Jodi Wiley works in acrylic on canvas to create images of trees found in urban and suburban environments. She aims to highlight their beauty and singularity, their metaphorical human-like qualities and their role in memory and meaning-making.

Jodi was a winner of the Darebin Art Show in 2010 (acquisitive) for 'Tree (Detail)' and has been a finalist in several competitions including the Nillumbik Prize (2013), BSB Art Prize (2011) and the NSW Gallipoli Art Prize for her work 'Lone Pine Family Tree' (2010).

Jodi lives in Melbourne, Australia with her husband and two daughters.