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  • How should I hang up my stained glass art?
    Great question! Hanging up stained glass art can seem daunting, but with a little bit of guidance, it can be done easily and securely. Here are some tips on how to hang up your stained glass art: Choose the right location: Stained glass art looks best when it's displayed in a spot that receives ample natural light. Select the right hardware: Depending on the size and weight of your stained glass piece, you'll need to choose the appropriate hardware. For lighter pieces, I recommend the 3M command hooks meant for windows. For larger or heavier pieces, consider a hook installed directly into the wall for maximum strength. Admire your beautiful new art piece! With these tips in mind, you'll be able to hang up your stained glass art like a pro. If you're still unsure or have any questions, don't hesitate to reach out to me for additional guidance.
  • Are you open to commissions? If so, what's the process?
    Yes! Please send me a message with the idea you have in mind and we can work together to make it come to life! We'll talk about the design, size, glass colors, and any other specific details you have in mind. Based on our discussion, I'll provide you with a quote for the piece. Once you approve the quote, I'll create a detailed design sketch and provide you with an estimated completion date. During the creation process, I'll keep you updated on the progress of your piece. The cost of a custom stained glass piece depends on several factors, including the size, complexity, and design of the piece. I'll provide you with a detailed quote based on our consultation and design sketch. Lead-time typically takes anywhere from 1-3 weeks.
  • What is the process of making stained glass art?
    The process for making stained glass art involves several steps, including designing the piece, selecting glass, cutting and shaping the glass, assembling the pieces, wrapping each one in foil, soldering, cleaning and polishing. I use a variety of glass types for stained glass art, including opalescent, transparent, and cathedral glass. These types of glass come in a wide range of colors and textures, allowing me to create a unique and vibrant finished piece. To cut the glass pieces, I use a glass cutter to score the glass along the desired shape or line. I then use a pair of pliers to break the glass along the scored line. To shape the glass pieces, I use a grinder to smooth the edges and adjust the shape as needed. To assemble the glass pieces, I use either copper foil or lead came to hold the pieces together. For copper foil, I apply a thin strip of adhesive copper foil to the edges of each glass piece and then solder them together to form the final piece. For lead came, I use a grozing plier to trim and shape the lead came to fit the glass pieces, and then solder them together. It's quite a involved process, however, it's incredibly rewarding to see a piece come to life from a sketch on a piece of paper to holding the completed piece in the sunlight!
  • Do you offer classes or workshops on stained glass art?
    Not at this moment, however, we are currently working on making this happen in the future! I highly recommend checking out Stained Glass Geek's class 101, it is a very thoughtful class that provides you with the tools and a series of videos that walk through each step!
  • Is the stained glass made with lead?
    I use the traditional tiffany method when creating stained glass art which involves the use of 60/40 lead/tin solder. This solder can be harmful if ingested so please handle your stained glass art carefully and wash your hands after handling.
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