This is a list of exhibits of Ed Pennebaker's two dimensional work.

Invitational Exhibits

1985
2nd Directors Invitational, Wichita Art Association, WIchita, Kansas

1984
Sixth Anniversary Invitational Exhibition, Reuben Sanders Gallery, Wichita, Kansas
One Person Show, Hutchinson Art Association, Hutchinson, Kansas
Kansas Artists Invitational, Wichita Art Association, Wichita, Kansas

1983
Hutchinson Art Association, Hutchinson, Kansas
'Kansas Photographers', Hays Art Center, Hays Arts Council, Hays, Kansas

1982
Wichita Public Library, Wichita, Kansas
Friends University, Wichita, Kansas
Carnegie Center for the Arts, Dodge City, Kansas
Postcard Artists Invitational Exhibit, Hays Art Center, Hays, Kansas
Seward County Community College, Liberal, Kansas
Strecker Gallery, Manhattan, Kansas

1981
Kansas Arts Commission Traveling Arts Program
Ninth Annual Printmakers Show, Kellas Gallery, Lawrence, Kansas

1980
Field Contemporary Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Juried Exhibits and Awards

1984
Amarillo Competition, Amarillo Art Center, Amarillo, Texas
Art Annual FIve, Arts Signature Gallery, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Kansas Four, Mulvane Art Center, Topeka, Kansas
All Ohio Print File, Art Academy of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio
Society of Nature Artists Annual Membership Show, Award of Excellence
My Arts in Cleveland, NOVA, Cleveland, Ohio

1983
Art Annual Four, Oklahoma Art Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Painting Award
Kansas Artists Series Postcards, Series VI
Mid-Four Exhibition, Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri
29th Annual Drawing Show, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana
Twelth National Print and Drawing Exhibition, Minot, North Dakota
Kansas Three, Mulvane Art Center, Topeka, Kansas
Professional Art Exhibition, Hutchinson Art Association, Hutchinson, Kansas, Award of Excellence
Winter Art/Manhattan, Strecker Art Gallery, Manhattan, Kansas
Kansas Eighth National Small Painting, Drawing, and Print Exhibition, Hays, Kansas
Spring Panorama, Garden City Community College, Garden City, Kansas, Best of Show

1982
Art Annual III, Oklahoma Art Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Artists Guild of Attica Juried Exhibition, Attica, Kansas, Second Prize
Dodge City Area Arts Council Annual Juried Show, Dodge City, Kansas, Honorable Mention
Smoky Hill River Festival, Salina, Kansas, Purchase Award
Kansas Seventh National Small Painting, Drawing, and Print Exhibition, Hays, Kansas
Central States Exposition II, Pratt Community College, Pratt, Kansas
Kansas Artists Postcards, Series IV

1981
First Kansas Arts Commission Statewide Artist's Competition, Topeka, Kansas
Kansas Sixth National Small Painting, Drawing, and Print Exhibition, Hays, Kansas
Art Inc. Juried Exhibition, Great Bend, Kansas
Dodge City Area Arts Council Seventh Annual Juried Show, Dodge City, Kansas
Kansas River Valley Art Fair, Topeka, Kansas, Purchase Award
Sandhills Art Association Annual Juried Exhibition, Garden City, Kansas, Best of Show

1980
Sandhills Art Association Annual Juried Exhibition, Garden City, Kansas, Second Prize

1979
Sixth Annual Midwestern Printmaking and Drawing Competition, Philbrook Art Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Kansas Fourth National Small Painting, Drawing, and Print Exhibition, Hays, Kansas
Dodge City Area Arts Council Annual Juried Show, Dodge City, Kansas, Second Prize

1978
Joslyn Biennial, Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska
Twentieth National Print & Drawing Exhibition, Oklahoma Art Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Pensacola National Printmaking Exhibition, Pensacola, Florida
Six State Regional Photography Competition, Springfield Art Museum, Springfield, Missouri
Kansas One, Hutchinson Art Association, Hutchinson, Kansas
Fifth Annual Midwestern Printmaking & Drawing Competition, Philbrook Art Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Dodge City Area Arts Council Annual Juried Show, Dodge City, Kansas, Honorable Mention

The Studio

Some of Ed's paintings and prints are on display at the studio. The hot glass studio is in the woods near Osage, Arkansas. Red Fern Glass began in Salem, Arkansas in 1985. In 1991 Ed moved further out in the Ozark woodlands. He remodeled Newt Lale's pottery studio and closed in the "kiln shed" for a hot glass studio.
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