Shane Pendley

Patrick “Shane” Pendley was born in Taipei, Taiwan in 1971. His father served in the Military and his family later settled in the Great Miami Valley outside of Dayton, Ohio where he spent the majority of his childhood. Patrick “Shane” Pendley received a BFA from Ringling College of Art and Design in Sarasota, Florida (2000). While living in NYC for a short while he worked for American painter, Gregory Amenoff, and later went on to Los Angeles where he began teaching marketing and design esthetics related to branding for small businesses. Patrick “Shane” Pendley has been exhibiting his paintings Nationwide for decades and currently resides in Tampa, Florida. His paintings are included in many public and private collections across the country. His work has been referred to as Organic Abstraction with notes of Asian Print influences and is known to have a nostalgic quality of European influences.


SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

2008                Chapter 9, “The Richest Soil” Naomi Silva Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia

2007                Chapter 8, ”ESP” Naomi Silva Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia

2007                Chapter 7, “Looking For Water” Naomi Silva Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia

2005                Chapter 6, “Powder Bourn” Lisa Vallone’s, Safety Harbor, Florida

2003                Chapter 5, “Wilted, Witted and Wined” Gallery Pier, Hermosa Beach, California

2003                Chapter 4, “Courting Vine” Michael’s Studio, Dayton, Ohio

2002                Chapter 5, “Wilted, Witted and Wined” Lathers Gallery, Petaluma, California

2002                Chapter 3, “Beloved” Main St. Gallery, Yellow Springs, Ohio

00-02              Chapter 2, “Ariel” & Chapter 2, “Beloved” The Boulevard, Dayton, Ohio

2000                Chapter 2, “Ariel” HEREart Gallery, Soho, New York

1999                “The Allurement of Periodical Movement and the Romantic Tragedy of Thought”

                         Crossley Gallery, Sarasota, Florida (An Installation)

1999                “The Last Super” Bayou Gallery, Sarasota, Florida (An Installation)

1998                “In lapse from the Lemon 714 times until now” 508 Gallery, Sarasota, Florida

1998                Chapter 1, “The Sky Above” Case Gallery, Dayton, Ohio

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2009-present      Michael Murphy Gallery, Tampa, Florida

2010                The Group Show, Matre Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia

2009                The Anniversary Show, Matre Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia

2008                “Summer Exhibition VI” Naomi Silva Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia

2008                7 Year Itch” Crossley Gallery, Sarasota, Florida

2008                Chapter 8, ”ESP” Naomi Silva Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia

2004                KiKi Gallery, Dayton, Ohio

2000               “Amongst Sensuality” Crossley Gallery, Sarasota, Florida

1999                “Eat More Art” Crossley Gallery, Sarasota, Florida

1999                 Sarasota public library, Sarasota, Florida

1999                “The Best of Ringling” Selby Gallery, Sarasota, Florida

1998                A.I.C.A.D “Independent Studio Show”, Parsons School of Art, New York, NY

1998                “The Best of Ringling” Selby Gallery, Sarasota, Florida

1998                “A.L.L.S Salon Show” 508 Gallery, Sarasota, Florida

1997                “See What Love Can Do” The Gallery, Siesta Key, Florida

1997                “Emerging Artist” Manatee Community College, Bradenton, Florida

1997                “Juried” Kanega Gallery, Sarasota, Florida

1997                “Totem” Juried Show, Sarasota, Florida

1997                “The Best of Ringling” Selby Gallery, Sarasota, Florida

1996                “Choice” 508 Gallery, Sarasota, Florida

 

EDITORIALS

DuPont Registry Tampa, Florida 2015

Panache Vue Magazine, Interview. December 2012

Art Galleries & Artist of the South, Volume 5, issue 2 / 2008

Sarasota Magazine articles from November 2007

“What’s New in L.A” “Speaking with the Artist” with Patricia K.D, August 4th 2003

Gallery Guide, East Coast, January, 2001

The Impact Weekly, Newspaper, Dayton, Ohio, July 15-21, 2000 Vol.8 # 24 page 3 (high impact)

The Impact Weekly, Newspaper, Dayton, Ohio, July 6-12, 2000 Vol.8 # 27 page 10 (local profile)