The art of Jordan Grimes, a University of North Texas graduate, is currently featured at the Old Post Office Museum and Art Center during Western Heritage
The art of Jordan Grimes, a University of North Texas graduate, is currently featured at the Old Post Office Museum and Art Center during Western Heritage Days. The art of two other artists, Miridith Morgan and Tom Miller, also will be spotlighted in the gallery through Saturday, Sept. 28. (Photo by Gay Storms)
Jordan Grimes is equally gifted at creating art forms inspired by both fantasy and realism.

The University of North Texas graduate will be featured at the Old Post Office Museum and Art Center during Western Heritage Days along with two other artists, Miridith Morgan and Tom Miller, will be featured through Saturday, Sept. 28.

His sculptures are the stuff of dreams and myths, and they stand in sharp contrast, to his realistic watercolors that capture the fierce essence of Native American warriors and shamans.

In spite of the stylistic differences, his love of nature and Native American culture connect all of his art.
Grimes said he is equally fascinated by Native American culture. His passion began when his great-aunt researched their family tree.


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