Deenie Pacik Giuliano was introduced to glass twenty years
ago while working on abstract paintings after receiving her
Bachelor in Arts from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
After studying glass at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts
in Boston, Pacik enrolled in several glass internships in the
New England area, then continued her studies at Pilchuck
Glass School. She received her Masters in Fine Arts from the
Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University, and attended
Pilchuck Glass School again with a scholarship.

Deenie Pacik Giuliano now lives in Rhode Island creating
stained glass windows, modern fused glass, and original
architectural glass art. She received the Rhode Island State
Council on the Arts Professional Artist Development Grant. Her
commissions include stained glass windows, etched doors, an
18-inch by 22-inch fused glass window, and an etched
crossword tray made of fused glass. She exhibits in galleries
and juried shows, including the Fuller Craft Museum and the
Danforth Craft Show of the Danforth Museum of Art. She has
taught stained glass at Franklin Pierce University, as well as
fused glass and studio art at the Fuller Craft Museum, Diablo
Glass School, Rhode Island School of Design Continuing Ed,
and the Boston Architectural College.

She received the Museum of Fine Arts Enterprise Design
award and the Dorothy Maddy Scholarship from the Stained
Glass Association of America.