Jennifer Halvorson earned dual B.F.A. degrees in Metal and Glass at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. In 2005, she also studied abroad at the Australian National University in Canberra. After completing her undergraduate studies, Jennifer traveled to Denmark as a Fulbright Scholar. She continued studying glass at Danmarks Designskole in Copenhagen and became assistant to glass artist Steffen Dam and Micha Karslund. Jennifer earned her Master of Fine Arts in Glass from the Rochester Institute of Technology, within the School for American Crafts. She was a Resident Artist at Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center in fall 2010, and a Visiting Scholar within the glass department at Southern Illinois University, spring 2011. Jennifer is an Assistant Professor at Ball State University within the Marilyn K. Glick Center for Glass, in Muncie, Indiana. Her work has been featured in New Glass Review 35 and 32, published by the Corning Museum of Glass and was most recently on exhibit at Bullseye Resource Center New York Gallery. Jennifer Halvorson’s sculptures revolve around objects as connection points to the past and emotions of the present.
Holding Stitch, 2015, Cast glass, copper, found objects, Photo:
Perfect Influence, 2012, Blown glass, tatted lace, found objects, Photo:
Provision, 2013, Cast glass, Photo:
Thirst, 2012, Cast glass, cast bronze, Photo:
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