I see a piece I like but there’s no price.
Some of the artwork may be listed as “Call for Pricing” because of special ordering considerations, or the item has just been sold. You can also request a commission if there’s something specific that you’d like.
I saw some artwork of yours before, but it’s not on this site. Why can’t I find it?
Probably because I took it down. Like many artists, I’m very critical of my work. If there’s a piece that has been sold and is no longer up to my personal standards, then I’ll take it down to make room for new work. I pay attention to feedback though, so if you have a favorite you’ll probably find it in the Catalogue.
Why do some items take longer to ship than others?
Some items are print-on-demand, made in small batches, or require special lead times. Special lead times will be indicated in the description page for those items.
Do you accept commissions?
Yes I do, however my commission policy has changed. Please use the contact form to tell me about your project. Please include your due date, budget and a detailed description of what you’re looking for and I will reply within 24 hours.
I’m not comfortable with placing my order online. Is there another way to place an order?
This website offers secure ordering and is SSL-encrypted to protect collectors. Online ordering is the only option available at this time. If you have questions before placing your order, please reach out through the contact form.
What if I need to return an item?
For fashion items, returns are accepted for 14 days after the delivery date. Items must be in their original, unworn condition with all of the packaging and hang tags intact.
Unfortunately refunds can’t be issued for fine art and prints. Artwork is securely packaged for shipping with insurance included, so if these items arrive with shipping damages I will gladly issue a store credit/exchange or assist you with filing a claim. Please note that if this situation occurs with a limited edition item that is no longer in stock, then I’ll do my best to replace it with an item of equal value that you’ll be satisfied with or issue a store credit.
Where is the signature located on the artwork?
Any originals produced after 2013 have a signature on the back. This was a personal choice I made because I didn’t want my signature to distract from the images.
Why are the artwork prices so different?
The main factors that affect artwork prices are size and materials. Smaller pieces cost less than larger ones, while drawings and acrylic paintings cost less than oils or paintings that include copper.
What does “Edition – Her Majesty’s Pleasure” mean?
For some of my images, I couldn’t decide between open and limited edition prints. My happy medium choice is to offer editions that will stay open for as long as I see fit. This way, everyone who wants a print will have a chance to get one and I can keep the prints in stock that people enjoy the most.
What does “Limited Edition” mean and why does it cost more?
Limited Edition means that there’s only a certain number available of that product, and once it’s gone then it’s gone. The price is higher on Limited Editions since they’re typically lower in number than open editions.
My goal is to make sure you’re happy with the artwork and have a pleasant experience on my site, so please feel free to ask for additional details before placing an order.