Please commission your work via the form for commissions (see above). As soon as your request has reached me I will get in touch.
How do I pay for a commissioned artwork?
Once I have agreed to take on your commission, I will take a non-refundable deposit. This deposit is 30 – 50% of the final artwork value, as agreed.
I will then start to work on your artwork and you will pay the balance when the artwork is finished.
How can I check the progress of my commissioned artwork?
I will be in touch with updates.
Can I return a commissioned artwork?
Unfortunately I do not accept returns of commissioned artworks.
How much will it cost?
That’s up to you! You set your budget when you first commission a work via the initial contact form and I will get back to you to reach a fair price and a size that fits the budget.
How long will it take?
Again, that’s up to you. You can stipulate a deadline when you first commission an artwork the initial contact form. I will let you know if I can meet your deadline.
What can I commission?
Anything you like! Whether it’s a portrait of your pet, an abstract to fill that empty space above your fireplace, or an artwork similar to one that you have seen elsewhere. I will interprete it in my own style. Be sure to give me a clear idea of your requirements – you can even upload and send photos to give me a better idea.
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