Linda Butler


Moon Window, Shibaozhai, 2000

Silverware, Genova, Liguria, 1992
   

Hunting Horn, San Francisco, 2001

Dwelling House Arch, Pleasant Hill, Kentuky
   

Colander and Spoon, Pleasant Hill, KY 1982

Jester, Near Brindisi 1994


Artist's Biography

Linda Butler is a fine-art photographer known for her work with the Shaker community, in rural Japan, and in Italy. Her photographs capture the essence of the people, the landscape, and the intricacies of both history and everyday life. Her latest project involved capturing the Yangtze River and its people before, during, and after the completion of the Three Gorges Dam. Her photographs are infused with drama, intimacy, and a certain lyrical quality. Butlerís work has been exhibited in more than 45 one-person shows and many major museums, including Bostonís Museum of Fine Arts and the Corcoran Gallery of Art, and the Whitney Museum of Art.

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