In the Studio

Initially in the studio, Jordan envisioned rotating works by artists that she’s worked with over the last two decades (15 years in Baltimore), but as the studio has evolved we realized there was a need for the program to evolve as well. She now has a special exhibition of works by Jenee Mateer titled, Break Boundary: Places Real and Imagined, of which Jenee recently has a new book of photographs, poems, and text published under the same name. These special exhibitions will happen as Jordan sees fit and last at least a month or longer. Jenee’s exhibition is on view through November 30, 2018. There will be a Reading from the new book on Sunday November 11, 2018 at 2pm at the studio. 

To see some of the work and learn more about the artists she is currently working with – read more about them here. 

In our Archives

We also have plenty of works stored in our flat files. Jordan is constantly connecting with artists in Station North and beyond, curating exhibitions at the Hancock Solar Gallery and updating her former gallery’s site with artists she loves and exhibitions that she is curating. Check it out at – where you’ll find work by artists who you may remember from exhibitions at the gallery. Also please feel free to get in touch with us and we'll assist you in finding the work by the artists that you love and want to support and collect. 


Studio ‘GALLERY’ Hours

The studio is now open to view Jenee Mateer’s new exhibition – Break Boundary: Places Real and Imagined.

Wed & Fri | 10am – 12pm

by appointment only

We've also taken on new a new gallery project in Station North, the Hancock Solar Gallery, which is open Wednesday through Friday 12–7pm & Saturday 1–5pm or by appointment during the run of the exhibition.

If you can’t come during our hours for either location, please call us to schedule a time that works for you.


We make beautiful change

in your home. 

John Bodkin, Drifting, 2016, oil and spray paint on canvas, 59 x 69 inches


Let us help you build your collection. 

We can assist you in finding artwork from a multitude of disciplines. Maybe you have an existing collection of artwork and you need it installed and want our expertise in deciding which piece goes where, Jordan is always available to consult with you on all your curatorial projects.

Lori Larusso, Bourbon Cocktail (Manhattan 1), 2016, acrylic and enamel on panel, 8 x 8 inches, available

JORDAN FAYE BLOCK, The Still Lake, 2004, monotype (ink on paper) 90 x 75 inches, private collection

JENEE MATEER, You are what you eat (watermelon), 2017, archival pigment print on plexiglas ed. 3, 40 x 22.67 inches, available

JENEE MATEER, Lemonlime (from the series The Sky is Lemonlime), 2015, digitally manipulated photograph printed with archival pigments on innova fine art paper ed. 5, 45 x 45 inches, available

View more work here.

Learn more about each of these artists and their work here.

JENEE MATEER, Salt Pond Green (from the series The Sky is Lemonlime), 2015, digitally manipulated photographs printed with archival pigments on innova fine art paper ed. 5, 45 x 45 inches, available


we also can assist you in making beautiful change

in your business.

We're always taking on new clients for design and marketing projects so if you need print materials or assistance in creating a brand, website, or marketing materials – schedule an appointment today. We're happy to sit down with you and discuss all your marketing & design needs. 


Front & Back of a postcard designed for Martha McAlpine's Fall 100 Hour Training at YogaWorks.

Logo designed for the Maryland Opera's 2018 Opera Camp


Logo designed for yogi Emily Sonni's new non-profit, halo yoga. 


To learn more about Martha McAlpine and her work, visit her website