Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery is pleased to announce that fine art photographer Linda Greenwood has been named as the Gallery’s new featured artist and she will now be promoted by the gallery for the next 30 days.
Linda Greenwood grew up on Long Island, New York. Many visits to art museums in Manhattan with her mother served as a base for growing a love of art that was nurtured then and continued to develop when she later traveled abroad.
Opportunities to pursue her interest in photography once again became available after retiring from a business career a few years ago. She could then focus on picture making and on learning how to use digital equipment and image-editing programs.
Greenwood has taken classes in art and photography at The Sharon Art Center in Peterborough NH and with the CALL Adult Education Program at Keene State College.
Greenwood completed Project 365 in 2015, meeting a personal challenge to shoot at least one photograph every day of the year. “It definitely made me so much more aware of the world around me, which inspired me to try to take even more significant photos!”
Linda Greenwood is intrigued with the process of catching nature’s splendor in her distinctive photographs. Creating a mood and a feeling through images for an observer is key for Greenwood.
She takes pride in turning ordinary objects and landscapes into artistic creations and is thrilled to have opportunities to shoot photographs in New Hampshire, especially while walking, hiking and bicycling back country roads and cross country skiing in the woods.
She likes to capture the life cycle of flowers from budding to fading, as well as the change in New England seasons, in a way that features both the beauty and the reality of existence. She feels that it is vital to look for the lines, shapes and colors in nature that will produce a significant and imaginative photograph.
She exhibits her work locally in shows in the Monadnock Region of southern New Hampshire. Greenwood is a member of the Monadnock Camera Club, Monadnock Area Art Association and the Dublin Art Colony. firstname.lastname@example.org