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Lorna Pauley Jordan, British artist. Recipient Outstanding Local Achievment award American Society of Civil Engineers, 1997; fellow Northwest Institute Architecture and Urban Studies in Italy, Rome, 1998; resident The MacDowell Colony, Peterborough, New Hampshire, 1994, Centrum Foundation, Port Townsend, Washington, 1999.


Jordan, Lorna Pauley was born on April 21, 1954 in Windsor, Ontario. Came to the United States, 1954. Daughter of Stanely Frank and Dorothy (Ruppel) P.


Bachelor, University Virginia, 1976.


Artist Lorna Jordan Studio, Seattle, since 1979. Artist-in-residence Seattle Public Utilities, 1997-1998.


  • Other Work

    • Artist, lead designer Waterworks Gardens, 1996 (Place Design award EDRA/Places 1997). Artist, co-designer Justice Garden Path, 1997. Exhibited in Paine Webber Gallery, New York City, Boise Art Museum, Center of Contemporary Art, 1994-1995.


Board directors, president On the Boards, Seattle, since 1990. Commissioner public art committee, Seattle Arts Commission, 1994, vice-chair, 1995. Artist, planner Longfellow Creek Habitat Improvement Project, Seattle, since 1999.

Member Henry Contemporaries of The Henry Gallery, Contemporary Art Council of The Seattle Art Museum, The Uncollectors Club of The Seattle Art Museum, Center on Contemporary Art.


Married Elverse Morris Jordan, June 25, 1983 (divorced May 1986).

Stanely Frank P.

Dorothy (Ruppel) P.

Elverse Morris Jordan