Jody Graham is a multidisciplinary artist who uses unconventional tools and approaches when drawing, such as a rocks, bones or wire bound to the back of her hand or a bent umbrella. Jody Graham’s ideas celebrate the broken, displaced and forgotten, speaking to a compulsion to restore and rescue discarded material with an anti-consumerist and recycling ethos.


Looking at Painting

Artists that push the boundaries of the painting medium.
Each artist in the exhibition has a unique story that starts with innovative mark making with painterly materials.

Image credit: NYAPANYAPA YUNUPINGU Untitled (detail), 2018, 5861-18, paint pen on clear acetate, 86x 82cm. Courtesy of the artist and Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney.

Birdland 2021

The second annual Birdland – NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service – Blackheath
27 June – 10 September 2021
Image credit – Noriko Shimada ‘Spotted Pardalote’ 21 x 29.7cm watercolour

Burnt Wood Drawing with Jody Graham

Join Jody Graham as you explore new techniques and investigate contemporary drawing practices, developing your skills of drawing with unconventional methods.

Art W**K

Art Wank

Curious artists Fiona Verity and Julie Nicholson interview artists, curators, gallery owners, teachers and all the creatives they can find to learn about and discuss the art world.

Season 3 Episode 61 – Jody Graham multidisciplinary artist

Somewhere to Land

A selection of recent works showing at Nanda/Hobbs Gallery in the Project Space from 27 May – 5 June 2021.
Saturday 29th May 2 – 4pm artist talk