Jordan Sommer


I THINK
Spray paint, plastic, tape, thread
2017

FIGURED OUT
Spray paint, plastic, tape, thread
2017

GRAB
Spray paint, plastic, tape, thread
2017

IN MIDDLE
Spray paint, plastic, tape, thread
2017

NEVER
Spray paint, plastic, tape, thread
2017

WHO
Spray paint, plastic, tape, thread
2017


Artist Statement:

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.

Bio:

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.


Photo-3.jpg