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Betty Wilson

Betty Wilson

Betty Wilson began her creative life in the early '80's painting Picasso and Matisse inspired clothing for her own line called "Made Ugly by Me!". She wanted to create the media she worked upon so she later learned to work in clay. She then took workshops from masters of ceramics, fused glass, and encaustic wax. Betty's work has shown in juried art shows, galleries, and in public places. Betty said "I love the exciting interplay of light and color that comes from the clay, glass, or wax." She is the owner of the Craft Gallery in West Palm Beach.
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Jason LeVan

Jason LeVan

Jason LeVan graduated with honors from West Chester University of Pennsylvania, earning a BFA in studio arts and a minor in art history. Jason has worked as a glassblower, glass instructor, and studio technician. As an instructor, he has taught at Hot Soup Glass in Philadelphia, PA, and East Falls Glassworks in Glenn Echo, MD. In addition to completing assistantships and apprenticeships with master glass artists, Jason produced crystal glasses and stemware for Simon Pearce Glass. He currently continues his studio practices in glass and works for The Norton Museum of Art as an art handler.
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Mark Walnock

Mark Walnock

Mark Walnock graduated from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, with honors, in ceramics.  He has worked as an instructor and studio manager for various arts organizations including Penland School of Crafts in North Carolina, Thompson Park Craft Center, Burlington County Community College, and the non-profit center Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences in N.J.  Mark has been an artist in residence at the Long Beach Island Foundation as well as the Vermont Studio Center.  He has exhibited his work nationwide and at invitational shows in London and Japan.   
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