Education                                                                                                                                                            Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA — M.Ed. in Art, 2005

Moore College of Art and Design, Philadelphia, PA — BFA, 1994


Transform, Sykes Gallery, Millersville University, Millersville, PA, October 2016 through January 2017

Cross Pollination: Artwork by Tyler Alumni Art Educators and Their Students, Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA, October 2016

NAEA Members Exhibition, Online Gallery, National Art Education Association, October 2016

Member’s Exhibition. Community Arts Center, Wallingford, PA, July 2016

Improvise: Annual Juried Exhibiton. Community Arts Center, Wallingford, PA, May 2016

Trending: Contemporary Art Now!, Online Gallery, Women’s Caucus for Art, January, 2015

6th Annual Community Exhibition, 3rd Street Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, January 2016

Member’s Exhibition, Community Arts Center, Wallingford, PA, July 2015

Beyond the Classroom: Educator Artists, Pennsylvania Art Education Association,                 The Henry Gallery, Penn State Great Valley,  April -June 2015

Russet, Rouge and Bronze, Markeim Arts Center, Haddonfield, NJ, December 2014

Creative Tension, Perkins Center for the Arts, Moorestown, NJ, November 2014

Radio and Website Publications 

Sepsis, A Wily Killer, Stymies Doctors’ Efforts To Tame ItInterview by Richard Harris, NPR, Morning Edition, May  4, 2015

A Woman Uses Art To Come To Terms With Her Father’s DeathInterview by Meredith Rizzo, NPR.org, May 4, 2015

Sepsis and Faces of Sepsis Author Featured on NPR’s Morning EditionSepsis Alliance newsletter, May 4, 2015

Professional Memberships & Certifications                                                                       

Pennsylvania Art Education Association

National Art Education Association

Women’s Caucus for Art – Philadelphia Chapter

Pennsylvania Instructional II Teaching Certificate


Second Place, Mixed Media Category, Members Exhibition, Community Arts Center, Wallingford, PA,  2016

First Place, Mixed Media Category, Members Exhibition, Community Arts Center, Wallingford, PA,  2015

Excellence in Service Award, Wallingford-Swarthmore School District; Wallingford, PA, 2012


Jennifer has a BFA from Moore College of Art and Design where she majored in Printmaking and minored in Art History. She holds a Pennsylvania Art Teacher certificate. In 2005, Jennifer received a Masters of Education in Art from Tyler School of Art/Temple University.

Since 1998, she has taught art at Strath Haven High School in Wallingford, PA. Here Jennifer teaches drawing, painting, printmaking along with portfolio preparation and Advanced Placement Studio Art. She is the K-12 Art Department Chair and the faculty sponsor for Strath Haven’s National Art Honor Society.

Jennifer lives in Wallingford, Pennsylvania with her husband Scott, who is a potter and high school ceramics teacher, and their two boys.

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  1. Hi Jennifer,

    I was very moved by your art in the NPR article, and I’m happy to have found your website. I lost my husband of 30 years to sepsis just last December. It was sudden and unexpected. Although I tried very hard not to blame anyone, I thought that there must have been something more that could have been done. I now understand what a serious and complicated condition this is, and I feel sorrow and sympathy for you and anyone else who has lost a loved one to it. You have done all of us a real service in bringing attention to it and conveying through your art the corresponding emotional complexity of survivors. I thank you.


    1. Wendy, I am so sorry for the loss of your husband. Sepsis seems to strike quickly and fiercely. My hear is heavy for what you and your husband had to experience as it is so so difficult to watch a loved one die from sepsis. I appreciate you taking the time to visit my site and respond. Please know you are both in my thoughts. -Jennifer

  2. Hi Jennifer,
    Thanks for your openness in sharing your story. Millions have passed, many not realizing they had sepsis. I wanted to pass-on a possible treatment, that supposedly has had incredible results in animal studies. It is the use of Mesenchymal Cells, but not all MSC’s are the same. Ocata Theraputics may have an answer, it is still a little early as they haven’t published their results, but these cells have been shown to kill sepsis on contact in other trials. you might want to take a look : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-gKcAQB5FE0 Thanks Again, Mark

    1. Mark, It is so true that millions have died never realizing they had sepsis. Education is key. Continued research is necessary. -Jennifer

  3. Dear Jennifer

    I too was touched by the stories on NPR about the loss of your father. We lost our son Mack to sepsis just short of his 9th birthday nearly 2 and a half years ago. http://mackbrady.com Your retelling and turning to art is similar to our own journey. I am glad that Penn State GV is hosting your work and would love to meet at some point. (We are Penn State faculty and we have a soccer fund at PSU in memory of Mack.)

    Thank you again for sharing. May light perpetual shine upon your father.



    1. Cb, thank you for your loving thoughts. I am so sorry to read about your son. The art exhibit at Penn State GV has been healing. It is also a beautiful art gallery. My husband is a Penn State alumni. We will keep your dear son close in our hearts. Best, Jennifer

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