In its continuing partnership with Astoria Federal Savings, the Babylon Village Arts Council is pleased to announce that its artist members will be participating in the Rotational Art Program at the bank located at 180 West Main Street, Babylon Village. Beginning in April Edward Mooney, photographer. will be exhibiting his work.
Edward Mooney has been taking photos for almost 25 years but didn’t begin to share them with the public until 2002.Ed spent his very early years in Brooklyn; so of course he has a true love for Brooklyn and New York City. The rest of his life has been spent on the beautiful South Shore of Long Island. He’s lucky to be surrounded by inspiring locations from New York City to Fire Island, from the Hamptons to “The End,” Montauk Point. He came to know that his “view” of the world is slightly different because of what is now known to be a common ailment, dyslexia. Ed thinks his dyslexia helps him see things in a different light from most people.
Ed’s “exceptional eyes” and his love of the water have helped him capture some breathtaking moments. His love of boating, bridges, lighthouses, fishing, sunrises, sunsets, flowers and hot-air ballooning can be seen not only here, but also on his website: www.edwardmooneyphotography.com.
Ed has exhibited at Stony Brook University Hospital, Montauk Point and Wyland Gallery, just to name a few. His work is on display at Montauk Point, in the Fire Island Lighthouse, and at Village Art and Frame in Babylon, New York
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