Lori K Gordon is a Mississippi Gulf Coast artist whose work may be found in the Smithsonian Institution, Safeco Corporate Collection, Mississippi Humanities Council, Katrina Museum, University of Southern Mississippi, Virginia Commonwealth University, University of Kentucky, and Art Across Arkansas, a joint venture of the Thea Foundation and William J. Clinton Foundation, and in the Alice Moseley Museum.  Private collectors include President and First Lady Barrack and Michelle Obama, former President and First Lady Jimmy and Rosalyn Carter, Good Morning America anchor Robin Roberts, ESPN announcer Jon Miller, singer Faith Hill, CNN's Tom Freeman and producer Don Wilson. She is represented by Brown's Fine Art in Jackson, MS, Sumner & Dene in Albuquerque, NM; Atelier 24 Lexington in Asheville, NC and Gallery 220 in Bay St Louis, MS.

Gordon works in a variety of styles and with an abundance of mediums and is perhaps best known for "Labat: A Creole Legacy" which has been acquired by the Smithsonian Institution, and for The Katrina Collection, her series of mixed media assemblages which incorporate storm debris from Hurricanes Katrina, Rita and Gustav. Click on the images to the right to see more of Gordon's work.

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