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Amy Di Gregorio

Amy Di Gregorio, Willet Hauser

Amy Di Gregorio,Digital Archivist & Art Librarian

Amy Di Gregorio, has had an interest in art ever since she was young. This passion was fostered while attending Tyler School of Art at Temple University where she majored in Art History with a minor in Theater. Her art history degree and a passion for research led her to Florence, Italy where she completed a Post-Baccalaureate program in Art History with an emphasis in Art Theory and Baroque Art and the Religious Experience. In 2007, shortly after returning from Italy, Amy began working at Willet Hauser Architectural Glass. Since then, she has been responsible for the care, interpretation of and access to the studio’s special collection library which contains a rare assortment of historic materials that date back to the founding of the studio. In addition to her role as collections manager, in which she carefully logs, processes and maintains all artwork submitted by the artists, she works closely with the Director of Art Development, studio consultants and studio staff. One of her favorite roles here is interpreting the artwork for the client and providing detailed research for the artist through the development of iconographies. To date, she has written over two hundred descriptions of artwork for Willet Hauser Architectural Glass. Other responsibilities include conducting research on original stained glass window commissions for the studio, clients and the general public. Additionally, she is often called upon to fill in missing gaps in past clients’ records that relate to their stained glass window commissions. It brings her great joy to find answers to questions that have long gone unanswered, allowing the individuals to view their stained glass windows in a new light altogether.

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