JubilantGlass

Nature inspired glass jewelry, art prints, and apparel.

Portland, Oregon · 83 Sales

JubilantGlass

Nature inspired glass jewelry, art prints, and apparel.

Portland, Oregon 83 Sales On Etsy since 2010

5 out of 5 stars
(24)

Announcement   We offer high quality gifts, one of a kind designs, and special objects to brighten your world. Nature inspired jewelry and objects d'arte to delight your soul. We carefully construct tiny worlds in our glass, which is photographed to create our ready to hang art and apparel. Warm and enticing art prints for contemplation and positive energy. Perfect for healing spaces, professional offices and your home.

Announcement

Last updated on Dec 21, 2016

We offer high quality gifts, one of a kind designs, and special objects to brighten your world. Nature inspired jewelry and objects d'arte to delight your soul. We carefully construct tiny worlds in our glass, which is photographed to create our ready to hang art and apparel. Warm and enticing art prints for contemplation and positive energy. Perfect for healing spaces, professional offices and your home.

Deenie and Daniel Wallace

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Deenie and Daniel Wallace

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Reviews

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5 out of 5 stars
(24)
ashleyiliades

ashleyiliades on Dec 31, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

i bought this as a christmas gift for my friend. it came pretty quickly, included a handwritten note, and was all wrapped up in tissue paper! she just opened it and absolutely loved it!! these pendants are beautiful and i would recommend Deenie's glass and art to anyone!!

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Updates

A glimpse at the making of a new mini dome pendant. Wonderful depth and movement in this one.
Deep mahogany red leaves are detailed over golden yellow branches. This lampwork glass Tree of Life necklace is revealing its true colors in the direct sunlight.
Art glass Seahorse in its natural habitat at the beach. Available finished on satin or sterling silver necklace. Sand and surf not included.
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About

About the artists of Jubilant Glass & Art

Inspired by the studio glass movement of the Pacific Northwest, Deenie and Daniel Wallace, the artists of JUBILANT Glass & Art began creating their exquisite, hand crafted treasures in 2003. Distinct and engaging, their work is sought for its beauty and individual style. Their striking colors and bold design have become favorites of collectors around the globe. JUBILANT Glass & Art is proud to offer its expressive collection of fine, artisan glass. Formed in fire, each creation is a work of art as individual as its owner. Their shared commitment to fine craftsmanship is evident in their attention to detail and quality of design. As artists, they strive to bring more beauty and joy into the world…To Be JUBILANT.

As co-founder of JUBILANT Glass & Art, Deenie Wallace acts as artist, manager, and promoter of the small art studio. In 2012 she volunteered as a council member with the Etsy sponsored group, I Heart Art PDX, where she helped coordinate promotional networking events for handmade artists. She was awarded a BFA from Pacific Northwest College of Art in 2006 and a professional development grant from the Regional Arts and Culture Council in 2011. Her work has been exhibited regularly in Portland, Oregon where she has been working for over a decade.

Daniel Wallace is co-founder of JUBILANT Glass & Art. His artwork has been displayed locally and collected worldwide. In addition to his fine glass creations and stunning visual art, Daniel is responsible for the studio’s website development, product photography, and graphic design. He also attended The Academy of Art in San Francisco and The Art Institute of Portland where he pursued an interest in computer arts and 3d animation.

Flamework glass employs a tabletop gas torch to produce a steady flame for manipulating glass in its molten state. The glass begins as clear and colored long rods and tube. Crushed and powdered glass known as “frit” is also used for texture and pattern effects. Wielding a variety of shaping tools, the glass artist blows, stretches, twists, mixes, melts, and smashes the flowing mass into its final form. The finished work is kiln annealed, a controlled cooling process which allows the flowing molecules to come to rest in a stable configuration for lasting durability.

Prior to the invention of the modern gas torch, oil and wax lamps were used to sustain the steady flame required for producing glass. Today, flamework generally involves the use of a propane gas and oxygen fuel. The mixture of the gases within the flame help determine the color effects produced by the various metals and minerals within the glass.

Historically, the secrets of the master glass artists were jealously guarded by the states and institutions they were employed under. With the development of modern industry and an explosion in the palette available to the modern artist, a glass renaissance is underway in small studios, shops, and garages around the world. The United States Pacific Northwest has been a hotbed of such experimentation and creativity.

Our shop runs two torches; a Carlisle CC Major Burner and a Carlisle Minor Burner. The glass art we produce all comes from quality, Northstar, Glass Alchemy, Momka, and T.A.G. colors and Simax clear rod and tubing.

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Shop members

  • Deenie Wallace

    Owner, Artist, Designer

    Deenie Wallace acts as artist, manager, and promoter of the studio. In 2012 she volunteered as a council member with the Etsy sponsored group, I Heart Art PDX, where she helped coordinate promotional networking events for handmade artists.

  • Daniel Wallace

    Owner, Artist, Photographer

    Daniel Wallace is co-founder of JUBILANT Glass & Art. In addition to his fine glass creations and stunning visual art, Daniel is responsible for the studio’s website development, product photography, and graphic design.

Production partners

  • A Clothing Manufacturer

    Montreal, QC

    We partner with a clothing manufacturer that pays its employees well and ensures safe working conditions. Our beautiful items on fabric are produced using the best quality materials using eco friendly inks. Safe for children and the environment.

  • A Printer

    Santa Monica, CA

    We want to share our creative vision with the world. Therefore, we have made our Jubilant Art prints and products by teaming up with the industry leaders in art reproduction services. Explore our high quality prints on paper, canvas and metal.

  • A Products Manufacturor

    Santa Monica, CA

    We select the most exciting products from the best manufactures for our lines. Our eye catching designs are made into stunning mobile device covers and houseware items using high quality materials.

Shop policies

Last updated on March 11, 2016
Welcome to Jubilant Glass & Art. We offer colorful and inspiring fine glass gifts, apparel and ready to hang art. Express your joy, Be JUBILANT.

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 and Etsy Credits
Payment
We prefer Paypal.

We also accept personal check, money order or cashiers check.
Please make payable to:

Jubilant Glass & Art
545 SE 27th Ave
Portland, OR 97214

Shipment of items paid via mail will be held until receipt/ clearance of payment.
Shipping
We ship within 3 business days of payment receipt. Shipping is free for most items. We ship via USPS first class mail with tracking. If you wish to purchase insurance please contact us. If for any reason your shipment will be delayed beyond 3 business days we will contact you immediately.
Refunds and Exchanges
We want you to be 100% thrilled with your purchase. If you are unhappy with your GLASS we do accept returns for refund or exchange within 7 days of purchase. If an item is damaged in shipment it will of course be replaced but please be sure to contact us within 3 days of receipt to arrange for return.

Glass is a tricky photographic subject. We do our best to properly portray our work in our listings. However, if your item is not what you were expecting, please feel free to contact us to discuss refund or exchange.

We do charge a $15 re-shelving fee for exchanged items in order to cover Etsy, Paypal, and our shipping costs. Refunds will be sent via PayPal, unless otherwise requested.

For WEARABLE ART items we accept cancellations within 3 hours since purchase was made. Each item is made to order that is why we do not accept returns and refunds unless the item is damaged. if the item is damaged, return must be sent within 7 days of delivery in original, unused condition.

Please keep in mind that every computer monitor displays colors a bit differently, so what you see on the screen might vary a little bit from the prints you receive.

Due to printing on surfaces other than paper, expect the print colors on all scarves and leggings to be slightly different from the original artwork colors or what you see on your monitor.

READY TO HANG ART can be returned within 15 days of the order date for a full refund or exchange. Please note, however, we do not reimburse the outgoing or return shipping charges. The refund will be granted after receipt of the artwork.

If you have any questions, concerns or comments please feel free to contact us. We are happy to assist.
Additional policies and FAQs
Our glass is quite durable, but from time to time we get requests for repairs. We are currently unable to offer repairs at this time. Please contact us if you would like to be notified when they are available again.


***We reserve the right to change or update our terms at any time.***