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Solo Exhibitions
Solo Exhibition of New Work, The Kiln Studio Gallery, Mobile, AL

Image and Pattern, a solo Exhibition, Jan Weiner Gallery, Kansas City, MO

Jane Shellenbarger, Solo Exhibition, Akar Gallery, Iowa City, IA
Jane Shellenbarger, Solo Exhibition, Lacoste Gallery of American Crafts, Concord, MA
Jane Shellenbarger, Solo Exhibition, Pitcher Masters Gallery, Deer Isle, ME

Linear Qualities of Form, Solo Exhibition, Ferrin Gallery, Lenox, MA

Solo Exhibition, Akar Gallery, Iowa City, IA

Jane Shellenbarger, Solo Exhibition, Gallery 1021: Lill Street, Chicago, IL

Selected Invitational Exhibitions
Two, A Group Exhibition, Gallery San Bao, San Bao Ceramic Art Village Museum, Jingdezhen, China

Decalomania, The Ruth Reese Gallery, Saint Louis, MO

Contemporary Ceramics 2015, Dairy Barn Invitational, A national exhibition of artists working with clay, Curated by Brad Schwieger and Chuck McWeeny.

Flower City Pottery Invitational, Genesee Center for the Arts, Rochester, NY. The event hosts Twenty premier ceramic artists from across the country celebrating and exhibiting the best in contemporary clay. The event includes a special artist reception, pottery exhibitions, demonstrations, workshops and talks by the visiting artists. 2015 exhibiting artists are: Mark Shapiro, Dan Finnegan, Jane Shellenbarger, Kristen Kieffer, Jenny Mendes, Forrest Lesch-Middelton, Mary Barringer, Bob Briscoe, Julie Crosby, Peter Beasecker, Ryan Greenheck, John Gill, Doug Peltzman, Liz Quackenbush, Bryan Hopkins, Kenyon Hansen, Matt Metz, Tony Clennell, Carolyn Dilcher-Stutz and Richard Aerni.

Pouring Vessels, NCECA 2015 Providence, RI: Invitational, Curated by Jim Lawton, Narrows Center for the Arts in Fall River, MA

Solo Exhibition of New Work, The Kiln Studio Gallery, Mobile, AL

Serviceability, Curated by Ben Bates, Robert T. Wright Gallery, College of Lake County, Grayslake, IL, National Invitational exhibition

Teapot VII, Baltimore Clayworks, curated by Mark Shapiro, National Invitational exhibition

The Crucible Project, The University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK,
A Group Exhibition of multiple artists exploring the theme of the crucible. Richard Hirsch, Michael Rogers David Schnuckel, Kenneth Baskin, Scott Meyer, Christa Assad, Jeffery Mongrain, and Judy Moonelis.

Within and Without, Red Lodge Clay Center, Red Lodge, MT. National Invitational.
A focus on large jars as carriers of content on the surface of the vessel (without), while they function as carriers of various substance (within).  This invitation is being issued to eight artists:  William Brouillard, Danny Brown, Jeremy Kane, Jeffrey Sincich, Wes Harvey, Yoko Sekino Bove, Jane Shellenbarger, Zachary Tate, and Justin Rothshank

The Cup II: 50 Artists, 250 Interpretations, and Curated by Ben Bates, Robert T. Wright Gallery, College of Lake County, Grayslake, IL, National Invitational

Yunomi 2014 National Invitational, Akar Gallery, Iowa city, IA

World Craft Competition * Kanazawa 2013* The Time Space Interval of Tea. Invited Artist, Period 1: 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, Ishikawa, JAPAN , Period 2: Kanazawa Nakamura Memorial Museum, Period 3: Meitetsumza Department store 8 th floor

Outpour, Robert T. Wright Gallery, College of Lake County, Grayslake, IL

Beastly, There are a handful of artists who continue to explore the complexity of animal behavior, either sculpted or drawn, on the surface of functional pottery. In this exhibit, six ceramic artists: Jane Shellenbarger, Brooke Noble, Kurt Anderson, Mikey Walsh, Leanne McClurg Cambric, and Shanna Fliegel will share their connection between animals and the vessel. National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) Conference, Houston TX

The Chocolate Pot, Red Lodge Clay Center, Red Lodge, MT, An invitational exhibition.

DIMENSION, Richard Hirsch Jane Shellenbarger, a two-person exhibition. As colleagues at RIT’s School for American Crafts, this exhibition provides an opportunity to showcase ourselves as studio artists. It also further engages us in a different kind of professional dialogue. Because the work itself is divergent in both focus and intent, addressing a singular theme allows us to use the language of art to expand our conversation. Davison gallery, Roberts Wesleyan College, Rochester NY

The Cup: 50 Artists, 250 Interpretations, Curated by Ben Bates, Robert T. Wright Gallery, College of Lake County, Grayslake, IL, An invitational exhibition.

Paper Plate, Plastic Plate, White Plate, Artist Plate: A collection of artist-made dinner plates and related insights about food. Penland Gallery, Penland School of Crafts, NC. An invitational exhibition.

Image and Form, Akar Gallery. Iowa City, IA. An invitational exhibition.

Islamic Influence, Crossroads Art Gallery, NCECA Conference, Clearwater FL,

Parkland Art Gallery’s State of the Art 2011-12: National Biennial Ceramics Invitational, Parkland, IL

For Tea, Dubhe Carreno Gallery, Chicago, IL. An Invitational Exhibition

Bringing Home the Bacon, Red Lodge Clay Center, Red Lodge, MT. An Invitational Exhibition

American Pottery Festival 2010, Northern Clay Center, Minneapolis, MN. An Invitational Exhibition

The Art of the Pot, Invitational Show and Sale, Austin, Texas

Then and Now, Strictly Functional Anniversary Exhibition, NCECA Conference, Philadelphia, PA

The Ohio/Michigan Game,Pewabic Pottery, Detroit, MI. An Invitational Exhibition

4X4, Invitational Exhibit, Lill Street Gallery, Chicago, IL

Visiting Artist Exhibition, Mark Pharis, Jim Lawton, Jane Shellenbarger, Three-Person Exhibition, Andrews Gallery, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA

Teapots, Functional, Formal, Narrative, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Foster Gallery, Haas Fine Art Center, Eua Claire, WI

Studio Pottery: 21st Century Voices, Lacoste Gallery, Concord, MA

Clay & Glass 2008, Atrium Gallery, Corning Community College, Corning, NY

National Juried Ceramics Exhibition and Symposium, Lawrence Arts Center Lawrence, KS

Selected Exhibitions