Conductor: North Charleston Arts Festival 2018


North Charleston Arts Festival: National Outdoor Sculpture Competition & Exhibition 2018

This year’s North Charleston Arts Festival Sculpture Competition chose Fowler’s work Conductor for display for the 2017 - 2018 exhibit. Located in the same spot as last years piece, Conductor is a tall steel abstract form of geometric planes and lines. The glossy white surface is divided by rusty lines and trails that outline the form and corrode back into the planes. The 12th annual exhibit also shows the works of a dozen other sculptors around the Riverfront Park.

Undulation: North Charleston Arts Festival 2017


North Charleston Arts Festival: National Outdoor Sculpture Competition & Exhibition 2017

The North Charleston Riverfront Park in North Charleston, SC is set on the banks of the beautiful Cooper River. Various artists from across the nation applied to the annual competition; Twelve sculptures were selected by the juror, James Davis. Jordan Fowler's most recent sculpture titled Undulation was among those selected.

Undulation stands roughly 10' and consists of alternating layers of rust and paint over the surface of twisting steel, welded along its seams.

More information about the Riverfront Park Competition as well as images of the other works on display can be found here.

North Charleston Riverfront Park

1001 Everglades Avenue, North Charleston, SC 29405

Viewing times: April 29, 2016 – March 22, 2017, public park open daily

Free admission & parking

#LOVEaLOCAL: The Return of the Cooper River Kraken


Lowcountry Local First, Charleston's favorite non profit is celebrating it's ten year anniversary with an art installation spanning the entire community. Located at local businesses throughout the Charleston area, large three dimensional letters stand adorned with work by local artists.

Jordan along with Danielle Lewis received the letter "O" and wrapped it with a massive foam octopus. The octopus idea is based off of a painting made by Jordan several years ago - "Cooper River Kraken" which depicts the octopus hanging on  a local bridge. The piece was created by building a lightweight armature and securing it to the letter. It took almost 40 cans of expansion foam to bring the octopus to life.

Live5 News featured the story live and on their website. Other artists involved in the project: Nick Jenkins, Bethany Summers, Lydia Campbell, Arianna King Comer, Marcus Amaker, Charlitown Prints, Lowcountry Local First, Fletcher Williams, Kristen Solecki. More information can be found on the Lowcountry Local First website.


Stasis Stones: Art Fields 2015

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Stasis Stones has been chosen to be a part of the 2015 Art Fields competition in Lake City, South Carolina. ArtFields is a 9-day art competition, from April 24-May 2, 2015 with $100,000 in cash prizes given to artists from across the Southeast. ArtFields is the largest arts competition of its kind. Winners are determined by votes from ArtFields attendees and a juried panel of visual arts professionals. Fowler’s piece is located outside of the Chamber of Commerce.