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1570 Gallery at Valley Manor Presents: “Captured Moments” Photography by Joann K. Long and Regina O. Muscarella

July 28, 2023

Joann K. Long

Fueled by the love of nature and animals and a background in photography classes at Rochester Institute of Technology, Joann K. Long seeks to tell a story with her images while sharing their beauty. Always asking questions and experimenting with techniques, she’s discovered a deep passion that reveals the magic her images hope to express. Joann has exhibited her work in many galleries, successfully competed in multiple national competitions and has been published in various magazines and print publications.

With a dedicated belief in helping others and donating her time, Joann volunteers her photographic services for the Genesee Country  Museum and is a volunteer firefighter for the East Bloomfield Holcomb Fire Department.  She is currently the Education Chair for the Finger Lakes Photography Guild and enjoys living in the small town of Bloomfield on her farm.

You can see more of Joann’s work on her website and Facebook page Photography. Joann hopes you enjoy her perspective of the magnificence all around us!

Regina O. Muscarella

Regina O. Muscarella is a Victor-based photographer whose varied interests can be seen in her work. Her images have been featured on and in 55 Plus, a local magazine highlighting retirees. She has exhibited at the Cobblestone Art Center in Farmington, 1570 Gallery in Rochester, The Dove Project in Geneva and Image City Gallery in Rochester. She is a proud volunteer photographer for the Genesee Country Village and Museum, and her images can be seen on the GCV&M website, Facebook and Instagram pages and seasonal brochures. She is a member of the Finger Lakes Photography Guild, the WNY Photo Walkers and Finger Lakes Professional Photographers Society of New York.

“Anyone can take a great snapshot, but it takes something extra to create a great photographic image. I try to capture the splendid minutiae of everyday life, and celebrate the beauty and power of nature.” To see more of Regina’s work, go to


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