Glass Wind Chimes, Rainbows, and Science

Florence, Oregon · 1538 Sales


Glass Wind Chimes, Rainbows, and Science

Florence, Oregon 1538 Sales On Etsy since 2007

5 out of 5 stars

Shop owner

Mark Kemp


Announcement   AzureFire presents glass art with rainbows and more in wind chimes, jewelry, science suncatchers, LGBT items, and Oregon driftwood.


Last updated on May 19, 2016

AzureFire presents glass art with rainbows and more in wind chimes, jewelry, science suncatchers, LGBT items, and Oregon driftwood.

Mark Kemp

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Mark Kemp

PEACE Wind Chime Ceramic and Driftwood
Candle Wind Chime, Glass Windchime, Winter Chime
Ansuz Rune Pendant, Green Glass Rune Necklace
Ansuz Rune Pendant, Rune Necklace, Purple Glass
Pocket Rainbow Glass Unworry Stone 7 Color
Glass Rainbow Suncatcher, Rainbow Arc
Glass Rainbow Rock Wishing Stone
Glass Rainbow Wishing Rock Natural Shape
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From Shows to Etsy

I sold my glass at shows, markets, and festivals for many years. Then in 2007 my new love introduced me to Etsy. She, and I, and Etsy have done well in the years since. While there are some good things about selling in person, I love having customers all over the world.

My art started out with the written word. While I had a degree of success writing fiction, I came to see that my approach was very visual, and realized that I needed to work in a visual medium. I have tried many, but after a friend showed me the basics of stained glass, glass became the main focus of my work. For me, working with glass is like working with light, which is why I work mostly with transparent glass. But I like too many materials, such as wood, metals, and things I pick up in the forest and on the beach, to stick strictly to glass, so I combine it with other things when possible.

Over the past few years, I've found that my best sellers on Etsy are rainbows and wind chimes, so the shop has become heavily oriented toward those. A more recent addition is the Science and Medicine section, reflecting my lifelong amateur interest in science and health.


Shop members

  • Mark Kemp

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Imaginator

    I've been a self-employed artist for twenty-two years, working mostly in glass. I live in Oregon in the U.S. Pacific Northwest. My art often revolves around nature and spirit, and humor when possible.

Shop policies

Last updated on July 21, 2016
The personal interaction between maker/seller and buyer are what make Etsy so different from other "stores". It is more like the experience when selling/buying at shows and festivals. So please feel free to "convo" me with questions or whatever.

Accepted payment methods

  • Pay with Visa
  • Pay with Master Card
  • Pay with American Express
  • Pay with Discover
  • Pay with PayPal
  • Buy with Apple Pay
  • Pay with Sofort
  • Pay with iDeal
  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
I accept Paypal and Etsy Direct Checkout. You should make payment when placing your order. When paying with a Credit or Debit Card, you may pay right on Etsy using Etsy Direct Checkout, or go to Paypal (whether or not you have a Paypal account.). When paying from your Paypal account, you will be redirected to Paypal as usual. For custom orders, I will create a reserved listing for you, and request payment be made prior to creating the piece.
***If you order more than one item, the shipping for additional items in most cases is much less. Etsy is now only showing the combined total shipping charge after you put the items in your cart.***

+++If you are ordering from the UK, please read "Additional Policies and FAQs" below.+++

I ship USPS, either First Class or Priority Mail, depending on the item. The shipping cost approximates actual shipping charges, plus a small amount to offset packaging costs, and insurance. I try to break even on shipping overall, and not make a profit on it. Most of the time I ship within one or two business days, but sometimes circumstances might make it take a bit longer -- if there is going to be much of a delay, I will let you know. If you would like your order sent to a different address than your own, please temporarily change your ship-to address.
Refunds and Exchanges
No returns or exchanges without prior approval -- please contact me no more than three days after delivery of the item. Custom orders are non-returnable and non-refundable. Exceptions are solely at my discretion. In the cases of a defective item, I will replace or refund, depending on what seems best to me. Other refunds will be at my discretion, and will not include shipping charges. The buyer will be responsible for return postage for non-defective items. I want you to be happy with your purchase, so if there is any problem, please contact me so that we can discuss it. For legal reasons I need to be clear here, but I try to treat others as I would wish to be treated.
Additional policies and FAQs
For orders from outside the United States: I can't know the regulations of all countries, so it needs to be your responsibility to know if an item is acceptable for import into your country. Remember, too, that you are responsible for any customs duty or taxes your country may choose to impose. The UK may charge VAT and a £8 post office charge on orders over £15, and they seem to be checking more packages. I welcome your business, but I don't want you unhappily surprised by unexpected charges. Canadians should also be aware of possible VAT and other charges.

I generally ship to addresses outside the United States using USPS International First Class Mail. If you prefer something be mailed by International Priority Mail (which costs considerably more), please contact me.

More information

Last updated on Jul 21, 2016
Frequently asked questions


I work in a non-smoking house with cats. If you have other allergy or chemical-sensitivity issues please contact me through Etsy's Conversation system.

Can I hear your Wind Chimes?

You can hear the sound of a representative sample of my wind chimes on my blog at:

Are Your Wind Chimes Durable?

People are naturally curious about the durability of glass in wind. I take extra care with the glass pieces to keep them strong. I have had them out in heavy winds on the Oregon Coast without breakage, and I've gotten no reports over the years of any problem. Of course, glass can break, so I recommend taking them down during high winds. Be sure to hang them securely so they cannot fall of the hook they are hung on, and place them so they won't bang into any hard surfaces, and don't drop them.

Sending as a Gift?

If you would like your order sent to a different address than your own, please temporarily change your ship-to address. Otherwise if I need to change the address, there could be additional charges, because shipping is calculated based on location. I am happy to enclose a gift card: just let me know what you would like written on it. I enclose a packing slip with each order which does not include prices.