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Jourdan Dern

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After Spring Rain by Jourdan Dern
After Spring Rain
Allen's Luck by Jourdan Dern
Allen's Luck
Black Jemez Hopi Kachina by Jourdan Dern
Black Jemez Hopi Kachina
Call of the Wild by Jourdan Dern
Call of the Wild
Dreams of Grandeur by Jourdan Dern
Dreams of Grandeur
Great Moments by Jourdan Dern
Great Moments
La Fuente by Jourdan Dern
La Fuente
Little Live Wire by Jourdan Dern
Little Live Wire
Male Call by Jourdan Dern
Male Call
Native Hummers by Jourdan Dern
Native Hummers
Out On A Limb by Jourdan Dern
Out On A Limb
Roots by Jourdan Dern
Roots
Sage Advice by Jourdan Dern
Sage Advice
Sedona Sunrise by Jourdan Dern
Sedona Sunrise
Shalko Hopi Kachina by Jourdan Dern
Shalko Hopi Kachina
The Landscape Of Things by Jourdan Dern
The Landscape Of Things
Tsitoto Hopi Kachina by Jourdan Dern
Tsitoto Hopi Kachina
White Jemez Hopi Kachina by Jourdan Dern
White Jemez Hopi Kachina
Windows of Wonder by Jourdan Dern
Windows of Wonder

artists BIO

Jourdan Dern

I dreamed of becoming a painter when I was a child in Wausau, Wisconsin, influenced by frequent visits with my mother to the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum. Along with an active cultural community, Wausau offered an environment of great natural beauty and abundant wildlife. With all this inspiration around me, I felt compelled to draw, observe and interpret nature at an early age. I also felt drawn to music and studied Suzuki violin for eleven years, performing throughout the state in my teens. These passions and joys of my youth - art, nature and music - continue to inspire my creativity today.

Whenever I paint, I play music. Music stimulates emotions in me that translate into colors, strokes and textures that enrich my original visions and evoke a deeper connection to my work. I’m intimately involved with my art because I always paint what I feel, what I love and what I wish to honor.

In 1988, I attended the University of Minnesota and studied Studio Arts. A visit to Sedona in 1993 precipitated a move to Arizona. Living with the unique, dramatic beauty of this high desert region, captivated by its diverse environments and wildlife, my artistic visions expanded and transformed. Jourdan’s medium of choice is acrylic paint on clayboard which allows the artist to create soft and stunningly detailed paintings with a smooth finish.