Want to commission a personalized artwork?

If you would like something that is uniquely your own, simply contact me via email with a description of your requirements, and I will respond with suggestions of what I can do for you!

I can produce works based on your own personal images and environment, or create a unique work personalized for you with my own references and resources.

After establishing your requirements, I can give an approximate price and time frame for completing your work.  If you wish to engage beyond this initial inquiry, I then get approximate costing for postage/packaging, and insurance if insurance is required.

Smaller works can be started without any immediate cost to you, but a down payment may be required on larger items.

Once the art work is near completed, a proof image of the work is emailed to you for approval, after which a final protective coating is applied to the work allowing light cleaning.  My motto with my work is that if you are not happy with your painting, then I'm not happy!  Full payment is due once the proof image is approved, shipping costs confirmed/approved, and prior to actual shipping.

If insurance is required, this cost is also added while the shipping quote is sought.  Any down payments already committed are deducted from the total price before the final account is sent.

Billing is done via PayPal, and payments can be made via PayPal.  Please note, you do not have to be a member of PayPal to use this payment method, and it provides a level of security and confidence with the transaction for both parties.

Confirmation of receipt of your payment and the dispatch of your work will be notified by either email or phone.

To enable me to give a good response to your commission inquiry, I need the following information as a guide in determining what your needs are:

1 Size

2 Medium (ie; Acrylic paint, oil pastel, pencil, charcoal, etc.)

3 Support surface (ie; canvas block, canvas board, paper, card, hardboard, etc).

4 Subject matter.  What do you want painted or drawn, etc?  Do you have photographs to work from? Do you want to include several subjects melded into one composite image or a singular subject?

5 Style.  Do you want realism, or a whimsical quirky work or atmospheric moody interpretation?

6 Any color preferences if not based on photographs.