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After the Rain – M. Contemporary 15/11/2018 – 29/11/2018


Selection of work to be exhibited –  Jody Graham – After the Rain – series of works on paper using ink, sap, mad, acrylic and charcoal. 2018

After the rain, The Australian bush comes alive. Clouds part, birds flutter as insects look for new homes. Trees glisten with a wet sheen. Everything has been cleansed and a deep sense of profound new optimism is palpable. – Jody Graham 6/4/18

Please join me at my exhibition ‘After the Rain’ at M.Contemporary opening the 15th November running until 29th November.
Opening hours: Monday by Appointment/Tuesday – Friday 10am – 5pm/Saturday and Sunday 10am – 4pm.
37 Ocean Street, Woollahra, Sydney NSW Australia 2025
+61(2) 9328 0922

It All Adds Up is a collaborative, community rug I am making out of bits of string, twine, rope, old shoe laces and other similar material salvaged from streets, lane ways, bus and train stops, parks and or other public areas. This project has been inspired by a desire to create without spending. I am interested to see if enough string like material can be retrieved and contributed to make the equivalent of king single bed blanket. Names of people donating and location of string like material will be documented and recored as part of It All Adds Up.

If you are interested in participating please send me an email via my contact page.

String Along

Articulate Project Space

497 Parramatta Rd, Leichhardt, Sydney
Friday, Saturday, Sunday 11 am to 5 pm (unless otherwise stated)

25 August – 9 September Open 11 am – 5 pm, Friday – Sunday

Helen Amanatiadis, Cathy Ball, Tricia Flanagan, Jody Graham, Judy Ann Moule, Christine Wiltshier, Marcelo Zavala-Baeza

‘All is not black & white’


Images – Jody Graham L to R  – Mine, Watching, A Crow 2018 37 x 27cm, charcoal and sap on paper

Participating artists  – Victoria Dussoni, John Edwards, Graham Marchant, Mo Orkiszewski, Madeleine Tuckfield-Carrano, Edith Cowlishaw, Jude Rose, Daniel Pata, Jody Graham, Hamish Campbell.
Please join with friends of Artsite Galleries and meet with the artists – Sunday 5th August 3-5pm. Exhibition continues to Sunday 26th August 2018.
Artsite Galleries 11am – 5pm Wednesday – Sunday
165 Salisbury Road, Camperdown NSW 2050 02 8095 9678

Join Jody (Saturday 28 July) between 3-5pm at Art Est Art School and Gallery for the official opening of her exhibition Around the Block. This exhibition is a result of Jody Graham winning 2017 Greenway Art Prize – Inner West Council Cooks River Alliance.

Exhibition runs from 28 July to 14 August – 4/67/69 Lords Rd, Leichhardt NSW 2040

Around the Block consists of a collection of two and three-dimensional artworks. Works in this collection have been made from discarded material, rubbings, marks and text directly sourced from the location surrounding where the artist resides. Creating work from the Inner West area provides a consistent source of material and inspiration as Jody Graham endeavours to reflect the true character of the place she calls home.

WILD: Flora and Fauna in Australian Art.

Hawkesbury Regional Gallery – 20 July – 2 September 2018.

300 George St, Windsor 2756

T 02 4560 4441

Mon, Wed, Thur & Fri 10am – 4pm Sat, Sun 10am – 3pm

Closed Tuesday and public holidays FREE ENTRY

Narelle Autio, Arthur Boyd, Dallas Bray, Sam Byrne, Peter Cooley, Julia deVille, Pippin Drysdale, Troy Emery, Cathy Franzi, Hayden Fowler, Jody Graham, Elioth Gruner, Fiona Hall, Fiona Hiscock, Shaun Gladwell, Petrina Hicks, Martin King, Kaltjiti Collabrative, Amber Koroluk-Stephenson, Sue Kneebone, Joseph Lycett, Jenni Kemarre Martiniello, Lily Lion Kngwarrey, Emily Kame Kngwarreye, Joseph McGlennon, Dinie Mellor, Noel McKenna, Jeffery Mincham AM, Tom Moore, Albert Namatjira, Charmaine Brown Napurrula, John Olsen, Christopher Pease, Gloria Petyarre, William Pidgeon, Kate Rohde, Derek Jungarrayi Thompson, Angela Valamanesh, Louise Weaver

Image: Jody Graham After the Rain 2018

Discarded – AD Space Gallery – UNSW Art & Design.

Napier St, Paddington, NSW

19 – 23 June 2018

Finissage Friday 22 – 6 – 8pm.

Discarded protests against the desire for new and disposable, seeking a different narrative for the rejected and spurned. Work in the Discarded collection has been made from what would usually be considered rubbish. Rejected materials found in gutters, streams, laneways and the artist studio have been salvaged and modified into something new. The pre- existing character of items seized and reworked, extending life and adding to the history of what would commonly be considered redundant.