ProSpark Studio

Fredericksburg, Virginia · 114 Sales


ProSpark Studio

Fredericksburg, Virginia 114 Sales On Etsy since 2008

0 out of 5 stars

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Patricia Kane

Patricia Kane on Nov 29, 2013

5 out of 5 stars

Just love this---it looks crisp and winter all rolled in one--snow and greens ---beautiful workmanship- Thanks so much Patricia


ashleymlourenco on Nov 18, 2013

4 out of 5 stars

very pretty bottle. the grapes really are a different and welcomed addition compared to other melted wine bottles. however, there was a slight imperfection in the back of the wine bottle but thats probably to be expected. Amazing product overall!

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ProSpark Studio

ProSpark started out of a drive to create. I came up with the name in the same way drug companies name drugs. I combined "pro" meaning "first" and "spark" like the spark of an idea, or the beginnings of creativity.

I have always enjoyed creating. I find that if things in my life start to get out of sync, it drives my need to create. Even as a child, I found this to be true. If I was bored, I often felt guilty for not taking the opportunity to develop something. I have explored many different types of art over the years from wood carving, acrylics, watercolors, pen and ink, cold glass, warm glass and glass blowing. Of them all, glass blowing is my favorite because it is a perfect mixture of creativity and skill to develop something that can also be functional. It is an expensive hobby, though, and so when I can't get into the glass studio, I paint or find other creative outlets.


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Last updated on December 8, 2013
Welcome and thanks for stopping by. I am a stained glass artist specializing in painted stained glass panels. I use traditional glass stainers paints that are fired on to the surface of the glass at 1200 degrees. This makes them permanent and will not fade over time as enamels do. If you have a special idea for a panel or gift in mind, let me know and I'd be eager to help.

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  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
Payment by PayPal is expected within three days of placing the order. If no payment is received, I will relist the item.
I ship via USPS, Priority mail most of the time. Insurance is recommended for most of the glass as it is breakable. I pack very carefully, but cannot be responsible for damage or loss during shipping.

I can and will ship internationally. Please contact me prior to purchasing so that I can calculate the appropriate shipping cost for you.
Refunds and Exchanges
I am willing to refund a purchase minus shipping costs if you are not happy with the product.