art for your home on Mars
“I create interactive art installations from photographs I take in nature as part of my United Imagination project. My mission is to encourage imaginative exploration as a method of wellness and healing. In each installation, I capture a curious situation in nature and then add an imaginary element. It is designed for observers to add and erase their own imaginary ideas, opening their minds to experiencing the joy and healing power of creative self-expression.”
The Southampton Review
portfolio published in the online and Winter 2017/Spring 2018 print edition
Speaking out Through Fantasy
"Charm, warmth, and openness are the words that come to mind when viewing Adam Jonah's seductive images. He has a wish and a need to communicate with his audience. Jonah questions convention without anger. He celebrates life and nature by creating imaginary creatures that are part animal and part plant. By layering his images, he adds subtlety and complexity. Adam Jonah's work is also full of hope. This young artist--Jonah is 21 years old--is committed to the idea of combining art with community service. With his United Imagination project, whenever Jonah sells one of his creations he also donates a piece to a charitable organization serving their community. 'With my art,' he says, 'I aspire to give something back and share my own sense of wonder and awe.' "
-The Editors of The Southampton Review literary art journal