Shelley Haven is a painter and printmaker working in oils, intaglio printmaking and monotype as well as in pastels and other color media. Her work is inspired by the natural and cultural landscape. Her work is included in the Museum of Modern Art PAD/D and Franklin Furnace Archives; the New York City Public Library Rare Books Collection, Prints Collection, and Periodical Archive; Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; and university, corporate and private collections. Recent awards include grants from the Puffin Foundation and the Manhattan Community Arts Fund; residency fellowships in Costa Rica at the David and Julia White Artists’ Colony, in Spain at Fundacion Valparaiso, and in the U.S. at the Anderson Center, the Millay Colony, the Saltonstall Foundation and the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts; and a studio fellowship at the Manhattan Graphics Center. Ms. Haven’s work was exhibited in a two-person show at Lesley Heller Gallery in 2008. Recent solo exhibitions have been presented at the New York Public Library, Binghamton University’s Rosefsky Gallery, Pfizer Inc. and Thacher Proffitt & Wood. Ms. Haven’s work has also been included recently in group exhibitions at Binghamton University Art Museum, The Cooper Union, CUNY Kingsborough Community College, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, The New York Law School, Seton Hall University Law School, ‘temporary Museum, W.A.H. Center, Old Church Cultural Center, Lesley Heller Gallery, Spike Gallery, Boreas Gallery, mdh fine arts as well as abroad in India, Hungary, Poland, Ukraine, England and France. Ms. Haven is a native New Yorker who lives and works in New York City. She received her BA from Binghamton University, and MA and MFA from The University of Iowa. Shelley teaches at The Cooper Union Institute in New York City.
Shelley Haven www.shelleyhaven.com 337 East Ninth Street #6 firstname.lastname@example.org New York, New York 10003 (212) 533-1383 Collections Museum of Modern Art, Franklin Furnace Archive, New York City Museum of Modern Art, PAD/D Archive, New York City Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands Library of Congress National Serials Program, Washington DC New York Public Library, Rare Books Division, New York City New York Public Library, Division of Art, Prints and Photographs, New York City New York Public Library, Research Division, Periodicals, New York City The University of Iowa Library, Special Collections, Iowa City IA Tulsa City/County Library System, Permanent Art Collection, Tulsa OK New York University, New York City University of Iowa School of Art, Iowa City IA American Council on Education, Washington DC Pfizer World Headquarters Inc., New York City AIG Inc., New York City Reboul, MacMurray, Hewitt, Maynard and Kristol, New York City Fundacion Valparaiso, Mojacar, Spain Julia and David White Artists’ Colony, Ciudad Colon, Costa Rica Manhattan Graphics Center, New York City Private Collections, USA and abroad Awards 2005 Puffin Foundation Grant Manhattan Community Arts Fund Grant, NYC DCA and LMCC, New York City 2003 The Anderson Center, Residency Fellowship, Red Wing MN 2002 Julia and David White Artists’ Colony, Residency Fellowship, Ciudad Colon, Costa Rica 2001 Fundacion Valparaiso, Residency Fellowship, Mojacar, Spain 2000 Millay Colony for the Arts, Residency Fellowship, Austerlitz NY 1999 Constance Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts, Residency Fellowship, Ithaca NY Manhattan Graphics Center, Studio Fellowship, New York City 1998 Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Residency Fellowship, Mt. San Angelo VA 1989-97 New York Public Library, Tompkins Square/Ottendorfer Branches, Artist-in-Residence, New York City 1989/90 Artists Space, Independent Projects Grants, New York City 1988 New York State Council on the Arts, ABC No Rio Gallery Exhibition Grant, New York City 1982 New York State Council on the Arts, CAPS Graphics Finalist 1981 New York State Council on the Arts, CAPS Painting Finalist Solo Exhibitions 2006 Mid-Manhattan Library, Art in the Windows, curated by Arezoo Moseni, New York City 2005 New York Public Library Tompkins Square Gallery, Color in Nature, New York City 2002 New York Public Library Tompkins Square Gallery, In the Landscape, New York City 2001 Binghamton University Rosefsky Studio Art Gallery, From Nature, curated by James Stark, Binghamton NY Pfizer World Headquarters, Pastels, curated by Ingrid Fox, New York City Shakespeare’s Sister Gallery, Monotypes, Etchings and Pastels, curated by Aaron Barlow, New York City 2000 Fleet Bank, Monotypes, curated by Margaret Bodell, New York City New York Public Library Tompkins Square Gallery, American Landscapes, New York City 1999 Brooklyn Public Library Walt Whitman Branch, And Then, New York City Shakespeare’s Sister Gallery, Work on Paper, curated by Aaron Barlow, New York City Cornelia Street Gallery, Work on Paper, curated by Bob Siegel, New York City 1998 New York Public Library Tompkins Square Gallery, New Work, New York City 1996 New York Public Library Tompkins Square Gallery, From Memory: Travel in Thailand, New York City 1995 Fairleigh Dickinson University Edward Williams Gallery, Nests, curated by Ray Friedberg, Hackensack NJ 1993 New York Public Library Tompkins Square Gallery, Nests, New York City 1992 Morning Calm Gallery, Works on Paper, New York City Erector Square Gallery, Journey to Italy, curated by Jane Miller, New Haven CT 1989 New York Public Library Tompkins Square Gallery, Journey to Italy, New York City 1988 Binghamton University Rosefsky Studio Art Gallery, Journey to Italy, curated by Linda Sokolowski, Binghamton NY 1985 Saugatuck Gallery, Making it Home, Westport CT 1984 P.W. Gallery, Pastels, curated by Guillermo Heinzpeter, New York City 1983 Yvonne Seguy Gallery, Making it Home, curated by Guillermo Heinzpeter, New York City Selected Group Exhibitions 2006 CWOW at Seton Hall University Law School, Minus More, curated by Ben Goldman, Newark NJ Kingsborough Community College Art Gallery, WEAD East, curated by Jeanne Wilkinson, New York City (catalogue) MDH Fine Arts, 17, curated by Michael Henry, New York City Spencertown Academy, Reframing Nature, curated by Gwenn Mayers and Nancy Van Deren, Spencertown NY Center Gallery at Old Church Cultural Center, curated by Paula Madawick, Demarest NJ (2-person) First Presbyterian Church, Color, curated by Barbara Sherman, New York City ’temporary Museum, By the Beautiful Sea, curated by Cathy Quinlan, New York City 2005 Binghamton University Museum of Art, Alumni Invitational, Binghamton NYShelley Haven www.shelleyhaven.com Selected Group Exhibitions (continued) 2005 W.A.H. Center, Unfamiliar Destinations, curated by James Pinney, New York City Spike Gallery for NurtureArt, Nurturing the New 2005, New York City Concepto Gallery, Flowers, curated by Kiyoshi Ike, New York City VanDeb Editions, Fundraiser Auction, New York City Morehead State University Claypool-Young Gallery, Contemporary Images of Landscape, Morehead KY The New York Law School, Manhattan Graphics Center Prints, curated by Diane Miller, New York City The Anderson Center, Summer Invitational, Red Wing MN Mo Pitkin’s, Matzo Files Benefit, New York City The Garage, Winter Print Salon, The New York Society of Etchers, Inc., New York City Manhattan Graphics Center, Annual Prints, New York City Red Hook Pier and Court Street Gallery, Brooklyn Working Artists Coalition, New York City 2004-06 Indira Gandhi National Center for the Arts, Multiple Encounters, curated by Vijay Kumar, New Delhi, India (catalogue) traveling to numerous cities throughout India 2004 Gallery Boreas, Horizontal Waves, curated by Robert Herman and Robin Dann with NurtureArt, New York City Queens Theatre Gallery, Nature of Investigation, curated by Maria Spector, New York City (2-person) Concepto Gallery, Abstraction, curated by Kiyoshi Ike, New York City Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, In the Face of Others, curated by NurtureArt, New York City RKL Gallery, All Terrain, curated by Lisa Lawley, New York City NurtureArt Gallery, Nurturing the New 2004, New York City 2003 Binghamton University Art Museum, Alumni Invitational, Binghamton NY The Anderson Center, Holiday Invitational, Red Wing MN NurtureArt Chelsea, Nurturing the New 2003, New York City 2002 Kentler International Drawing Space, Drawings for Peace, New York City St. John’s University Gallery, Contemporary Printmaking, New York City National Arts Club Marquis Gallery, Subtext: RealismPlus, curated by Jimmy Wright, New York City The Cooper Union Institute’s Great Hall Gallery, Faculty, New York City 31 Artystow Grafikow z Manhattan Graphics Center, traveling to several Eastern European cities (catalogue), The Maude Kerns Art Center, Focus on Five, Eugene OR 2001 Galerie Delta, 29 Graveurs New Yorkais a Paris, curated by Maddy Rosenberg, Paris, France (catalogue) Russell-Cotes Museum, Artists from the Manhattan Graphics Center, curated by Diane Miller, Bournemouth, England Galeria Slad, 29 Grafikow z Manhattan Graphics Center, Elk, Poland (catalogue) University of the West of England, Bristol, Artists’ Mugs, and traveling to London, The Netherlands and New York City Federal Reserve Bank, Artists of the Second District, curated by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York City 2000 The Cooper Union Institute’s Great Hall Gallery, Faculty, New York City Margaret Bodell Gallery for NurtureArt, Nurturing the New 2000, New York City Gallery Solvay, Manhattan Graphics Center/ZPAP Print, Cracow, Poland Saltonstall Foundation at State of the Art Gallery, Two to Three Visible Dimensions, Ithaca NY Selected Bibliography Widdershins, volume 1-3, artworks, 2003-2005 11211, Curators Grow in Brooklyn, Kaia Monroe, Volume 4, Number 6, July Brooklyn Courier 24-7, Horizontal Waves: Artists Changing the Way You Think about Landscape, July 5, 2004 Town & Village, Arts and Entertainment, October 3, 2002/August 2004 And Then, volumes 1-12, cover artwork and design, 1987-2004 Alumni Connect, Alumni in the News, Binghamton University, October 2002 American Artist, Oppartunities, June 2001 Brooklyn Journal, Up & Coming, March 29 - April 5, 2001 Binghamton Alumni Journal, Summer 2000 Gallery & Studio, New York Notebook, Ed McCormack, Spring/Summer 2000 Ithaca Times, Cara Ben-Yaacov, September 2, 1999 The Villager, James Dellafiora, May 15, 1996 The New Jersey Star Ledger, Eileen Watkins, October 10, 1993 Downtown, Ellen Aug-Lytle, May 30, 1990; December 12, 1990 Women Artist News, Amy Winter, Fall 1989 New Haven Register, Maxine Olderman, July 11, 1989 Art New England, Roger Baldwin, June 1985 Teaching Engagements 1990- The Cooper Union, Continuing Education Faculty, New York City 2002 Maude Kerns Art Center, Guest Lecturer, Eugene, Oregon 2001 Binghamton University, Guest Lecturer, Binghamton, New York 2000 The Print Club of New York, The National Arts Club, Guest Lecturer, New York City 1989-97 New York Public Library, Tompkins Square/Ottendorfer Branches Drawing Program, Coordinator/Instructor, NYC 1989-95 Marymount Manhattan College, Adjunct Faculty, New York City 1994 Dartmouth College, Guest Lecturer, Hanover, New Hampshire 1988 Binghamton University, Guest Lecturer, Binghamton, New York 1986 University of Nevada, Guest Lecturer, Reno, Nevada 1985 Parsons School of Design, Guest Lecturer, New York City Education The University of Iowa, MFA, MA; Binghamton University, BA