One of a Kind Commissioned Artwork
“Normality is a paved road. It is comfortable to walk, but no flowers grow on it.” – Vincent van Gogh
About the artist
Jordan Marie began her stained glass journey alongside her mother Julie Gill of Big Glass Art. Learning the craft of stained glass while apprenticing her mom and helping in the production of her commissioned artwork.
Jordan traveled every month from Colorado Springs to the Big Glass Art studio in Huntsville, Alabama for the experience of a paid apprenticeship and to help manage class week for Big Glass Art. Working for and learning from her mother Julie Gill the craft of stained glass creation will always be a cherished memory and a lasting inspiration that shapes Jordan.
About the Price
The factors that determine the price of a project are size (sq. ft.), complexity, number of pieces, number of colors, and quality of glass used.
We ask potential clients to specify the budget when reaching out. Doing so allows us to suggest options that align.
When not possible to align, we will give clear expectations of what to expect or alternative options within the budget.
There is no commitment for the client till the final sketch is approved.
We ask clients for a 50% down payment once accepted. The remaining being due upon delivery/install.
Cost & Timeline Estimate
Frequently Asked Questions
When is payment due?
We ask clients to pay a 50% deposit upon approving the final design. The remaining 50% is due once the piece has been installed, picked up or shipped.
How do you come up with a design?
By getting to know you, your desires and ideas. You can expect a lot of questions during the consultation so that we can gain an understanding of the project. The ideas you bring are a great starting point. Clients are included in the journey almost every step of the way from choosing glass colors and textures to tweaking sketches and approval of the final design. If you’d like to join us for the final cleaning, we wouldn’t say no.
What can be done in glass?
The imagination is the only limitation! A cherished photo can be replicated, an idea turned into a visual representation or words, logos or the like. We welcome any strange idea you may have to throw our way!
Are all commissions expensive?
Well, yes and no. Not all commission projects break the bank. We rely on our clients to give us an expectation of budget and in-turn we can provide expectation of size, design and color options before the project even be
Will you ship?
Yes! Smaller objects can be shipped very successfully. Larger projects face more challenges but we are happy to accomodate with delivery, or shipping whenever possible.
Colorado Springs Studio