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Tahoe Mack is an artist creating work integrating a wide array of mediums including steel, fabric, wood, found objects, and photography.


In Las Vegas, where she was raised, had an idea to build a mammoth to help aid the Protectors of Tule Spring's mission to clean the newly founded national monument. At the age of 15, she lead a team of artists, advocates, a nonprofit organization, and volunteers to build the vision of what became The Monumental Mammoth for Ice Age Fossils State park. It was debuted at Burning Man as a part of the Honorarium Program in 2019, a high honor and select placement for the event.  The piece is now permanently installed at Ice Age Fossils State Park, in Las Vegas Nevada. She continued her studies at the University of Oregon completing a BFA in sculpture and two business minors. 

She has exhibited her work on the University of Oregon campus in the Lawrence Kruse Gallery, and outside of the student union for a public display. She also collaborated with masters students for a public installation in Downtown Eugene. 

She continues to make art everyday to deepen her creative practice. Please send inquiries on pricing and sale of artworks to:

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