Jordan is a watercolor artist-pianist who expresses her art through light and sound. Michelle is a writer, researcher, and student of ancient language.

Music for the eyes: Jordan’s paintings are visual interpretations of her music, color for note, hue for pitch. Pictured: Jordan painting The Kiss
Jordan standing in front of Keyboard of Nine, painted at age 6, depicting the interplay of light and sound in what she calls The Ninth Note.
Art for the ears: Composing auditory equivalents of her paintings, Jordan’s music is passionate, melodic, and expressive.
Music for the eyes: Jordan’s paintings are visual interpretations of her music, color for note, hue for pitch. Pictured: Jordan painting The Kiss.
Jordan standing in front of Keyboard of Nine, painted at age 6, depicting the interplay of light and sound in what she calls The Ninth Note.
Art for the ears: Composing auditory equivalents of her paintings, Jordan’s music is passionate, melodic, and expressive.

Feature: New York Trilogy. The New York Trilogy paintings are a departure from Jordan’s traditional paintings, both in content and style. As ominous as they are depictive, they display a chronological set of events to show three aspects of the subject.

I am interested in historical and comparative ancient language, with a focus on word etymology. In this site I study early sinaitic/semitic languages to better understand the original culture and ideologies of early peoples. I also investigate Talmudic texts, archeology, genealogy, anthropology, cosmology, legends, and history. I am not a professional linguist, but have a lifelong love of language and a passion for old texts. Languages include Aramaic, Proto-Canaanite/Paleo Hebrew, Akkadian, Egyptian, Elamite (pre-Iraq), Moabite, Phoenician, Syriac, Arabic, and Greek/Roman/Latin.

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