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Jeanne K.
Mount Laurel, New Jersey
The benefit of glass painting with Jeanne is that you will come away with some pretty awesome and simple techniques for glass painting after the first lesson that you can start using in your own work right away. Learning different techniques as an artist is key to evolve your own personal style. There are no rules - just your imagination! Jeanne artists advance quickly and come away from her lessons with a sense of pride & accomplishment.
About Jeanne K.

I have been creating stained glass since 2008 and teaching painting on glass since 2014. I teach all levels of glass painting. I have classically trained for 7 years under the direction of master Italian stained glass artists in Siena, Italy. My hard work has resulted in a unique artistic style and teaching method that positively enhances my student€™s confidence in their glass painting. My goal as a teacher is to share my rich knowledge of glass painting and to watch my students grow, and come into their own style as glass painters. After your 1st lesson, you will have some pretty awesome & simple techniques under your belt. My artists advance quickly & come away with a sense of accomplishment. Lessons are scheduled to best fit to the student's schedule when possible. I am a very patient instructor and understands that each artist is unique with their own style and pace. Materials/Tools needed for your first lesson. Please message me if you need any recommendations on where to find supplies online. - 2oz. REUSCHE tracing black, Bistre Brown or Umber Brown. (any one of these paints are fine to start. You do not have to have all 3. Prefer lead free.) - 1oz Gum Arabic, liquid or dry - 3” Badger Blender brush - 2” applicator brush - #3 tracing brush - 4 assorted stippling brushes, glass eyedropper, pallet knife, painting bridge (optional), glass pallet & sheet of glass - cotton mask & latex gloves - kiln for firing your painted glass (If you do not have a kiln, I can suggest places where you may bring your piece to be fired. Some place charge a fee, but not much depending on how large your pieces are.)

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Teaches Beginner, Intermediate

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Teaching since 2014


Design Workshop @ AGG Conference

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Speaks Italian, English

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Teacher's Studio

I'm all thumbs and really thought I would end up with a disaster. I was so wrong. Jeanne was so patient and made sure i nailed every step before moving on to the next. Now I have a wonderful stained glass butterfly that my mom hung proudly in the kitchen window. If you want to learn stained glass I highly recommend Jeanne.

Posted Sep 28, 2015
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Jeanne is an expert in this specialized field. Her teaching style is relaxed and low-key with a strong focus on detailed, step-by-step instruction, advice and guidance. I highly recommend her classes. They are great value for money.

Posted Sep 26, 2015

Jeanne is excellent teacher knowledgeable about several techniques on glass painting.Patient and clear.

Posted Sep 24, 2015
Stained Glass Liaison
Sep 2013 - Present
Vetrate Artistiche Toscane
Responsible for promoting the studio through social media and website updates. USA Liaison for consultation, design, and creation of new stained glass commissions. Also involved in restoration work as well.
Studio Assistant
Feb 2008 - Apr 2008
Mezalick Design Studio, LLC, Philadelphia, PA
Weekend help with cutting, leading, soldering, restoration and cartooning.
Design Workshop @ AGG Conference
Jun 2014 - Jun 2014
with Narcissus Quagliata
Glass Painting workshop @ AGG Conference
Jun 2014 - Jun 2014
with Williams & Byrne from England
Abstract Painting on Glass
Jul 2009 - Sep 2009
Ellen Mandelbaum Glass Art, Long Island City, NY
Non-conventional painting techniques @ AGG Conference
Jun 2008 - Jun 2008
with Debora Coombs
Stained Glass Apprentice
Jan 2008 - Feb 2015
Vetrate Artistiche Toscane, Siena, Italy
Sacred Art Glass Painting with J. Kenneth Leap
Jun 2007 - Jun 2007
Bryn Athyn College
B.A. in Graphic Design
Aug 2001 - May 2006
The College of New Jersey
Native Proficiency
Limited Proficiency
James C. Whitney Scholarship - advanced glass painting
Mar 2013
American Glass Guild
James C. Whitney Scholarship - glazing workshop
Mar 2012
American Glass Guild
American Glass Guild
Jan 2008
The AGG is a non-profit organization dedicated to encouraging and promoting the creation, conservation, and history of stained, leaded and decorative glass. Our Mission is to encourage spirited debate, initiate fact-based research, and work to build an environment within our field that both cultivates novices and facilitates experienced artists and craftspeople to attain a higher level of expertise.
Golden Key International Honor Society
May 2005
Golden Key is the world's largest collegiate honor society. Membership into the Society is by invitation only and applies to the top 15% of college and university sophomores, juniors and seniors, as well as top-performing graduate students in all fields of study, based solely on their academic achievements. As an international honor society with more than 400 chapters at colleges and universities around the world, Golden Key is committed to a high standard of scholastic achievement, and an ethos of integrity, innovation, respect, collaboration and diversity

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