Lecture at the Crow Collection of Asian Art

crow collection logoOn Thursday, March 12th, Jensen gave a lecture at the Trammell Crow Collection of Asian Art, a museum dedicated to the arts and cultures of China, Japan, India and Southeast Asia, located in downtown Dallas.
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Lecture at Bangkok National Museum

web site thumbnail museum lectureOn Thursday, October 30th, Jensen gave a lecture on the Wat Chong Klang Project at the Bangkok National Museum. Many thanks to the NMV for hosting the presentation.

Ceremony at Wat Chong Klang

Ceremony for wat chong klangOn November 4th, 2013, a ceremony held at Wat Chong Klang, to bless and celebrate the delivery of the first group of Jensen’s paintings, was attended by friends and local dignitaries.

James H.W. Thompson Foundation Grant

jim thompson logoThe James H.W. Thompson Foundation in Bangkok, committed to the preservation and conservation of Thailand’s cultural heritage, has awarded Jensen a grant to support the Wat Chong Klang Project.  The Foundation is under the Royal Patronage of Her Royal Highness Princess Chakri Sirindhorn.

Thank You to Wat Chong Klang Project Contributors

Jensen Thai Glass Paintings KickstarterMany thanks to the generous contributors to The Wat Chong Klang Project, Jensen’s project replacing 19th-century Burmese glass paintings, destroyed in an earthquake, in a Buddhist temple in Mae Hong Son, Thailand.

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Wat Chong Klang Project Kickstarter

Judy Jensen Kickstarter 2013April 7th – May 6th

Pledge awards included patches embroidered with the Wat Chong Klang Project logo, inclusion in private catered VIP party, paintings on glass, and an all-inclusive guided tour in Mae Hong Son, Thailand. FUNDED AT 118% on May 7, with late pledges still coming in, months later….thank you!

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Wat Chong Klang Project

Jensen Thai Glass Paintings KickstarterJensen is currently working on a project replacing Burmese glass paintings, destroyed in an earthquake, in an early 19th-century Buddhist temple in Thailand. The temple’s collection of 180 glass paintings depict the life and incarnations of the Buddha. The first 8 paintings will be delivered and installed in November 2013.