The work of Jenny Gaynor might just come as a replacement to the kitchen fridge when it comes to children's artwork because the artist is able to transfer an image onto a clear glass vase to immortalize it forever. The process involves making a copy of the image before transferring it via a complex process to a glass vase.
Once the image has been transferred to the vase, Gaynor fires the vase to finish the curing process, which makes it impervious to washing and general wear. With Mother's Day just around the corner, I can see how a custom vase by Gaynor would make a wonderful sentiment for a great mom.
Based out of Los Angeles, Gaynor makes all the orders by hand and ships them to the desired locale.
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