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About Mark Jordan

Mark Jordan What does one say about one’s self? I was never one to be enthused about bragging, egos, fortunes or misgivings. Mostly I just look to the future and continue to try accomplishing new things. It is so hard to create new things. I am older than I want to be and really have not done a lot, I feel, yet. I don’t want to give up. It seems like I am reinventing myself each year and beginning fresh. I am an unsure person, shy, usually in a good mood, positive and continuously thinking.

I like poetry and write some, reading anything, photography, craft beer, whiskey, whisky, daydreaming, healthy and organic living (when possible), movies, meditation, nature, New York City, music of all types (except most country), intellectual endeavors.

I am anti capitalist, politics, religions, traffic, money, poor schools, lazy people, mean people, bad weather and raw fish.

I get angry when I am not good enough at art and I can’t think of exactly what I am trying to achieve. I want to be better. Most of my art is not technical, but mental. I don't do traditional portraiture or landscapes. I am influenced by every artist I encounter and suck it all into my cranium. I don’t want to lose or miss anything. Unfortunately my memory is very poor. So there I go again, having to start over each time.

As for the technical data, I am afraid it is woefully small. I don't have much formal art or writing training but I do self-educate daily and I want to learn more. I am trapped like most people in a routine mediocre mundane unfulfilling job that pays the bills (and sometimes help me write better poetry). I have no intention of quitting in order to rough it. Call me weak and afraid. Maybe this has been my roadblock all these years.