Jodee Molina is an artist living in Midland, Texas whose work with color and the feminine form celebrate the happy, in-between moments of life. Her colors are clean and clear, and her compositions vacillate between abstract shape and the feminine figure. She enjoys combining mediums and uses gouache, charcoal, pastel, collage and photography in addition to her acrylic work.
Jodee’s visual aesthetic is informed by her travels, her love of Latin culture and music, the books and magazines she has read and the light in the Llano Estacado High Plains where she resides with her husband Rodolfo and her daughter Georgia. Memories made with her family and friends also deeply inspire her work.
Jodee is a self-taught artist and has a BA in French Language and Literature. Before becoming an artist she worked in politics and education. She considers herself a story-teller and poet with paint.