Hello @Jim Mosier
There is no possibility to use JQL filter to result in the outcome you described in your post. Please note that JQL is based on issues attributes, while Jira Version has no attributes at all.
However, you can obtain a similar view by structuring Jira issues by versions. Please go to Box configuration >> Tasks >> Scope Definition >> and select Versions. See my image as a reference.
Then configure your WBS selecting Version as your Structure Builder.
Once the configuration is completed, your Gantt will display collapsed structure showing only parent level (in our case parents are Versions) as on my image below.
Every moment you can expand the Gantt View, and see Jira issues assigned to a given Version.
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