Since there’s such a large number of artists involved in Rich Jacobs 19th installment of “Move”,  we thought breaking it down into smaller bits would be a good way to help you get to know the art behind the names.

Starting…

….now.

Jordin Isip

A native of Queens, NY, Jordon Isip’s mixed-media works have been featured in publications like The New York Times, Rolling Stone, Time, The Atlantic Monthly, Adbusters, and Juxtapoz.  He received his BFA from Rhode Island School of Design and his work has been showcased across the United States in various galleries.  His work has also reached international galleries including the Musee D’histoire Contemporaine in Paris and the Galleria Comunale D’Arte Moderna E Contemporanea in Rome.  He has claimed Brooklyn, NY as his new home since receiving his BFA.

Jordin has brought his knowledge to instruct at Rhode Island School of Design, Tyler School of Art, and School of Visual Arts.  Presently, Jordin is an instructor at Parsons School of Design and Pratt Institute.

"Accumulations"

"Accumulations" - Cut paper and glue on paper

"Eye" (green stripes): Mixed Media on wood 5" x 5"

"Eye" (green stripes): Mixed Media on wood 5" x 5"

"Eye" (orange stripes): Mixed media on wood 5" x 5"

"Eye" (orange stripes): Mixed media on wood 5" x 5"

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"Four figures, Two Heads and a Square": Ink on Paper



"Red Tangle"- cut paper and acrylic on paper

"Red Tangle"- cut paper and acrylic on paper

Eric White

Brooklyn, NY is the current stomping grounds for Eric White.  Born in Ann Arbor, Michigan, he received his BFA studying illustration at Rhode Island School of Design.  Eric then moved to California where he spent the following decade before moving to his current location.  His art explores the metaphysical and those things that exist far beyond our perception.  However, Eric never seriously considered his paintings or drawings until the end of high school.

Galleries across the United States have featured Eric White’s work and he has also been shown in galleries in Tokyo, Paris, Toronto, Belgium, and Brussels

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"Locator, Sound, M2"- Ballpoint Pen on Wood 18" x18"

Check back this week for more on the artists in “Move #19″…

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