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Jennifer McCandless, Last Ditch Effort at Assimilation Series, American Armadillo
ART SHAPE MAMMOTH is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization committed to connecting artists to new communities and supporting the development of artistic practice, dialogue, education, and research through creative public exchange.

Our Programs Include:
An Artist Representation Program with thoughtfully curated exhibitions
A Cross-Cultural Exchange Program exhibiting artists across continents
ONE Arts Center gallery and workshop space in Vermont
Visitor Center Artist Camp wilderness residency in the UP of Michigan
Traveling Experiential Workshops in Metal-Casting and Ceramics
Giving Season is Here, and our non-profit needs your help!
Make your tax deductible donation to Art Shape Mammoth by December 31st, and support the great work and outreach our program does!

Reperception, freeform art space
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Lindsey Wolkowicz, Long Division

October 20th- November 3rd
featuring the work of
Andrew Brown, Lindsey Wolkowicz, and Scout Dunbar
curated by Jane Gordon

When we venture out into the world, moving through places, spaces, and time, these experiences form memories, which in turn inform our sense of self and personal identity. As we remember and remember again, our memories alter. Does our identity inform our changing memories just as our memories inform our identity? How does the interaction of our physical bodies in space alter our experiences of place and time, and in turn our memories of places and times? In this exhibit, three artists explore these concepts in differing yet overlapping ways, shaped by their own places, experiences, and identities.
Andrew Brown, who lives and teaches in Boca Raton, Florida, explores his own personal meaning through compositions that juxtapose time, object, and place to find a greater understanding of our current culture. Lindsey Wolkowicz lives in Kingston, NY, and her multi-disciplinary work investigates the relationships between our bodies and the spaces they occupy. Rather than alluding to a specific person or place, the combination of architectural references and the human figure evokes feelings of the connections between our bodies and built spaces, transitional states of being and the unifying idea of our existence in time and within space. Scout Dunbar recently moved to Santa Fe, and continues her exploration of the coexistence of nature and industry through drawings of landscapes dissected by rigid, grid-like structures. She is influenced by New Mexican architecture and landscapes, particularly the combination of subtle earth tones punctuated by bursts of bright hues; for her this echoes the importance of humanity honoring its place within nature.
These works display a careful reexamination of experiences through a personal lens, acknowledging the delicate nature of our memories, and aiming to situate our bodies and identities within their experiences and surroundings, rather than dividing or drawing lines between ourselves, the objects and ideas we create, and the beings and substances that surround us.
Andrew Brown, Untitled (summer painting), 22x30, oil and acrylic on paper
ASM Annual Meet-Up in NYC!
Art Shape Mammoth is excited to announce our first Meet Up this November 8th-11th in New York City! The weekend will include loads of fun and interesting events, with museum tours, artist studio visits, business meeting with after party at Starr Bar, and a meeting with the head office of Artsy. Anyone in the ASM network is invited to join us for any or all of this getting-to-know-each-other weekend, while we experience art, brainstorm ideas, and make plans for the future of Art Shape Mammoth.

Interested in Joining us in NYC? Email us for more info! info@artshapemammothorg
Superfine! Art Fair,  Washington, D.C.
Julie Ward, Pricked Diptych 2

October 31st- November 4th

Art Shape Mammoth is excited to participate again in Superfine! the fair in Washington, D.C. In booth number 43 of the Heartlandia curated section we will present the work of fourteen ASM affiliated artists:
Aimee Hertog,
Andrew Brown, Athena Axiomakaros, Cori Champagne, Erin Gleason, Fay Stanford, Jane Gordon, Jessica Mongeon, Julie Ward, Lindsey Wolkowicz, Maureen O'Leary, Renee Regan, Rita Bard, and Wendy Copp.
Maureen O'Leary, Thomas Clarke

Superfine! The Fair was created by James Miille, an artist, and Alex Mitow, an arts entrepreneur, in 2015 as a reaction to what they saw in the art market -- inflated prices, sluggish sales, and a widening valley between a constantly growing art-appreciating public and an insular art world positioned outside of their price range and comfort zone.

With the support of our devoted exhibitors, collectors, and media outlets, we've worked together to build not just another art fair, but a brand new art market whose success rests on the shoulders of not just a select few, but all who take pleasure in supporting talented, passionate emerging contemporary artists.
In early May this year eleven people traveled to the Tuscan region of Italy to experience an atmosphere of peace, incredible scenery, and a rich history of art and architecture during a two week stay at Tenuta di Spannocchia. The 1,100 acres of Spannochia are part of the Riserva Naturale Alto Merse, which spans hills and valleys, both steep and rolling, rich with vegetation and clay soils, scattered with fresh streams and ancient buildings.

Spannocchia is difficult to sum up in few words – it is part bed and breakfast, part organic farm and wholistic land management practice, part winery and kitchen, and part collaborative community. The property was first built on in the 13th century, and the communication tower from that time is still a central structure to the castello that has been built up and modified over many centuries.

The travelers in our group came with different motives in mind, some seeking inspiration for creativity, some a learning experience, and some looking to relax and re-center in a setting which proved to be conducive to all of these things.

Apply Now for Spring 2019!
ASM will again be offering a creative retreat for all disciplines this summer at Spannocchia: writing, painting, photography, and a ceramic studio with wood-firing kiln! April 24th-May 7th, 2019.
Email us for more info, or to sign up!
ASM Group Show for Art Hop, Flynndog,
Burlington, Vermont
Artist Pievy Polyte talking with Sharon Webster in front of his paintings

ASM is sponsoring a group show for Burlington's Art Hop at Flynndog.
The show runs September 7th- October 31st, with a reception from 5-8pm on September 14th.
This wide-ranging group show includes photography, sculpture, works on paper, embroidery, and acrylic paintings.

John Rovnak, Kate Leier, Sharon Webster, Jared Maher, Abbi Meyers-Orr, Barbee Hauzinger, Pievy Polyte, Emily Foster, and Susan Essex Luce.

Sponsored by Switchback Brewing Co. and Bren Alvarez.
Venezia, photograph printed on canvas, 2016
Susan Essex Luce
Sharon Webster's Mother Light is part of a large body of work created in memory of her mother’s life. Here, her face is reversed & upside down as she swings from the heavens. She glows as moon, archetype, circle, cycle, warmth.
Barbara Hauzinger discusses her photography on display at Flynndog.
ASM's Traveling Kiln
at the Loveland Corn Roast Festival
and Hot Metal, Cold Brews

Loveland, Colorado
Amy Joy Hosterman created custom ceramic pieces for each event, which she raku-fired in her Traveling Kiln with help from firing assistant, Linsey Moe. Amy and Linsey turned the fired pieces into pins during the event and gave them away to the public. Dozens and dozens went home after fun and firey demos with shiny new limited edition ceramic keepsakes!
For Hot Metal, Cold Brews, Amy used flashy metallic glazes as a tribute to Loveland's history in the Metal Arts, firing and giving away 150 ceramic pins throughout the evening at at the Loveland Museum, alongside Curtis Rowland of Idanach Studios, who performed small-scale bronze casting!
During the annual Loveland Corn Roast FestivalAmy was among local artists sponsored by the Loveland Chamber of Commerce to lead free public demos and activities for kids. She made and gave away over 100 brightly colored Corn Roast pins, and they were a big hit with kids and adults alike!
Jim Costanzo has work in the show White Anxieties, running September 18th-October 13th at WhiteBox in New York City, and also participated with a performance in Algorithmic Landscapes of the Western Catskills in upstate New York. See more about Jim and his projects here.

Jennifer McCandless has a number of exciting announcements: for the month of September she has a full fellowhip as an artist-in-residence at the Millay Colony in Austerlitz, NY; in October she will be artist-in-residence at Mass MoCA. Jennifer was recently awarded an Albers Foundation grant for the purchase of a clay 3D printer, was accepted as a National Member of A.I.R. Gallery in the Dumbo area of Brooklyn, and has secured four years of representation at the Melanie Carr Gallery in CT.
It’s a Small World After All, 2017, chain link, steel pipe, wood, shag carpet, 96 x 120 x 120 inches.

Melissa Sclafani has a solo show, Crowd Control, coming up at NURTUREart in Brooklyn, NY. The show runs October 20th- November 19th, with an opening reception from 7-9pm on October 19th.
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