Jennifer Daggs brings with her a lifetime of creative exploration, and a finely honed willingness to play. Jennifer was making and selling soft sculpture when she was in elementary school. While in middle and high school she participated in talented and gifted art programs, art camps and various workshops. Jennifer helped teach a few classes at the Dorchester Art Association in Cambridge, MD. She minored in art at Lebanon Valley College, marbled silk scarves and other items and sold them to pay for her text books. Jennifer also participated in theatrical productions and worked as an improvisational actor at the PA Renaissance Faire. After graduation she worked as the Arts and Crafts director at a YMCA camp on the Chesapeake Bay. She later taught herself how to make paper sculpture and then taught classes on the process at the Harrisburg Art Association. Fifteen years ago she started working with stained glass; specializing in jewelry, sculpture and mobiles. Her work has been shown at numerous juried art shows in the North East, published in several national magazines, and sold in numerous galleries. She has given presentations on “tapping into our creative juices” and has taught classes and private lessons on stained glass techniques. She confesses to having “Crafters ADD” and loves to dabble with any number of art and craft mediums and techniques. She loves to play and get her hands dirty, and share that fun with others.