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It's Our One-Year Anniversary Newsletter!
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New ArtShape Mammoth Artists!

WE ARE PROUD TO WELCOME THESE TALENTED ARTISTS TO ASM:

Ann Barlow photography
Chris Collins sculpture
Coral Penelope Lambert sculpture
Cori Champange wearable sculpture
Fay Stanford printmaking
Julie Ward participatory sculpture, performance
Leslie Fry ceramic sculpture
Lindsey French multimedia sculpture, performance, video
Lindsey Wolkowicz painting
Margaret Noble multimedia sound sculpture
Paul Higham DATA sculpture
Seth Goodman painting


WELCOME BACK, RETURNING ARTISTS:

Amiee Hertog found object sculpture
Anne Beck multimedia, painting, collage
Aubrey Roemer painting, installation
Claire Breidenbach sculpture
Claudia Schwalb painting
David Alban ceramic sculpture
Emily Lindskoog painting, mixedmedia
Jane Gordon ceramic sculpture, installation
Jennifer McCandless ceramic sculpture
Jessica Mongeon painting
Joan Harmon sculpture
Jordan Max painting
Justine Johnson sculpture, performance, video
Kristen Tordella-Williams sculpture, performance, video
Kristi Arnold painting, sculpture
Maureen O'Leary painting
Sarah Magida painting, textiles
Susan Luss painting, textiles

 
AND OUR WONDERFUL STAFF:

Liz Ensz exhibition coordinator
James Lentz traveling foundry coordinator
Melissa Sclafani grant writer
LuFei Sun Shanghai curator
 WE'RE KICKING OFF OUR 2ND YEAR OF ARTIST REPRESENTATION WITH A BANG!
In just our first month of this representation year, we've
begun an artist exchange initiative with a curator in Shanghai, 
and we've been accepted into two Miami Art Fairs!
More excitement to come in the next few months!
Happening Now in Jackson, Mississippi
Read more about Uncharted HERE
DIRECTORS' NEWS
Executive Director Margaret Coleman is proud to announce she is a new PhD candidate for the Institute for Doctoral Studies in the Visual Arts. Margaret will be studying the conceptual structure of the art world as an artistic medium and is excited to use her studies to strengthen our ArtShape Mammoth program. 
Program Director Amy Joy Hosterman just hosted her first open studio tour event at her ceramics studio on the Art Farm in Loveland, Colorado, with raku-firing demonstrations for the public. She is planning an expansion of her studio facilities and is in the first stages of creating an educational clay artist residency program in Loveland.
Operations Director Joshua Hosterman is well into his tattoo apprenticeship at NoCo Studio Tattoo. Come to Colorado for free tattoos this winter while he is in training! Joshua is also currently working on Art Shape Mammoth's incorporation as a non-profit organization.
Artist News: October 2015
 
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Chris Collins has work in “The Land Mark Show” opening October 9th at the Center for Contemporary Art in Santa Fe, NM, a juried exhibition of Western land based/oriented works. 
More Info HERE

He has also recently been a visiting artist at the New Mexico School for the Arts, and participated in a workshop led by artist Piers Watson of the luted crucible process of metal casting. The workshop wraps up with an exhibition hosted by Axle Contemporary, a mobile gallery, which will be set up outside of the CCA Santa Fe to coincide with the opening. 
 
Congratulations to Chris who recently took Best in Show at Common Ground, an exhibition of Santa Fe artists at the Santa Fe Community Gallery.

The gallery he co-owns, Santa Fe Collective, opened a group exhibition entitled “My Spirit Animal” on October 3rd.
                       
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Linsey French was at David Weinberg Photography last month for:
"To What Each Becomes in the Presence of the Other"
In the search for a phytocentric perspective, Lindsey French engaged with a poison ivy plant through gestures of attunement. Using strategies gleaned from couples therapy, moments of contact will be amplified as the performer and plant explore the resonances activated by these encounters
More HERE

Also, from October 9 - Nov 2, French has work in the exhibition:
"Imperceptibly and Slowly Opening", at Sector 2337 in Chicago, IL.
Responding to a new field of critical thought, Imperceptibly And Slowly Opening uses the group exhibition format to explore the strangeness of plants and how they trouble human structures.
More HERE
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Jane Gordon is in a six-person show titled PARCH: an art exhibit exploring the nature of water, at the Open Space Visitor Center in Albuquerque, NM. The show runs from October 3rd - December 27th, more information can be found HERE
 
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Paul Higham is showing in two International Digital Sculpture Exhibitions in Europe. His new bronze rapid prototype work “F.R.O.N.D : Fractal Rendition of Noumenal Data”
has been shipped off to Paris for the ARS Mathematica exhibition, showing work of the Pioneers of Digital Sculpture at the Chateau d'Asnieres-sur-Seine, Paris, France.

His interactive self organizing work “AUTOTECTURE GOLDENGATE
GEODESIC GPS SUITE” is part of 3D GLITCH: an exciting new exhibition exploring
alteration through chance, manipulation, error, accident, abstraction,
sound and the uncanny. The 3dGlitch exhibition at the University of Sunderland Fab Lab,
Sunderland, UK, runs from October 15th-November 13th.
 
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Coral Penelope Lambert has work in two shows in the New York area, one upstate at Saunders Farm in Garrison, NY where she has installed ‘Hay Barrels: After Monet’ as part of the tenth anniversary there open dawn to dusk and running until Oct 31st.
More information HERE 

Her work ‘Sky Net : As Above So Below’ can be seen at ‘Under Construction‘ an exhibition/residency by members of the New York Sculptors Guild in House #15 on Governors Island, NY. The sculpture is sited at the entrance way at the edge of the stairway.
 
Coral Penelope Lambert and Paul Higham have work up for auction in the Sculptors Guild 'Not A Box' fundraiser at the Sideshow Gallery in Brooklyn.
The Gala is on Oct 22nd and tickets can be purchased online HERE 
 
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Sarah Magida is having an Open Studio as part of the School 33 Open Studios Tour, a city wide event in Baltimore, MD.  
More info HERE

 
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Margaret Noble is featured in the new exhibit “Rainmaker” at the San Diego Central Library, open from September 19th – November 29th.
More info HERE
 
She has presented a solo exhibition titled “Resonating Objects,” which opened on Septmeber 24th and runs through November 5th at the Montgomery College of Visual and Performing Arts in Montgomery, Maryland.
More info HERE 
 
Margaret Noble is also a recent inductee to the Royal British Society of Sculptors. See HERE
 
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Maureen O’Leary has photography in “Emerge” running September – October of this year at the Midwest Center for Photography in Wichita, KS. She has paintings at “Bushwick Open Studios” Wayfarers Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, and in “What Does Art Add? Figuring the More-than-Human World” curated by Kathryn Eddy and Janell O’Rourke, at City Without Walls in Newark, NJ.
 
She has a review of the premier of a performance art piece by Terri Phillips published in Number: Inc.

Congratulations to Maureen for having three of her photographs selected as finalists for the 7th Edition of the Julia Margaret Cameron Award this past summer. See them HERE
 
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Aubrey Roemer is currently on a two-month residency in Taiwan at K.A.T. Sugar Refinery Artist Village, where she is completing “Empalagoso (Saccharine): The Chichiglapa Portrait Project”. The residency includes teaching local students and an exhibition.
 
Her solo exhibition “Remnant Animism” was silently auctioned from Gallery at the Terrace, with proceeds going to charities supported by Atlantic Terrace and to fund the creation and exhibition of a portrait project detailing the Syrian refugee crisis in Europe. Stay tuned for more information on that project in the coming months.
 
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Melissa Sclafani has a solo show, “Chew Me Up/Spit You Out” at Wayfarers in Brooklyn, NY, with an opening on Friday, October 16th and running through November 1st.  
More information can be found HERE

Melissa is a first year MFA sculpture candidate at the University of Colorado, Boulder.
 
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Fay Stanford recently had her work in the Woodmere Museum Annual Show. The Woodmere is a Philadelphia institution in a converted 19th century mansion which is dedicated to collecting and displaying the work of Philadelphia artists. The jurors were the Dufala brothers, who teach at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. Their interdisciplinary  work includes drawing, printmaking, sculpture and music. 
 
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Art Shape Mammoth is an artist-run organization with the mission to enhance contemporary arts dialog by supporting the development of artists and connecting them with new communities. We coordinate and facilitate a nationwide Artist Representation Program with thoughtfully curated exhibitions and visiting-artist opportunities across the country, the ONE Arts Center gallery and workshop space in Vermont, The Visitor Center Artist Camp near-wilderness residency site in the UP of Michigan, and traveling experiential workshops in metal-casting and ceramics!

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