In alignment with other St. Petersburg Cultural Institutions, Imagine Museum will require all guests to wear masks.


A Day of Giving and Unity Around the World​

On Tuesday, December 1st, Imagine Museum will be participating in “Giving Tuesday 2020”. In these unprecedented times, all cultural organizations have been negatively impacted. Imagine Museum is no different. Although our business has decreased by over 40%, we continue to stay open to provide an uplifting environment for all who come to view our world-class collection of contemporary glass sculptures from around the world.

On December 1st, we ask you to make a donation — at any level — to help us continue providing our guests with a safe and inspired setting for introspection, reflection, and transformation, as only the arts can arouse.

Receive this glass
it holds my memories
crafted blossoms
suspended in stillness
to be pollinated by your sight
anticipating your touch
through time.
— Paul Stankard

Giving Back Raffle

In order for us to give something back to our constituents and donors, on Giving Tuesday, we will be offering a raffle of a beautiful Paul Stankard “Botanical” glass paperweight, generously donated by Habatat Galleries, Michigan.

Every $25 raffle ticket will be placed into a random drawing.

The winning ticket will be pulled during a Facebook Live event on Wednesday, December 2nd at 12:00 pm (EST).

We will contact the winner immediately and make arrangements for pick up of their very own Paul Stankard
glass work of art.
We look forward to your support and wish everyone “good luck” as we engage in an opportunity to share a magnificent piece of glass art with you!

paul stankard

Bouquet and Earth Spirit
Value $3,200

The Father of Modern Glass Paperweights

Internationally renowned and pioneer in the studio glass movement, Paul Stankard is the master in the art of the paperweight. Using a flameworking process, he painstakingly sculpts intricate and realistic botanical themes to go inside his orbs. He is credited for transforming paperweights from “craft” to “fine art”. His work is represented in more than 60 museums around the world.


Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 10 am – 5 pm
Wednesday: 10 am – 5 pm
Thursday: 10 am – 5 pm
Friday: 10 am – 5 pm
Saturday: 10 am – 5 pm
Sunday: Noon – 5 pm