Shelley Rothenburger

Award-winning Artist and Teacher

Shelley was born and raised in Thunder Bay, Ontario and now resides in Richmond, B.C. She began formal studies in art in 1989 at Lakehead University in Thunder Bay and graduated with an Honors Bachelor of Fine Art in 1995 majoring in painting. She continued her art education in 1997 upon entering Graduate School at the University of Alberta in Edmonton and completed her formal studies with a Master of Fine Art degree in painting in 2000.

She has had multiple solo, juried and group exhibitions nation wide, most noted being a juried exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto in 1996 and a solo exhibition at the Nickel Museum in Calgary in 2000. She has participated in an invitational exhibition in an annual fundraiser for the arts in Salt Lake City, Utah. Her work is represented in the West Vancouver District Art Collection, University of Alberta Master of Fine Art Collection and The Alberta Foundation for the Arts Collection. And, in private regional, national and international collections. Shelley’s work has also been featured in Artists Talk Magazine out of the United Kingdom.

Her professional experience includes teaching, giving lectures and doing demonstrations and workshops. She is an artist model and court room artist and she has served on art gallery committee board of directors and as a jury member. She has co-founded and organized an annual art collective event, and exhibition design for various galleries.

Shelley has been awarded the Alberta Foundation for the Arts Graduate Scholarship Award, The Mary Louis Imrie Graduate Student Award, three Lakehead University Juried Exhibition Awards and several provincial Exhibition Assistance Grants.

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