e-mail: Jennifer Lipman-Bartel
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Jennifer Lipman-Bartel has welded steel furniture at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, has created jewelry at the Moore College of Art & Design and has a degree from Boston University. Her jewelry and sculptural work has been displayed in many galleries and galas. The National Liberty Museum, The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Art in City Hall, The Wayne Arts Center, The Abington Arts Center,The Painted Bride Arts Center, The Print Center, Manna’s Show of Hands, The American Cancer Association, Aids Coalition of Southern New Jersey, Cystic Fibrosis Association, Moss Rehab’s All About Art and Art Reach, to name a few.
Jennifer’s jewelry and sculptural work are all her own unique design concepts and hand-work. Incorporating glass, semi-precious stones, metals, rare and unusual found objects. As a cancer survivor, she has donated her art to many legal aid organizations and charities that help people with cancer and disabilities in the Delaware Valley.
Both as craftsmen and resin model fabricators, Jennifer and her husband Mike operate a hobby manufacturing company. Creating kits and accessories for model ship builders and model train railroaders. Clients have been SEPTA, AKER Philadelphia Shipyard & Kinkisharyo. Their ship model work has been featured on the Television Science Channel Program “How It’s Made” Oil Tanker Episode for Aker Philadelphia Shipyard 2009.
Boston University, Boston, MA
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA
Steel Sculpture & Casting
Moore College of Art & Design, Philadelphia, PA
2004 – present
Imperial Hobby Productions
Hobby Train & Ship Manufacturer, Resin Casting
1995 – 2004
1991 – 1995
Assistant, Helen Drutt Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Member, International Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE)
Movie & Television Union
Member, Philadelphia Sculptors
2016 Glass Auction, National Liberty Museum Catalogue
“Parlor Shop Artist Profile: Jennifer Lipman-Bartel,” Philadelphia Art Alliance Blog, May 29, 2013
“Philly Artist Whose Work Benefits People in more Direct Ways,” University City Review, September 21, 2011
“Philadelphia’s Jennifer Lipman-Bartel Inspires at Moss Rehab’s All About Art Show in Elkins Park,” Narberth-BalaCynwyd Patch, May 27, 2011
“Rebirth of a Notion,” Philadelphia City Paper, April 22, 2004
Drutt English, Helen & Peter Dormer, Jewelry of Our Time: Art, Ornament and Obsession, Rizzoli Publishers
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