Jenn Goodale's Profile

About

June 2007

Hello all!

Glass came to me when I took on an apprenticeship with Simon Pearce Glass Company. I soaked up as much as I could, studying the material and worked the free education to my advantage. My sculptures are multi-media, but my beads are primarily worked in glass. I went to school at West Chester University in PA for Fine Arts, and Salem Community College in southern NJ for Glass Art. During the summer of 2007 I worked for the Corning Museum of Glass. My time there was cut short by a terrible car accident, involving me as a pedestrian. I found Etsy.com while laying around waiting for my injuries to heal. This site helped me get involved with my craft while not moving for ten months!
My accident brought me to MA for care. Three months later I was back to glass blowing as an instructor for the…

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  • Female
  • Born on January 8
  • Joined July 3, 2007

Favorite materials

Glass, Clay, Mixed Media

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Hand Blown and Sculpted Glass by Jenn Goodale

About

June 2007

Hello all!

Glass came to me when I took on an apprenticeship with Simon Pearce Glass Company. I soaked up as much as I could, studying the material and worked the free education to my advantage. My sculptures are multi-media, but my beads are primarily worked in glass. I went to school at West Chester University in PA for Fine Arts, and Salem Community College in southern NJ for Glass Art. During the summer of 2007 I worked for the Corning Museum of Glass. My time there was cut short by a terrible car accident, involving me as a pedestrian. I found Etsy.com while laying around waiting for my injuries to heal. This site helped me get involved with my craft while not moving for ten months!
My accident brought me to MA for care. Three months later I was back to glass blowing as an instructor for the Worcester Craft Center in MA. I connected with a few other artists to build and create a glassblowing studio in Acton, MA. Presently, I have a studio in West Concord, MA at the Bradford Mills.

Thanks Etsy!

My Resume and Bio: jenngoodale.weebly.com


2010-present
-Started JG Glass Productions

2009-2010
-Flameworking Instructor, and production worker for Denault Studios

2008,2009
-Flameworking Instructor for New Creation Glassworks

2007-2009
-Assistant for a RI artist, Rebeca Zhukov.

2007,2008
-Teaching Intro. to Flame working at the Worcester Glass Studio.

2007
-Worked for Corning Museum of Glass in
their walk in workshop.

2005-2007
-Graduate of Salem Community College with an AFA in Glass Art.


2003-2006
-Apprenticeship with Simon Pearce Glass Company.

1999-2003
-Graduate of West Chester University of PA with a Bachelors in Fine Arts.

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