Martha Spak Gallery Presents Laurence Ken Jones Invisible Light

By Editorial Team on November 9, 2020
Pokhara Town Photo Credit: Laurence Kent Jones.
Meet and Greet: Saturday, November 14 from 3-5pm

Martha Spak Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition featuring photographer Laurence Ken Jones. The “Invisible Light” exhibition show will run from November 4 – December 7, 2020 both online and at the gallery. The exhibition will focus on infrared photography from Hong Kong, Nepal, Bhutan, Cambodia and the United States.

Laurence is a photographer of the world. Born in Southern California, he spent his twenties experimenting with a variety of film and early generations of digital cameras. In his thirties, he set off on his own world-wide adventure as a U.S. Foreign Service officer photographing his travels. He has captured images from the Saigon River valley, street scenes in Haiti (after the 2010 earthquake) to peaceful landscapes of Nepal with each conveying identity of space and essence of light.

Due to COVID-19 concerns and social distancing safety, an art reception will not be held.  This exhibition can be viewed online at and at the gallery. The photographer will be at the gallery November 14 from 3-5pm to greet guests and discuss his work. Limited to space to meet social distancing and masks required to meet safety measures.

Each monthly exhibition has a theme that exemplifies the featured artists’ style.

Gallery hours are Friday – Sunday 12-5 pm and by appointment.

If you would like more information about the gallery and upcoming exhibitions, please call the Gallery Director at 301.908.4937 or email their website is:

Martha Spak Gallery is located at 60 District Square SW.