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Linda Riseley uses Digital Artworks to express the wordless but loud voice of the heart and the truth that lies within. They are inspired by a personal understanding of the world she inhabits and her own spiritual journey. These poetic visualisations portray the essence of her experiences and are translated into a moving form that touch our emotions and speak to our soul.
Her work Distortions deals with the unseen pain of youth and the uplifting wisdom that is learned from the journey. It goes beyond the borders of the human condition and speaks the truth in a universal way. Grinding away at the heart we search for the light within us, clouded by deeds, thoughts, feelings of darkness and a blurred reality we look for our way through the distorted mirrors of our perceptions.
Linda’s Projection is designed to move the viewer through the room of her mind.
Dedicated to Digital Art and Projection with its limitless possibility, her work is complex and intense. Images linger. The more you look, the more you are drawn into its hypnotic spell. On all levels, Linda’s work resonates with the senses. Distortions has been translated into Spanish and screened in Barcelona and Madrid.
Distortions has just been successfully translated into French by Tasmanian Textile Artist Laurence Harriman and will be promoted though out France by her latter this year.
ISSN 1799-8549 (Painettu/Printed)
ISSN 1799-8557 (Verkkolehti/Online)
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