Aliya Gordon is a printmaker based in South Florida. Gordon earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting, Drawing, and Printmaking at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville. In her work, she explores concepts of identity, as well as interpersonal connections and the flow of energy. She uses relief printmaking and mixed media techniques, and upcycles found objects into three-dimensional works.

Gordon’s works have been featured in exhibitions throughout Florida. In 2014, several of her paintings were displayed in a privately curated exhibition at the Gallery of Amazing Things in Dania Beach, Florida. After completing an inspiring study abroad program in Italy in 2018, Gordon exhibited her work at the University of North Florida’s Lufrano Intercultural Gallery in 2018. Most recently, her 2019 large scale relief print, The Flow and Overflow, was displayed at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Jacksonville, Florida.