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Q: What is the difference between your fine art drawings, and commissions?
A: My fine art drawings are works that are self-initiated, and are often exhibited. These works are sold either through galleries or directly from my studio. 100% of my fine art is large scale, charcoal on wood. On the other hand, commissions are artworks that I produce specifically for a client. A commission's imagery, medium, and size are all customized to meet my client's wishes.
Q: How does pricing for commissions work?
A: My pricing is based on size and medium. Once I have an image reference of what you’d like rendered, I’ll send you a price list with a range of options to choose from.
Q: How long does a commission take?
A: Each art piece is unique, so it varies due to size & intricacy. Another factor is my studio calendar. Once we have your details worked out, I’ll be able to give an estimated timeline. If you need it for a specific date - for example to gift - please let me know so that I can accommodate if possible.
Q: How does payment work?
A: Payment is due once the artwork is finished, but prior to (or at) delivery. I do take deposits for commissions over $1,800.
Q: What forms of payments do you accept?
A: I accept Venmo, Zelle, PayPal, cash, checks, or credit cards. Credit cards have a 3.5% service fee.
Q: How do you deliver artwork?
A: I am happy to personally deliver large scale works to local clients. Otherwise, I use FedEx for large works, and USPS for small works. Delivery is covered by the client.
Q: Do you draw people?
A: Being classically trained, I'm well versed at figure drawing. However I choose not to take on portrait commissions, as my passion is with architectural landscapes.