Edward Garbarino is an accomplished fine art photographer whose work has been exhibited in art galleries, photographic centers and universities in the United States and Europe. His photographic art has been published in national and international photographic journals. Garbarino’s photographic work is included in the WCP permanent photography collection housed at the Samuel Dorskey Museum at The State University of New York Located at New Paltz.
Exhibition venues at which his work has been shown include:
Publications Include, among others:
Garbarino has been a member of the Board of Directors of The Center For Photography at Woodstock, a member of the Board of Advisors of The Myhelan Cultural Arts Alliance as well as a member of the Myhelan Artists Network and the Photography Forum of NJ and has taught photographic vision and craft at Myhelan. He has been a member of the Art Selection Committee at The Smithy Center for the Arts in Cooperstown N.Y. and has also served as an exhibition curator at the Smithy. Additionally, he is a juried member of The Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen in Photography.
His photographic education Includes The Parsons School of Design, The School Of Visual Arts, The International Center For Photography, The Maine Photo Workshops and WCP. He has studied and worked with numerous artists who include Duane Michaels, Lucien Clergue, Ernst Haas, Mary Ellen Mark, Ernestine Rubin, Andrea Modica, Larry Fink and numerous others. Garbarino resides and has his studio in Oneonta, NY.