A new body of work by digital / holographic artist,
Linda Law, also known as The Greenwoman.
My work is primarily about making connection to Nature.
In these latest works I have been shooting sequences. They read from left to right, top to bottom - they tell a story. The story is about being present in that moment, about focussed attention in the moments recorded and presented here. It is about seeing Light, reflected back to our eyes from the infinite number of surfaces and interfaces that surround us, each one a point of connection to a vast living, breathing Universe. It is feeling what it is like to be present with the flow of the river, it is seeing the richness of the golden late afternoon light of the sun and feeling the warmth on our skin. It is the action of breathing in and knowing that this element, oxygen, totally essential to our lives, is produced by the teaming green plant world that surrounds us. It is the action of breathing out and knowing that all plants need our carbon dioxide to produce energy in their green chlorophyll filled cells.
My hope is that in viewing these sequences you will experience a series of moments recorded when I interacted with Nature, when I “plugged in” and everything flowed. Photography, for me, has always been a tool to facilitate that transition. It focusses my seeing, my senses become heightened, all of them, and there is this feeling of being at home. I’ve returned home.
By the action of stepping into the natural world and being present in the moment we are directly connected to a greater realm of consciousness. How deeply we connect is determined by our own ability to come to a focus and to allow an energetic shift to occur. It is all about resonance - the shift happens when we slow down and allow ourselves to resonate at this different frequency.
Then we step into a bigger realm.
Each of these panels is 44” high with widths that vary in size up to a maximum of 80”. I have included a slideshow (with some of the pieces) of the individual images which gives a much more detailed view of each of the panels. Each panel is being made as an edition of 10 at these large sizes.