DO YOU ACCEPT COMMISSIONS?

Yes.

NO-RISK COMMISSIONS

Let me be your muse. I want to paint for you a painting of YOUR dreams! If you like my artistic style but don't see exactly what you are looking for, we need to pow wow. For communications sake, it is best to start with a point of reference. So take a look at my available work and my archived work. Be aware of what attracts you to a piece and know I will do my best to recreate that energy for you. You may consider color changes, orientation (horizontal/vertical/square) changes, or you may want your initials or a sketchy Eiffel Tower hidden in the background, or a chakra symbol... whatever! I am happy to work with paint chips, fabric swatches, or many combinations of reference.  The best art is the art that speaks something to and of the beholder.  

And for your peace of mind, when it is all said and done, if it is less than you had hoped, you are under no obligation to purchase the painting. You will have two weeks to decide if you would like to purchase the piece once it is complete. After that time, should you decide not to purchase it, I reserve the right to offer it for sale to my viewing public. To date, this has never happened, but I mention it for the sake of clarity.

Keep in mind that I only accept commissions that are consistent with the look and feel of my own work. Also, as each painting is completely original and hand-painted, it is virtually impossible to duplicate exactly. Naturally I can reproduce the concepts, colors and feel of my work, but of course the fewer constrictions the more energy is infused.

I do not charge an up-charge for any commission work.

Minimum size on metal: 24" x 24"

Maximum size on metal: 48" x 120" (Although I'm currently exploring soldering pieces together for massive installation)

The length of time required to compete a commission depends mostly on my schedule. But I can usually complete it and ship it within six weeks.

 

What's a Giclee?

Giclée (pronounced zhee-clāy') printing is a process that uses fade-resistant, archival inks and archival substrates to print gallery-quality reproductions on large format printers. The term Giclée printing is based on the French word "le gicleur" meaning "nozzle", or more specifically "gicler" meaning "to squirt, spurt, or spray". It is a fancy name for high-quality ink-jet printing.  Gicleés can be printed on many types of paper or canvas and are generally considered superior to commercial off-set lithography.

 

Will a representing gallery ship me a piece?

They would be happy to! Please contact them directly for their specific and unique policies - Representing Galleries

 

WHAT FORMS OF PAYMENT DO YOU ACCEPT?

I accept all major credit cards.

How does a float mount work?

The metal painting is affixed to a frame structure with industrial strength velcro (so as to not compromise the artwork with screw holes...).  The framing structure is approximately 3" shorter on each side of the painting. So if a painting is 20" x 20" the structure will be 14" x 14".   It is black, flat and 1 1/2 - 2" deep.  

The visual effect is that the painting is floating off the wall.  This looks works particularly well in modern and contemporary settings.  

Here is a back and in-situ look at a the Float Mounted painting, "The Van Lee"

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What does 'gallery wrapped' mean?

'Gallery Wrapped' refers to a painting, painted on canvas which remains unframed.  The painted part of the canvas wraps around the stretcher bars.  Stretcher bars can be as thin as 3/4" or as thick as 2".  Below is "Marie Taglioni", gallery wrapped on 1" stretcher bars.

 

 

 
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