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Jan Gordon

Los Angeles, CA

I began studying photography in 1980 and have been a photographer since.


Bachelor of Arts, University of California at Los Angeles. Los Angeles, California

Effet School of Photography, Paris, France

Parson School of Design, Paris, France. Overseas Program in photography

  • University of California at Los Angeles. Los


  • LA Photo, Los Angeles, California

    Wall Street Gallery, Los Angeles, Californiat

  • Artist Corner Gallery, Raleigh Studios, Los Angekes, California

  • Bobbie Greenfield Gallery, Santa Monica

  • Lois Neiter Fine Arts, Studio City, California

  • Museaum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico

  • Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Art Rental Gallery, Los Angeles, California

  • Award April 2016 Best in Photo- Art Expo, New York, New York

The inner and outer beauty of a woman, her passions and individuality is exemplified by the female body.

Flowers, branches, and other living things also represent those passions.

The steel represents reality and society.

Individual passions sometimes struggle to exist against reality, but can accomplish a harmony with it, just as the steel can bend.

The images represent this dichotomy of conflict and/or harmony in life.

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