Jordan E. Moss, an artist who lives and works in Brooklyn, has always known her calling. “There’s nothing else I’ve been doing my entire life other than art,” she says. “I want to create really awesome things that made me feel good and that make other people feel good.”
And Moss is accomplishing just that. She creates surreal, psychedelic dreamscapes that appear to be the past, present, and future all at once: a field of melting poppies that glimmer in the dark, stage visuals that look like a cosmic desert, and cityscape that feel like MC Escher meets airbrush art.