Debbie Luttrull, B.S.
Adjunct Professor of Art
Debbie Luttrull first came to Indiana Wesleyan University as a student in 1974. She graduated in 1978, with a Bachelor’s of Science degree and credentialed to teach Social Studies at the High School level.
Debbie married Jim Luttrull and together they raised three boys, all of whom graduated from Indiana Wesleyan University.
While living in Indianapolis, Debbie became interested in the art and fabrication of stained glass windows. She took numerous classes at Fox Studios, a premier stained glass studio. In these classes, Debbie learned the craft of fabricating glass panels in the traditional lead approach and building tiffany-styled lampshades, using the copper-foil technique.
Additional glass classes and opportunities:
2003 - San Deigo, California. A concentrated intensive study of painting on glass with master glass painter, Marie Anne Tatina, OSB.
2004 - Ender’s Island, Mystic, Connecticut. Painting on glass with master painter and stained glass artist, Nicolas Parrendo.
2005 - Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. Spent five weeks studying and cataloging stained glass windows in Scottish churches, under the auspices of the Artistic Matters Committee, Church of Scotland.
2009 - 2010 - Collaborated with Rod Crossman in the design and fabrication of the stained glass windows - dalle de verre style - for the Chapel Auditorium, IWU Campus.
2002 to Present - Adjunct professor of stained glass, at Indiana Wesleyan University.
BS, Indiana Wesleyan University