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Roxanne Jackson

MOUNTED / Red Lodge Clay Center, Red Lodge, MT

MOUNTED exhibition Red Lodge Clay Center, Montana, Roxanne Jackson Ceramics

MOUNTED / Red Lodge Clay Center, Red Lodge, MT
October 5-28, 2012

Opening Reception: Friday, October 5, from 5-7 pm.

This October, Red Lodge Clay Center will present MOUNTED. An exhibit featuring the works of Lindsay Pichaske, Adelaide Paul, Ryan Blackwell, Thaddeus Erdahl, Amy Santoferraro, Christine Golden, Undine Brod and Roxanne Jackson. Topical to many regions is the ritual of hunting season and the provision of food. Just beyond the border of a ritual born of need are taxidermy arts, which can serve as an analogy for Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. The aforementioned survivalist skill sets are about harnessing natural elements. Decorative or trophy mounting came after our basic needs as humans were met. The work featured in this exhibit will, hopefully, explore the realm beyond basic needs and delve into hazards of modernity with frivolous, dark, and poignant mounts.

The exhibition will be posted online, Monday, October 7 by 10 am at the Red Lodge Clay Center’s website.

Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 10 am - 6 pm. Sunday,  12 - 4 pm.

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  • Wild Life - Winter Group Show, StolenSpace Gallery, London

    Wild Life - Winter Group Show, StolenSpace Gallery, London

    02.12.11 - 18.12.11

    Artists interpretation of the living world in Sculpture, Painting & Installation.

    The wild life of wildlife.
    A flower growing through the crack in the pavement, the ivy scaling the fascia of a building, camouflaging, cloaking, pulling it to the ground, the tree growing around a concrete pillar, engulfing it slowly, morphing year on year. The birds nest in the rafters of a roof, made up of twigs and plastic ties, the nested young being fed the preservative pumped, calorie powered garbage bin rewards. These are glimpses of wildlife interacting, adjusting, adapting to the environment  that we’ve created, over, around, on top of it, the once green meadow now a sea of steel work, glass and poured concrete, trees confined to their architect planned and perfectly aligned boxes.
    But our wild life, this wildlife is playing a slow game, a slow deathly dance between the static, lifeless concrete structures we’ve built and the unstoppable force of nature. Adapt or be adapted, adjust or be adjusted, remember me? I was here before you, I’ve always been here, you need me, I am life.
    Is mother nature reclaiming our temporary oasis or is it adapting to the obstacles that we’ve put in its way or are we now having to listen to the reminder that this place is not ours, we are simply borrowing it?

    Confirmed Artists:
    Josie Morway (Painter)
    Rose Sanderson (Painter)
    Jennifer Murphy (Collage)
    Kelly Allen - (Painter)
    D*Face (Mixed media)
    Dan Witz (Mixed media)
    Jake Wood Evans (Painter)
    Roxanne Jackson (Sculptor)
    Kelly McCallum (Sculptor)
    Jessica Joslin (Sculptor)
    Kai & Sunny (Mixed media)
    Katja Holtz (Painter)
    Renhui Zhao (Mixed Media)

    In wilderness I sense the miracle of life, and behind it our scientific accomplishments fade to trivia.
    How long can men thrive between walls of brick, walking on asphalt pavements, breathing the fumes of coal and of oil, growing, working, dying, with hardly a thought of wind, and sky, and fields of grain, seeing only machine-made beauty, the mineral-like quality of life.
    If I had to choose, I would rather have birds than airplanes.
    - Charles Lindbergh

    StolenSpace Gallery
    The Old Truman Brewery
    91 Brick Lane
    London E1 6QL
    +44 (0) 207 247 2684
    info@stolenspace.com

  • Roxanne Jackson: White Whale

  • Interview with Roxanne Jackson - Artist of the month, June-July 2011

    Interview with ceramic artist Roxanne Jackson - Artist of the month, June-July 2011

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    : The theme of your works is very dramatic and sometimes macabre. Why did you take this challenge of confronting with your subconscious?

    Roxanne Jackson: I want to make work about whatever comes natural to me. Instead of, for instance, sitting down to brainstorm different ideas to see what comes up, and then pick the ‘best one’ to use, I would rather see what surfaces naturally— when it is uncensored. Of course I am making decisions but, I allow room for intuition—rather than forcing the work to go in a particular direction. Art certainly has many roles—one is to depict and create beautiful objects. But, that is not the only way art can serve us.


    Cadaver-Stirrup - View Roxanne Jackson’s works

    We all know that the human nature has a dark side. You explore and question this side with your works and with what they express. Do you find exploring this side of human nature to be hard?

    Not at all. I find the work honest and refreshing. I am currently building a two-part piece to be installed at Socrates Sculpture Park in Queens (Long Island City), New York this fall. Socrates is a contemporary sculpture park which support truly innovative outdoor sculpture.  I am creating two dead animals—one will be a white unicorn (with a crystal formation for the horn)—made from fired ceramic. The other form will be a life-sized adobe (and cement) buffalo, also dead. I am creating this work to comment on traditional outdoor sculpture that commonly depicts animals—usually, the powerful, regal stag in its prime-is represented (and cast in bronze). I have often wanted to see a nature sculpture that depicts an animal that is aging, for instance. Because, then the work would raise a different type of emotion and/or empathy within the viewer. In the same way the viewer can identify with beauty, she or he can also identify with pain, aging and all sorts of other complicated emotions. So, since I have never seen any outdoor sculpture like this, I decided to just make it myself.

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  • Roxanne Jackson: KISS Totem #2

    Roxanne Jackson: KISS Totem #2

  • Roxanne Jackson: Cadaver Study with Grill

  • Roxanne Jackson: Hoof-Heels (Winter)

  • Roxanne Jackson: Hoof-Heels

  • Roxanne Jackson: Ouroboros

  • Roxanne Jackson: We believe in Something (installation)

  • Roxanne Jackson: Lost Wisdom

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