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I C O N of I N F L U E N C E S
The human psyche is sculpted by various influences and experiences, each of us with our own unique combination. What solace could be sought if our maker was revealed, the sculptor of our own minds identified? Can behavioral awareness birth compassion for one's self and for others? In this spirit, I molded my particular set of influences - dysfunction, nature, mid-century idealism and the gay community - into one form, one embodied entity that honors my inner conflicts and conversations, an Icon of Influences. The personal portrait of psyche for myself is Mother Nature personified, dripping in nostalgic perfection, disturbed, absurd and fabulous.
These are self portraits of her in action...and inaction.
*all imagery in camera on location with minimal enhancement.
Jordan’s exploration of forms and interconnectedness with sleek, lollipop rich images, quickly lead to noted gallery exhibits. "Her out-there brand of wit and lyricism combined with a keen eye for composition balances between the surreal, provocative and the playful, making Jordan highly collectable." Her work ranges from enticing images in the Sir Elton John Collection to the aesthetically serene for public forums such as lobbies of Ritz Carlton and Four Seasons as well as museum exhibited nature works. Her success has been as wide ranging as her work.
“There is a sense of the familiar and the confoundedly strange in Jordan’s work that makes such images remarkably odd and compelling, offering possibility” - Atlanta Journal-Constitution