Concentrating on succinct stoppages along randomly generated narratives; the work of Nevin Price-Meader fixates on banality, unexceptionality, every day places, land usage in the environment - and how these areas merge or disconnect from the human condition. Often isolated and fallow - these junctures of time add a particular awareness and excitement to the landscape, emphasizing a location or moment from his personal experience with a focus on themes of home, excursion and existence.
Nevin Price-Meader received his bachelor of arts in photography, painting and printmaking from Hartwick College in Oneonta, New York in 2013. In 2015, he received his masters of fine arts from Columbus College of Art & Design in Columbus, Ohio.
He is currently living and working in Rockland, Maine.
Available for assisting, commissions and collaborations.