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Commissions

GLASS COMMISSIONS

Please contact Jessica Hogan, Production Manager at Hilltop Artists, at jhogan@hilltopartists.org or (253) 571-7761 for more information.

COMMISSION FAQS
How Much Does It Cost To Commission Glass Art?

Price will vary depending on the project you have in mind. Small items begin at $35.00.

50% of your total commission cost is due at the time you place your commission request.

Will You Ship My Order?

Yes. You will responsible for paying the cost of shipping, which may include the cost of packing materials.

How Far In Advance Do I Need To Place My Order?

We request orders are placed at least 60 days before they will be needed. Our Team Production program follows the school calendar so Commissions are only accepted from September to June.

Please note that our students are not able to create light fixtures, or repair broken glass items.

Installations

Mary Bridge Children’s Hosptial

For the installation at MultiCare’s Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital, students created over 1,800 glass floats that line the facility’s skyway. As the art was installed, many conversations – among nurses, camera crew, doctors, and students – centered on the belief that this art would create a message of inspiration, encouragement, and healing for years to come. Watch this film to learn more about this installation. 

Our Dreams

Our Dreams was on display at the W.W. Seymour Botanical Conservatory in the spring of 2018.  Created by the participants of the Arts Connect Program, this mixed-media exhibit explored the theme of dreams in their artwork using glass, paint, paper, writing, and sound. Though no longer on view, you can learn more about the exhibit here.

Common Threads

Common Threads, was on display at the W.W. Seymour Botanical Conservatory in the spring of 2016. Our students investigated folk art and storytelling, and translated what they learned into glass art through sandcasting, blown glass, fusion, and mosaics. Though no longer on view, you’re welcome to learn more about the exhibit here.