Robin M Jordan


April 21- May 15, 2011 Opening Reception: Thursday, April 21, 6-8 p.m.

March 31, 2011, New York NY—Scrappy, an exhibition by Brooklyn artist, Robin M Jordan, will be on view at Chrystoph Marten Salon from April 21 - May 15, 2011. A reception for the artist will be held on Thursday, April 21 from 6-8 p.m. Known for her inventive use of materials and lyrical approach to artmaking, Jordan—in her first solo exhibition in New York City—will show recent sculptural works based on the theme of garden. Jordan says, “As an artist who is inspired by the materials in my environment, it is my home, garden, and the coming of spring that is the inspiration for this exhibition.”

Jordan creates her sculptures from welded steel rods and a variety of recycled materials—salvaged umbrella parts; silk and plastic flowers; abandoned plastic bottles; deconstructed sections from old paintings, works on paper, and sculptures; beach debris; and discarded kitchen utensils. The welded pieces are either based on the artist’s line drawings, or formed into leaves and stems and combined with scrap assemblages. These assemblages are freely

511 West 25th Street, 6th Floor, New York, NY 10001

making SPACE

"The essence of sculpture is for me the perception of space, the continuum of our existence."

Isamu Noguchi

Sculpture depends on space. As a visual artform that exists in three dimensions, it shares our world. Sculpture is making. For sculptors, it is exciting to combine the elements of movement through space, light, color, and form. It’s a thrill to imagine, to sketch, to experiment, and to use materials to make things develop from a vision into physical reality. Sculpture makes words, thoughts and images tangible.

Tenuous Threads

Tenuous Threads

Juried and Curated by Patricia Miranda

Atlantic Gallery is very pleased to present TENUOUS THREADS, a two-part exhibition showcasing works incorporating textiles, fibers, threads and mixed media.Tenuous Threads alludes to the delicate lines that bring us together and sets us apart; that joins us yet repels us. All of life is connected through networks, systems, fibers and webs. Communication (visual, verbal, electrical, chemical, and kinetic) enables an exchange of information amongst all life forms. The exhibition includes innovative artworks that utilize textiles, fibers, threads (natural and synthetic) in sculpture, collage, 3D and 2D mixed media that communicates the strength and fragility of what binds all life.

PART ONE: Tues. Jan. 24th–Sat. Feb. 11th , 2023 

Opening reception: Thurs. Jan. 26th , 5:30-8pm

My sculpture:  Talon 2 will be exhibited in PART ONE


PART TWO: Tues. Feb. 14 th – Sat. March 4th , 2023 / Opening reception: Thurs. Feb. 16th, 5:30-8pm

Tenuous Threads

Talon 2

This sculpture can be viewed on both the Front and Back, in other words, reversible.


The 5th edition of CURRENTS presents an exhibition in which artists respond to the theme of ABORTION. In this turbulent moment in history, abortion remains a signifier of people's ownership over their bodies, being as urgent a subject as any of the issues that now consume us.
The exhibition includes depictions of choice, loss, and anger; works of fecundity, disease, shame, and pain; images of helplessness and of power. There are pieces that reach into the past to demonstrate ways in which women used abortifacients, as well as work that is pro life and religious. All these propositions are united in the gallery to create a space in which we listen to each other. 
Curated by Barbara Zucker
Participating artists:
Adrienne Jenkins, Alexander Bernon, Amy Cannestra, Amy Finkbeiner, Anne Ferrer, Audrey Anastasi, Bernadette Despujols, Cali Kurlan, Catherine Hall & Meg Lipke, Charlotte Woolf, Christophe Lima, Coco Hall, Cristin Millet, Cynthia Winika, d’Anne de Simone, Dani Sigler, Danielle Siegelbaum, Deborah Wasserman, Devra Fox, Divine Williams, Dottie Attie, Elaine Angelopoulos, Elke Solomon, Ellen Jong, Eugenia Pigassiou, Gina Randazzo, Grace Burney, Greta Young, Heather Saunders & Cassandra, Heather Weathers, Ilona Granet, Indira Cesarine, Irene Gennaro, Jane Zweibel, Jessica Nissen, Julia Kim Smith, Julia Buck, Justine Walker, Karen Meersohn, Kathy Grove, Katrina Majkut, Lannie Hart, Leslie Fry, Leslie Tucker, Megan Pickering, Marie Tomanova, Martha Edelheit, Martha Fleming-Ives, Maureen Connor, Mira Schor, Nadine Faraj, Nancy Hellebrand, Nancy Lasar, Nina Meledandri, Parastoo Ahoon, Pat Lasch, Perri Nerri, Rachel Lindsay, Rachel Portesi, Robin Adsit, Robin M Jordan, Robin Tewes, Rosemary Meza-DesPlas, Ruth Owens, Sabra Moore, Sooyeon Yun, Susan Carr, Valerie Hallier, Virginia Carey, Yael Ben-Zion.
Public Programs: 
January 6, 1pm: The Beginning Choice performance by Parastoo Ahoon
January 7, 2-5 pm: With Women Workshop: Reproductive Self Determination and Autonomous  Women’s Health-Care, Maureen Connor and others.
January 12, 19, and 25, 2-6pm: Your Story, readers will read from personal abortion stories submitted to the gallery


Welder's Exhibition

Welder’s Exhibition

Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery

215 West 57th Street, 2nd Floor


Monday, March 10— Saturday, March 16

Opening Reception:  Wednesday, March 12th, 6:00-8:00pm

Gallery Hours: Monday—Friday, 9:00am-8:30pm

Saturday, 9:00am-4:00pm

Laws of Attraction

curated by Richard Timperio

Governors Island
May 23 thru July 20, 2015

Opening Reception:
Sat. June 6, 2015 2-5pm

Nolan Park Building 15
Saturdays, Sundays
Holiday Mondays

Scaled To Fit

Sculptors Guild Gallery

September 4 - September 30

Opening Reception:
Thursday, September 4th 6-9pm

Gallery Hours:  Every Tuesday and Thursday
11:00 - 5:00pm

Dumbo Arts Festival:
Friday, Sept 26, 6-9pm
Saturday, Sept 27, 12-9pm
Sunday, Sept 28, 12-6pm

The Sculptors Guild Gallery
111 Front Street, Suite #256
Brooklyn, NY   11201

Elevator entrance 55 Washington Street
(718) 422-0555

Welder's Exhibition

Welder’s Exhibition

Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery

215 West 57th Street, 2nd Floor


Monday, March 10— Saturday, March 16

Opening Reception:  Wednesday, March 12th, 6:00-8:00pm

Gallery Hours: Monday—Friday, 9:00am-8:30pm

Saturday, 9:00am-4:00pm


Saturday May 25th - Sunday June 23rd 

Opening Reception: Saturday, May 25th 6-8pm 

Curated by Aimee Hertog 

In the Main Gallery WAH Center (Williamsburg Art & Historical Center) 135 Broadway, Williamsburg Brooklyn, NY 11211  

(718) 486-7372 or (718) 486-6012 

Participating Artists: 

Debra Friedkin 

Max Glaser 

Aimee Hertog 

April Zanne Johnson 

Robin M. Jordan 

Greg Leshé 


image: Catch All, steel, plastic, metal wire, nuts, bolts, bed springs, packing tape, 67 x 36 ½ 15 inches, 2013


Pierro Gallery of South Orange

The Baird

5 Mead Street 

South Orange, NJ   07079

April 11 - May 11, 2013

Reception: Thursday, April 11, 6-8pm

Gallery Talk: Saturday, May 11, 12-2pm

I will be showing two sculptures in this group show.

image: Black Breeze, steel, umbrella detritus, copper rivets, 30 x 42 x 14 inches, 2012

Petroleum Paradox: For Better or For Worse

Narrows Center for the Arts

16 Anawan Street

Fall River, MA, 02721


April 6 - May 18, 2013

Reception:  April 14, 1 - 4 pm

Group show with many, many other, recycle, thought-provoking artists!

image: Breeze Above Ground, steel, plastic flower detritus, monofilament, umbrella spokes, glass beads, copper rivets, 68.5 x 16.3 inches, 2012

Garage Barge Revisited: Art From Dross

Islip Art Museum

50 Islip Lane

East Islip, NY  11730


June 13 - September 2, 2012

Reception: Sunday, July 29, 1- 4pm

image: All, steel, lace, resin, metal, acrylic, 25 x 11 x 17 inches, 2012

Joie de Vivre

Hullaballoo Collective

PS Project Space

548 West  28th Street. suite 32B


August 3 - 19, 2012

Reception: August 2, 6 - 9pm

image: Ephemeral Flight, steel, polymer, aluminum, 96 x 28.5 x 44 inches, 2012