About The Artist
Teddie Hathaway’s formal education resulted in an MBA which led to a career in finance administration with the US Congress. After retiring from that specifically left brained career she began her right brain training under the likes of Miriam DiFiore, Susan Taylor Glasgow, Michael Janis, Catharine Newell, Tim Tate, Erwin Timmers .. and the list goes on. She has studied and exhibited in Virginia, Maryland, Washington DC, California, Washington State, Pennsylvania and internationally in Germany.
Teddie specializes in painting and kiln casting float glass and recently added imagery to her work. She prefers to use recycled components in her pieces because she believes the artwork becomes a reference to our shared environment. The result has been a new career turning glass she sometimes removes from old window frames and at other times collects from demolition sites, into things of beauty that speak of form, rhythm, texture and heft.
Before relocating to the San Francisco Bay area she was a studio artist at the Washington Glass Studio in Mt. Rainier, Maryland. She began teaching there in 2011. She has also taught at the Grand Theatre Center for the Arts in Tracy, at the Crucible in Oakland, and at Public Glass and Waldorf High School in San Francisco. Teddie currently works from her studio on a houseboat in Sausalito.