Resident Artist Jody Isaacson discusses her current body of work in an intimate conversation with her long-time friend, fellow artist Jeffry Mitchell. In this 25-minute studio visit, Jody describes the ways in which her project deeply links grief, Henri Matisse's Dance (I), and wood block printing. Jody has been prolific at Township10. In addition to her studio practice, she studied dulcimer with neighbor Don Pedi, hiked the woods, soaked in Hot Springs, NC, and danced often. We loved having her here.
Interview with Jody Isaacson by Jeffry Mitchell, December 2020.
Pictured: Detail from Henri Matisse. Dance (I) at the MOMA/
Woodblocks of Turner's tattoo/ Katsushika Hokusai's phantom lantern print Oiwa-san