About Jody Selin

Photo by Matt SaGurney

Growing up in Greensboro, North Carolina, Jody’s appreciation for nature began under the beauty of her family’s lush cherry, pear, oak and dogwood trees. Memories of a childhood spent in her parents’ garden and present-day inspiration from Western New York’s agriculture and the City of Buffalo, where she now resides, result in a marriage of past and present.

“I approach my work through several individualized series, or small bodies of work. In each series, surface, line and form are combined in a language that defines each work individually, while collectively representing the whole. I particularly enjoy the challenge of treating 3D materials with a 2D sensibility and vice-versa.  

Common and recurring themes reflect a love for the natural sciences; botany, biology, geology, chemistry and macro-micro environments.“