Canadian artist Linda Vachon creates fractured, distorted images, intriguing dreamlike pieces of work through photography, painting and digital manipulation. She is inspired by words, paper, junk, old books and cats. All I can see is the darkness and the fear Linda uses in her images to guide us.
“I believe in everything and its opposite.”
Linda Vachon’s collages have a bold graphic style that abstract themselves to create wonderfully vital, energetic and striking works of art. She also seems to reserve a special place in her heart for cows, as evidenced by her series “ah la vache!“, including some sweet images of beloved bovines, gracefully presented in her montage style.
There is not a lot of her work available for viewing online, but for more work from Linda Vachon visit her on Facebook.
All images (c) Linda Vachon
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