Kick Glass Art Studio is a unique, creative glass art space. We teach classes in several techniques. Stained Glass, Warm Glass and Lampworking. With over 30 years in the glass art industry we have the experience to teach you the technique and you use your creativity to make special one-of-a kind items to give as gifts or keep as treasured heirlooms for your home.
We create, teach, sell, commission, restore and recycle glass. We carry and sell glass, tools and other supplies. Even if you are a complete novice, we can show you how simple and fun it is to create glass items you would be proud to show your friends and family. Stop by to see what we are working on or commission an original glass art piece, schedule a class or shop for unique one of a kind gift.
MEET THE ARTIST – DONNA SLEVIN
I began my love of glass sitting in church looking at the light reflecting through the stained glass windows. Always wondering how something so beautiful could be created. It was in my early 20’s that I took my first stained glass class. There was not a lot of information available at the that time so I did a lot of experimenting. I never stopped learning. I built and worked in my home studio for years honing my skills. I started doing commissions for private homes and teaching friends and family. I have worked on several historic restorations projects. I continue to take classes whenever and where ever they are available. In 2010 I bought my first kiln. My love of all things glass blossomed. Warm glass changed my entire perspective and vision of what is possible with glass.
Warm glass offered me the ability to advance my creativity. Any free time finds me creating works of glass art. I am a natural teacher and love sharing my craft with others. I have traveled around the world. Morano in Venice has some of my favorite glass studios. I also enjoyed visiting old churches in Ireland to admire the antique glass windows. I spent many hours in the Cathedral of Notre Dame studying the composition. I visited the glass flower ceiling of Chihuly in Las Vegas. I decided in 2016 to open Kick Glass Art Studio. I want to inspire others.