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About Jordan Greer Rogas

"There’s something about traveling- connecting with artisans around the world, and seeing stellar museum exhibitions- 
that sets my soul on fire"
“Textiles have always been a love language for me,
so much can be said through the craftsmanship of quality linen or silk
and the dedicated hours that go into
block-printing and batik”

Jordan Greer 

Jordan has spent the last decade {plus} as a bit of a traveling nomad and wouldn’t have had it any other way. In undergrad at Hollins University, she immersed herself in Art History and studied abroad in Florence, at the Accademia del Arte e Moda. Expanding her "eye of curiosity" by traveling extensively throughout Europe and seeing, firsthand, the great masters such as Michelangelo and Botticelli. 

From Hollins, Jordan made her way to Parsons in New York, where she earned her Masters in History of Decorative Arts and Design. Jordan also earned a prestigious Smithsonian Fellowship with the Louvre’s Musée des Arts Décoratifs, where she had the pleasure of studying 16th and 17th century French Chateaux, dining culture, and garden design. During her time at Parsons, she also spearheaded the task of documenting the interiors and working directly with Iris Apfel.

Throughout her time in New York, she had the honor of further training her eye under landmark institutions of Sotheby’s and Phillips Auction House, Bunny Williams Design, and F. Schumacher & Co.

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