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Annie Shaver-Crandell at work

Annie Shaver-Crandell

1941 Born Oberlin, Ohio
1962 Oberlin College; BA, Oberlin, OH
1966 Institute of Fine Arts, New York University; MA in Medieval Art, Art History
1974 Columbia University; PhD in Medieval Art, Art History, New York
1962-present Lives in New York City

Solo Shows (selected)

2020

Colors of Spring, Paintings and Drawings

New York Public Library, Mulberry Street Branch, March 1 - August 31, 2021

2019

Intuition and Logic: Hand in Hand

Salmagundi Club of New York [SCNY], New York, December 16-22

Assorted Abstract Work

Dynamic Body Pilates 80 5th Ave #1003, New York, March 15 – May 31

Colors of Spring

Huntington Public Library, Huntington, NY, March 2-April 12

2018

Beckoned by Paper: Watercolors, Monotypes and Collages

SCNY, New York, December 9-16

Poetry and Prose: Flowers in Captivity

Kings Highway Branch and Coney Island Branch of the Brooklyn Public Library, October 1 - November 24

2015

Views of Town and Country

Huntington Public Library, Huntington, NY, March 1-April 25

2014

A Collection of Views Landscapes, Cityscapes and Interiors

Harborfields Library, Greenlawn, NY, May 1-29

2012

Steeds, Sofas and Pista: The Figure at Home, Abroad and Afield

PaulaBarr Chelsea, New York, April 19-28

2011

Speaking Likenesses: Portraits of Cats and Dogs

PaulaBarr Chelsea, New York, May 5-14

2010

The Language of Flowers: A Spring Gift

PaulaBarr Chelsea, New York, May 13-12

2009

The Bond Chronicles: New Paintings

PaulaBarr Chelsea, New York, May 7-16

2008

Fire, Earth, Air & Water: Four Elements Captured

Brooklyn Public Library, Gravesend Library, Brooklyn, NY, September 23 – November 17

Pairings: Recent paintings and drawings inspired by the Tango

PaulaBarr Chelsea, New York, May 1-10

2007

Journey to the Klondike: Hidden Treasure Found

PaulaBarr Chelsea, New York, May 31-June 10

From Above

PaulaBarr Chelsea, New York, October 18-28

2006

Reflected Glory: New Paintings

PaulaBarr Chelsea, New York, May 4-7

Immersed in the Light: Landscapes Real and Imagined

Blair Academy’s Romano Gallery, Blairstown, NJ, October

Living Well is the Best Revenge: Views from a Life Under Way

PaulaBarr Chelsea, New York, November 30-December 3

2005

Dyed and Gone to Heaven: Garments that No Longer Suit

PaulaBarr Chelsea, New York, October 27-30

The Way in is the Way Out/The Way Out is the Way In: New Paintings and Collages

PaulaBarr Chelsea, June 9-12

2004

Hills, Valleys, and Clouds

PaulaBarr Chelsea, New York, November 18-21

Spring Hejeira

PaulaBarr Chelsea, New York, May 20-23

2003

Fields of Delight, Gardens of Rest

PaulaBarr Chelsea, New York, November 6-9

Higher Ground

PaulaBarr Chelsea, New York

2000

Restoration of the Spirit: Images from Nature

Kendal at Oberlin, Oberlin, Ohio, October 26-December 1

Soliloquies: Landscapes of the Delaware and Montana

Synagogue for the Arts, New York, January 6-February 20

1977

Photography for Art’s Sake

Art Department Gallery, The City College of New York

Two-Person Shows (selected)

1998

Minds and Hands: Scholars in the World of Art

John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY, New York, with Elizabeth Starčević

1978

Quilt/ Art/ Quilt/ Art

Art Department Gallery, The City College of New York, with Betsy Cromley

Group Shows (selected)

2021

Summer Exhibition, SCNY, New York, August 9-27 2021

Black & White Show, SCNY, New York, February 23-March 12

Spring Auction Exhibition, SCNY, New York, March 15-April 9

Spring New Members Exhibition, National Association for Women Artists, May 3-June 30

Annual Members Exhibition, SCNY, New York, May 3-20

The Healing Power of ART in Honor of Nature Exhibition, The Healing Power of Art, May 20-July 30

Cityscapes, SCNY, New York, June 8-24

Forever Young, Islip Art Museum, July 1-August 15

2020

Annual Members Exhibition, SCNY, New York, May 3-20

Spring New Members Exhibition, National Association of Women Artists, May 3-June 30

Monotype & Monoprint Member’s Exhibition, SCNY, New York, March 2-13

Annual Summer Show, SCNY, New York, August 10-28

Fall Auctions to Benefit Salmagundi, SCNY, New York, September 28-October

Sylvia Maria Glesmann Floral Exhibition SCNY, New York, October 26-November 13

Annual Fall Member Exhibition, SCNY, New York, October 20-November 6

Annual Thumb-Box Exhibition, SCNY, New York, November 24-January 1

2019

Black & White Show, SCNY, New York, January 28-February 14

2019 Open Printmaking and Monotype Exhibition, SCNY, New York, February 19-March 7

Spring Auction Exhibition, SCNY, New York, March 11-29

Annual Members Exhibition, SCNY, New York, April 29-May 23

Pastel Exhibition of Members and Non-Members, SCNY, New York, June 10-28

Annual Non-Juried Members Summer Exhibition, SCNY, New York, August 5-23

Tenth Annual Sylvia Maria Glesmann Floral Members Exhibition, SCNY, New York, September 9-27

Group Show, Turtle Bay Music School, New York, Fall 2019

2018

Members Exhibition, Day and Night, SCNY, New York, January 8-25

Open Printmaking Exhibition for Members and Non-Members, SCNY, New York, January 29-February 15>

Greenwich Village People, Places, and Things, SCNY, New York, February 20-March 9

Salmagundi Club Theme Exhibition, SCNY, New York, February 20-March 9

Fine Art Centennial Exhibition and Sale, SCNY, New York, March 12-23

Spring Auction Exhibition, SCNY, New York, April 30-May 18

Members Monotype Exhibition, SCNY, New York, June 25-July 6

Members Nautical Theme Exhibition, SCNY, New York, July 9-30

Fall Auction Exhibition, SCNY, New York, October 8-26

Thumb-Box Show, SCNY, New York, December-January

2017

Historic Black and White Exhibition, SCNY, New York, February 6-March 2

Sylvia Maria Glesmann Floral Exhibition, SCNY, New York, March 6-30

Spring Auction Exhibition, SCNY, New York, March 6-31

Art of the Garden, United Hebrew Home, New Rochelle, NY, June 11-September 13

Annual Summer Show, SCNY, New York, August 14-25

Fall Auction Exhibition, SCNY, New York, September 25-October 27

Better With Age, Borough President Gale Brewer’s Peyton Gallery, Municipal Building, New York, October 10-November 1

Annual Members Show, SCNY, New York, October 30-November 30

Thumb-Box Exhibition, SCNY, New York, December 4-31

2016

Landscape Exhibition, SCNY, New York, February 8-25

Members Monotype Monoprint Exhibition, SCNY, New York, March 7-18

The Noble Nocturne Exhibition, SCNY, New York, May 23-June 16

MyLongIsland Landmarks, Society for the Preservation of Long Island Antiquities (SPLIA) Gallery, Cold Spring Harbor, NY, June 9-November 20

Animals in Art: Our Partners on the Planet, Mills Pond Gallery St. James, NY, July 30-August 28

Annual Non-Juried Members’ Summer Exhibition, SCNY, New York, August 15-26

Fall Auction Exhibition, SCNY, New York, September 26-21

Thumb-Box Exhibition, SCNY, New York, November 21-January 1

2015

Making an Impression III, Main Street Petite Gallery, Huntington, NY, January 8-February 9

The Historic Black and White Exhibition, SCNY, New York, January 19-February 4

Urban Life, SCNY, New York, February 9-26

Landscape Exhibition, SCNY, New York, February 9-26

Spring Auction Exhibition, SCNY, New York, March 2-27

Equus and Such, Mehu Gallery New York, NY, June 4-July 12

Members Nautical Theme Exhibition, SCNY, New York, July 13-24

Fall Auction Exhibition, SCNY, New York, October 5-23

Annual Thumb-Box Exhibition, SCNY, New York, November 23-January 1

2014

Landscape 2014, Main Street Petite Gallery, Huntington, NY, September 5-29

Impressions III, Main Street Petite Gallery, Huntington, NY, December 6-22

2013

“The Noble Nocturne” Theme Show, SCNY, New York, January 21-February 8

2006

Annual Members Combined Exhibition, SCNY, New York, January 9-February 10

The Fifty-Third Annual Patient Art Show, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York, May 1-May 4

Spring Art Auction and Exhibition, SCNY, New York, May

An Exhibition of Landscape Art and Photography, Pahaquarry Foundation Inc & Warren

County Arts, Blairstown, NJ, June 3-July 29

Members Non-Juried Summer Exhibition, SCNY, New York July 24-August 25

A Winter Show at the Seaport, Van Der Plas Gallery, New York, December 7-January 8

2005

Annual Combined Members Exhibition, SCNY, New York, January

52nd Annual Patient Art Show, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York, April

Spring Auction and Exhibition, SCNY, New York, May

The Pahaquarry Paint Out and Shoot Out, Oxford Municipal Building, Oxford, NJ, June

The Delaware River, a big picture, The Dutot Museum, PA, September-October

Fall Auction and Exhibition, SCNY, New York, October

Original Works of Fine Art by Local Artists, Arts off Main, Hackettstown, NJ, November

Annual Thumb-Box Show, SCNY, New York, December

2001

Transformacion!, Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center, New York, NY

The Pahaquarry Paint Out: Fourth Annual Exhibition, Ridge and Valley Center, and Romano Gallery, Blair Academy, Blairstown, NJ

2000

Soho 20 Gallery, Soho 20 Gallery, New York, January 4-29

Generations II, A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY, February 15-March 11

Four Views in Blairstown NJ: Sweet Cream Cafe; Ridge and Valley Conservancy Gallery; Romano Gallery at blair Academy; United National Bank, Pahaquarry Foundation, Blairstown NJ

Artistas de Loisaida Celebracion! Loisaida Arts at Cork Gallery, New York, NY, October

Celebracíon, Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center, New York, NY

Five Years at the Refuge: Sponsored by Montana Art Gallery Directors Association, Custer County Art Center, Miles City, MT

The Pahaquarry Paint Out: Third Annual Exhibition, Ridge and Valley Center, Blairstown, NJ

1999

Pieces III, Gallery 128, New York, NY

The Pahaquarry Paint Out: Second Annual Exhibition, Ridge and Valley Center, and Romano Gallery, Blair Academy, Blairstown, NJ

Five Years at the Refuge, Copper Village Art Center, Anaconda, MT

1998

The Pahaquarry Paint Out: First Annual Exhibition, Ridge and Valley Center, Blairstown, NJ

Prince Street Artists Invite, Prince Street Gallery, New York, NY

Annual Faculty Exhibitions, Art Department, The City College of New York (quilts, collages, pastels, oils)

1997

Pieces, Gallery 128, New York, NY

Generations, A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY

Annual Faculty Exhibitions, Art Department, The City College of New York (quilts, collages, pastels, oils)

1996

Annual Faculty Exhibitions, Art Department, The City College of New York (quilts, collages, pastels, oils)

1995

Annual Faculty Exhibitions, Art Department, The City College of New York (quilts, collages, pastels, oils)

1994

Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center, New York, NY (quilts)

Annual Faculty Exhibitions, Art Department, The City College of New York (quilts, collages, pastels, oils)

Women’s Caucus for Art National Exhibition, Contemporary Quilts USA, first shown at Boston University Art Gallery, Boston, MA, and then toured Europe for three years under the auspices of the US Information Agency

1993

Annual Faculty Exhibitions, Art Department, The City College of New York (quilts, collages, pastels, oils)

Women’s Caucus for Art National Exhibition, Contemporary Quilts USA, first shown at Boston University Art Gallery, Boston, MA, and then toured Europe for three years under the auspices of the US Information Agency

1992

Women’s Caucus for Art National Exhibition, Contemporary Quilts USA, first shown at Boston University Art Gallery, Boston, MA, and then toured Europe for three years under the auspices of the US Information Agency

1991

Women’s Caucus for Art National Exhibition, Contemporary Quilts USA, first shown at Boston University Art Gallery, Boston, MA, and then toured Europe for three years under the auspices of the US Information Agency

1990

A Cultural Presentation of the United States of America

Annual Faculty Exhibitions, Art Department, The City College of New York (quilts, collages, pastels, oils)

1987

Women’s Caucus for Art National Exhibition, Contemporary Quilts USA, first shown at Boston University Art Gallery, Boston, MA, and then toured Europe for three years under the auspices of the US Information Agency

1983

Quilts and Carousels: Folk Art in the Firelands, Firelands Association for the Visual Ars, Oberlin, OH, May 1-July 4

1982

Pieced Work, Women’s Caucus for Art Exhibition, 26 Federal Plaza, New York, NY

Collections

Shaver-Crandell is included in public collections and many private collections.

Publications (selected)

The Thinking Woman’s Almanac, newsletter, published quarterly self-chronicle, 2013-Present, see past issues

Think Visually, Act Locally, newsletter 2002-2006, newsletter initiated in response to the events of 9/11/01

The Pilgrim’s Guide: A Critical Edition, Co-Author with Alison Stones, Jeanne Krochalis and Paula Gerson, Harvey Miller Publishers, 1998

The Pilgrim’s Guide to Santiago de Compostela: A Gazetteer, Co-Author with Paula Gerson and Alison Stones, Harvey Miller Publishers, 1995

The Middle Ages, a volume included in the Cambridge University Press series

Introduction to the History of Art, 1982 (translations into Dutch, Norwegian, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Japanese, Chinese)

The North Portal of the Cathedral of Cahors

“The Porte Miègeville at Saint-Sernin in Toulouse”

Selected Articles

Thalia Gouma-Peterson, Women’s Caucus for Art Honor Awards catalogue, Chicago, 2001, pp. 10-11

Brochure introduction for Eileen Barry, “The Breath of Life,” Veterans Gallery, Albany, NY, October 1994

“Unpleasant Discoveries on the Way of Saint James,” Bulletin of the Confraternity of Saint James, no. 45, January 1993

“Women Perceived: On Teaching the Imagery of Women in Art,” Women’s Studies Quarterly, XV: 1&2 (Spring/Summer 1987), 54-5

Catalogue Introduction, WCA Honor Awards: Grace Hartigan, Agnes Mongan, Maud Morgan, Elizabeth Talford Scott, Honoré Sharrer, Beatrice Wood, Philadelphia, PA, Women’s Caucus for Art, 1987

“Art and Bad Manners on the Way of Saint James: The Pilgrim’s Guide to Santiago de Compostela,” Kaleidoscope, I, no.2, Fall, 1984, 4-8

“Annie Shaver-Crandell,” Artist’s statement, exhibition catalogue, Quilts and Carousels: Folk Art in the Firelands, Oberlin, OH, 1983

Lectures and Panels (selected)

2000

“Pilgrimage and Travel by Horse and on Foot in the Middle Ages,” The Cloisters, New York, NY.

Gallery talk accompanying solo exhibition, Kendal at Oberlin

1999

“Art and Bad Manners on the Way of Saint James,” Art Department, Kean University, Union, NJ

1998

“What’s Doing in New York City: Women in Art,” The Women and Gender Studies Program, The College of New Jersey, Trenton, NJ

“Mountains and Valleys: Art Historian on the Artist’s Way,” Montana Artists Refuge, Basin, MT

1996

Panelist on “The Evolution of the Contemporary Artist-Scholar,” organized by Arturo Lindsay, College Art Association National Conference, Boston, MA

1995

Co-organized with Harriet Senie, “From the Holy Land to Graceland: Twentieth-Century Pilgrimage Sites, Relics, Rituals.” College Art Association National Conference, San Antonio, TX

Panelist, “Brief History of Censorship of Visual Art,” for panel “The Eye of the Beholder,” Women’s Caucus for Art National Conference, San Antonio, TX

1994

Two panels on pilgrimage co-organized with Paula Gerson at 29th International Congress of Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI

1993

Session co-organized with Shelly Zegart, “New Directions in Quilt Scholarship,” Barnard Feminist Art History Conference, Barnard College, New York, NY Lecture: “Women Have Always Worked: Images of Working Women,” Internet, Luxembourg

Awards and Honors (selected)

2020

Jane Impastato Award, Salmagundi Club Annual Summer Exhibition, SCNY, New York

2018

Mortimer E. Freehof Memorial Award for Watercolor, Fall Auction exhibition, SCNY, New York

Rosemary & Co. Brushes Award, Salmagundi Theme Exhibition, SCNY, New York

Martin Hannon Memorial Award, Certificate of Merit SCNY, Spring Auction Exhibition, New York

Certificate of Merit, Monotype & Member’s Exhibition SCNY, New York

2016

Certificate of Merit, Spring Auction Exhibition, SCNY, New York

First Prize, Landscape Exhibition, SCNY, New York

2015

Honorable Mention, Landscape 2015, oil painting, Main Street Petite Gallery, Huntington, NY

Honorable Mention, Impressions III, monotype print, Main Street Petite Gallery, Huntington, NY

2014

Certificate of Merit, Philip Isenberg Award, SCNY, New York

2012

The Art Alumni of the City College of New York Career Achievement Award, presented at the National Arts Club at an awards dinner, NY

2006

Certificate of Merit, Tina Gordon SCNY Award, SCNY, New York

2005

Jane Impastato Award, Salmagundi Club Annual Member Exhibition, SCNY, New York, January

Honorable Mention, Spring Auction and Exhibition SCNY, New York, May

Certificate of Merit, Thumb-Box Exhibition SCNY, New York, December

2004

Stanford White Award for Painting, Spring Auction Exhibition SCNY, New York, April

1998

Women’s Caucus for Art President’s Award for distinguished service to women in the arts, presented at WCA annual national conference, NY

1994

President’s Award for Contributions to the Arts and the Women’s Movement, Women’s Caucus for Art

Workshops, Lectures, Grants, Residencies

2019

Seasonal plein air workshops, Planting Fields Arboretum, Oyster Bay, NY

2018

Seasonal plein air workshops, Planting Fields Arboretum, Oyster Bay, NY

2017

Seasonal plein air workshops, Planting Fields Arboretum, Oyster Bay, NY

2015

Plein Air Performance/Demonstration, Bidwell House, Montery, Massachusetts

2000

PSC-CUNY Grant (Montana Landscapes)

Montana Artist Refuge, Residency, Basin, Montana

1999

PSC-CUNY Grant (Montana Landscapes)

Montana Artist Refuge, Residency, Basin, Montana

1998

PSC-CUNY Grant (Mountain Landscapes: Pastels and Hangings)

Montana Artist Refuge, Residency, Basin, Montana

1997

Montana Artist Refuge, Residency, Basin, Montana

1996

PSC-CUNY Grant (Frida Kahlo’s Blue House as a Secular Pilgrimage Site)

1995

PSC-CUNY Grant (Frida Kahlo’s Blue House as a Secular Pilgrimage Site)

1986

Women’s Research and Development Fund of the City University of New York (project of (incorporating imagery of women into teaching of other disciplines)

1980

PSC-CUNY Grant (The Pilgrim’s Guide to Santiago de Compostela)

1979

PSC-CUNY Grant (The Pilgrim’s Guide to Santiago de Compostela)

NEH Research Grant, Translation Division (with Paula Gerson and Alison Stones), for Pilgrim’s Guide to Santiago de Compostela

1978

NEH Research Grant, Translation Division (with Paula Gerson and Alison Stones), for Pilgrim’s Guide to Santiago de Compostela

Tour Lead

1994

Members’ foreign bus tour, Society of Architectural Historians: The Pilgrimage Roads of France and Spain (Paris to Santiago de Compostela)

Teaching

Rutgers University Department of Art History, Lecturer, 1966-1967

The City College of New York, Department of Art, Lecturer, Full Professor; 1967–2000;

The City College of New York, Department of Art, Department Chair, 1989-1992

The City College of New York, Department of Art Chair, 1989-92; Deputy Chair, 1981-82, 1988-89, 1996, 1997; Executive Committee 1997-83

1985-6, 1997; Coordinator of Introductory Core Art Course for the College; Chair, Awards Committee; Curriculum Committee

Arts International Workshop, Watercolor Summer Class, Assisi, Italy, 2007

Bond Street Studio, Group Painting Classes, 2000-Present

Professional Affiliations

College Art Association of America, 1964-Present

Women’s Caucus for Art, 1979-Present

Salmagundi Club of New York, 2001-Present

National Association of Women Artists, 2021-Present

Volunteering

Salmagundi Club of New York, Board of Directors, 2009-2019 (Recording Secretary; Chair; Program Committee)

Women’s Caucus for Art, years of active service 1979-88; NYC Chapter President 1982-84; NE Regional Vice President 1984-86; National Conference Chair 1984-86 (for conference Liberty and the Pursuit of Liberty, February 1986, New York); National President 1986-88