31 – Linda Sutton

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front yard at 4422  Canoga Ave. Woodland Hills CA 91364
front yard at 4422 ...


370 Victoria Loop, Cape George,
Port Townsend, Washington 98368
Telephone: (818) 419-7560
Web site: www.lindasuttonphoto.com
E-mail: [email protected]


Film? Digital? Manipulated? Or not enhanced? My images span the length of my lifetime from the earliest Ektachromes to the present mega-megabyte digitals.
In my gallery, you will find a selection from throughout my lifetime and have an opportunity to see and discuss any of the differences you notice between these technologies. There are several examples of negative film images that have been revived and transformed.

Directions to studio:

From Port Townsend, go south on Route 20 and turn right on Discovery Road, then right on Cape George Road, then right into the Cape George COLONY Road. Another right on N. Palmer and drive to the end where it becomes Victoria Loop.

Artist statement:

Remembering Paul Simon’s lyrics, “Please don’t take my Kodachrome away,” we now are in that time zone as film has been overtaken by digital images and Photoshop. My work includes both film and digital images.
I will be exhibiting selections from a number of my series including the “Jellies”– a high contrast black and white series hand printed in a darkroom before it was torn down. Like much of my work, these convey a peaceful and quiet places in our world.

Studio open by appointment during the remainder of the year

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