Christopher Byrd Art Collections
Shop for artwork from Christopher Byrd based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Artwork by Christopher Byrd
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Travellers in the desert by Christopher Byrd
Scarlet mackaw by Christopher Byrd
Staples in a Telephone Pole by Christopher Byrd
Into the Light Beyond by Christopher Byrd
Imprints of Light by Christopher Byrd
Flight of Light by Christopher Byrd
Forest Floor Pattern by Christopher Byrd
MACHU PICCHU ROCK ABSTRACT I by Christopher Byrd
Joseph's Coat by Christopher Byrd
Tropical Menace by Christopher Byrd
Palmwaves by Christopher Byrd
Golden Orb Weaver spider - Nephila clavipes - female by Christopher Byrd
Keel billed Toucan - Ramphastos sulfuratus by Christopher Byrd
Yin Yang - the Rough and the Smooth by Christopher Byrd
Moroccan textiles by Christopher Byrd
Hand of Fatima door hinge by Christopher Byrd
Mosque decorative facade by Christopher Byrd
Abandoned -- Kasbah in Morocco by Christopher Byrd
Musical Shadows on a Park Bench by Christopher Byrd
Dappled light on a hollow log by Christopher Byrd
Mist in Moonlit Woods by Christopher Byrd
Prayer Flags at the Buddhist Swayambhunath Temple Complex by Christopher Byrd
The Spirits of Spookumchuck by Christopher Byrd
Casablanca Silver Palms by Christopher Byrd
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About Christopher Byrd
"To take photographs is to hold one's breath when all faculties converge in the face of fleeing reality. It is at that moment that mastering an image becomes a physical and intellectual joy." ~ Henri Cartier-Bresson
Christopher Byrd is a retired teacher of English, Photography, Filmmaking, and Graphic Design from Montreal. In his retirement years as a freelance fine art photographer he has taken the opportunity to travel the world recording his travels in digital images that he personally prints, mounts, and exhibits.
While still retaining a broad perspective, he likes to specialize in natural abstract imagery. Here he escapes closer to the micro world, one that lends itself to the imagination and entices the viewer to participate - to explore all possibilities rather than complacently stand back and accept what lies on the surface. The interplay of line, shape, form, space, and texture do much to shape his work.
For the past three years he has also illustrated his more photojournalistic work to local groups by way of PowerPoint presentations on India and Nepal, Egypt, Morocco, Australia/New Zealand, and Peru:The Amazon and Inca Civilization.