Jordyn Payne

Bio

Jordyn Payne represents the third generation of professional artists in her family. While they’re known mainly for representational western sculpture, Jordan, 25, travels a different road with her exuberant, impressionistic landscapes. Her love for the outdoors has inspired her to paint what she loves and her emotions pour out onto her thickly painted, colorful canvases. Growing up surrounded by the majestic Colorado mountains and traveling to beautiful natural places such as Alaska has given Jordan the desire and inspiration she needs to paint. The natural beauty she sees around her lives in her memory and heart, to be expressed on the canvas every chance she gets. Jordyn feels blessed to have been mentored by her talented and accomplished father, Vic Payne, and brother, Dustin Payne. “But even so,” says Jordyn, “talent takes hard work, lots of endurance and patience, and most of all, a real love for what you do. That’s what proves how far you’re willing to take your dream.” Jordan was recently awarded the 2014 Gilly Fales Fine Art Award at the Buffalo Bill Art Show and Sale.

Accolades

  • 2014 Gilly Fales Fine Art Award, Buffalo Bill Art Show & Sale

Artwork

Lily Lake
Finding Elegance
Ralston Beauty
Clark's Fork Thunder
Creedance
Dog Days Study
June Creek
Momentary Shadows
Periwinkle Poplars
Tall by the Terrace
The Hay Meadow
Winter Waiting SOLD
Sun Days SOLD
Sugar Mountain SOLD
Silver Lining SOLD
Autumn Ambrosia SOLD
Against the Rouge SOLD
From the Mountains SOLD
Maple Creek SOLD
September Sway SOLD
Summer Breeze SOLD
Vermillion Meadow SOLD
Dusty Meadow SOLD
Crimson Canopy SOLD
Flakes of Amythest SOLD
Imperious SOLD
Sleepy Creek SOLD
Cold Feet, Sun on My Face SOLD
Walking Through Wildflowers SOLD
Heaven Bound (Study Size) SOLD
Sisters in Yellowstone SOLD
Cold Feet, Sun on My Face, Study SOLD
In the Limelight SOLD
Pathway to the Pines SOLD
Reminence (Triptych) SOLD
Grove of Ochre SOLD
Atop the Big Horns SOLD
Heaven Bound SOLD
Shadows on the Hillside SOLD
Waching the Leaves Fall SOLD
Subtle Rays of Light SOLD
Bright on the Bighorns SOLD
Down by the Cottonwoods SOLD