Exquisite Glass and Metal Collectibles
What you Get
Beautiful Custom Art and Prints
With our Glass and Metal Art and Collectibles, you can have custom art created and prints of previous art.
Better Understanding of Your Art
By providing clear descriptions and customer reviews, you can better understand what the art piece is and what can be created.
Skill and attention to detail
Why We’re Different
We understand that it can be challenging to understand the value of art and items, so we provide more detailed descriptions and customer reviews. This way, you can better understand what to expect from the product and make a more informed decision. We also provide helpful advice on how to make the most of your purchase. By understanding the product’s value, you can be more confident in your purchase.
I have purchased 3 Star Wars art pieces from Crimson Studios. I absolutely love his work. Love that his pieces can come on metal sheets which only add so much more uniqueness to it. Such an amazing artist. Highly recommend any of his work.
– James Bryant
I asked Fox to make a Devastator Transformers piece for my husband as a surprise Christmas gift a couple years back and it is a highlight in our game room! my husband absolutely loves it and I am so impressed with the work. with the custom painted and carved frame to match, it was perfect. Plus, it matches the model of Devastator that we already had.
Besides being done in a timely matter and shipped very well and fast. The art is out of this world very nice. Will for sure be getting another piece!!!
An amazing artist who also happens to be a Veteran. Aside from his terrible taste in football teams, he is the best in the business putting out unique art you won't find anywhere else.
Meet the Artist
Art has always been a passion of mine. As a child, I constantly left pictures I had doodled for others to find. In grade school, I left ninja turtle drawings on my desk for the students in the next class. In middle school, I tried to convince the post office to include my drawings in their mail delivery. I also drew my characters and mailed them to Marvel in a sealed envelope stating “confidential.” I was inspired when I noticed my favorite comic book shop owner was presenting local artists’ comic renditions in their window. In high school, my teacher, Mr. Troxell, advocated to have my art displayed in hospitals and art galleries in Emporia.