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Robin M Jordan

Jordan’s art is rooted in her exposure to the vernacular art of the South, her studies in the applied arts, and in her emersion in the contemporary art world of New York City. She recycles studio scraps and found objects with post-consumer detritus to create what she calls urban faux-folk art. Her recent sculptures start with a steel “drawing” that forms negative spaces into which she pours polymer that catches an array of found materials or inserts machine embroidered collages of garden imagery into the plot-like voids.

CATCH ALL, steel, plastic, metal wire, nuts, bolts, bed springs, packing tape, 67 (H) x 36 ½ (W) x15 (D) inches, 2013 

NOW THAT I AM OLD… steel, thread, fabric, 68 ½ (H) x 18 (W) x 18 (D) inches, 2014

WINTER GARDEN, steel umbrella detritus, copper rivets, plastic flower parts, 41 (H) x 23 ½ (W) x 17 (D) inches, 2013

NEW GROWTH, steel, 23 ¾ (H) x 28 ¼ (W) x 10 ¼ (D) inches, 2013

INNER GARDEN, steel, fabric, thread, 71 3/4 (H) x 18 1/2 (W) x 18 ½ (D) inches, 2012

WEEPING WILLOW, steel, plastic flowers parts, various plastic detritus, silk flowers, acrylic polymer, 24 5/8 (H) x 18 inches in diameter, 2014

 

BLACK BREEZE, steel, umbrella detritus, copper rivets, 30 x 42 x 14 inches, 2012

SEED PODS, steel, 26 ½ (H) x 22 1/2 (W) x 16 ¼ (D) inches, 2013