Northern Westchester Art show which opens with a reception and refreshments on Sunday April 1 from 4 - 6 pm. The show runs for a week from April 2 -8, 2012. Gallery hours are Monday - Friday, April 2-6, from 6 to 8 pm; Saturday and Sunday, April and 8, from 2 to 5 pm and is free to the public.

This Spring, roughly 60 invited photographers will show their work at the Unitarian-Universalist Fellowship Meeting House in Croton. The show features every style of photography from still life to landscape, portrait to documentary, using traditional photographic processes, digital photography and/or computer-enhancements. Most works are for sale. Ms. Camplongo's new signed piece "Magnolias II" is a classic photograph, printed using a traditional photo chemical process on archival paper and is framed using the highest quality museum...