Happy to show my 2016 series of modestly-scaled paintings at Matthew Johnstone's Et Al Poetry reading Saturday, March 11.
Et Al. presents VISITING poet Megan Kaminski, & Nashville poets Christine Hall, Crystal Wood. & painter Jodi Hays
On February 12, 2017, Show and Tell art and Design hosted our 2nd "Pop In", a pop-up art show in our Show & Tell Art & Design Home Gallery including Sarah Boyts Yoder, Jodi Hays, Alex Wagoner
Thanks to Red Arrow Gallery and Artsy for a feature on the Miami Project at the fairs this week!
Erica Ciccarone wrote a bit about my new works for Burnaway, so lucky to have her brain in Nashville. Thanks Burnaway!
Julia Martin Gallery's BEVY (June 4-July 31) includes new works on paper
Encore, at the Ewing Gallery of Art and Architecture (July 15-Aug 28) curated by Eric Cagley. Closing reception Sunday August 28, 1-4pm. Show includes Rob Matthews, Terry Thacker, Mary Addison Hackett, among others.
See an interview with Chattanooga-based artist, Katie Hargrave for Locate Arts
DADU show River Rat, curated and opened with East Side Art Stumble on April 9 included drawing and sculpture by Christopher Roberson.
Locate Arts has an artist registry now, honored to be included.
I am happy to be included in The Painting Center's (NYC) Artist Registry as of March 2016.
Look for news on upcoming summer group show at Julia Martin Gallery.
Boston residency summer 2016- follow my instagram for updates.
Edgehill Muses features works by John Baeder, DeFord Bailey, William Edmondson, Skye Gilkerson, Jodi Hays, Courtney Adair Johnson, Alan LeQuire, Andrew O’Brien, Mark Schlicher, Macon St. Hilaire, James Threalkill, Scott Wise and Louise Dahl Wolfe.
The curator is Rachel Bubis, gallery manager of E.T. Burk and gallery director of Seed Space. “I grew up very close to Edgehill and have observed over the years the multitude of changes for this historic neighborhood,” Bubis said. “Edgehill Muses offers a glance into the future within the context of Nashville’s struggle to manage the problems that come with explosive growth.”
Works by Jodi Hays address this, including “Untitled” (oil on panel). The colorful paintings of buildings delineated by imagery of flags, fences and grids demarcate borders of built environments. Hays describes her artistic process as a “negotiation of restraint and abandon.”