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How it works

Creating your custom art piece is easier than ever before.

Step 1

Send a message

Use the Custom Order Form to send your ideas and your preferred size over to Shea where she will individually work with you to form the perfect plan for you and your piece. This is where final prices will be decided, and a payment plan can be made for your individual financial needs.

Step 2

Work begins

As soon as your first or entire payment is made, work begins on your piece. Depending on the size and detail of the piece and the number of pieces already being worked on in the studio, the piece should take about 2-6 weeks to complete and be sent to you. During this time updates will be posted to Instagram, and you will be able to reach Shea for questions or changes through Email or DM.

Step 3

Your piece is complete!

Once your piece is finished and all payments are received in full, your new custom piece will be sent directly to you (or whoever it is meant for). Tracking information will be provided so that you can know what your package is up to while it’s on its’ way to you!

Pricing examples



Minimal detail
with no
hard cuts


Pricing example small


Lot of detail,
difficult cuts,


Pricing example medium


Lot of detail,
difficult cuts,


Pricing example large
Statement pieces


Extensive detail,
unique glass,


Pricing example large with panel

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How is pricing determined?

Pricing is based on several factors including the size of a piece, the number of pieces, and the number of extra details (like painting, copper wire, foil overlays, etc.) all affecting the final pricing. This doesn’t necessarily mean all small pieces are cheap and vice versa, as smaller pieces can oftentimes be a lot more difficult and time-consuming to work with. On the flip side, the bigger the piece, the more expensive it is to ship.

For pricing examples click here, or please feel free to fill out the custom orders form to get an estimate from me!

What is your turnaround time?

It all depends on what I am working on at the moment, but I give all clients a window of 4-6 weeks. If you need your item by a specific date, please let me know and I can get it to you in time. I recommend all orders be placed AT LEAST 4 weeks prior to the date you need them. If you ordered a ready-made piece, you should receive it in 1-2 weeks!

Do you ship internationally?

I do ship internationally, however, it is expensive to do so. I am located in the United States, so if you are outside of the US it might cost you extra to ship one of my pieces to you ($50-$100+ depending on the size) I am happy to do this, but want to be upfront about my international clients about the costs involved.

What’s the best way to hang and care for my piece?

NO SUCTION CUPS PLEASE! Suction cups may seem like a good idea but are really a disaster waiting to happen. Hang your new piece using a screw ceiling hook or a nail for maximum strength and security! If your piece has patina (black solder lines) the best way to clean it is to polish it with car wax and a microfiber cloth. If your piece doesn’t have patina (silver solder lines) this will naturally patina over time, however you can clean it up with some fine steel wool and it’ll shine just like new!

What tools are used to create my piece?

  • Pistol Cutter: Scores glass to guide it breaking in the right direction
  • Cutting Oil: Eases the use of the Pistol Cutter and can be especially helpful on the highly textured glass to ensure a smooth score.
  • Grozer Pliers: Small, medium and large pliers are all used for breaking pieces of glass off of a sheet or excess off of a piece.
  • Running Pliers: Used for large and straight cuts, helps guide the score down an entire sheet.
  • Wire Cutters: Used to cut and bend copper wire for details, as well as to cut lead framing to size. I also use the wire cutters to hold hot things in place while I solder.
  • Regular Pliers: Assists in opening and closing chain onto pieces to hang
  • Horsehair Brush: Used to sweep away glass and lead that has gotten on the work surface. Scoring glass on an uneven surface can lead to unwanted breakage.
  • Weller 100 Soldering Iron: Used to solder the piece together, melting a liquid lead/zinc alloy at 700 degrees Fahrenheit.

Look inside

A behind-the-scenes sneak peek at how we create!

What’s This? 0:32

24″ wide panel.

See finished piece

Mushroom Panel 0:25

17″ tall oval with chain.

See finished piece

Jelly 0:24

8″ round.

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