As a sociological observer, J. Ivcevich documents the spirit of a place and highlights issues unique to the human condition in his artwork. He’s a self-taught artist who earned a sociology degree from Emory University. After college, he stayed in Atlanta working as a music producer and DJ while pursuing an art career. He was featured on the cover of New American Paintings in both the Southeast and Northeast editions. His work has appeared at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, the Jacksonville Museum of Modern Art, and the Mobile Museum of Art. He has had solo exhibitions in Indianapolis, New York, Washington, DC, Chicago, Atlanta, and Memphis. He has exhibited in group shows nationally and internationally. He received a grant from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation.