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Linda Plunkett, In the Quiet Light #3
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Linda Plunkett, In the Quiet Light #3


In the Quiet Light #3
96 x 75 cm Framed / 86 x 65cm Unframed
Edition of 10
 Framed / €851 Unframed  (includes 13.5% VAT)


About the Artist

Linda Plunkett is a Dublin based fine art photographer. Her photographs are of the natural world: intimate portraits of landscape that render nature from the inside out, inviting the viewer to feel what the poet Gerard Manley Hopkins called the ‘deep down things’. The work explores themes of transition and ambiguity, seeking out the in-between in nature where space and time become fluid.

The expressive nature of this work a is influenced by the painterly aesthetic employed by nineteenth century Pictorialists. It is grounded in the materiality of photography and its various processes including post-production and printing using materials such as gold leaf, gouache paint and distinctive Japanese papers using a traditional etching press.

Linda holds an Honours BA in Photography from IADT, Dublin and her work is held in several public and private art collections in at home and abroad. Her work is represented in Ireland by SO Fine Art Editions, Dublin.


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Alternatively, free Click-and-Collect is available from The Library Project at 4 Temple Bar Street, D02YK53 during opening hours.




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