About Ashli Ognelodh
Ashli Ognelodh is an Atlanta based multi-disciplinary artist. She received her Bachelors of Art Degree from Georgia State University. Ashli was the recipient of the Chelko Foundation Art Award for Women of Color.
Upon graduation, Ashli started a professional mural and artwork company. Some of her mural work can be found in private residences and commercial spaces located in Brooklyn, New York, Montego Bay, Jamaica, and Atlanta, Georgia. Ashli's artwork has been featured in group exhibitions such as: The Prevail Of A People, Day of Religious Pluralism, located at Atlanta City Hall, The Oman Baako Group Exhibit, the Roswell Roots Art Festival, and The Atlanta Jazz Festival.
Her solo exhibitions include: H.E.R, located at the Porter-Sanford Performing Arts Center and Reflections located at the B Complex Gallery. Ashli was also commissioned by the Grove Park Foundation to create a mural for the community.
Some of Ashli's press publications include: The Atlanta Journal Constitution, Voyage ATL Magazine, Rolling Out Magazine, Gwinnett Citizen Newspaper, and the NBAF
Ashli has served as the Program Manager for Prizm Art Fair, Exhibition Production Assistant for Ilèkùn Wa, Project Coordinator for the Arts Council of Baton Rouge, and Production Team Lead for Future Fair