Mary Shadbolt: Tiger Fly

Sunday, June 25, 2006

Professional Resume

Mary Elizabeth Shadbolt (formally Kamphausen!)
39 Cooks Road, Denville, NJ 07834
201-233-2659 (cell)
973-784-4692 (home)
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Artwork / Freelance
Pen & ink illustration: Detailed pen & ink line illustrations, excellent reproduction, hand colored (if applicable) with colored pencil
*Children’s book illustration, spot illustrations
*Angels (and “grand” angels)
*Floral & botanical
*Nature themes

Photography: color & black and white
*Floral & botanical
*Rock bands (live shows)
*NYC, NJ, Hoboken, Morris county, Europe, etc

September 1999- May 2001
Moore College of Art and Design, Philadelphia
K-12 Art Teacher Certification

September 1992-May 1996
Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ
BFA Illustration, Minors: art history, drawing, and painting

April 2005
School of Visual Arts, NYC, NY
Art Deco Architecture in NYC- 1 CEH

February 2005
Metropolitan School Study Council, Teachers College, Columbia University- NYC Communication, Collaboration & Community: Keys to Success in Teaching All Students in Inclusive Classrooms -3 CEH

Summer 2004
Montclair University, Montclair, NJ (Newark Museum, Newark, NJ)
Social Studies and the arts in Elementary Education – 3 credits

Summer 2004
University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA
Advanced Figure Drawing and Sculpture, Creative Strategies in Creating and Teaching Art- 3 Credits

September 1997 – December 1997
New Jersey Center for Visual Art – Summit, NJ
Advanced figure Drawing

Summer 1997
Ireland (NJ Center for Visual Art)
Independent Study with Ann Williams – Printmaker, watercolor artist

Professional Experience

May 1993-present
Manager/Artist/Bridal consultant
Heart of Gold Jewelry Shoppe, Randolph, NJ 973-895-4653

Art Teaching Experience
Ridgefield Park Jr./Sr. School, Ridgefield Park, NJ Grades 7-12
East Brook Middle School, Paramus, NJ: Grades 5-8
2004 Summer
Visual Arts Curriculum Writer: Paramus, NJ: Grades 5-8
2003 Summer Visual Arts Program
Elisabeth Morrow, Englewood, NJ: Grades 4-8
Midland Elementary School, Paramus, NJ: Grades Pre-K-5
2002 Summer
Visual Arts Enrichment Program, Roxbury Township, NJ: Grades 1-9
2001 Summer
Perkins Center for the Arts, Moorestown, NJ: Grades PreK-9
2000 February - June
St. Joseph’s Elementary, Maplewood, NJ: Grades K-6

Art Grants/Presentations/Awards

Master Teacher Collaborate Grant
In partnership with the NJSO’s (New Jersey Symphony Orchestra) created comprehensive lesson plans for NJ classroom teachers. These published motivational assignments, worksheets and study guides were distributed state wide highlighting music, time periods, countries & composers.

Art Presentations/Lectures
*2004 Art Educators of NJ 3 Day conference Topics: lesson planning, creative strategies
*2003 AENJ 3 day conference- Topics: rubrics, art assessment, report cards
*2003 Paramus Creative Arts Staff development Topics: motivational techniques for art lesson presentation
*AENJ 3 Day conference 2002 Topics:effective art room organization, 1st year art teacher tips
*Seton Hall University- Art Department- Illustration Freelance presentation, Q&A
*Rowan University-Art Department- Illustration Presentation Q&A

AENJ 2004 “Excellence in Art Education Advocacy through commercial Site”
NJSO 2004- Master Teacher Grant through New Jersey Symphony Orchestra
2004 -Awarded by Paramus Board of Education in recognition of March as “Youth Art Month”

Additional Experience:
Youth Art Month Bergen County Chair- Art Educators of NJ- 2001-present
Youth Art Month was created to showcase K-12 Art Education programs to the community by highlighting student artwork in a month long exhibit at a community site.

2001-2 Youth Art Month Exhibit showcased 8 Paramus Schools,
got the program up and running in Bergen county
2003-4 Youth Art Month Exhibit showcased 32 Bergen County schools
2004-5 Youth Art Month Exhibit showcased 57 Bergen County schools

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