Jordan Thornton draws a lot of plants, sometimes for other people, sometimes for herself. She does her creating both at home and when traveling. She also works as an artist-in-residence for the South Dakota Arts Council, which sends her to schools throughout the state to teach and create, and to Sanford Arts in Sioux Falls to work with patients. Outside of her printmaking and illustration career, Jordan spends her time learning to fly on silks at Cirque Dakota, riding bike, and reading a lot of science fiction and fantasy novels. Her work can be found here: https://www.youngandgreenart.com/
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