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Linda Katsoulos

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Metro © Linda Katsoulos
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The River Seine
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Georgia
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Vincent
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The Seventh
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le louvre
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Notre Dame
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Notre Dame de Paris
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Place St. Michel
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Cartier
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27 rue de fleurus- home of Gertrude Stein
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The People of the Seine
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Rive Gauche
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Jardin du Luxembourg
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I.E.Pei Pyramid / leLouvre
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Hemingway's Paris
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House of Dior
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NY Public Library
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NY Public Library Lobby
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NY Public Library Detail © Linda Katsoulos
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Encounter
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Gondola Detail
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Gondolas
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Rue de le Odeon
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
New York
Lives in
New York
Works in
New York
Schools
New School for Social Research
Parsons School of Design
Statement

Photography, it is light and form. The transformation of an object to image is more about creating than documenting.  I see the world differently through the lens. Colors are more vibrant, shapes become almost animated, I can't explain it, but it happens.   Recently,  I have included a new layer to my work--seeing in the abstract--, but in doing so, NEVER, NEVER losing what I think is one of the most important aspects of art, and that is beauty.  

I strive to remove the lines that the eye does not see, but so easily appear on canvas- to create  images with bold composition and elegant lighting. To create by using color, light and form to the context and beauty of the photograph-almost sculpture. For some series of photos I use the technique of handpainting and computer graphics to achieve various results. 

I studied at the New School for Social Research and Parsons School of Design. I divide my work-time between New York City, and Dutchess County, with a studio in Dutchess County, New York. I work with 35mm digital Nikon, 2 ¼ Hasselblad, and 4x5 Sinar.