Jonathan Laurence

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Apparition of Superimposed Space 27, 2/5

$2,200
Apparition of Superimposed Space 27, 2/5
chromogenic color print, 35x26"

Emergent Information, 2/5

$2,200
Emergent Information, 2/5
chromogenic color print, 35x26"

Impossible Translation Dreams, 1/5

$2,200
Impossible Translation Dreams, 1/5
chromogenic color print, 35x26"

Cosmic Resignation or 42, 1/5

$2,200
Cosmic Resignation or 42, 1/5
chromogenic color print, 26x35"

Mesmeric Babble, 1/5

$2,200
Mesmeric Babble, 1/5
chromogenic color print, 26x35"

Hot Maine Summer, 1/5

$1,800
Hot Maine Summer, 1/5
chromogenic color print, 15x20"

Rainbow Watermelon, 1/5

$1,800
Rainbow Watermelon, 1/5
chromogenic color print, 15x20"

Calderwood Tropics, 1/5

$1,800
Calderwood Tropics, 1/5
chromogenic color print, 15x20"

Post Storm Yumminess, 1/5

$1,800
Post Storm Yumminess, 1/5
chromogenic color print, 15x20"


Bio

Jonathan Laurence (b. 1981) is an artist based in Camden, Maine. 

Jonathan is an artist and explorer, deeply immersed and invested in his natural surroundings. His work invites the viewer to consider the natural world from alternate vantage points, revealing rhythms and patterns in the chaos of nature and the emotions of the atmosphere.  

Jonathan's photographs, multimedia work, and installations have been exhibited in galleries and museums nationally, including the Center for Maine Contemporary Art (CMCA), Ogunquit Museum of American Art, and Provincetown Art Association and Museum (PAAM.) Jonathan received The Rising Star Award from the Palm Beach Photographic Center and he is listed as one of the most collectible artists in Maine by Maine Home and Design.

Jonathan leads digital media and creativity workshops at institutions and art centers around the world, including NORD Photography in Norway and Anderson Ranch Art Center in Snowmass, Colorado.

Jonathan travels the North Atlantic Ocean by container ship during the winter. This self-directed artist residency gives him the opportunity to not only capture new content but to also reflect on the vastness of the sea and our global connection (and to eat the strange and delicious food served onboard the ship.)