Abstract Street Light by Johnny Kerr

Comprehending Abstract Art

In the last couple of years my propensity towards abstraction has become more prevalent in much of my photography. After hearing me use the word abstract to describe some of my work, people often ask me just what abstract means. They recognize it as art jargon, and may have a vague notion of what the […]

West by Southwest

I am grateful this month to have a public place to display my work. Stop by the Irish Cultural Center (see website for business hours) during the month of September to see seven selected works from my visit to Ireland in 2012. Select images were printed on specialty metallic paper which represents exceptional color and tonal depth. All images were personally matted, […]

Hill of Prayer & The Zen of Creating

Hill of Prayer © 2014 Johnny Kerr  Made with: 5D Mk III with 24-70mm f/2.8L II lens. ISO 100, f/9, 1/400 sec. I’ve been living in a constant tension lately that I can only describe as creative congestion. I often hear about artists struggling with creative frustration—a sort of dry spell akin to writers block—and I’ve indeed suffered through my share […]