Faculty: Linda Rutenberg
Linda Rutenberg has worked as a fine art photographer for over 30 years. She has a BFA in film and music and an MFA in Photography from Concordia University in Montreal Quebec. She teaches, lectures and creates photographic series, which evolve into books and exhibitions and has published over 15 publications. In addition to her artistic work, she has owned and run a darkroom rental facility and a photography gallery. Currently Linda teaches and lectures young artists, mentoring them to bridge the gap between art and business. Her fine art work has been exhibited internationally. Her series Urban Visions, One Island - Many Cities, Mont Royal, The Spiritual Landscape and The Garden at Night, After Midnight and The English Garden at Night, as well as her latest work, The Gaspe Peninsula, are all explorations of the relationship between the environment and its people. Her current work explores the Negev desert and is called The Land Whispers.