Linda Cardona – Empress Gardens 2024

Individual Exhibit

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Linda Cardona Nature's Glory

Empress Gardens Retirement Residence
131 Charlotte Street


Daily: 11 am to 7 pm

Reception & Meet The Artist:
Sunday, April 21, 4 pm to 6 pm

Linda Cardona
Phone (705) 772 5564

Artist Statement

Nature’s Glory

For years I have specialized in flower photography. It is what I am known for. Although I have enjoyed macro photography for years, it was time for a new twist. I have spent the last year learning and practicing multiple exposure, intentional camera movement and digital painting. I have learned so much and I am enjoying it immensely. It has opened new doors for my creativity.

Please join me in in my exhibit to see what I have learned. The adventure continues.


Linda Cardona

Linda Cardona is a Peterborough photographer who captures nature’s beauty in all four seasons.

Linda has loved photography for as long as she can remember and was inspired at a young age by her grandmother who was passionate about photography. Her grandmother travelled extensively and captured many exciting and fabulous images from around the world. Linda inherited her grandmother’s camera and so learned photography on a manual film camera. It was a great initial exposure to understanding the technical side of photography.

Linda prefers digital photography to the earlier days of film and she is well experienced with both Lightroom and Photoshop. Post processing allows her to take her photography to the next level. She has taken courses in both photography and post processing at Fleming College as well as many online courses.

Developing a “photographer’s eye” is an ongoing experience and Linda is always looking for the best angle to get that shot. She is constantly analyzing light, colours, shapes and lines.

Peterborough provides Linda with countless opportunities to photograph nature’s beauty, especially flowers. Landscapes and architecture are also favourite topics. She feels equally comfortable working in colour or black and white.

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