Jordann Wine draws on classical forms and patterns in her work to reference mathematical concepts inspired by sacred geometry. Working with the golden ratio, fractals, and gradients her geometric abstract paintings, drawings and murals connect with notions of deep space in time, as well as deep space found in meditation. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from New York University; where she studied Sustainable Entrepreneurship in the Gallatin School of Individualized Study and minored in Studio Art. She continued her education at the Aegean Center for Fine Arts in Paros, Greece. Currently, based in Washington, DC, she has had solo exhibitions at Honfleur Gallery, George Mason University, and Strathmore Arts Center, as well as many national and international group exhibitions. She has murals throughout DC, Maryland, New York and Jamaica, working with among others: the DC Commission of Arts and Humanities, POW! WOW! DC, Conrad Hotel, lululemon, and JBG. Her work has been purchased for private collections, including recent acquisitions for the permanent collections of DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities Art Bank, Lockheed Martin, Fairmont Hotel, Montefiore Hospital, and Booz Allen Hamilton. She was a 2019 recipient of the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities Artist Fellowship grant.