Q. Does liquidoranges produce other's artworks in glass?
A. We do on occasion, especially if it represents fine art. Our primary focus is on the production of our own artwork in glass.
Q. Do you have a local Rep?
A. We work directly with individuals, designers, architects. We are not represented as we prefer to control the conversation without intermediaries.
Q. How do I work with liquidoranges STUDIO?
A. Send us an introductory email
describing what you're thinking about. We can respond from there and get the ball rolling. And don't worry. You're under no obligation and we're not going to bother you with follow up. If you are interested in our work for your project, you will follow up with us.
Q. What is a typical working relationship?
A. There are a couple of ways we work. Often, we will have an artwork you are interested in, or we will create the artwork, manage the production, and coordinate freight to your project site. Our cost is inclusive of all this. Other times, we create the artwork for sale only. Depending on what we are creating for you the process may vary. No worries as we'll go through the options that best work for you. You will ALWAYS have a written proposal from us before starting.
Q. Do you sell your artwork as seen on your website?
A. Unless it is marked as "SOLD", we stay in business by selling works. Many works are available for purchase as numbered series in print for framing. Email
us with your interest and we can advise you on what is available, size requests, etc.
Q. How large can you make your glass?
A. As big as you need. Our glass panel limitations are approximately 6' x 14'. We prefer to work in panel sizes less than 4' x 9' because of the limitations of our artwork interlayer. Larger panel widths require seaming of the artwork which may result in visible hairline joints. Check out our Resources
page for more info.
Q. How large can you make your rugs?
A. Yes, we create and produce art rugs based on our artworks. Our weaver can do entire rooms, wall to wall. Typically we do art rugs that are not wall to wall.
Q. What about small jobs?
A. If its about art, count us in! If it's something we just can't do, we may be able to help you find other ways for your project to move forward.