frequently asked questions


 

DO YOU DO CUSTOM PIECES?

Yes! I do accept commissioned orders. Please click HERE to learn more about the commission process.


can I see your work in person?

I currently work out of my home studio, but would be happy to arrange an appointment if you’d like to see a piece in person before purchasing. Please CONTACT ME for more info.
 

How about local shows?

I love the chance to connect with collectors at events in the greater Central Oregon area. Please SIGN UP FOR THE NEWSLETTER if you’d like to be notified of future shows.
 

do you offer payment plans?

You betcha! CONTACT ME for more info.
 

I’d like to see the painting in my space, is that possible?

Yes! A happy collector makes me a happy artist. Send me a photo of your space and I will insert your prospective art on the walls. This will give you a chance to see how it looks exactly where you think you’ll hang it.

How can i be sure that the colors in the painting are right?

If you just aren't sure about the painting or its colors, I will be happy to send more photos with close ups.

I received my painting, but it’s just not right. Now what?

I offer a 30 day money back guarantee. If the painting just isn’t right, send it back to exchange for another or get a refund. All you need to do is pay for shipping it back to me. This doesn’t apply to paintings that are damaged during shipping.

My painting was damaged in shipping!! What do i do?

If a painting is damaged during shipping, I can work out a return and refund with you. Don’t toss out the box, in fact, please photograph the damage as it was when you received it to expedite the refund process. And then CONTACT ME to proceed.


a note on finished pieces

The majority of my paintings are on stretched canvas and will arrive signed and sealed and ready for you to hang. If you purchase a piece on paper, please be aware that it is one of a kind and may have minor flaws or nuances such as slightly raw edges where the paper was taped down during painting. There may be slight warping because of the medium used. I highly recommend that my paper paintings are matted and framed with non reflective glass to ensure that the painting will last for years to come. All of my paintings are finished with professional archival sealer.