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Biography

Jordan Leigh Miller, a Winnipeg artist, graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree (U of Manitoba, Honours, ’02) with majors in Drawing, Painting & Mixed Media.  She also holds a diploma in Arts and Cultural Management (U of Winnipeg, ’08).

Current memberships include Arts and Cultural Industries of Manitoba (ACI) and Mentoring Art for Women’s Art (MAWA). Jordan is a past Member of Manitoba Society of Artists (MSA), aceart, Urban Shaman, and CARFAC.  She has mentored artists in both the creation and the marketing of art. She has exhibited in many group and solo shows in Winnipeg.

Her most recent exhibition is “Relationships” at Gallery In the Park (June & July 2017) and past exhibitions include: It all Starts with a Line (2015, cre8ery) Life Structures and Other Personalities (2010, cre8ery) and Finding Home; Searching Self (2012, Piano Noble Gallery).  Jordan collaborated with Dave Swiecicki in Sweet & Innocent (2013, cre8ery).  Jordan Miller & Elaine Baril hosted Imaginary Places & Faces (2015, Golden Prairie Arts Council). In 2016 Jordan exhibited in 4 group shows in January, February, March and April.

Jordan is currently producing new works for her group exhibition, “Delights of the Soul, A Raft in the Storm” opening at Portage District Art Centre on Thursday, April 12, 7-9pm.

In 2011, Jordan was the recipient of the 35th Annual Woman of Distinction Award, in the Arts Category.  The Province of Manitoba recently purchased “Finding Home” which made its permanent home at “Canada House” on Donald Street in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Jordan was one of three finalists for the Future Leaders Of Manitoba Awards (2015).

Jordan paints in an abstract style with acrylics and enhances her pieces with mixed media, image transfers, and found objects.  She is currently working on her next exhibition at Portage District Art Centre and is accepting commissions in addition to her positions as an Art Consultant, Art Instructor, Owner / Director at cre8ery gallery & studio and works as the curator of Nott Autocorp & Art Gallery

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