SM Ann Therese Kelly is the past chair of the Art and Music department as well as an Associate Professor of Fine Art at Felician College where she is now an adjunct/online instructor. Although she majored in Printmaking at the Rochester Institute of Technology (MFA), her specialty is stained glass. She designs and constructs windows for churches, chapels, retreat houses, and residences. She includes fusion and painting in her work.
At Felician College from 2000-2010, Sister Kelly's Stained Glass class was her main class, which is still offered through an adjunct that she specially trained. Sister Kelly taught classes abroad in Art History and Drawing and Painting in Italy, Alaska, Ireland, Spain, France, and Sicily. She has also visited and painted such exotic sites as Egypt, the Grand Canyon, Santa Fe, Mesa Verdi, San Diego, and the Shenandoah Valley.
She has illustrated the cover on three published books as well as publications such as the poster for the Week of Christian Unity for 2009 for all of North America.
Sister Ann Therese Kelly now lives in Western New York where she runs Illumination Stained Glass Studio, working on multiple architectural glass commissions. She is an adjunct professor at Villa Maria College in fused and leaded glass for the Interior Design department. She also continues as an online professor for Felician College. She occasionally gives retreats in Art and Spirituality.