ImagineItInGlass

Imagine It In Glass

Port Saint Lucie, Florida 718 Sales On Etsy since 2009

5 out of 5 stars (219)

ImagineItInGlass

Imagine It In Glass

Port Saint Lucie, Florida | 718 Sales

Patricia Kuhn

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Patricia Kuhn

Announcement    Thanks for visiting my shop. I've been a glass artist for 25+ years. Etsy listings are just a fraction of the things I've created, ranging from wall art and dimensional pieces to large bowls, dishes, tabletop and wall art, pet portraits and jewelry.

I'm dabbling in mosaic glass art, mixed media and art resin... you'll see some of those items here, too.

I work with Italian glass and love to use millefiore. These slices of hand-blown glass rods have been made in Murano Venice for centuries and have delightful internal designs of flowers, hearts, stars, cogs and bullseyes. I sell slices of Italian and American-made millefiore and murrini to other glass artists as well.

I'm thrilled to have made my 700th sale on etsy---thank you glass lovers and friends!

Announcement

Last updated on Jul 16, 2019

Thanks for visiting my shop. I've been a glass artist for 25+ years. Etsy listings are just a fraction of the things I've created, ranging from wall art and dimensional pieces to large bowls, dishes, tabletop and wall art, pet portraits and jewelry.

I'm dabbling in mosaic glass art, mixed media and art resin... you'll see some of those items here, too.

I work with Italian glass and love to use millefiore. These slices of hand-blown glass rods have been made in Murano Venice for centuries and have delightful internal designs of flowers, hearts, stars, cogs and bullseyes. I sell slices of Italian and American-made millefiore and murrini to other glass artists as well.

I'm thrilled to have made my 700th sale on etsy---thank you glass lovers and friends!

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About

Fun and functional glass, handmade and kiln-formed.

Fusible glass comes in so many forms: sheet glass, pulverized and powdered, rods, stringer and 'noodles'. Fusing refers to creating an object with multiple layers or elements of glass, a design unique to the artist. After it is cut and assembled, it is fired in a kiln for 8 - 16 hours at temps up to 1600F. Glass can be further manipulated by 'bending', polishing, casting, sandblasting, slumping or fusing it multiple times. Each piece you see here is one of a kind and handmade by me.

My etsy shop has a range of items including:

(small): jewelry, candle holders, night lights, and holiday ornaments.

(large): wall art, tabletop art, bowls, dishes, mixed media art, and custom work.

Most of my pieces follow an ocean, beach or sea life theme.

I use top of the line American glass from Bullseye, Spectrum, Uroboros, Wasser and several dichroic glass makers. I also use Italian (Murano) sheet glass and millefiore.

Thanks for looking and feel free to ask questions.

Shop members

  • Patricia Kuhn

    Owner, Creator

Shop policies

Last updated on March 26, 2019
Thanks for looking in on my store. If you want a variation of something you see listed or multiple of an item, let me know. If I can do it, I'll be happy to. I've satisfied lots of special requests over the years.

Accepted payment methods

Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Returns and exchanges
I gladly accept returns and exchanges
Contact me within: 7 days of delivery
Ship items back within: 14 days of delivery
I don't accept cancellations
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
The following items can't be returned or exchanged
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
  • Custom or personalized orders
Returns and exchange details
I strive for 100% customer satisfaction. If you are not completely satisfied with your glass art and want to return it within 7 days of receiving it, I will refund your purchase price, less postage, if the glass is returned in original condition, with delivery confirmation to me in the original box. No worries.
Payment
Through Direct Checkout, I accept most major credit cards, ApplePay and Paypal.
Shipping
I ship within 2 days of payment, unless it is a custom order. In that case, we will agree on the timeframe at the time the order is paid for. Within the US, I generally use USPS first class with delivery confirmation and tracking for packages weighing 13 oz or less and Priority Mail for things weighing more. If you prefer UPS or FedEx, I can do that and recalculate shipping fees for you.

Postal insurance is recommended but optional for packages under 13 oz if art glass is the purchase. I pack with great care and use good packaging, foam peanuts and bubble wrap. If you forego insurance, loss or damage is your risk.