Jonas Wood’s paintings, drawings, and prints can be described as a myriad of genres, such as domestic interiors, landscapes, still-life and sports scenes. Translating the three-dimensional world around him into flat color and line, he confounds expectations of scale and vantage point that reflect an instantly recognizable vision of the contemporary world.

In an Architectural Digest story by Rebecca Bates, Wood claimed to paint to create new memories of his former residences: “I’m interested in exploring the spaces that I’ve inhabited and the psychological impact they’ve had on me and my memories of them. And then I can create a new memory of that space.” The result is the perception that his work is very sincere

  • ART GALLERY ART GALLERY Shane Campbell Gallery USA
  • YEAR 2008