Jane Bruce is currently an independent artist and educator living in
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Brooklyn-born Laura Carbone has worked in the field of stained glass since 1989. The majority of her work has been the fabrication and restoration/conservation of stained and leaded glass windows. She has restored pieces by such stained glass icons as John La Farge and Louis Comfort Tiffany. Her work is in countless public buildings, houses of worship, and residences throughout the tri-state area.
Joseph Cavalieri’s award winning stained and painted glass work has been exhibited in art galleries and museums in the U.S. Europe, India and Australia, including The Society of Arts and Crafts (Boston) and the permanent collection of the Museum of Arts and Design, New York. He is currently represented by the Duane Reed Gallery (St. Louis. His public art can be seen at Dixon Place Theater in Manhattan and the MTA chose Joseph to design a permanent installation at the Philipse Manor Train Station in Sleepy Hollow, NY. Joseph enjoys sharing his techniques and design perspective, and has been teaching internationally for over 4 years.
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Amy Lemaire is an artist based in Philadliphia where she maintains a flamworking studio. She received a BFA in painting from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2000, and an MFA from Pratt Institute in 2011, also with a focus on painting. In addition to her paintings and performative artworks, Amy has been working with glass since 1997, and specializes in flameworking, with an emphasis on soft glass sculpture, beadmaking, and botanical replication. She teaches internationally and is currently adjunct faculty in the Department of Glass: Applied Craft & Design at Salem Community College
After receiving her MFA degree from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2009, Stefanie was awarded a Fullbright Scholarship to study sculpture in Venice, Italy, from 2009-10, during which time she apprenticed with Lino Tagliapietra and worked at Elite Murano. Stefanie exhibits her glass and sculptural work nationally and currently she teaches as Adjunct Faculty at the Rhode Island School of Design, and Franklin Pierce University in New Hampshire.