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Past Commissions

Want Me to Create Your own Vision?

Dreamin' of creating a glass masterpiece that's as unique as you are? Don't just window shop, and watch as colors dance and shadows play across the screen. Let's collaborate on a piece that will leave you saying, 'Oh, WOW!'

It's easier (and way more fun) than you think -  I’ll guide you through the entire creative process.  Your artwork will be perfect for gifting or keeping for yourself
(I won't judge!)."
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Q: What is commissioned glass art? A: Commissioned glass art is a custom-made piece of artwork created by a glass artist according to a client's specifications and preferences.

Q: How does the commissioning process work? A: The process typically begins with a consultation between the client and the glass artist, during which the artist will gather information about the client's preferences, budget, and any other details that may be relevant to the project. From there, the artist will create a design proposal and present it to the client for review and approval. Once the design is finalized, the artist will begin working on the piece, which can take anywhere from a few weeks to several months depending on the complexity of the project.

Q: What types of glass art can be commissioned? A: Virtually any type of glass art can be commissioned, from jewelry to wall art and tableware, among others. The only limitations are the client's imagination and budget.

Q: Is it possible to turn a photograph into glass art? A: Whether a photograph can be recreated in glass art depends on its complexity. Simple images are easier to translate into glass art. However, to use a copyrighted image or artwork, you must either own the copyright or have written permission from the artist to create something similar.

Q: Can you create pieces featuring popular characters? A: While I can help you create a custom fan art image inspired by a character, I cannot make an exact copy of a copyrighted character due to legal restrictions on copyright infringement.

Q: How much does commissioned glass art cost? A: The cost of commissioned glass art varies widely depending on the size, complexity, and materials used. Generally speaking, larger and more complex pieces will cost more than smaller and simpler ones. It's important to discuss pricing upfront with the glass artist to ensure that the project stays within the client's budget.

Q: What factors should I consider when choosing a glass artist for a commission? A: When choosing a glass artist for a commission, it's important to consider their experience, skill level, and style. Look at their portfolio to get a sense of their work, and read reviews or ask for references from past clients. It's also a good idea to ask about their process and timeline to ensure that their approach aligns with your needs and expectations.

Q: How long does it take to create a commissioned glass art piece? A: The timeline for creating a commissioned glass art piece can vary depending on the complexity of the project. Some pieces may take only a few weeks to complete, while others may take several months or more. It's important to discuss the timeline upfront with the glass artist to ensure that it aligns with the client's needs and expectations.

Q: How do I care for a commissioned glass art piece? A: The care instructions for a commissioned glass art piece will depend on the specific piece and materials used. In general, it's important to handle the piece with care, avoid exposing it to extreme temperatures or direct sunlight, and clean it with a soft, lint-free cloth and mild glass cleaner as needed. The glass artist may provide more specific care instructions based on the piece's design and materials.

Q: Can I make changes to the design once it's been finalized? A: Depending on the stage of the project, it may be possible to make changes to the design. However, it's important to communicate any desired changes as early as possible to avoid delays or additional costs. The glass artist may need to create a new design proposal and revise the timeline and cost estimate accordingly.

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