Heather Gordon, artist, Durham, NC
Heather Gordon, photo credit : Warren Hicks

Heather Gordon is the daughter of a financial analyst and logistician. She lives and works in Knightdale, NC.

In 2022-23, Gordon has focused her attention on studio work, corporate installation, and private commissions.

Gordon’s most recent show, SHIFT HAPPENS, was on exhibit at the GreenHill Center for North Carolina Artists in Greensboro May through June 26, 2021. Also in 2020-2021, her work was part of Drawn: Concept & Craft at the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art in Winston-Salem, NC.
Her prior work includes Cinnabar as part of the exhibition You Are Here: Light, Color and Sound Experiences at the North Carolina Museum of Art. In addition, collaborative projects with choreographer Justin Tornow include Penumbra as part of Gordon’s exhibition at CAM Raleigh titled And Then the Sun Swallowed Me; Echo at 21C; and SHOW at The Durham Fruit.
Gordon’s public art projects include Resting Place at ArtPrize7, UNLESS at the Rubenstein Art Center at Duke University, Steel at The Dillon in downtown Raleigh, Chrysalis at Duke’s Art Annex, Thunderhead at the Ackland Art Museum, Elements at the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics, and One Love Response at the GreenHill Center for NC Art.
In 2014, Gordon received a North Carolina Artist Fellowship and has been a full-time artist since 2015.