Interview by the Voyage Denver in their series, Trailblazers: Rewriting the narrative, about my work and artistic practice. Link here.

Delighted to have Electricity Drives The First Form, selected for the 14th Final Exhibition Arsenale of Venice with Arte Laguna Prize in Venice, Italy. March 22 - April 13, 2020.  (EDIT: Due to coronavirus exhibition has been canceled )

Letting Go Of Utopia, a solo exhibition of paintings, will be on view January 17-April 5, 2020 at the Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum in Mesa, Arizona. Opening February 14. EDIT Due to Coronavirus, Exhibition will close in mid March, 2020.

Nice mention in the Denver Westword about exhibition at William Havu Gallery in Denver, "Jenny Day brings a whole new look to the gallery mezzanine, where her collages and collage-like paintings rewrite the landscape of nature and everyday life".

Now represented by William Havu Gallery in Denver, Colorado with a debut exhibition, January 17- February 29th. Opening January 17th. 

Two paintings featured in the group exhibition, Take Nothing for Granted, at Tucson International Airport. Curated by David Andres. October 28, 2019 - January 24, 2020.

Maximum Saturation featured in group show, Take Nothing For Granted, at the Louis Bernal Gallery at Pima Community College in Tucson, Arizona. October 28 - December 6th. Read press release here. 

105/350 and 100 will be on view and available at the Bemis Art Auction and Concert, Friday October 25th. 

"Bifurcated Translation" will be on view in the group exhibition, CLIMATE,

July 12 – August 30, 2019 at Scene Metrospace at Michigan State University in East Lansing. 

Climate is the result of a national call for artwork that reveals stories of surroundings and the evolving circumstances of our geography. Human interactions with the environment can be subtle, significant, temporary, and lasting forming a paradox that in some cases cannot be solved or erased

Nice feature in the Summer Art Series by the Arizona Star about my paintings at Davis Dominguez Gallery . You can read the article here. 

The End will be on view and available at Big Names, Small Art, at the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento, California, Saturday, May 23, 2019.

I will be teaching a week long painting workshop, Pattern and Line, at Arrowmont School of Arts in Tennessee. October 27-November 2, 2019.

Foundational Void will be on view in the Instructors Exhibition at the Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. May 11- August 17th, 2019. 

A funny kind of valentine, acrylic on canvas, 12" x 12", will be on view at the Small Works show at Davis Dominguez Gallery in Tucson, Arizona. April 26 - June 22, 2019. Reception June 1, 2019.

Great review by Margaret Reagan in the Tucson Weekly about my work in On Our Watch at Davis Dominguez Gallery. Click here to read the full review.

On Our Watch, a three person exhibition at Davis Dominguez Gallery in Tucson, Arizona will be on view March 1 - April 20th, 2019. Artwork will  include paintings and collages by myself, lithographs by Andy Polk, and sculpture by John Davis.  Opening March 9, 6-8 pm. Artist talk 5-6 pm.

50 framed collages are currently on view  through February 15, 2019 and available in New Orleans at Jonathan Ferrara Gallery. Collages are treated as sketches for testing out an idea, before I make a painting. This is the largest grouping of them that has been shown to date.

Great interview by Gabbi Hollander, of the Brooklyn based art blog, Loose Ties, that focuses on past and current experiences and how they have shaped my work. Read full interview here. 

A nice write up by BU Pipe Dream about my exhibition, Lone Star, True But Whatever at Binghampton University. Read article here. 

Lone Star, True But Whatever, a solo show at Binghamton University, in Binghamton, New York will be on view from September 6 - September 30th. Opening and Artist Talk on Thursday, September 6th, 2018 from 6 - 8 pm.

A short interview about my solo show, Our Shared Disaster,  at Jonathan Ferrara Gallery in New Orleans. Click image to see video. 

Featured in a podcast for the literary online magazine the Superstition Review. Listen here

An interview with Jonathan Ferrara Gallery about winning the grand prize for the juried No Dead Artists Exhibition in 2017. Click image to view video. 

Multiple pieces, including Down The Apoxee and The Absence of Limestone, will be on view in the group exhibition, From Underfoot: Breaking Through Surface and Ground. Curated by Jacqueline McGilvray at Blue Star Contemporary in San Antonio, Texas. Opening June 7, 2018. On view June 7 - September 9, 2018. 

As part of the 2017 No Dead Artist's Grand Prize,  my work will be featured in Our Shared Disaster,  a solo exhibition at Jonathan Ferrara Gallery that opens May 30th, 2018 and runs until July 14, 2018.  Opening June 2, 2018 , 6 - 9 pm.

Four large pieces will be featured in the 2017 Contemporary Forum Award Exhibition at the Phoenix Art Museum. They will be shown alongside the work of  Matt Magee, Casey Farina, Laura Spalding Best, and Christopher Jagmin. Reception May 23, 2018. Exhibition on view May 23 - November 4, 2018. 

Awarded an Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant for 2018! More information about the grant here.

Woods, packing plant will be available at the Crocker Museum Art Auction. May 24 - June 2.  More information here. 

A nice mention about my piece, Dwellings, in the 2018 group show Small Things Considered at Davis Dominguez Gallery in Tucson, Arizona. Click here to read article.  

Dwellings will be shown at Small Things Considered at Davis Dominguez Gallery in Tucson, Arizona. April 27 - June 23, 2018. Reception on June 2. 6 - 8 pm. 

A Distancing chosen for Arte Laguna, an international group exhibition in Venice, Italy. See link for more details about awards, prizes, and curators. Opening March 17. 2018. Exhibition on view March 17 - April 8, 2018. 

Reflection available at Odyssey II, a benefit for the Torrance Art Museum in Los Angeles, California. March 17th, 2018. 

Nearly Somewhere 005 available at Julia Jump, a benefit for New Orleans Preservation Resource center. Click here for more information about tickets and the event. March 16, 2018

Final Elevation on view at Jonathan Ferrara Gallery beginning February 18, 2018 in New Orleans, Louisiana. 

Nearly Somewhere 002 available at Sweet Arts 2018 at the Contemporary Arts Center on  February 24th, 2018. Click here to for more information. 

The Next Gold Rush available during the Live Auction at the Phoenix Art Museum Auction January 27th, 2018. Click here to see catalog. 

P4011 selected for the Contemporary Landscape Exhibition at Marin Museum of Contemporary Art in Marin, California. December 3, 2017 -  January 7, 2018. 

Chosen for the No Dead Artists Solo Exhibition Award at Jonathan Ferrara Gallery in New Orleans. Solo Exhibition  scheduled for June and July 2018. 

DAY + WALDMAN painting featured in review of Natural Selection at Galerie Protege by Art Nerd New York. Read review here. 

Four paintings from the series, A Distancing, selected for the International 21st No Dead Artists Exhibition at Jonathan Ferrara Gallery , August 30 - September 30, 2017, in New Orleans, LA. Press release here .

Hunters Point 2, a part of the collaborative work of DAY + WALDMAN, selected for Natural Selection, a group show at Galerie Protege in New York City. September 7 - October 3, 2017. Press release here

Awarded the 2017 Contemporary Forum Artist Grant from the Phoenix Art Museum. Includes a four-person exhibition at the museum in Spring 2018, curated by Gilbert Vicario, Selig Family Chief Curator, Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, AZ. Announcement here

"Nearly Somewhere 002" and "Nearly Somewhere 005" selected for 32nd Tallahassee International, an exhibition at the Florida State University Museum Of Fine Arts.  August 28 - October 1, 2017. 

"An Owl of the Waste Places" and "Lift" accepted into Contemporary Landscape, an international group exhibition at the Czong Institute for Contemporary Art, in Seoul, South Korea. June 23 - July 9, 2017.

"Exit Strategy" exhibited in Small Things Considered, a group show at Davis Dominguez Gallery in Tucson, AZ. May 5 - June 24 2017.

"Exhausted Hydrology " donated to , Big Names, Small Art, at the Crocker Museum in Sacramento, CA. 

Work featured in Opposing Futures, an exhibition at FATVillage Projects, April 29 - June 24, 2017, in Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Two paintings included in the group exhibition, Transitions, featuring directors and artists in residence of the Armory Art Center. January 20 - February 24, 2017. Palm Beach Atlantic University , West Palm Beach, FL.

Manual Digital, a group exhibition curated by artist Beth Waldman at Space 151 in San Francisco, CA includes three paintings from the Nearly Somewhere series. February 23 - March 25, 2017. Read a review of the exhibition here and here

Five paintings from Forgotten Topographies chosen for the Arizona State University online literary magazine Superstition Review

Work is included in the four person Artist in Residence Exhibition, a culmination of an eight month residency at the Armory Art Center in West Palm Beach, FL. February 10 - March 10, 2017. 

Paintings from Forgotten Topographies selected for online publication of Create! Magazine.

" The Only True Thing Is Water" is selected for international group show, Sense of Place , at the Elmhurst Art Museum in Elmhurst, IL. December 10, 2016 - February 12, 2017.

"Everything Sinks Eventually" accepted in 20th NO DEAD ARTISTS exhibition at Jonathan Ferrara Gallery in New Orleans, LA. Read review here

Interview with Frank Juarez Gallery, about Nearly Somewhere series featured on blog 365 Days, 365 Artists. August 23, 2015. 

Work featured in 2015 Small Things Considered at Davis Dominguez Gallery in Tucson, AZ. Read review here

Paintings from Strike Anywhere included in the four-person show, Four to Watch, at Davis Dominguez Gallery in Tucson, AZ in fall 2014. Read review here. 

Revisioned Soils, Resonant Structures, a two-person exhibition with Karen de Clouet, opens at The Drawing Studio in Tucson, AZ. Summer 2014. See body of work here

" Time is Nested and Layered " , is prominently displayed in the 2013 Arizona Biennial at the Tucson Museum of Art. Read review here

Review by La Monica Everett Hayes with University of Arizona News, about solo exhibition, Teleology / Echopraxia, focusing on large scale drawings in the Lionel Rombach Gallery at the University of Arizona Tucson in 2013.  Read review here. See body of work here. 

Video interview about 2013 solo exhibition, These Trace Remains, at Porter Hall Gallery in Tucson, AZ. Exhibition reviewed by Margaret Regan in the Tucson Weekly. Read review here

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