Jayme Odgers is a painter and graphic designer. With a B.A. from
Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California, Jayme is the recipient of numerous awards including a Fulbright Scholarship to Switzerland and over one hundred awards of excellence in graphic design. He was also selected to create an official poster for the 1984 XXIIIrd Olympiad held in Los Angeles along with such distinguished artists as David Hockney, Robert Rauschenberg, Roy Lichtenstein, Jonathan Borfosky, and John Baldasari.
Jayme has successfully taught at many renowned art departments
in the Los Angeles area including Art Center College of Design, California Institute of the Arts and Otis College of Art and Design.
At the invitation of the Tokyo Gakuin, he has recently toured Japan
as a guest speaker, lecturing in Tokyo, Nagoya and Osaka.
In addition to his studio practice Jayme also has completed a public art commission designing two water fountains for the Metropolitan Water District's Headquarters Building at Union Station in downtown Los Angeles.
Numerous books and articles have included Odgers' work,
most significantly The 20th Century Poster. Design of the Avant Garde (Abbeville Press, New York), POSTMODERISM, Style and Subversion 1970–1990 at the Victoria & Albert Museum in Londonin 2102. His work is included in the latest Dictionary of Graphic Design and Designer by Thames & Hudson and Megg's History of Graphic Design.
His work has been exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum, The San Francisco Museum of Art, Arco Center for the Visual Arts, The Albright Knox Museum and the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts,The Victoria & Albert Museum, London, England, with inclusion in the permanent collections of the Smithsonian's Cooper-Hewitt Museum in New York City and The White House in Washington, D.C.
Jayme Odgers lives and works in downtown Los Angeles.