Ashley Lamb


Ashley Lamb contributor photo; background is a snowy mountain range and a town street

Ashley Lamb is an artist and educator currently living in Chicago. Her work has been featured on books of poems, at galleries, a fish warehouse, beside the beach, a slaughterhouse, during a parade, between floorboards, and other such places. Presently, she manages the metal shop at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where she teaches folks how to turn their thoughts into 3D objects. She also teaches woodworking classes for women and non-binary people with her friend and collaborator Lesley Jackson.

Ashley has worked with Litmus since 2008, curating artworks for book covers, creating original collages for the published editions of the Leslie Scalapino Award-winning plays, and contributing artwork to the design of our website.

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