Virginia Mallon’s collection of photographs titled Eighty Miles a Day is possibly the first of its kind to document Americana through the lens of a dirty window on the Long Island Rail Road. This journey, of over twenty thousand miles, normally short on zen and fraught with delays, produced a remarkable series of images which capture the ever changing ambiance of this rural to urban landscape.
Select work from the series, part of the WAS Biennale, will be shown at Crab Meadow Beach,
Waterside on Waterside Road, Northport, NY on Saturday, October 22nd from noon until 2:00 pm.
Find the full program 2016 visit www.wasbiennale.com.
For more information on this artist, visit www.VirginiaMallon.com