JANE SCHNEIDER

 

EDUCATION

 

School of Industrial Arts, Trenton, NJ

Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA; BA

Barnard College, New York; NY

Columbia University, New York, NY

College of New Rochelle, Rochelle, NY

"American Indian Ceremonials," Adult Education, MHS, Mamaroneck, NY

Four year welding apprenticeship under Bert Numme, Mt. Vernon, NY

Woodworking, Lewis Korn, Mamaroneck, NY

 

GALLERY REPRESENTATION

 

June Kelly Gallery, New York, NY

Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

 

SELECTED ONE-PERSON EXHIBITIONS

 

2006 “Sculptures from the Forest,” June Kelly Gallery, New York, NY

2005 "Wood Sculpture in a Glass Gallery," Humanities Gallery, Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY

“A Walk in the Woods,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

2003 "Bare Bones," June Kelly Gallery, New York, NY

"Mutables," Marist College Art Gallery, Poughkeepsie, NY

2001 “Myths as Muse,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

“Wood Works,” The Interchurch Center, New York, NY

“Maid in the Hudson Vallery,” Collaborative Concepts, Beacon, NY

2000 “Sweet Dreams and Nightmares,” June Kelly Gallery, New York, NY

1997 “Love Affairs,” June Kelly Gallery, New York, NY

1996 “Immortals,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis

1995 “Wild Women,” University Galleries, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

“Wild Women and White Butterflies,” June Kelly Gallery, New York,

NY

1993 “Engendered Perceptions,” June Kelly Gallery, New York, NY

1990 “Sculpture on the Wall,” June Kelly Gallery, New York, NY

1988 “Chimeras: Chiseled & Sawn,” Nassau Country Museum of Fine Arts,

Roslyn, NY

“Mythical Menage: Chiseled & Sawn,” June Kelly Gallery, New York,

NY

1985 “Wood Sculpture,” Alternative Museum, New York, NY

1984 “New Work in Wood,” Philadelphia Art Alliance, Philadelphia, PA

1982 “Walking Trees,” Little Center Gallery, Clark University, Worcester, MA

1981 “Walking Trees,” Foundations Gallery, New York, NY

 

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

 

2015 “Dimensional,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

2007 “Body/Spirit,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

2006 "Tree Dialogues," East Central College, Union, MO

"Selections," Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

2005 "Holiday Group Show," Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

Group Show, Collaborative Concepts, Beacon, NY

2004 "In the Cool of the Night," Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

"Wish You Were Here II," Air Gallery, New York, NY

“The Art Show,” ADAA June Kelly Gallery, 7th Regiment Armory,

New York, NY

2003 "3-D," Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

“Atrium at the Plaza,” St. Louis, MO

"Byrdcliffe Outdoor Exhibition: The Lily- Loosely Seen," Woodstock, NY

Atrium Gallery at HOK, St. Louis, MO

Biennale Internazionale Dell'Arte Comtemporanea, Fortezza da Basso,

Florence, Italy

"The Lily Loosely Seen," Byrdcliffe Arts Colony, Woodstock, NY

“The Art Show,” ADAA June Kelly Gallery, 7th Regiment Armory,

New York, NY

2002 “Scale It,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

"Out of the Woods," Delaware Valley Art Assoc, Narrowsburg, NY

"Pieces V," Gallery 128, 128 Rivington St. NYC

“The Art Show,” ADAA June Kelly Gallery, 7th Regiment Armory,

New York, NY

2001 “Chicago Art Fair,” June Kelly Gallery, Chicago, IL

“The Art Show,” ADAA June Kelly Gallery, 7th Regiment Armory,

New York, NY

2000 “Recycled Paper III,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

“Pieces IV,” Gallery 128, New York, NY

“Collaborative Concepts II,” McDonnell Atelier, Cold Springs, NY

"Generations II," AIR Gallery, NYC

“The Art Show,’ Auspices ADAA, June Kelly Gallery, 7th Regiment Armory, New York, NY

Wood Works, Soho Gallery, New York, NY

1999 "Collabortive Concepts," McDonnell Atelier, Cold Spring, NY

“Recycled Paper II,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

“Pieces III,” 128 Rivington Street Gallery, New York, NY

“Transcending Boundaries,” Monarch Contemporary Art Center, Tenino, WA

“Form and Function,” Atrium Gallery, St.Louis, MO

“The Art Show,” Auspices ADAA, June Kelly Gallery at 7th Regiment Armory, New York, NY

1998 “Recycled Paper,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

“The Art Show,” Auspices ADAA, June Kelly Gallery at 7th Regiment Armory, New York, NY

“Soho 20 & Friends,” Soho 20 Gallery, New York, NY

Quietude Garden Gallery, East Brunswick, NJ

1997 “Abstraction,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

“Sculpture Outdoor-Naturally,” Quietude Gallery, East Brunswick, NJ

“Generations,” AIR Gallery, New York, NY

Quietude Gardens, East Brunswick, NJ

“Looking for the Pieces,” Isis Conceptual Labroratory, West Branch, Iowa

1993 “Dealer’s Choice,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

“New Works on Paper,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO

“Cyclic Fall,” New Jersey State Museum, Trenton, NJ, permanent

exhibition

1992 “Sculptures Fields at Sagaponack Close,” Bill Bace Gallery, New York, NY

“Largescale ,” Bill Bace Gallery, New York, NY

1991 “Solid Fun,” Triplex Gallery, BMCC, New York, NY

“Artists at Home,” Bill Bace Gallery, New York, NY

1990 “Means to Ends,” Rockland Center for The Arts, West Nyack, NY

1989 “Sculptures at Snug Harbor,” Snug Harbor, Staten Island, NY

“Back to the Wall,” Philadelphia Art Alliance, Philadelphia, PA

“The Nature of the Beast,” Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY

1988 “In the Making...Drawings by Sculptors,” The Sculpture Center,

New York, NY

1987 “Contemporary Art,” Easton Arts Conservatory, Easton, PA

Lehigh Valley Arts Project, Easton, PA

“Alliance in the Park,” Indoor exhibition, Philadelphia Art Alliance, Philadelphia, PA

“In the Spirit of Wood,” Kenkelaba Gallery, New York, NY

1986 “Exit 13 Sculpture Site,” Union, NJ

“Sculpture in Place,” BMCC, New York, NY

“Jane Schneider - Wood Sculpture, Diane Lupi - Dangerous Paintings,” Two - person exhibition, Forefront Gallery, LIC, New York, NY

“Ten Artists,” Forefront Gallery, LIC, NY

1985 “Wood,” U.S. Court House, New York, NY

“Art Works: Three Dimensions,” Beaver College, Glenside, PA

“A Focus on Famli’s Collection,” Fine Arts Museum of Long Island,

Hempstead, NY

“The Ways Of Wood,” Queens College, Flushing, NY

1984 “Maquettes and Drawings,” Newhouse Galleries, Staten Island, NY

“Sculpture Garden II,” New York Psychiatric Center, Staten Island,

New York, NY

“Sculpture Garden II,” N.Y.S. Psychiatric Center, Staten Island, NY

“Drawing,” The Sculpture Center, New York, NY

“International Art Competition, Los Angeles, CA

1983 “Then and Now,” Fourteen Sculptors Gallery, New York, NY

“Sacred Artifacts and Objects of Devotion,” Alternative Museum,

New York, NY

1982 “Sculptors’ Choice Invitational,” Fourteen Sculptors Gallery, New York,

NY

“Director's Gallery Glimpse,” Fine Arts Museum of Long Island, Hempstead, NY

“Works on Paper,” Foundations Gallery, New York, NY

1981 “Contemporary Women Artists,” Grove Street Gallery, Worcester, MA

New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, NJ

“Liturgical Arts Exhibit,” McFall Gallery, Bowling Green, OH

“Fiber and Fabric,” Museum Gallery, White Plains, NY

"GroupShow," Shidoni Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

1980 “Jane Schneider with Tim Pollack,” Fourteen Sculptors Gallery, New York

Carson-Shapiro Gallery, Denver, CO

 

 

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

 

1998 Kutztown University, Kutztown, PA

1997 “The Seeker and the Shaman,” Wellesley VAA, Cooper Hewitt Museum, New York, NY

1996 “The How is the Why: Modern Practioners of Process,” with Tom

Otterness, Dorthea Rockburne, and Moderator Stuart Nicholson, Artists Talk on Art

1995 “From Celestial to Earthly: Exploring the Environment Through

Ourselves," Curator: University Art Gallery, University of Wisconsin- La Crosse and The Patterson Museum, Patterson, NJ

Student discussion, University Art Galleries, University of Wisconsin-

LaCrosse, WI

1990 “Artists at Home,” co-curated with Bill Bace, Bill Bace Gallery

“The Significant Surface,” Curator, Philadelphia Art Alliance, PA

1989 Ft. Lewis College, Durango, CO

1986 “Mixed Media-Mixed Mores,” Curator, United States Courthouse,

New York, NY

“Wood,” Curator, United Stated Courthouse, New York, NY

“The Ways of Wood,” Curator, Queens College, Flushing, NY; The Sculpture Center, New York, NY

1984 “Ways of Wood” Symposium Moderator, Queens College, Flushing, NY

Philadelphia Art Alliance, Philadelphia, PA

1983 Worcester Art Museum, Clark University Dept. Of Visual Arts, Worcester, MA

 

 

 

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

2007 Nadelman, Cynthia, “Jane Schneider: June Kelly,” Reviews: New York, ArtNews, January

2006 Landi, Ann, “Jane Schneider: Sculptures in the Forest,” introduction to exhibition catalogue for June Kelly Gallery

 

2004 Grove, Nancy, "Jane Schneider at June Kelly," Sculpture Magazine, June

Heuer, Megan, "Jane Schneider," ArtNews, February

Goodman, Jonathan, "Jane Schneider at June Kelly," Art in America, May

"Jane Schneider And Still Growing," Sculpture Magazine, May

Ebony, David, "Record-Breaking Attendance at ADAA Art Fair," Art in America,

April

Anker, Suzanne and Dorothy Nelkin, "The Molecular Gaze: Art in the Genetic

Age."

2003 Yablonsky, Linda, "Hooked on Wood," catalogue for "Bare Bones" June Kelly

Gallery, NY, November - December

Cassai, Mary, "The Lily Loosely Seen," Daily Freeman, August

2001 Goodman, Jonathan, “Jane Schneider at June Kelly,” Sculpture Magazine, May

“Of Maids and Musing,” Arts and Entertainment, NYTimes Westchester, July

"Gallery Watch," Art & Antiques, December

2000 Johnson, Ken, “Jane Schneider,” Gallery Guide Soho, NYTimesWeekend,

November

Zimmer, William, Art Review, The New York Times, Westchester Weekly,

August

Velluci, Michelle, “Collabroative Concepts,” Poughkeepsie Journal, New York,

June

1999 Who’s Who of American Women, Marquis Who’s Who, New Providence, NJ

1998 Grove,Nancy, “Jane Schneider,” Art News, March

Koplos, Janet, “Jane Schneider at June Kelly,” Art in America, March.

“Wellesley Artists: New York,” Catalogue

1997 “Best Bets. Don’t Miss It,” St.Louis Post Dispatch, St.Louis, MO

Daniel, Jeff, “Contrast Within Contrast Creates Startling Exhibit,” St. Louis Post-

Dispatch, August 28

Robins, Corrine, “Love Affairs,” catalogue essay

Wright, John, “The Shape of the World,” RFT, August 6-12

1996 “Jane Schneider and the Dual Process of Art,” Show and Tell, Vol 3 #1, Mega

Press, New York, NY

Bellos, Alexandra, “Earthbound,” Riverfront Times, January 24-30

Shepley, Carol, “Invigorating the Imagination,” St. Louis Post-Dispatch, January

25

1995 “New York Artist Helps Open UW-L Art Season,” La Crosse Tribune, Sept 7

“Art Exhibit Held at University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse’s Art Gallery,” The

Raquet, La Crosse, WI, September 7

Drysdale, Bea, “Jane Schneider’s ‘Wild Women’,” Big Muddy Bend, Vol #6, December

 

Grove, Nancy,“ Jane Schneider’s ‘Wild Women and Butterflies,” Cover

Magazine, June

Wooster, Ann-Sargent, “Wild Women and White Butterflier,” Cover Magazine

Raven, Arlene, catalogue essay for “Wild Women and Butterflies,” Kelly Gallery,

June

Grove, Nancy, “Jane Schneider,” Art News, October

The Who’s Who of Women, 19th edition, Marquis Who’s Who, New Providence,

NJ

1993 George Melrod, Review, Artnews, May, p.136-137

Carol Ferring-Shepley, “Paper Draws Works by Four Together,” St. Louis Post-

Dispatch, June 15

Stuart Nicholson, “Jane Schneider,” Cover Magazine, March

The World’s Who’s Who of Women, 11th edition, International Biographical

Center, Cambridge, England

Jane Schneider, From Celestial to Earthly, Exploring the Environment through

Ourselves, Curator’s Statement

1991 Suzane Stevens, “ For the Gerbil Who has Everything,” The New York Times,

June 27

Jane Schneider, “Creative Strategies: Breaking Through,” Gallerie Artist’s News, October

1990 Kunie Suguira, “Jane Schneider,” Bijutsu Techno, Volume 42, Tokyo, Japan,

July

Ravi Singh, “Jane Schneider,” Cover Magazine, Volume 4, April

John L. Moore, “Sculpture on the Wall,” June Kelly Gallery, February

Jane Schneider, “The Significant Surface,” Curator’s Statement

“Means to Ends,” catalogue, Rockland Center for the Arts

1989 Robin Rice, “Back to the Wall,” City Paper, Philadelphia, PA, May

Edward Sozanski, “ One Galleries,” The Philadelphia Inquirer, May 4

“Sculpture at Snug Harbor,” catalogue, Snug Harbor, Staten Island, NY

“Back to the Wall,” catalogue, Philadelphia Art Alliance, PA

1988 Jessica Cusick, “Mythical menage: Chiseled and Sawn,” Brochure for June,

Kelly Gallery, May-June

1987 Jane Maulfair, “Gallery Review,” The Morning Call, Allentown, PA,

October 28

Michael Brenson, “In the Spirit of Wood,” The New York Times, April 17

“In the Spirit of Wood,” catalogue, Kenkeleba Gallery, New York, NY

“Alliance in the Park,” catalogue, Philadelphia Art Alliance, PA

1986 Michael Brenson, “A Bountiful Season in Outdoor Sculpture,” The New York

Times, July 18

Robert Grunberg, “Contemporary Sculpture in L.I.C.” Queens Chronicle,

June 12

1985 Michael Brenson, “Wood,” The New York Times, June 7

1984 Michael Brenson, “Sculptors Find New Ways with Wood,” The New York Times, December 2

Michael Brenson, “Sculpture Goes Outdoors for Summer,” The New York Times,

July 13

Gallery Reviews, “Jane Schneider,” Philadelphia Inquirer, June 5

“Jane Schneider - Wood Sculpture,” Bulletin of Philadelphia Art Alliance,

May-June

“Sculpture Garden II,” Staten Island Arts, Volume 2, Spring

Jane Schneider, “The Ways of Wood,” catalogue

1982 Marilyn J.S. Goodman, “Jane Schneider: Walking Trees,” Art New England,

Volume 4, December

Peter P. Douber, “Walking Trees Unites Nature with Sculpture,” Worcester

Telegram, October 28

Mary Trainor, “Wooded Eye: Schneider’s Tree Tops,” Worchester Magazine, November 10

David Shirey, “Glimpses of What’s Current,” The New York Times, June 20

Malcolm Preston, “Art Review: Museum of Long Island Offers the Contemporary,” Newsday, May 1

Eileen Watkings, “NJIT Exhibit Marries Technology with Art,” Star Ledger,

May 18

1981 Ed McCormack, “Jane Schneider’s Walking Trees,” Artspeak, Volume III, October

American Artist of Renown, Gilmer, TX.

1980 Kathie Beals, “Fiber, Fabric Take Shape,” Weekend, February

Palmer Poroner, Art View, “The Rise,” Chelsea Clinton News, Eastsider, West Side Express, February 7

Leslie Plummer, New York Reviews, New York Arts Journal, February

Ron McDowell, “Reviews,” Atlanta Art Workers Coalition Newspaper, January-Februar

 

 

PUBLIC AND CORPORATE COLLECTIONS

 

Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR

Davis Museum and Culture Center, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA

Fine Arts Museum of Long Island, Hempstead, NY

Kutztown University, Kutztown, PA

Munson-Williams-Procter Institute, Utica, NY

Museum NECCA, Brooklyn, CT

New Jersey State Museum, Trenton, NJ

New York Hospital for Joint Diseases, New York, NY

Paterson Museum, Paterson, NJ

Philadelphia Art Alliance, Philadelphia, PA

University Art Galleries, University at La Crosse, La Crosse, WI

Villa Taverna Foundation, Washington, DC

Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, NY

The New England Center for Contemporary Art, Brooklyn, CT

 

 

AWARDS

 

Target Presentation Foundation Community Artists, 1980 (CETA funded)

CAPS slide file, 1979

International Women’s Year Awards, International Women’s Art Festival, 1975-76

Medal of Honor for Sculpture, Women’s Club of Mamaroneck, NY

Third Place Award for Sculpture, Women’s Club of Larchmont, NY

First Place Award for Sculpture, Sekal Lehn Galleries, Larchmont, NY

Second Place Award for Sculpture, Women’s Club of Larchmont , NY