Jodi Hollnagel-Jubran graduated from UWM Milwaukee in 1992 with a BFA in Sculpture and a K-12 grade Art teaching certification. She taught for a few years in the public school system then decided to develop her career in Sculpture. After graduating from East Carolina University in 1998 she was fortunate to receive several large-scale figurative bronze commissions.
She and her husband Hanna Jubran own and operate J&H Studio Inc. Their lives are dedicated to art by teaching at East Carolina University, making and exhibiting their art and traveling around the world participating in international sculpture symposiums.
Some of her accomplishments include: a 22’ wing spanned bronze eagle for the Jesse Helms Archive Center in Wingate, North Carolina, an 11’ bronze wildcat at Davidson College, a 12’ bronze Scotsman at Presbyterian College SC, a 13’ bronze Pirate at East Carolina University in Greenville, NC and A Monument to a Century of Flight in Kitty Hawk, NC.
Monumental sculptures in other countries include: Cayo Largo Cuba, Jish Israel, Europas Parkas - Vilnius Lithuania, Pedvale Sculpture Park - Latvia, Pirrkala Finland, Kemijarvi Finland, Tultepec Mexico and Mexico City, Granby Canada, St. Blasien Germany, and Hojer Denmark. She is currently making a life-size bronze figure and bas-relief work, for a Veteran’s Memorial in Asheville.