Jodie Lewers Chertudi

I'm a native Tucsonan who daylights as a graphic designer, moonlights as a muralist and dreams in color.
About Jodie Lewers Chertudi

Growing up in rural Pinal County, she roamed the desert finding inspiration in the subtlest things nature had to offer, from silhouettes of an ocotillo against the Sonoran sunset to the sky's reflection in mud puddles after rain to shadows cast by the light from a full moon. She always fantasized about big city life and has a huge crush on graffiti art, surrealism, and abstract paintings.

Jodie played basketball at Pima Community College and went on to graduate from Northern Arizona University with a degree in Visual Communication. She is the principal designer of JLewers Design and is never happier than when she is bringing an idea to life while rocking out to her eclectic music library.

Jodie Lewers Chertudi
Preferred Pronouns: She/Her
Located at Seven Cups Teahouse in Tucson, Arizona
Monsoon Dragon

The Seven Cups Teahouse mural was inspired by a Tang Dynasty Poem “Seven Cups of Tea” by Lu Tong. You can scan a QR code on the wall and read the poem in augmented reality via your mobile device.

Private residential commission in the Indian Ridge Neighborhood.
Waves of Solar

This 50 ft long mural lives under a giant mesquite tree. The wave wraps itself around the corner of the wall making it a colorful backdrop for the kid’s treehouse in the backyard.

Located near the bus stop at Speedway and Park in Tucson, Arizona.
This mural was inspired by the poem Reckon by Logan Phillips as a part of the Speedway Corridor Mural Project and was donated to the City of Tucson Public Art Collection.

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