SUSAN STAMM EVANS

Website: susanstammevans.com

 

BORN: August 26, 1952 – Albuquerque, New Mexico

 

EDUCATION:

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee – MA, 1978

University of New Mexico – BA, 1975

Consortium of Colleges Abroad – Paris, France – 1973

 

GALLERY REPRESNTATION:

Selby Fleetwood – Santa Fe, New Mexico – www.selbyfleetwoodgallery.com

Howell Gallery – Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – www.howellgallery.com

Tory Folliard Gallery  – Milwaukee, Wisconsin - www.toryfolliard.com

Whistler Village Art Gallery – Whistler, B.C Canada – www.whistlerart.com

                                                     

EXHIBITIONS (Selected):

2019  “Represent: Exploring Portraits from RAM’s Collection” -  Racine Art Museum, Racine, Wisconsin

            Two Person Show – “Selections from the Artist’s Studio” – Howell Gallery, Oklahoma City, OK

2018  Group Show – “30thAnniversary Exhibition” – Tory Folliard Gallery – Milwaukee, Wisconsin

2016  Group Show – “First Peek, Inaugural Exhibition” - Southern Utah Museum of Art– Cedar City, Utah

           Group Show – “The City” – Susquehanna Art Museum – Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

2015  Solo Show – Tory Folliard Gallery – Milwaukee, Wisconsin

2014  Group show – Howell Gallery – Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

2013  Two Person Show – “Dick and Susan Evans” - Howell Gallery – Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

          “Stark Contrasts: Black and White Ceramics from RAM’s Collection” – Racine Art Museum, Racine, Wisconsin

2012  Group Show – Selby Fleetwood – Santa Fe, New Mexico

          Group Show - James Gray – Santa Monica, California

2011  Group Show – Selby Fleetwood- Santa Fe, New Mexico

          Group Show - James Gray – Santa Monica, California

2010  Solo Show – Tory Folliard – Milwaukee, Wisconsin

          2 Person Show with Dick Evans – The Edge, Santa Fe, New Mexico

2009 Invitational Show – SculpturePark 09 – Arts Council of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

          Group Show – The EDGE Gallery – Santa Fe, New Mexico

2007  Solo Show – Joyce Robins Gallery – Santa Fe, New Mexico

           Invitational Show – SculpturePark 07 – Arts Council of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

2006  Solo Show - Tory Folliard Gallery – Milwaukee, Wisconsin

2005  Solo Show – Joyce Robins Gallery – Santa Fe, New Mexico

2004  Group Show – Tory Folliard Gallery – Milwaukee, Wisconsin

2003  Solo Show – Joyce Robins Gallery _ Santa Fe, New Mexico

2002  Solo Show – Tory Folliard Gallery – Milwaukee, Wisconsin

          Group Show – Museum of Albuquerque – Albuquerque, New Mexico       

200l   New Mexico Ceramic Invitational  – The Governor’s Gallery, Santa Fe New Mexico

  Invitational Show – Crossman Gallery - University of Wisconsin-Whitewater

2000  Solo Show – Joyce Robins Gallery – Santa Fe, New Mexico

           Invitational show – Craft Alliance – St. Louis, Missouri

1999  “Nude in Clay” – Wustum Museum – Racine, Wisconsin

1998  Solo Show – Joyce Robins Gallery – Santa Fe, New Mexico

           “Nude in Clay” – Perimeter Gallery – Chicago, Illinois

1997  Solo Show – Robins Hyder Gallery – Santa Fe, New Mexico

  Group Show – Chameleon Collection Gallery – Great Barrington, Massachusetts

1995  Group Show – Museum of Albuquerque – Albuquerque, NM

            Solo Show – Tory Folliard Gallery – Milwaukee, Wisconsin

            Solo Show – Tory Folliard Gallery – Milwaukee, Wisconsin

1998  Wisconsin Perspective” – Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, Wilmington, Delaware

           Three Person Show – Artworks Gallery – Seattle, Washington

1988   Solo Show – Bradley Galleries - Milwaukee, Wisconsin

           “Wisconsin Craft Masters” – Wustum Museum of Fine Arts – Racine, Wisconsin

1987  “25thAnniversary Exhibition” – Bradley Galleries – Milwaukee, Wisconsin

          “A Celebration of the Birthday Cake” – John Michael Kohler Arts Center - Sheboygan, Wisconsin           

1982  “Illinois and Wisconsin Figurative Art” Wustum Museum of Fine Arts and A.M. Ward Gallery - University of Chicago                

          Two Person Show – Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery – University of Nebraska-Lincoln

 1981 “Clay and Fiber Biennial” – Wright Art Center – Beloit College – Beloit, Wisconsin

         “A Woman’s Place” – John Michael Kohler Arts Center – Sheboygan, Wisconsin

         Two Person Show – Bradley Galleries - Milwaukee, Wisconsin

 1980  “Two by Two” – Cudahy Gallery – Milwaukee Art Museum

          Two Person Show – Mount Mary College – Milwaukee, Wisconsin

          “Invitational Ceramics Exhibition” – University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh

 1979   Solo Show – Edgewood Orchard Galleries – Fish Creek, Wisconsin

          “Wisconsin Sculpture” – Wustum Museum of Fine Arts – Racine, Wisconsin,

          “Salisbury State College Invitational” – Salisbury, Maryland

1978           “Recent Acquisitions” – University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

            Solo Show – Bradley Galleries - Milwaukee, Wisconsin

           “Wisconsin Directions II” – Milwaukee Art Museum

1977     “National Cone Box Show” – Lawrence, Kansas

             Group Show – Paul Wagner Gallery – Chicago, Illinois

    

BIBLIOGRAPHY (SELECTED – EXAMPLES OF WORK REPRODUCED)

Kansas City Voices a periodical of writing and art. Volume 14, (September 2017), p. 22

Vine Leaves Literary Journal. Special Issue #19, (May 2017)

“Susan Stamm Evans” Art Reveal Magazine, (Fall 2016), p.47-50

“Human Faces” ITCH, Journal of Creative Expression of the School of Literature, Language and Media, University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa, VVID, Issue 17, (February 2016)    

“Susan Stamm Evans” Fredricksburg Literary and Art Review, (Spring 2016/Volume 4, Issue 1), p.60-62

Gussie Fauntleroy. “Paired” Trend Magazine, (Summer 2016 Vol.17 Issue 2), p.200-205

Stephanie Love. “Must-Know Artists” Santa Fean Magazine, (June/July 2016). P.6

Tim Bharthania. “Susan Stamm Evans, The Common Thread” ArtLA Magazine, (March 2015), p.8      

Heidi Gray. “Two of a Kind” ArtLA Magazine, (September 2013), p.4      

M.J. Van Deventer. “A Passion for Public Art” Edmond Monthly, (June 2007), p.83

Dottie Indyke. “The (Female) Thinker” Santa Fe/North, Albuquerque Journal, (August 5, 2005), P.S4

Kris Stewart. “Figuritive Sculpture” Niche, (Winter 2004), p. 59

Rose Mary Diez. “Susan Stamm Evans” Santa Fean, (September, 2003), p.61

“Gallery Watch- Santa Fe, NM” Art & Antiques, (September, 2003), p.87

Alice Herrin. “A Portfolio of Sculptors” SouthwestArt, (July, 2001), p.181

Manya Winstead, Santa Fe Living, “Santa Fe’s Artistic Heartbeat” (Vol.6,Issue 1) 33

Suzanne Deats. “All About Life” Focus / Santa Fe, (April/ May 2001), p.36

Gussie Fauntleroy. “Porcelain Sculptor Experiments with Bronze” The New Mexican,June 2, 2000, Pasatiempo Magazine, p. 26  

William MacNeil. “Sculptor Prefers to ‘Mold it Up, Not Down” The New Mexican, June 26, 1998, PasatiempoMagazine, p. 36

Kathleen McCloud. “A Paradoxical Blend of Vulnerability and Strength” The New Mexican, July 18 1997, PasatiempoMagazine, p.18

Liz Bensley. “Ambiguous Figures Invite Personal Points of View” The New Mexican, February 7, 1997, PasatiempoMagazine, p. 10

Gerry Williams. “Wisconsin Potters”, The Studio Potter, (December, 1987), p. 75

James Auer. “Susan Evans’ Small Figures Make Strong Statement,” The Milwaukee Journal, August 3, 1986, p. 8E

“Wisconsin Sculpture 1979,” Ceramics Monthly, (February, 1980), p. 93

Dean Jensen. “Artists In Clay Cast In Different Molds,” Milwaukee Sentinel, January 18, 1980, p.14

Dean Jensen. “State Sculptors Carve Uncharted Paths,” Milwaukee Sentinel, August 31, 1979         

James Auer. “For Some Artists It’s A Small World,”Milwaukee Journal, Aug. 1977

 

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS:

                  Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine Arts – Racine, Wisconsin

                  University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Fine Arts Museum - Milwaukee, Wisconsin

                  Presbyterian Hospital - Albuquerque

                  State of New Mexico Art in Public Places Program 2004

                                    Clovis Community College – Clovis, New Mexico

                                    New Mexico Junior College – Hobbs, New Mexico

                  City of Edmond Art in Public Places Program – Edmond, Oklahoma

                                    Face Fragment II, III, & IV, 6 North Broadway 2005

                                    Quietude Series: Sitting Knee Up, 2505 S. Kelly Avenue 2013

                                    Quietude Series: Seated, 701 S. Broadway, 2017