JACK BORDNICK

Facing It Together

My works represent what I have accomplished with this art form. I call it my quantum and metaphoric moment, the changing from one form to another. They express and implement my thoughts and feelings, regarding taking risks, without any guarantee of their success….. and to be reflected in these present works, is my goal. The predominant imagery deals mostly with faces of both living and non-living beings and things. They are expressed in these many forms and images and do speak to us in their own languages.These present sculptural images incorporate both surrealistic and mythological and magical imagery, fabricated in mixed media assemblages. They are assembled, disassembled and reassembled.

Mixed media, 12x12x13 inches, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 2021

Jack Bordnick has been part of this creative art world since he can remember, beginning as a product designer and establishing his own design business in New York, Santa Fe, and Europe.

MORE FROM SPRING 2023 (4:4)

PROSE

2022 Prose Chapbook Winner
This is for the Naming, Dacia Price (an excerpt)
A Conversation with Dacia Price, Maria S. Picone, Managing Editor

Across Dark Waters, Charlotte Stevenson
Awake at 2:58 AM Anticipating Eruption, Nathan King
Your Neighbor Your Lover, Sydney Kim
Notes on Grieving Gary, Dylan Smith
Thorns, Armaan Kapur

POETRY

Limbo, Cara Waterfall
Frog Prince Flops Under Scrutiny, V.A. Bettencourt
Foodsafe, Jade Liu
Spring 2021, Laura Villareal
Sometimes I Still Get Hungry, Rachel Mallalieu
Lent, Caitlyn Alario
20 Bars for Vitiligo, Alba Delia Hernández
Dinner Sonnet, Mimi Yang

ART

Facing It Together, Jack Bordnick
Eden, Margaret Karmazin
tanggal, Cinnamone Winchester/Sebastiàn Ungco
Message in a Bottle, Carella Keil
Inhibition, Grace Zhou
The Song of the Hope Seeker, Oormila Vijayakrishnan Prahlad