Christopher at the Photo Independent Art Fair LAThe creation of MATRIX TRANSFORMATIONMATRIX TRANSFORMATION - residenceSTARDUST GREEN - Grand Ballroom reception - 96x48SPLASH - Hotel lobby - 60x40CANDLES - LG Tripp Gallery, PhiladelphiaDROPLETS - the creationDROPLETS - Gallery Piquel, New HopeROUND TO A POINT - Photo Independent LAELECTRIC FLOWER - cover of Dtown magazine

Cutting edge abstract photography for interior design.

Christopher Kennedy’s series of cutting edge abstract photography, Photo Luminism, is perfect for homeowners and designers of upscale residences, hospitality and corporate art collections. The unique images of static points of light are captured in a long, single exposure. Printed on metal, the vivid abstract images appear almost 3-dimensional,  having a luminescent glow in any setting.

Interior designers, art consultants, curators and developers of large scale public buildings will find this contemporary abstract photography ideal. The innovative images are bright, inspirational, talking points. Prints are available in several sizes from 96″x48″ to 24″x16″ and include three options of contemporary hidden aluminum frame. Security mounts are available. The high definition contemporary abstract fine art photographs have a scratch and moisture resistant ultra gloss or satin finish.

Photo Luminism as described by journalists, critics and exhibition visitors:

Trina McKenna, Publisher/Editor-In-Chief, ICON Magazine: “I visited your website and was very impressed with your gorgeous light photographs. Some photographers are in a class of their own, and I think you’re one of them. Your photographs are truly unique and I can see why corporations and hotels would buy them.” 

 Ronni Rose, journalist: “It’s so exciting to see something so fresh. You see so many things that are auto pilot, that are just mediocre, that is just getting by. And then somebody breaks out of the monotony, the ordinary and does something brilliant like you’re doing.”  

Stephen Perloff, editor, The Photo Review: “Photography has a traditional tie to reality, and partly because of that I think it’s rare that it does abstraction well. Yet there’s something quite engaging about your pictures. Yes, like Pollock, there are references that we make to ‘reality.’ But their photographic aspect is only an artifact of their making. They are images that stand on their own, floating free of any lens-based expectations.”  

Tamara Cannon, gallery owner: “When Christopher first showed me his images I was immediately drawn to them. They have a luminescent, almost 3D quality, unlike anything I had seen before.  Christopher’s creations are impressive for both their artistic impact as well as for their meticulous method of creation and production.” 

Corinne Pulsinelle, writer: “Christopher Kennedy’s photographs transcend our usual perception of light, the way we see it and how we respond to that experience. He uses a camera as a vehicle into a world we cannot perceive with our eyes alone.” 

Exhibition invitee referring to ‘Startling’: “I opened up the invitation and it almost knocked me over. Your work vibrates with pure energy. It looks like it is on the cusp of making a sound; it draws the viewer in and out, gently & intensely at the same time. How do you do that? Impressive beyond words. Your work must be incredible in person.”

Exhibition visitors:  | “Amazing” | “Innovative” | “Really neat idea and captivating execution” | “Progressive” | “Inspirational” | “Thought provoking” | “Real conversation starters” | “Amazing sculptures of light” | “Fabulous images” | “Simply stunning” |