Jodi Patterson has exhibited in over 100 gallery and museums across the U.S.A., including international venues in Budapest, London and Paris. She has published dozens of essays in a variety of scholarly journals and served as an inaugural co-editor of "Artizein: Arts & Teaching Journal" with her mentor, Dr. Peter London. Jodi currently serves as the Chair of an Art Department and heads the Art Education program within a university. She services advisory and executive boards for various art organizations.
As an artist, Jodi uses art to examine relationships with Nature and inspects place/space ontology stemming from an embedded roving art praxis. Jodi has visited over 30 countries, photographed nearly 300 waterfalls in a two-year span, and once traveled around the world in seven days to photograph some key UNESCO sites. Though formally trained as a painter, her artworks manifest via whatever form the message requires: paint, installation, digital photography, text. To learn more about her professional background, see RESUME.