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Insitu is Suzanne DeVicaris, a native Philadelphian presently residing in Bucks County.
Raised by an interior designer mother with stockpiles of shelter magazines, Insitu grew to love and admire the decorative arts in all their maximal forms. Insitu loves images and has spent years compiling a vast image library of guilty pleasures via clippings and presently Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/insitu/ My art is inspired by visual culture.

My decoupage trays are hand-slumped and "tempered" glass which makes them super strong.
I do not place felt on the bottoms of my decoupage trays to leave food presentation as an option (all my glass items can be carefully handwashed)

As far as shipping goes, I use priority mail boxes (not padded envelopes) through the United States Postal Service
I am a careful wrapper with lots of bubble wrap on…

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  • Female
  • Born on April 1
  • Joined October 4, 2007

Favorite materials

engravings, moss, bird, mushroom, flower, portrait, map, miniatures, embroidery, starmaps, butterflies

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About

Insitu is Suzanne DeVicaris, a native Philadelphian presently residing in Bucks County.
Raised by an interior designer mother with stockpiles of shelter magazines, Insitu grew to love and admire the decorative arts in all their maximal forms. Insitu loves images and has spent years compiling a vast image library of guilty pleasures via clippings and presently Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/insitu/ My art is inspired by visual culture.

My decoupage trays are hand-slumped and "tempered" glass which makes them super strong.
I do not place felt on the bottoms of my decoupage trays to leave food presentation as an option (all my glass items can be carefully handwashed)

As far as shipping goes, I use priority mail boxes (not padded envelopes) through the United States Postal Service
I am a careful wrapper with lots of bubble wrap on hand.

You can convo me with any questions as well as inquiries about custom work.
Decoupage under glass can be created from any images that can be color copied so the sky is the limit. Don't hesitate, I love commissions!

Lastly, I buy my glass blanks from an American glass foundry that is almost 90 years old.
Since I believe in sharing, here is a link to Behrenberg Glass Company, EST 1923:
http://www.behrenbergglass.com/clear-glass-decoupage-plates/




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