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Preview: “A Separate View” Christopher Kennedy and Richard Sherman, Red Filter Gallery, Lambertville, NJ

In Black and White Photography, Exhibits, Gallery, Photo Print Collector, Photographer on November 1, 2014 at 1:35 pm

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Red Filter Gallery is proud to present the work of Christopher Kennedy and Richard Sherman. Kennedy uses light abstractions to produce wonderful images that examine  reality with imagination. Richard Sherman takes advantage of his wide travels to present landscapes from South America that have a magic all their own.

“Things Known and Things Unknown”

My images  utilize the Photo Luminism technique, a method I devised for creating complex abstractions of light. It involves rehearsed manipulation of the camera, settings and lens that have been meticulously crafted  to recreate an image in my mind.  – Christopher Kennedy

“Patagonia: Nature’s Elements as Adversaries”

My photographs range from serene landscapes and seascapes to dramatic black and white images and beautiful color abstracts. I travel extensively and will be exhibiting select black and white images from Patagonia in this series. – Richard Sherman

Both artists have exhibited in multiple venues and have placed their works in collections spanning a broad area of interest.

November 4 until January 11

For more information:Red Filter Gallery

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