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Artist. Educator. Traveler. Creative.


JordanneRenner is a portrait artist that works across many platforms including large format film photography, figurative sculpture, mixed media paintings, public art & installation. She considers photography as an extension of her Self, a subject she has been investigating since 2000. Other topics of investigation are for her are the culture of place, the body and landscape, what we eat, and the psychology of memory. 

Jordanne is a grant and fellowship recipient from the Puffin Foundation, Edwin Austin Abbey Mural, FotoFocus Biennial, and GCAC. In 2019 she became apart of the Board of Directors for the Society for Photographic Education. Since 2008 she has been professing the photographic arts as full-time adjunct faculty, too, while always rallying freelance works including curating, art direction, photo/graphic arts, and custom paintings.​

Jordanne is a wild woman with a BFA (RISD) and an MFA (OSU). She believes in giving back to the community, and is regularly involved with initiatives dismantling food deserts, supporting social justice, education, and arts outreach. Since 2007, Jordanne was invited to sit on the DC Council and GenWEX Advisory Council for the Wexner Center for the Arts.

Her mural works are held in public installations: a 204ft mural painting on Duck Creek Road in Cincinnati, Ohio; a five-wood panel painting in Goodwill Columbus’ main conference room; a 25ft mural painting in the North Market of Columbus, Ohio; a 22ft mural painting in Haus Frau Haven in German Village (Columbus, OH); a 14ft mural painting in Goodfellow’s Tonsorial Parlor in Columbus, Ohio, among many private large-scale paintings for clients in their personal homes around the States.



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