Creative talents, like houseplants and celebrities, wilt without proper attention. Foster latent talents with today's Groupon for a class or prints from Steven Jordan in Mount Pleasant. Choose between the following two options:
- For $50, you get a one- to two-hour art lesson including sketch paper and a signed print from Steven Jordan (up to a $200 value).
- For $52, you get five signed vintage event posters created by Steven Jordan (a $500 value).
Steven Jordan, a former teacher who has won 75 regional and national awards, teaches apprentices to craft their own artistic creations. The intimate four-student classes meet on the upstairs deck of Red's Ice House, where pupils engage in light conversation about whether the surrounding Shem Creek contains aspartame. Afterward, students absorb Steven Jordan's techniques for capturing the rippled water, towering boat masts, and sun and cloud interplay that dots the landscape. The instructor welcomes learners of all ages and skill levels, customizing sessions around each student's schedule. Upon concluding the lesson, pupils receive one of Steven Jordan's signed prints.
Art aficionados can opt for five signed Steven Jordan event posters from a selection of six. Crafted for a Charleston fundraiser, Dining with Friends captures a foreground of shimmering silverware against a background of buildings silhouetted in the sunlight. Charleston Cup captures an image of a racehorse jetting hungrily toward a hoagie sandwich held just out of frame, and Cooper River Bridge Run showcases a bridge's reflection against a golden sky.
Steven Jordan Art
Art may be a subjective experience, but with more than 100 regional and national awards, Steven Jordan’s talent is indisputable. A master of watercolor, mixed media, and oils, Jordan’s creativity knows few bounds, and his paintings have appeared in nationally published art books, as well as on TV and film. Steven has even painted his own van to look like a giant bumblebee. Customers can also commission work from Steven at an additional cost. The South Carolina native now frequently judges art competitions, gives lectures to organizations and strangers in the grocery line, and teaches classes and workshops.