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AbZOOlutley Chestnut Hill - Artists
National Penn Bank artist
Joanne Dhody, a lifelong resident of Chestnut Hill, attended John Story Jenks School and graduated from Ravenhill Academy in 1959.
She received a scholarship to attend Moore College of Art and Design, graduating in 1963 with a B.F.A in advertising art.
Mrs. Dhody has worked in the graphic design field for over thirty years, founding Design Unlimited, a graphic arts and illustration studio.
has designed for many prestigious institutions such as; Chilton Publishing
, Shearon Environmental Design, Children's Seashore House, Concerto Soloists of Philadelphia, Please Touch Museum
, School of Veterinary Medicine and the Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania
Mrs. Dhody was also an Associate Professor at Moore College of Art and Design where she taught typography and basic design to graphic design and illustration and majors.
For the past two years Joanne
has been focusing on painting, taking classes from Mark Bockrath and Mary Beaumont at the Chester Springs Studio
Mrs. Dhody is active in the community and serves on the Chestnut Hill Community Association Board and on the board of the Friends of the Chestnut Hill Library.
CHCA / events
Ned also intends to meet with Joanne Dhody (Aesthetics Committee Chair) and Patrick Moran (Traffic, Transportation, and Parking Committee Chair) in the coming weeks to discuss various issues.
CHCA / about chca
Joanne Dhody, At-Large 2009
Welcome to the Chestnut Hill Local
Joanne Dhody, of the CHCA's Aesthetics Committee said she was concerned about the lack of oversight regarding these signs.
Sidewalk sale items brought a similar reaction from Dhody
, who said that, aesthetically, the signs and clothes racks made the Hill look sloppy.
"They look junky," Dhody
said, questioning the need for the number of signs on the avenue.
CHCA / events
Joanne Dhody, Aesthetics Committee Chair, will give a 5-minute presentation at the January Board meeting to describe the committee's new approach.