This particular body of work is derived from a recent installation of over 300 wooden stars suspended inside a blanket fort. Each star was spray painted for the installation. After realizing the stars produced an interesting stencil effect, I made a series of drawings utilizing the same process.
Jordan Sommer is a sculpture and printmaking student from Lexington, South Carolina. Her work remains graphic and is often influenced by her inner dialogue. She’s inspired by list-making, receiving handwritten notes from friends, collecting tiny things, neon colors, and weird stuff she remembers from middle school. After graduation, Jordan will work as a farm intern at Sweet Acre Farm in Lebanon, Connecticut where she’ll gather eggs, sell flowers, and harvest organic vegetables.