Elizabeth Jordan


Looking for a Way Out

from Ancien Régime

Elizabeth Jordan participated in Ancien Régime: the pre-revolutionary world in Fall 2018 at Village West.

Elizabeth Jordan is an artist working primarily in sculpture. Born in New Jersey, she has lived in Pennsylvania, New Mexico, Florida and New York. She attended Douglass College at Rutgers University and earned a Masters Degree in Fine Art from the University of South Florida. She also attended the Tamarind School of Lithography and is a Master Printer.

Her work uses multiple materials to produce unique, organic forms, often taking inspiration from animals and nature. In early 2016, she participated in an exhibition at the Cornell Art Museum in Delray Beach, where her on-going work titled "The Lives of Birds" was installed. After living in NYC for 30 years, she now resides and has a studio in Bayonne, NJ. Elizabeth Jordan is a member of AS | Artists Studios, and her other works - including artists books and prints - can be seen on her website.

More information on Jordan and her work can be found at enjordan.com.


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