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If you need help programming your Evenheat Kilns, access these helpful videos:


To assist your work, Perth Art Glass is creating a range of tutorial videos to help bolster your own skills, or just to refresh from one of our classes.

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We host a variety of fun and exciting courses each year.

To learn about our courses and to enrol, visit our Courses page here – https://perthartglass.com.au/events/category/courses/

Class schedules are released in mid January each year on our website, Facebook and via our newsletter.

All course information can be found here – https://perthartglass.com.au/events/category/courses/

Perth Art Glass is a distributor for Evenheat Glass Kilns which offers a range of kilns from a small hobby kiln (20 x 20 11cm) to a large 3-phase kiln (100 x 64 x 34cm). All kilns come with a full programmable computer controller so you can set and forget. For more information please see our online store here – https://perthartglass.com.au/glass-kilns/ or give us a call.

We have a wide variety of fusible glass including sheet glass from System 96 along with frits, powders, confetti, rods, stringers and noodles. We also have a range of glass slumping moulds, fibre blanket and paper.

See our entire range of glass fusing products here – https://perthartglass.com.au/fusing-supplies/

Yes, we have a fully functioning Online Store! You can find it here – https://perthartglass.com.au/home/online-store/ .

We now ship to New Zealand, as well as domestically, using Australia Post as our shipping provider.

If you would like your order freighted, Perth Art Glass does not have a specific Freight Company that is used for larger orders, the CUSTOMER must organise freight for their order.

Please note, we are unable to post some goods which are classed as hazardous materials. Please read our Terms and Conditions before purchasing from the Online Store.

Yes, Hobby Square size glass is available through our Online Store here – https://perthartglass.com.au/glass-hobby-squares-2/ 

Larger sheet glass may be purchased in store or by phone or email.  We encourage you to come into the studio and select your self as we have a wide variety of colours and textures.

Yes, we have everything you will need to both repair and build a leadlight, including instructional books, tools, lead, glass and materials. You can find these products in our online store  – https://perthartglass.com.au/home/online-store/

We also run a series of beginner classes to get you started, for more information see our Courses page – https://perthartglass.com.au/events/category/courses/

Yes, we run a range of classes in various glass crafts. See our Courses page for more information and bookings –  https://perthartglass.com.au/events/category/courses/

Yes you can, we carry a large supply of glass, tools and accessories for the hobbyist to undertake their own work. Staff are happy to offer advise on product choice and we also have a large selection of instructional books available.

Generally no, this is a sub-standard method of repair. A quality repair will last many years and will need to be carried out in our workshop.

Yes, if you are confident about removing the panel and not damaging it further, this will save you on cost as we will not have to remove or re-install the panel. Please call prior to bringing in your panel. Tip: Place masking tape over the broken pieces when removing the broken panel.

Yes, this is our preferred method of quoting for small Leadlight repairs. Please include a full photo of the window/door and measurements. Also include your address.

Yes we do, Perth Art Glass is the leader in the field of Leadlight restoration. For larger restoration projects please contact us and we will personally come on site and quote. For smaller repairs see question 5

Every Leadlight artwork is custom designed to suit our clients needs and tastes. We have available many books and past proposals to help you decide, however we are also able to interpret your unique design ideas to translate into glass.

If after consultation and estimation of cost you are happy with our design ideas, a deposit will be taken. At this point our glass artist will work with you to finalise your design and produce a coloured artwork for your approval. A glass selection is made with your involvement followed by the building of your new leadlight.

An indication of price is all we can provide over the phone/email as the price of stained glass is based on complexity of design. A more accurate price can only be given once the design and sizes are established.