Published on August 17, 2014 by Amy
Jordon has been practicing Northwest Coast art since the age of 15, and he apprenticed with master Kwakwaka’wakw artist, Simon Dick. Jordon has also carved with Haida artist, Reg Davidson. Early on, Jordon joined Dick’s ‘Atlakim Dancers’, and he then joined Robert Davidson’s ‘Rainbow Creek Dancers’ in 2000. His work was featured on the cover of the 2001 and 2010 ‘Gathering’ calendars, produced by Garfinkel Publications. In 2007, Jordon and Tsimshian artist Morgan Green began carving The Missing Women’s Memorial Totem in downtown Vancouver. He has also completed several carving demonstrations, ranging from Seattle’s Burke Museum to Scotland’s Orkney Islands. Jordon’s carving style and skills are eclectic, as he has learned the artforms of numerous cultures within British Columbia.
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