EscapeArtGlass

E-Scape Art Glass by James A Veenstra, all originals!

Michigan, United States · 6 Sales

EscapeArtGlass

E-Scape Art Glass by James A Veenstra, all originals!

Michigan, United States 6 Sales On Etsy since 2011

5 out of 5 stars
(2)

Announcement   Welcome to my shop! I offer original and custom art glass pieces using sandblasting and my own molton copper overlay technique. If you need custom work, contact me!

Website: http://www.eaglass.com

Announcement
Last updated on Mar 30, 2016

Welcome to my shop! I offer original and custom art glass pieces using sandblasting and my own molton copper overlay technique. If you need custom work, contact me!

Website: http://www.eaglass.com

Jim Veenstra

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Jim Veenstra

Pines (double mat)
US$279.00
Pines (1 piece glass)
US$169.00
Ferns
US$169.00
Ferns
US$169.00
Pines (1 piece glass)
US$169.00
Big Pine
US$169.00
Stained Glass Copper Overlay -Wild Places
US$289.00
The Hatch (2 pieces glass)
US$389.00
The Hatch (2 pieces glass)
US$249.00
The Hatch (2 pieces glass)
US$249.00
The Hatch (1 piece glass)
US$189.00
Snack Time 5x7
US$189.00
Snack Time
US$289.00
Sailing- Copper and Glass - Lighthous Cruise
US$179.00
Fishermen - Copper and Glass - Fish On!
US$179.00
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Reviews

Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(2)
Nikki Benjamin

Nikki Benjamin on Oct 29, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

Absolutely beautiful! Can't wait to give it to my mum for Christmas!

Anonymous on Jan 16, 2013

5 out of 5 stars

I purchased this as a Christmas gift for my husband! What a beautiful piece of art! Jim communicated with me and shared pictures as he created the piece. He was even able to personalize it for John! John loved it from the moment he opened the gift! Thank Jim for sharing your talent and for making this such a special gift!

Updates

Fish On! Molton copper on glass by James Veenstra.

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Fishermen - Copper and Glass - Fish On!
US$179.00

About

E-scape Art Glass is the result of James Veenstra's creative escapes into the landscapes of nature.

ABOUT E-SCAPE ART GLASS
James Veenstra established E-scape Art Glass back in 1986 as a creative outlet for his artistic talents and to express his love and knowledge of the natural beauty of God's creation.

E-scape Art Glass by James A. Veenstra is inspired from two primary sources: the natural beauty of God’s unspoiled creation; and escape into the intrinsic beauty of nature’s landscapes, ecology, and environment, (i.e. E-scapes).

Exploring the natural wonders of the earth, observing and interacting with her wildlife, and capturing some of her essence in my art and renditions give meaning and purpose to E-scape Art Glass. Living in the beautiful environs such as the mountains of Sheridan, Wyoming, and Northern Michigan have offered great blessings in these respects, and continue to be a source of inspiration.

“My help comes from the Lord, who made the heavens and the earth.” Psalm 121: 2

ABOUT JAMES A. VEENSTRA
James Veenstra is a Michigan native, currently living on a small ranch in Northern Michigan, just northwest of Manton. Veenstra has lived in the Rocky Mountains west of Fort Collins, Colorado and Sheridan, Wyoming for a good part of his adult life. Consequently, his art glass work reflects the inherent beauty of God’s unspoiled creation in both western and mid-western settings.

Veenstra has formal training in both the Arts and Sciences. He obtained his Bachelor of Science Degree from Grand Valley State University (GVSU) in Environmental Sciences, and his Master of Science degree from Colorado State University in Resource Planning/Hydrology. Veenstra also obtained an art minor at GVSU and has participated in selective art glass seminars and classes.

Veenstra has worked in the environmental field for over 38 years and has contributed to the delineation and/or clean up of hundreds of contaminated soil and groundwater sites. He has always been an avid horseman, outdoors enthusiast and sportsman, involved in hunting, fishing, outdoor photography, and wilderness backpacking, canoeing, kayaking and skiing adventures. His prolonged duration in Wyoming infected his attitude and philosophy with what is desirably Western. It is this unique blend of art, science, and the vast experience base of the natural world that Veenstra has been privileged with, which forms his particular style and art work.

Veenstra is an active member in a number of resource conservation and wildlife groups including the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Pheasants Forever, Trout Unlimited, Ducks Unlimited, and the American Paint Horse Association. Veenstra manages the family “ranch” for wildlife habitat and is currently participating in the National Wildlife Partners Program, and the Wildlife Habitat Incentives Program. Through these programs, old pastures and hayfields are being reclaimed to ponded wetlands and wooded habitat and movement corridors.

Veenstra’s family consists of his wife Maggie, son Jesse, daughter and fellow artist BreeAnn (www.breeannveenstra.com), yellow lab Bailey, and two horses Flurry & Montana (Tanna).

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  • Jim Veenstra

    Owner, Artist

    Jim is educated in both the Arts and Environmental Sciences and has a broad and diverse interest in all things Outdoors and the Natural World. Consequently, his art work reflects the inherent beauty he sees in Creation

  • Maggie Veenstra

    Logistics Travel Coordinator, Art Tent Setup.

    Educator and Adventurer.

Shop policies

Last updated on March 30, 2016
I complete my original artwork in glass utilizing a variety of techniques. Although I use traditional stained glass techniques similar to Tiffany, I more commonly create dynamic three-dimensional etched glass scenes using a variety of sand blasting techniques which I have become accomplished in over the last 25 years.

Another unique art glass niche that I occupy utilizes a technique I developed and refer to as ”Copper Overlay” (sculpted copper overlain on stained glass).

The common theme threaded throughout my artwork is that of nature, wildlife, landscapes, and outdoor activities.

I offer original artwork for sale as well as welcoming commissions. If you have any questions or are interested in a custom piece, please contact me.

Accepted payment methods

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Payment
I accept Paypal and under some circumstances, personal checks.

Custom pieces and projects require a 50% deposit to become active. The remaining balance is due at time of completion. There are exceptions for large custom orders ($1500+). Please contact me if you are unsure or have payment questions.
Shipping
Pieces will be packed with extreme care using a combination of cardboard sheathing, packing peanuts, bubble wrap and twisted paper. On larger panels, double boxing is usually used. All packages are insured. SHIPPING PRICE MAY VARY DEPENDING ON SIZE OF CUSTOM WORK.

I use UPS or FedEx ground service for all pieces. Other expedited shipping or shippers can be used upon request. For shipping outside of contiguous USA please message me for a quote. Variable upon location.
Refunds and Exchanges
Due to the nature of the artwork, I will not provide refunds. If you are unsatisfied with your purchase in any way, please contact me and we can discuss a solution.
Additional policies and FAQs
I offer custom glass pieces for shower doors, glass cabinets, fireplace doors, windows, and other commercial and residential applications. If you have a project in mind, please contact me and I'd be happy to discuss it with you.

Made to order pieces usually take 3-8 weeks depending on my backlog. I can give you a better idea of time if you contact me when you are considering ordering. We could then also discuss other details you may be interested in. For shipping outside of contiguous USA please message me for a quote. Variable upon location. SHIPPING PRICE MAY VARY DEPENDING ON SIZE OF CUSTOM WORK.