I am an artist. I am also an educator. As an artist, I use drawing, printmaking, and mixed-media to explore the world around me. As an educator, I strive to bridge the arts and sciences through landscape architecture, and to teach this essential union. As an engaged scholar, I believe in the power of narrative and the power of seeing and representing the world around me as a tool for educating students, myself, and the greater community.

My body of work reveals the connections between atmospheric qualities and the changeability of place. Through the drawings, I began to understand the weighted space between tree canopy and the ground, the echoing space between landforms and walking trail, and the overpowering space between the sky and myself. I realized that my work captured what I term the ‘staging’ of the landscape. My drawings comprised layers upon layers. Throughout the production of these works, I deconstructed and reconstructed the landscape by scraping, rubbing, and sanding the media while exploring each layer. 
Education
Master of Landscape Architecture, University of Colorado at Denver
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Syracuse University
Solo Exhibitions
2019
Hunt, J. “Miles of Landscape.” Michael Cettei Library Gallery. Salem Community College
2018
Hunt, J. “50 Miles of Thunder.” Cassias Gallery. (50 pieces exhibited [Screen prints] and animation) 
2016
Hunt, J. “Poetics of the Konza Prairie.” Jarvis Exhibition, Chang Gallery. (16 pieces exhibited [intaglio and relief prints, encaustic, drawings and photograph]) 
Juried Group Exhibitions
2019
Hunt, J. (2019). “Konza Prairie.” 4Culture Media Gallery. Seattle, Washington. .
2016
Hunt, J. (2016). “Poetics of the Konza Prairie.” Design Communications Association Bi-Annual Conference. Bozeman, Montana. 
Hunt, J. (2016). “Animating the Poetics of the Konza Prairie, Part Two: Summer and Fall.” Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture 2015-2016 Annual Conference. Salt Lake City, Utah.
2015
Hunt, J. (2015). “Prairie Burn Layers.” Thinking Through Drawing: International Drawing & Cognition Research and Education. Bargehouse Gallery, Oxo Tower Wharf, London, England. (International)
Hunt, J. (2015). “Prairie Burn Layers ||.” Thinking Through Drawing: International Drawing & Cognition Research and Education. Bargehouse Gallery, Oxo Tower Wharf, London, England.  (International)
Hunt, J. (2015). “Animating the Poetics of the Konza Prairie, Part One.” Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture 2014-2015 Annual Conference. Film Track.
2014
Hunt, J. (2014). “Irreversible Landscape of Alignment.” The Printmaking Center of New Jersey, Structure Exhibition. Branchburg, NJ.  
Hunt, J. (2014). “Strata.” Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture 2013-2014 Annual Conference. Art Exhibition Track. 
2013
Hunt, J. “The Endless Sky.” Tieton Arts and Humanities. Tieton, Washington.
2012
Hunt, J. “White Lies, Flutter in My Eyes.” Posted Exhibition. The Printmaking Center of New Jersey, Branchburg,
Hunt, J. “Red Ants in the Valley.” The Art of Letterpress. Croft Gallery, Austin, Texas. 
Hunt, J. “White Butterflies and the Landscape.” The Art of Letterpress. Croft Gallery, Austin, Texas. 
Hunt, J. “Finding Solid Ground.” The Art of Letterpress. Croft Gallery. Austin, Texas. 
2010
Hunt, J. “Blue Sky.” Manhattan Arts Center. Manhattan, Kansas. 
Hunt, J. “Red Heaven.” Manhattan Arts Center. Manhattan, Kansas. 
Hunt, J. “Arizona.” Manhattan Arts Center. Manhattan, Kansas. 
Hunt, J. “Water.” The Upstage Gallery. Topeka, Kansas. 
Hunt, J. “Broken.” The Upstage Gallery. Topeka, Kansas. 
2009
Hunt, J. “Flower.” The Upstage Gallery. Topeka, Kansas. 
Hunt, J. “Golden Whistle.” Manhattan Arts Center. Manhattan, Kansas.
Hunt, J. “Shadow.” The Art House Gallery. Topeka, Kansas.
1994
Hunt, J. and Cathleen Campbell. “Raisins and Tomato Soup.” Shrine Gallery. Syracuse, New York. (two-person exhibition)
Hunt, J. Queen of the Sugarcubes. “Strickly Paintings.” Comstock Gallery. Syracuse, New York. (group show)
Hunt, J. “My Work.” 1994. Shaffer Staircase Gallery. Syracuse, New York. (solo exhibition)
1993
Hunt, J. Untitled. London, England.
1992
Hunt, J. and Lucente, J. “Paintings.” Shaffer Art Gallery. Syracuse New York. (two-person exhibition)
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