Jeffrey Cortland Jones is a painter, curator, and professor who lives on a small farm in Southwestern Ohio. His work is represented by Galleri Urbane, Dallas + Marfa, TX; Gallery IMA, Seattle, WA; Imlay Gallery, San Diego; Kathryn Markel Fine Arts, New York, NY; TW Fine Art, Brisbane, Australia; and &Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Jeffrey’s work has been widely exhibited and has been written about in the Wall Street Journal (where Peter Plagens wrote that his solo exhibition at Kathryn Markel Fine Arts was “the best thing in a back room I’ve seen in a long time,”) Art LTD magazine, Contemporary Art Review LA, WideWalls, Modern Luxury Interiors Chicago, Arts + Culture, showcased twice in New American Paintings, and featured in over 150 exhibitions since 2010. He has had solo exhibitions at Kathryn Markel Fine Arts, New York; Boecker Contemporary, Heidelberg, Germany; Pratt Institute, Brooklyn; Raygun Projects, Toowoomba, Australia; Galleri Urbane, Dallas; RZT Gallery, Las Vegas; SomeWalls, Oakland; Weston Art Gallery, Cincinnati; and Gray Contemporary, Houston; and has been included in numerous two-person and group exhibitions at the Painting Center, New York; the Museum Sankt Wendel, Sankt Wendel, Germany; Jamie Brooks Fine Art, Los Angeles, Cheryl Hazan Contemporary, New York; Lyons Wier Gallery, New York; Skibum MacArthur, Los Angeles; Centre d’art Contemporain, Metz, France; M17 Contemporary Art Center, Kiev, Ukraine; the Elmhurst Art Museum, Chicago; Matthew Rachman Gallery, Chicago; Zeitgeist Gallery, Nashville; Saturation Point, London, England; Mini Galerie, Amsterdam, Netherlands; Galerie oqbo, Berlin, Germany; Galerie Biesenbach, Cologne, Germany; the University of California, Berkley; TW Fine Art, Brisbane, Australia; Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn; Tiger Strikes Asteroid, Philadelphia; the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art; Hoffman LaChance Contemporary, St. Louis; and Jordan Faye Contemporary, Baltimore.
He received a Masters of Fine Art from the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Art, Architecture, and Planning and a Bachelors of Fine Art from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, both in Painting and Drawing. Jeffrey is a Professor of Art at the University of Dayton where he heads the Painting program.
In addition to making work, Jeffrey also actively curates exhibitions at a number of galleries and alternative spaces, including DIVISIBLE, a project space he co-founded at the Front Street Building Company in Dayton, OH.
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