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Fenton Artist

Fenton Decoration Designer

 
Truda "TJ" Mendenhall
 
Decoration Designer for Fenton Jewelry
 

Truda "TJ" Mendenhall comes up with the intricate handpainted designs for Fenton handcrafted glass beads and Teardrop earrings. She strives to create innovating and on-trend designs for our line of wearable art glass jewelry. Each collection offers her a challenge to create something unique that will coordinate well with the current fashions and build on Fenton's existing color palette.

Fenton Jewelry Designer

 
Jena Lane Blair
 
Jewelry Designer

Jena Lane Blair is a designer of the handcrafted glass jewelry at Fenton Art Glass, located in Williamstown, WV.

Jena creates the lovely designs for the glass beads used in our bracelets, earrings and necklaces. She is always striving to create new, innovating designs and styles of wearable art glass jewelry.

Frank Workman

 
Frank Workman
 
Master Craftsman
 
Frank Workman

Frank Workman PicVisitors at Fenton Art Glass watch in awe as glass artisan Frank Workman sits at his finisher's bench and carefully applies a molten thread of glass to a vase. Within a few minutes, Frank has deftly fashioned the thread into an intricate zigzag pattern whose bright color contrasts perfectly with the hue of the vase. His audience applauds as Frank holds the vase aloft momentarily for all to see.

Stacy Williams

 
Stacy Williams
 
Handpaint Artisan
 
Stacy Williams

Stacey Williams PicAs a child of six, Stacy Williams began creating designs in pen and ink or watercolors. Later, she won awards in art competitions sponsored by 4-H and taught painting to teens and provided illustrations for children's books during her college years.

JK "Robin" Spindler

 
JK "Robin" Spindler
 
Handpaint Artisan
 
JK "Robin" Spindler

Robin Spindler PicRobin Spindler, known as ''J.K. Spindler'' to those who collect Fenton glass, says she is the ''serious one'' among the Fenton decoration design group.

The Artistry of Martha Reynolds

 
Martha Reynolds
 
Handpaint Artisan
 
Martha Reynolds

Louise Piper

 
Louise Piper
 
Handpaint Artisan
 
Louise Piper

Louise Piper PicMany Fenton artists honed their skills under Louise Piper's watchful eyes. They fondly recall her as a demanding teacher and a talented, good-humored artist.

Frank O. Myers, Fenton's First Basket Handler

 
Frank O. Meyers
 
Glass Artisan
 
Frank O. Meyers

Frank O. Myers PicFrank O. Myers, Fenton's First Basket Handler About 1900, glassworker Frank O. Myers got his start at a glass factory in Indiana, Pennsylvania, the very same plant where our company's founder, Frank L. Fenton, had begun as a glass decorator in 1897.

A loyal member of American Flint Glass Workers Local Union No. 71, Myers became an apprentice, first learning to gather glass and, before long, mastering pressing and blowing operations.

Kelsey Murphy and Robert Bomkamp

 
Kelsey Murphy and Robert Bomkamp
 
Glass Artisans
 
Kelsey Murphy and Robert Bomkamp

kelsey Murphy PicArtists Kelsey Murphy and Robert Bomkamp call their southern Wrobert-bomkamp.jpgest Virginia studio "Made in Heaven," and the name is an apt one, indeed. Collectors and museums alike have come to regard Kelsey and Robert's work as "heavenly!"

Fenton Art Glass Presents... Wayne King

 
Wayne King
 
Glass Artisan
 
Wayne King

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