Linsay Morrison-Taylor

graphic, left bracketI approach my work with honesty and I feel that as a result, it has a sense of nostalgia. I see that as a reflection of who I am, as an artist and a human being. For me, black and white photography evokes a feeling of timelessness and is intrinsic to the beauty of the subjects I record. Photography is my tool for achieving a sensation of experience of a time that has passed, or the feeling of time stopping still. The ambiguity in my images allows for imagination and meditation; my work recalls feelings rather than facts. It is curious to me how the mind will make associations when only suggestions are given. Art has an irrefutable power to transform the way one looks at the world. This is what fascinates me and inspires me to be an artist.graphic, left bracket
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Meditation No. 1
2008, black & white digital print
36 x 36”

Photography - Sculpture

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