Jennifer Lipman-Bartel has welded steel sculptural furniture at The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, has created metal jewelry at Moore College of Art & Design and has a degree from Boston University. As an artist she has displayed her jewelry and art work in many art galleries and galas in the Delaware Valley. The National Liberty Museum, The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, The Painted Bride Arts Center, The Pennsylvania Ballet Gala, The Print Center, The Wayne Arts Center, Art Reach, Art in City Hall, to name a few.
Jennifer’s sculptural and jewelry work are all unique, fantasy inspired, one of a kind designs. Incorporating glass semi-precious stones, metals, rare and unusual beads, glass eyes, objects. Specializing in glass, she creates custom pieces for individual clients.
As a cancer survivor, she has donated her work to many legal aide organizations and charities that help people with cancer and disabilities in the Delaware Valley.
Both as craftsman and model makers, using hand cast resin, CAD & 3D printing techniques, Jennifer and her husband Mike Bartel operate a Transportation hobby model manufacturing company Creating Train, Trolley & Ship models using resin and injection molding plastic techniques for collectors.
Their 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.