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Jenny Wells, Founder of Sweet Lomy Art
Jenny and her daughter Paloma, also known as Lomy Lu Lu

Hi There,

I'm Jenny Wells,

a down to earth southern gal from Virginia who loves helping others become inspired.

My career began as a special ed teacher but my passion for art led me to throw out the grade books and put on my artist's beret. Since 2001 I've been teaching glass art and ceramics to artists of all ages throughout Oregon. My favorite art mediums include glass fusing, mosaics, ceramics, and silver-smithing. When I'm not in my studio, you'll find me hanging with my family and friends, gardening, belting out lively songs or whipping up something yummy in the kitchen.

Come on over and take a class or two with me! I would love to meet you!

If you are curious, my studio is named after my daughter Paloma who is lovingly called Lomy Lu Lu. Her brother Oliver wasn't yet born when my busines came to be, but Paloma means dove in Spanish and Oliver comes from the Olive branch, thus my logo which has a dove on an olive branch.


"My kids had such a great time in Jenny's classes that I had to take one for myself! I had a blast too and Jenny was a fabulous instructor!"

-Samantha J.

Child working in the studio

"Simon told me on the way to school today that he wished he could take fused glass class everyday! You really made an impression on him! He has all kinds of questions about what glass is made of and how hot it has to be to melt. We will be signing up for your next class at Laurelhurst!"

-Amanda S.


"Thank you so much for offering these classes. They are so much fun and a wonderful experience. We really appreciate them."

Mallory H.

Wells Family

Here I am with my sweet family. 

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