I’m Agneta M. Lindh, rooted in the embrace of trees and lakes. Nature fuels my art; I climb
mountains, balance stones, and walk on ice. In the ’80s, I delved into photography,
blending darkroom mastery and artistic techniques. My studies in art history shaped my love
for light and shadows, drawn from French Impressionism and the compositions of P.S. Krøyer and Carl Larsson.
The DUO Collection is my canvas, where Intentional Camera Movement (ICM) is the foundation. I explore boundaries, welcoming trial and error as my guide. As a Michigan State
University Coursera alum, I mentored aspiring photographers from 2017 to 2020. My passion
extends to teaching and hosting nature workshops like ‘Mindful Photography – Reconnecting with Nature.’
The Moments Collection, a subset of ten pieces, emerged from my exploration of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s Nature’s color wheel. This exhibition, a labor of love, captures light, shadows, and emotions. Mindfulness guides every photograph: ‘What do you SEE? What do you HEAR? What do you FEEL?
Read my book Painting with the Camera for free on Issuu.
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