June 17, 2021
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Exhibition features photos of Lawrence landmarks and striking scenes, taken from ‘far above’

An exhibition at Lawrence’s Phoenix Gallery is showcasing the work of Drone Lawrence photographers Seth Sanchez and Nathan Mize.

The images featured in “From Lawrence with Love” were captured from far above the golden valley. Many capture colors from nature that are beyond imagination.

The work features scenes from Lawrence and the University of Kansas campus as well as Topeka and Kansas City.

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According to the Phoenix Gallery’s website:

Nathan Mize started Drone Lawrence in 2018 as he was finishing up his senior year at KU and one of his first clients was an apartment complex in town. Seth Sanchez was a resident at the apartment and every day when he went downstairs to get his morning cup of coffee he saw a very sharp drone video playing on the lobby TV with the handle @dronelawrence watermarked in the corner. He decided to send a DM to Drone Lawrence and a few days later Nathan and Seth were off and running on their first collaboration.”

Some of Drone Lawrence’s work is also featured in the Lawrence Arts Center’s 2021 Benefit Art Auction. Bidding ends the evening of Saturday, April 10, with a virtual event emceed by Deja Brooks and hosted by Ben Ahlvers.

Check out more at dronelawrence.com and on Phoenix Gallery’s website.

The Drone Lawrence gallery will be open through April 25. Hear from the artists themselves in this video from Phoenix Gallery’s Facebook page:

From Lawrence With Love
Ad Astra Per Aspera
Drone Lawrence/dronelawrence.com Memorial Stadium
Drone Lawrence/dronelawrence.com Christmas on Mass
Drone Lawrence/dronelawrence.com Sledding To Potter
Drone Lawrence/dronelawrence.com Jayhawker Proud
Drone Lawrence/dronelawrence.com Frozen Kaw
Drone Lawrence/dronelawrence.com Downtown Red
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