Jane Shoenfeld moved to Santa Fe in 1987; she grew up in the Northeast and continues to exhibit her pastel and mixed media nature abstractions through the First Street Gallery in NYC. She also exhibits her work at The FreeStyle Gallery in Albuquerque, NM.
Her work has been included in exhibitions through the Smithsonian Institute, Las Cruces Museum, Millicent Rogers Museum, Brooklyn Museum and is also collected in New Mexico through purchase awards through NM Art in Public Places. Her work is in numerous private and corporate collections, including the Jack Ziegel Collection, the Natalie Goldberg Collection, NYNEX Corporation, and the Ghost Ranch Conference Center Collection.
In 2014 and 2016 Shoenfeld participated in three person exhibitions at the First Street Gallery in Chelsea. In June of 2015, Shoenfeld's work was presented at Wheelhouse Art in Santa Fe, a two person exhibition, REVEALING NATURES - Jane Shoenfeld and Sheila Miles.
Recently Shoenfeld's abstract landscapes were featured on the covers of The New Mexico Poetry Review and The Number of Names, a collection of poetry by Donald Levering. Shoenfeld is also a published poet, her writing is included in numerous journals and the poem "Harry's Table" was a prize winner in the New Mexican Poetry Contest.
In addition, Shoenfeld is an internationally recognized and sought after teacher of fine art and art therapy.
She has been an artist in residence at The Virginia Center for Creative Arts in Sweetbriar, Va.; the Dorland Mountain Arts Colony in Temecula, Ca; the David and Julia White Colony in Cuidad Colon, Costa Rica and the Flower Camp in Harrison, Virginia.