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artist , educator

Jean Elizabeth Tudor, American Artist, educator. Grantee Indianapolis Art Commission, 1991. Member Enamelist Society (president 1991-1995), American Crafts Council, Society North America Goldsmiths.

Background

Tudor, Jean Elizabeth was born on December 2, 1933 in Tacoma, Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Daughter of Donald Irving and Katharine (Harvey) Cameron.

Education

Bachelor, U. Puget Sound, 1956; postgraduate, Penland (North Carolina) School Crafts, 1970-1971, 73; Bachelor of Fine Arts, Wayne State University, 1982.

Career

Enamel instructor adult education, Newport News (Virginia) Public Schools, 1973-1978; enamel instructor, Indianapolis Art League, 1984-1994; enamel instructor, department head metals, Indianapolis Art League, 1987-1994.

Achievements

  • Avocations: reading, enamel history research, ice skating, Latin America interests.

Works

  • Other Work

    • One-person shows include Indianapolis Museum Art, Long Gallery, 1987, Peninsula Fine Arts Center, Newport News, 1988, 89, D'Art, Norfolk, Virginia, 1989, Shircliff Gallery, Vincennes (Indiana) University, 1992, Stagedoor Gallery, Tacoma, Washington, 1993, Chatham Gallery, Indianapolis, 1994. Two-person shows Richmond Art Museum, 1989, American States Insurance Gallery, Indianapolis, 1989. Exhibited in group shows at University Maryland Gallery, 1975, Torpedo Factory, Alexandria, Virginia, 1978, Long Beach (California) Museum Art, 1985, Sarah Squeri Gallery, Cincinnati, 1987, Espace Fauré, Limoges, France, 1988, 9th Biennale International, Limoges, 1988, Carnegie Art Center, Covington, Kentucky, 1989, 91, 93, Enamelist Society Juried Show, 1991, Junko Takao Gallery, New York City, 1992, Vale Craft Gallery, Chicago, 1993, Indianapolis Art League, 1993, Clay and Glass Gallery, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, 1994, Email 3, Kunstrerein, Coburg, Germany, 1995, Gallery Hock-Grässlin, Wolnzach, Germany, 1995, Asociacion Mexicana de Esmaltistas, Mexico City, 1995.

      Author: Vitreous Enamels: A Bibliography of Processes, Objects and Enamelists, 1994.

Membership

Member Enamelist Society (president 1991-1995), American Crafts Council, Society North America Goldsmiths.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: reading, enamel history research, ice skating, Latin America interests.

Connections

Married William Ellis Tudor, June 9, 1956. Children: Elizabeth Cameron, Andrew John.

father:
Donald Irving Cameron

mother:
Katharine (Harvey) Cameron

spouse:
William Ellis Tudor

children:
Andrew John Tudor

Elizabeth Cameron Tudor