Commission a Personalised Glass Art Design

Are you looking for unique, personalised gifts, created for a wedding, anniversary or special event?

Why not commission an original sculptural glass wall art, made as either a set of panels, triptych, or large bowl.

This means that you will own exclusive artwork that no-one else will have.
You can choose the colour combinations and your preferred theme and each wall-hung panel, triptych or bowl is hand-made and signed on the reverse by the artist.

How to Order

Step 1. Design Consultation
During your consultation with Judith, you can discuss the colours, themes and design ideas that you would like incorporated into your glass art panel(s). Anything imaginable is available as glass art.

Check out our website pages for inspiration:
Glass Art BowlsWall Hung Glass ArtPlanets and Our Solar System.

Step 2. Pre-Firing Process
Once you are happy to proceed, a 25% deposit is taken and once payment is made then the work starts. Judith will make a prototype. Once it is ready you can come to the studio to see it before it is fired. Then it is kiln fired in layers, cooled for 10 hours, cleaned and polished.

Step 3. Delivery
After firing is completed Judith will take photographs of it and send them to you, or you can come to the studio to pick it up. Alternatively it can be packaged up and shipped to you. (Price on application). Each panel comes with two wall fixings.

Approximate turnaround is 2-3 weeks once the deposit has been paid.

Note: If you like an image that you see on the website, Judith can work with you to produce a new, bespoke sculptural panel or bowl.

One of a kind Signed & Certified Glass Art

Each sculptural panel of glass is signed on the back and has its own character once it comes out of the kiln. Additionally, if it is a gift; upon request, Judith will make a Certificate of Authenticity for you, with the title, method of making and giver and receiver names on it.
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    I only use 'Bullseye Art Glass' and compatible inclusions in my designs. Bullseye Art Glass is the industry standard for kiln formed glass, stained glass, and Pate de Verre. Bullseye makes forms and colours of opaque and transparent glass and they are all compatible. Additionally all bowls and plates are food safe. I do not use Float Glass/Window Glass as the colours are flat, opaque and limited. I only use the highest quality materials wherever possible, to provide the best possible results for you.
    Judith Menges

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What designs are available?
  • What if I already have an image that I want reproduced in glass?
  • What glass products can you make?
  • What colour combinations are available in glass mediums?
  • Is each piece really exclusive?
Tab 1
Check out these links for ideas. There are an unlimited amount of options available. In fact, anything you can imagine can be created as glass art:

Glass Art Bowls
Wall Hung Glass Art
Planets and Our Solar System
Tab 2
Judith can make most images into sculptural glass wall-panels or bowls. In the example below the client’s photograph of the moon was created as a large glass bowl. His son added the dichroic and so the piece was named Connor’s Moon.
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Tab 3
Judith can create:
• a set of images
• a single panel
• a triptych
• a bowl.

The planets are 400mm round and can be attached to a dark or white background. The largest single piece of rolled glass is 900 x 400. POA.
Tab 4
Colours are so important. Judith always uses Bullseye Art Glass which is the industry standard for kiln formed and stained glass projects. Bullseye produces more colours and forms of art glass than any other manufacturer. Judith also always adds colour changing dichroic glass colours to make the glass 3 identical.
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Absolutely 1/1! Each of Judith’s work is totally unique, made with a different view and/or colour combination, and can be inspired by your own photographs or images. Each glass artwork is signed on the back by Judith and if requested, will come with a certificate of Authenticity.

All images & work ©Judith Menges.

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