Jean Tudor lives in Edgewood, Washington, having returned to her native Tacoma area after residing on the West Coast, the East Coast, the Midwest, and Colombia, Latin America. She is married to William E. Tudor, a retired Episcopal priest. Jean has been the president (1991-95) of The Enamelist Society and a member of their Board of Trustees (1989-1995 and 2001-2003). She has been a member of The Enamelist Society since its inception in 1987. She is a juried member of the Northwest Designer/Craftsmen. Jean teaches cloisonné, raku-fired enamels, and hotformed enamels workshops in various places around the country in addition to teaching every summer at The Grünewald Guild, an art/faith center near Leavenworth, WA. She has served on the Grünewald Guild board of trustees. She is represented by The ArtHouse (Olympia, WA).

Art Studies:

  • BA in History, Education, and Literature; University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, WA, 1956.
  • Enamels studies; Penland School of Crafts 1970 (Mary Ellen McDermott and Fern Cole), 1971 (James "Mel" Someroski) and 1973 (William Harper).
  • BFA in Metalsmithing; Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, 1981 (Phillip Fike, Gene Pijanowski, Mark Hall).