FAQ

So, what is the deal with prints?

I’m glad you asked! Offering prints plays such a crucial role in how I support my art. Paints, canvas, brushes, web hosting, and other art related expenses add up, and selling prints greatly contributes to my ability to keep producing new works.

Not everyone can afford original artwork, and not everyone has the wall space for large pieces of art. Prints are a fantastic way to affordably own work that comes directly from the artist, allows you to support their business, and gives you the flexibility to hang beautiful work all over your home or office!

What are they like?

I take great pains to ensure that my prints look as exact to the original piece as possible. Many painstaking hours are spent photographing the original works, ensuring there is no glare, color or contrast loss, and that fidelity and integrity to the original work is right on the money. I like to make my prints full frame. Why pay for a smaller image with a border around it, especially if you are going to matte it? I want my prints to look like paintings, so that is how I make them.

Prints come on a high quality, archival hot press paper, meaning your new art is museum quality that should stand the test of time. All my prints are hand signed and numbered on the back, and made in limited runs.

How big are they?

The size of the prints are usually determined by the size of the original canvas, and how that scales down so that nothing is cropped out and lost. Therefore, sizes vary. That said, most of my prints are 12”x12”, 11”x14”, 12”x16”, or 16”x20”. If you don’t see a size you like, you can always ask! In some cases I can print other sizes and larger sizes.

How long does it take to get my order?

At this time, all prints are made to order, and are shipped out in 7 to 10 business days. If something is taking a little longer, or ready a little sooner, I will message you directly to let you know!

Do you ship overseas?

I can ship overseas on special request, but will need to get you a shipping quote first. Message me if you are interested.

What about those originals? Can I get my hands on one of those?

The best way to procure an original painting is to attend my exhibitions. You can easily find out where my work is being shown by visiting my events page. My original artwork tends to sell quickly. However, if you cannot attend an event and see a piece you can’t live without, it is worth sending me a message. Sometimes I have yet to exhibit a piece, or still have the work on hand.  Shipping large, delicate, original artwork is not easy, and it’s not cheap, so keep that in mind. I will need to get shipping quotes for you on a case by case basis for original works. If you are local to the Central Florida region, we can bypass shipping and I can meet up to get you my original works. 

Do you accept returns?

All sales of original artwork are final, so please be sure before you decide. If prints arrive damaged, please message me. I want to make sure you are very happy with your new art. I will gladly replace/refund work damaged in route, or if there is concern with the quality. Otherwise, as prints are made to order, sales are final.

How can I pay?

This site uses PayPal as the payment processor. Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover are accepted. Or, you can pay using your PayPal balance.

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Is your site secure?

Yes. You pay through PayPal, the world's premier electronic payment solution, not through this site. I never even see your credit card number; PayPal just tells me that you've paid and I ship you your stuff. Money is sent through PayPal later.

Do I have to have a PayPal account to buy?

No, you can pay with your credit card without a PayPal account.

Do you do commissions?

This is a tricky one for me to answer. Yes, I have done commissioned work. I am possibly open to the idea of taking more. However, I believe I am best and most effective when left to my own styles, talents, and devices. The work is stronger. If you look through my portfolio you will see I am not really a landscape painter, for example. I don’t really do pet and family portraits. If you are looking for this type of work, it may be best to commission them from an artist that specializes in that specific type of art. All commission considerations are subject to my timetable for other works and exhibitions.

I love your art, will you design my tattoo?

Believe it or not, I get asked this rather frequently. While I am incredibly flattered, I am not a tattoo artist. I have a few of my own, but I have no expertise in what translates best from canvas to skin, what colors work best on skin tones, and contouring art to the body. I don’t feel comfortable designing something that you will have to wear around for the rest of your life. There are many talented, experienced tattoo artists out there that are so much more qualified to help you fulfill your body mod desires.