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Since I was a child (a long time ago) I have always had a brush, crayon or pencil in my hand. When I was about 8 years of age my parents gave me a beautifully illustrated book on the... more
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about Rod Cadenza

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Since I was a child (a long time ago) I have always had a brush, crayon or pencil in my hand. When I was about 8 years of age my parents gave me a beautifully illustrated book on the history of art. I fell in love with the impressionists, and Renoir, in particular.
For many years since I have enjoyed landscape photography as well as sculpture. In sculpture, my portraits have always been of women, and my abstracts have always had soft feminine shapes and forms.
I took a surprisingly long time to realise that the juxtaposition of feminine beauty and beautiful landscapes, was, for me, the zenith of photographic art.
I live in Brisbane, Australia. I have a small studio and travel as often as possible to NZ, N America and Europe, to pursue my artistic passion.

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  • Rod Cadenza Photographer Rod Cadenza
    2 years ago

    Iceland is amazing. I tell my friends if you want to see beautiful scenery, go to Norway, but if you want dramatic images...Iceland is the place. These images were taken in a workshop led by Corwin Prescott. I know he is planning more Iceland adventures, but also, I can see from your portfolio that you are well beyond ' workshop' level.
    Best wishes,
    Rod

    • imagesse Photographer imagesse
      2 years ago

      Thanks Rod. Iceland is definitely on my bucket list of places to shoot. The other worldliness, as you have captured, is enthralling.

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