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artist , educator

Jayne Ellen Duryea, American artist, educator. Dougherty Foundation grantee, 1989-1992, Barnhart Foundation grantee, since 1992.


Duryea, Jayne Ellen was born in 1954 in Southampton, New York, United States. Daughter of Robert Martin and Helen Duryea.


Student, Palm Beach Junior College, Lake Worth, Florida, 1971—1972. Student, Suffolk County Community College, Farmingdale, New York, 1973—1974. Bachelor of Fine Arts in Architecture and Painting, East Carolina University, 1977.

Master of Science in Painting and Drawing, Agricultural and Industrial University, Kingsville, Texas, 1988.


Artist, illustrator, draftsman Bell Design Group, Raleigh, North Carolina, 1977—1980, Juris Doctor Latimer & Associates, Durham, 1980—1981. Instructor architecture and drafting Bee County College, Beeville, Texas, 1981—1987, instructor visual arts division, since 1988, chair visual arts division, since 1988. Established glass blowing facilities Bee County College, 1989.

Lecturer on art and glass Jayne Duryea Studios, Beeville, since 1981. Glassblowing demonstrations and workshops, since 1989.


  • Other Work

    • Exhibited in shows at Ariel Gallery, New York City, 1988, San Antonio Art Museum, 1989, McAllen International Museum, 1989, Art Museum Southern Texas, 1989, others. Works in private collections including Rockwell Foundation, Coca-Cola of San Antonio.


Member Bee County Board Adjustments, Beeville, 1989-1991. Sponsor Bee County College Art Association, since 1981. Member American Association of University Women (board directors), National Museum Women in Arts (charter archives collection), Texas Fine Arts Association, Art Museum South Texas (board), Texas Association Schools of Art (board), Art Museum San Antonio, College Art Association, Texas Junior College Teachers Association, Art League Association, Business and Professional Women (board directors), Smithsonian Association, Texas Institute Building Design, ARS Glass Factory, Murano, Italy.


Robert Martin

Helen Duryea