JEFF G. SMITH – September 2023
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1999 – present: President: Architectural Stained Glass, Inc., Fort Davis, TX
1977 – 1999 Founder/President: Architectural Stained Glass, Inc., Dallas, TX
1985 – present: Member/Contributor: Stained Glass Association of America/Stained Glass Quarterly.
1988 – present: Member: American Craft Council and ACC Library Digital Collections.
1989-2007; 2018-present: Allied Partner: Interfaith Design Knowledge Community, American Institute of Architects. (formerly Interfaith Forum on Religion, Art & Architecture).
2021 – present: Member: Partners for Sacred Spaces.
1993 Johannes Schreiter: Invitational Stained Glass Design Workshop/“Windows to Life”, A.C. Fischer Glashütte Bramsche, GmbH, Napa/San Francisco, CA
1978 Ludwig Schaffrath: Architektonische Glasmalerei, Berkeley, CA
1973-77 Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge; School of Environmental Design: Stained Glass/Landscape Architecture; BLA 1977
1972-73 Hendrix College, Conway, AR; biology major.
1971-72 Duke University, Durham, NC; biology major.
COMMISSIONS, EXHIBITIONS & AWARDS
2023 Christ Church Anglican: Sanctuary Windows, Midland, TX
2022 Our Lady of Guadalupe Cathedral, Dallas, TX: Sculpted bronze doors by Michele vandenHeuvel (Albuquerque, NM) who has tasked ASG with creating stained glass for the doors, etc.
2022 Pokes Peak Windows, Private Residence, Midland, TX
2021 Rainbow with a Little Red, Private Residence, Heber Springs, AR
2021 Fire & Rescue Station #9: Odessa Arts Council, Finalist: National Artist Search, Odessa, TX.
2020 Angelo State University, Stephens Chapel (non-denominational): Altar, Narthex & Side Windows; Angelo State University, San Angelo, TX
2018 St. Frances X. Cabrini Catholic Church: Multiple phases began with the Stained Glass Master Plan in 2014. Fabrication of stained glass began in 2015. The following phases have been completed to date: Altar, Cupola, Blessed Sacrament Chapel, Narthex/Baptistry, Shrines, Chapels, & Choir Windows; El Paso, TX
2017 St. Stephen Catholic Church, 4 phases begun 2008: Altar Reredos, Nave Windows, Tower Windows, Blessed Sacrament Chapel Windows, El Paso, TX
2016 Holy Cross Retreat Center: Reservation and Blessed Mother Chapels, Mesilla Park, NM
2014 Western Perspective: The Art of Jeff Smith; PBS/Basin PBS; aired nationally during spring and summer.
2014 Target: Texas Contemporary Glass; The Art Museum of South Texas; Corpus Christi; May 16 – June 29.
2012 – 2013 St. Joseph Catholic Church, 2 phases: Nave Windows, Memorial Chapel Windows,Choir Windows, Stanton, TX
2012 St. Ann’s Catholic Church, Holy Family Chapel, Midland, TX
2011 Quality in Construction Artisan Award, American Institute of Architects: Fort Worth Chapter, TX
2011 Goodfellow Air Force Base, Multi-denominational Chapel, San Angelo, TX
2010 The 2010 Artist Citation Award, American Institute of Architects/TSA, Austin, TX
2010 Our Lady’s Immaculate Heart, Blessed Sacrament Chapel, Ankeny, IA
2010 First Presbyterian Church, Jack P. Smith Memorial Narthex Window, Pine Bluff, AR
2010 Houston Fire Department: Station #37, Main Entry Atrium, Houston, TX
2009 San Antonio International Airport, New Terminals, winner PASA national artist search (the SAIA Expansion which included this project was cancelled in 2012).
2009 First Baptist Church, Multi-purpose Chapel, Midlothian, TX
2008 First Congregational Church, Round Chapel Stained Glass, Boulder, CO
2008 Hokuli’a, Residential Compound, Kailua-Kona, HI
2007 Meditation Chapel at The Point, C. C. Young Assisted Living Community, Learning & Cultural Arts Center, Dallas, TX
2007 El Tesoro de los Angeles Retreat Center Chapel, Woodland Park, CO (not built)
2007 Hunt Consolidated Corporate Headquarters, (design only), Dallas, TX
2006 Cape Cod Hospital, “Coastal Atmospheres”, Hyannis, MA
2006 Museum of the Big Bend, Alpine, TX
2005 Aurora, Meditation Chapel, Mat Su Valley Hospital, Palmer, AK
2005 Immaculate Heart Catholic Church, Nave Windows, Fort Worth, TX
2005 St. James Episcopal Church, Altar Sidelights, Alpine, TX
2004 W Hotel, Spa, Montreal, Canada
2004 Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Altar Reredos, Denton, TX
2004 Anticipating Art for Sacred Spaces (lecture), SWLC, Cheyenne, WY
2003 Sun Dog: SGAA Invitational Centennial Exhibition, Columbus, OH
2002 Meditation Chapel, Oncology Center, St. Vincent Hospital & Health Services, Indianapolis, IN
2001 Religious Art & Architecture Design Award (for St. Albert, Austin, TX), AIA/IFRAA, Washington, DC
2001 Aquaria Suite, Hawthorne Lane Restaurant, San Francisco, CA (not built)
2000 Beth-El Hebrew Congregation, (with Tim McClure), Fort Worth, TX
2000 Glas Abha Caislean, McIvor Castle, Davis Mountains near Fort Davis, TX
2000 Resolution Suite, American Airlines Admirals Club, B Terminal, DFW International Airport, TX
NOTE: “COMMISSIONS, EXHIBITIONS & AWARDS” prior to the year 2000 continues following “PUBLICATIONS”
2023 Anticipating Stained Glass, Stained Glass Quarterly, Stained Glass Association of America, pp. 34-43, Winter.
2019 Windows for Mother Cabrini, Church & Heritage Journal, July/Aug pages 58-60, Universe Media Group, Ltd., Manchester, England
2018 New Products: Texas Architect Magazine, September/October, Texas Society of Architects, Austin
2018 Windows for Mother Cabrini, Stained Glass Magazine, Winter, Stained Glass Assoc. of America, Kansas City
2017 The Chapels at Holy Cross, Stained Glass Magazine, Fall, SGAA, Kansas City, MO
2015 Resurrection: A Stained Glass Reredos, Stained Glass Magazine, Spring, SGAA, Kansas City
2014 Doing Good Work: Jeff Smith, Pastoral Liturgy Magazine, Nov/Dec, p.15, Liturgy Training Publications, Chicago
2014 Western Perspective: The Art of Jeff Smith; PBS/Basin PBS; aired nationally during Spring & Summer.
2013 Fire & Water (Fire Station 37, Houston), Stained Glass Magazine, Summer, pp. 140-145, SGAA, Kansas City, MO
2013 Artist Feature: Interview with Jeff Smith, CODAworx’ Installments Newsletter & Blog, April.
2013 Richard Walker’s Pancake House, Stained Glass Magazine, (San Diego), Spring, pp. 60-63, SGAA, Kansas City, MO
2012 Windows for St. Ann (cover story), Stained Glass Magazine, Winter, cover & pp. 278-283, SGAA, Kansas City, MO
2012 Ludwig Schaffrath: Universum in Glas, Myriam Wierschowski, ed., Glasmalerei-Museum, Linnich, Germany.
2010 Portfolio: St. Stephen Deacon + Martyr, Texas Architect, Mar/Apr; Texas Society of Architects,Austin.
2009 Meditation Chapel (C.C. Young Senior Living Community), Stained Glass Magazine, Fall; Dawn & Twilight, Winter; SGAA, Kansas City, MO
2008 Envisioning Stained Glass, Construction Canada Magazine, July/August, Kenilworth Publishing, Toronto, ON
2008 First Congregational Church, Stained Glass Magazine, Fall, SGAA, Kansas City, MO
2006 Rethinking Stained Glass, Laminated Glass News, May, Dupont Publishing, New York City
2005 St. Bridget Catholic Church (cover story), Stained Glass Magazine, Spring, SGAA, Kansas City
2004 Artist Profile, Stained Glass Magazine, Fall, SGAA, Kansas City, MO
2003 Environment & Art, Doing Good Work, February, Liturgy Training Publications, Chicago, IL
2003 Architectural Arts & Sculpture 18, GUILD.com, Madison,WI; also vols. 4-17, 1989-2003
2001 Honor Award: St. Albert the Great, International Visual Arts Award, American Institute of Architects/Interfaith Forum on Religion, Art & Architecture.
2001 Designing Stained Glass with an Achromatic Palette, July/Aug., Texas Society of Architects,Austin.
2000 Lenses for Fargo, Stained Glass Magazine, Winter, SGAA, Kansas City, MO
1998 Art of Glass: Integrating Architecture & Glass, Stephen Knapp, Rockport Publishers, NYC
1996 Windows to an Aesthetic World, Kuala Lumpur Star, 9/19, Star Publications, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
1994 Anticipating Stained Glass (cover story), Construction Specifier Magazine, June, Construction Specifier Institute, Alexandria, VA
1994 Artists Respond to Architectural Environments, Toni Sikes, The Glass Art Society Journal, Seattle, WA
1992 Honor Award: The Five Books of Moses Windows, International Visual Arts Award, American Institute of Architects/Interfaith Forum on Religion, Art & Architecture.
1991 Honor Award: Hope Chapel, International Visual Arts Award, American Institute of Architects/Interfaith Forum on Religion, Art & Architecture.
COMMISSIONS, EXHIBITIONS & AWARDS (continued)
1998 US Courthouse, Main entry portico: window wall, GSA Art-in-Architecture Program, Fargo, ND
1998 Plains Art Museum: Guest Lecturer Series, Fargo, ND
1998 Baptism & Communion Triptychs, ‘Passion’ Rose and ‘Faith’, ‘Hope’, & ‘Charity’ Side Aisle Windows, Hitchcock Presbyterian Church, Scarsdale, NY (Design Only)
1997 St. Albert the Great Catholic Church, Altar Reredos, Austin, TX.
1997 Richard Walker’s Pancake House, Crystal Lake, IL
1996 Sheraton International Hotel, Houston, TX.
1996 Suspended Altar Cross, First United Methodist Church, Duncanville, TX.
1996 Medical Center Hospital Chapel, Odessa, TX.
1995 Raven: Sun Thief, University of Alaska Fairbanks, National Design Competition, Fairbanks, AK
1995 St. Mary Immaculate Church, Plainfield, IL.
1995 Chapel Entry & Ceiling, St. Michael Health Care Center Chapel, Texarkana, TX.
1994 Library Atrium Window: ‘Book Portal’, Salt Lake (City) Community College, National Design Competition, Salt Lake City, UT
1994 University of North Carolina (design only), Chapel Hill, NC
1994 Eastern Connecticut State University (design only), Willamantic, CT
1994 Harris Methodist Health Services, Arlington, TX.
1994 Paul A.Dufour: A Legacy of Glass (‘Critical Mass’), LSU, Baton Rouge, LA.
1993 San Francisco Life Center:Windows To Life, San Francisco, CA
1993 Private Residential Compound, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
1992 Honor Award, AIA/IFRAA: International Visual Arts Award (for Washington (DC) Hebrew Congregation), Chicago, IL.
1992 ‘Five Books of Moses Windows’ Kreeger Lobby, Washington Hebrew Congregation, Washington, DC.
1991 AARP Corporate Headquarters, Washington, DC.
1991 Honor Award, AIA/IFRAA: International Visual Arts Award (for Hope Chapel), Washington, DC.
1991 Hope Chapel, Texas Health/Presbyterian Hospital Center, Plano, TX.
1991 Multi-denominational Chapel, Wilcox Memorial Hospital, Lihue, Kauai, HI.
1990 Sandcastle Retreat, Clearwater, FL.
1990 Worthen National Bank, Pine Bluff, AR.
1990 Dreyfus Corporation (design only), New York, NY .
1989 ‘Light Sculptures’, Utah State University, Logan, UT.
1989 Legislative Office Building, 2nd award, Hartford, CT
1988 Locke, Purnell, Rain, Harrell Law Offices, Dallas, TX.
1988 History Merchant Bookstore, Dallas, TX
1987 Elvis, Chuck Berry & Jerry Lee Lewis Windows, Hard Rock Cafe, Dallas, TX.
1987 SGAA International Juried Exhibition (‘Lightsketch #19’), Corning, NY.
1986 American Glass, Oslo, Norway and Helsinki, Finland. National Museum Purchase (‘Lightsketch #5’), Oslo, Norway.
1986 American Federal Bank, Dallas, TX.
1985 Nytt Glas/New Glass, (‘Light Sketch #5’), Invitational exhibition, Stockholm, Sweden.
1985 Hallways and Gymnasium Windows, St. Alcuin Montessori School, Dallas,TX.
1984 Ludwig Schaffrath Retrospective, Alsdorf and Munich, (West) Germany.
1984 ‘Lightsketch #4’, acquired by The Boy Scouts of America National Service Center, Irving, TX.
1984 New Glass Review 5 (catalog pdf; page 22), international survey of “flat” and “hot” glass art, Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY
1984 Ellis II Maximum Security Prison Chapel, Huntsville, TX.
1984 Old Red (Dallas County) Courthouse, restoration/conservation of 2 “lunettes” dating circa 1892.
1983 Pescomania (‘Lightsketch #1: Fish Window’, ‘Train of Thought’ and others), Matrix Gallery of Glass, Austin, TX
1982 Glass Directions, University of Colorado (‘Train of Thought’, and others), Boulder, CO.
1981 TFAA National Exhibition (‘Urgent Plea to James Watt’ and others), Laguna Gloria Museum, Austin, TX.
1980 Winfield’s ‘08 Restaurant, Fort Worth, TX.
1980 Fragile Art ‘80, Portcon Glass Conference, (‘Dialogue’), Palo Alto, CA.
1979 Museum of Fine Arts, Florida State University, (‘The Road Not Taken’, and others), Tallahassee, FL
1978 Southeast Arkansas Arts and Science Center, One Man Show (LSU Work), Pine Bluff, AR
1977 31st Annual Louisiana State Art Exhibition, (‘Self Portrait’), Baton Rouge, LA