BlueFoxGlass

FUNctional and whimsical fused glass art

Beaverton, Oregon · 92 Sales

BlueFoxGlass

FUNctional and whimsical fused glass art

Beaverton, Oregon 92 Sales On Etsy since 2015

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Kandyse

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All of my items are created with care in my home studio in Beaverton, OR. I use high quality art glass manufactured in Portland, OR. Most of the glass I use is from a limited production run so it's not often I can purchase a similar sheet. Please don't hesitate to contact me with any questions.

Enjoy looking through my shop. Don't be shy about sending me a message if you have any questions or need something in a different color. Enjoy!

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Last updated on Dec 11, 2017

Welcome!

All of my items are created with care in my home studio in Beaverton, OR. I use high quality art glass manufactured in Portland, OR. Most of the glass I use is from a limited production run so it's not often I can purchase a similar sheet. Please don't hesitate to contact me with any questions.

Enjoy looking through my shop. Don't be shy about sending me a message if you have any questions or need something in a different color. Enjoy!

Kandyse

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Kandyse

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This 9" beauty was just listed on my Etsy site. Approximately 280 pieces of clear and blue glass - all cut by hand! Not the right color? Let's talk!
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About

FUNctional and whimsical fused glass art

My fascination with glass began in the early 90s when a coworker showed me a stained glass panel she had made. I signed up for a class the very next week.

I purchased my first glass kiln in the fall of 2009 and since then have enjoyed sharing my work in various art shows, festivals, and retail locations. Largely self-taught via books, videos, experimentation, and “happy accidents”, I draw inspiration from looking around at everyday objects and the world around me.

Growing up we always had a jigsaw puzzle in progress, which explains why I do a lot of mosaic style pieces. There is a sense of satisfaction when I complete a dish and all of the pieces have fit together nicely. Sometimes, I incorporate different metals and other organic materials to create a particular look. Other times, I will adjust the temperature and/or hold time in the kiln to achieve my desired texture and look for a particular dish.

All the glass I use is manufactured in Portland, OR. I am very fortunate to live nearby so I can hand select each sheet of glass. Most of the sheets I purchase are limited edition production runs and because no two sheets of glass are exactly the same, all my items are unique.

Check out my quilled paper art at www.ReadyAndQuillingArt.etsy.com.

Shop members

  • Kandyse

    Owner

    I love texture! I love being able to feel the different pieces of glass. Multiple layers of glass add uniqueness and depth to my pieces.

Shop policies

Last updated on November 27, 2017
Welcome to my shop.

My fascination with glass began in the early 90s when a coworker showed me a stained glass panel she had made. I signed up for a class the very next week.

I purchased my first glass kiln in the fall of 2009 and since then have enjoyed sharing my work in various art shows, festivals, and retail locations. Largely self-taught via books, videos, experimentation, and “happy accidents”, I draw inspiration from looking around at everyday objects and the world around me.

Growing up we always had a jigsaw puzzle in progress, which explains why I do a lot of mosaic style pieces. There is a sense of satisfaction when I complete a dish and all of the pieces have fit together nicely. Sometimes, I incorporate different metals and other organic materials to create a particular look. Other times, I will adjust the temperature and/or hold time in the kiln to achieve my desired texture and look for a particular dish.

All the glass I use is manufactured in Portland, OR. I am very fortunate to live nearby so I can hand select each sheet of glass. Most of the sheets I purchase are limited edition production runs and because no two sheets of glass are exactly the same, all my items are unique.

I hope you enjoy my shop!

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Instagram: www.instagram/BlueFoxGlass

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Returns and exchanges
I don't accept returns, exchanges, or cancellations
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
I do my best to provide accurate photos and descriptions of each piece. Glass can be finicky to photograph and due to differences in computer monitors, the color of the actual item may vary from what you see on the listing. Please don’t hesitate to contact me prior to purchasing with any questions you have or if you would like to see additional photos.

A refund will only be given if an item is defective. If your item arrives damaged, please email photos to me within three days showing the condition of the packaging and the item itself.

EU residents may return an item within 14 days of receipt of item(s).
Payment
Payment is expected within three days of purchase. Items will not be shipped until payment has been received. No cancellations will be accepted after payment has been received.
Shipping
All orders are shipped within three business days after payment is received, unless otherwise noted in the listing or in my store announcement. I will let you know if I am unable to meet this timeline.

Because I believe in recycling as much as I can, I re-use boxes and packing materials whenever possible. Rest assured, though, that I take great care in packaging your items to arrive safely.

International orders may be subject to additional duties, taxes, and/or customs fees. These fees are the responsibility of the buyer.
Additional policies and FAQs
Most of the sheets I purchase are limited edition production runs and because no two sheets of glass are exactly the same, no two items are the same.

Wholesale Inquiries: If you are interested in purchasing items for resale for your shop, studio, gallery, or store, please send me an email.

More information

Last updated on Jan 25, 2017
Frequently asked questions

How will my item(s) be packaged?

Rest assured that I take great care in packaging your items to arrive safely. Because I believe in recycling as much as I can, I re-use boxes and packing materials whenever possible. This saves you money as you only pay actual costs for postage and packaging.

Will I receive the actual item(s) pictured?

The glass art I use is handmade and therefore each sheet of glass has unique streaks and natural variations. I also cut each piece by hand so no individual piece of glass is exactly the same. The photos shown are similar to what you will receive.

I do my best to provide accurate photos and descriptions of each piece. Glass can be finicky to photograph and due to differences in computer monitors, the color of the actual item may vary from what you see on the listing. Please don’t hesitate to contact me prior to purchasing with any questions you have or if you would like to see the exact items currently in stock.