Jodie Baehre is an acrylic urban landscape painter in Dorchester, Massachusetts. Jodie studied Industrial Design at the Rochester Institute of Technology, received a Bachelors of Fine Arts from the Art Institute of Boston, and a Masters of Science in Art Administration from Boston University. She also works part-time at the non-profit music organization, Project STEP.
Jodie has been in several exhibitions in Boston including Ambassadors 2 at Boston City Hall and The Big Picture at Atlantic Wharf Gallery in Boston. Her work is on permanent reserve at the Boston Public Library, permanent exhibit at Factory 63, Harvard University, Massachusetts General Hospital, and she has three works in State Street Bank's permanent art collection. Jodie has been featured in Boston Magazine, The Weekly Dig, Daily Artspace, Bezar, The Boston Globe and Apartment Therapy. In 2015 Jodie was nominated for the prestigious Brother Thomas Fellowship through the Boston Foundation, in 2018 (and again in 2019) Jodie was honored by The City of Boston as a Fay Chandler Emerging Artist. In 2019 she participated in an artist residency in Epsom, New Hampshire as awarded through Getaway. Also in 2019 she was a feature artist presenter/speaker for Turning Art. In 2021 Jodie was nominated by the St. Botolph Club, Boston for an emerging artist grant and she was featured online by the Edward Hopper House in Nyack, NY. In 2022, she is curating an exhibition titled "There Once Was Parking." This exhibition, that was postponed in 2019 due to COVID, will be on view at the Assemblage Gallery in The Envoy Hotel, Boston MA.