In her “I See Red” images series Linda Warlond has focused her insight upon the many aspects of the colour Red. Red can both focus and intensify the viewers attention, or can mask the everyday in a differently hued cloak, reimbued with the many visual emotions and associated meanings of the colour Red.
“Making the move from my usual photographic palette of full colour or black and white into the Red spectrum was a cleansing experience. I was introduced immediately to a new visual world using my on camera red filter. I found I could strip back my images, refine and re-present them in an entirely new context.”
Linda Warlond is best known for her recent award winning images for both Portrait and Animal photography. She has been professionally photographing for 18 years.
Linda is now exploring and adding a more personal and creative photographic style into her repertoire. This new body of work sees her sidelining the more defined and static aspects of realistic portraiture and moving more into the realms of light, shadow and near abstraction. She sees her wide-ranging subjects now presenting themselves as opportunities for reinterpretation and change.
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