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1. Do you offer prints? 

Unfortunately not at the moment. All paintings are original works on canvas. I will be offering prints of certain paintings in the future. Stay tuned!  

2. Do you ship to my country? 

I ship all over the US and internationally. USPS and FedEx have been reliable and safe carriers. Shipping costs are calculated when you share your zip code/country code.  

Please keep in mind, delivery may take longer than usual due to COVID-19 related delays. Processing time is 2-4 days. 

3. Are the paintings framed? 

No. Unless otherwise specified, most of my paintings are not framed. I hand-stretch all of my canvases around wood frames that are > 1.5 - 2 inches in depth. This allows me to extend the painting to include the sides of the frame and the added depth makes the painting pop on the wall! Paintings can always be framed at a local framer if you wish.  

4. Do you accept commissioned projects? 


Yes, I am currently accepting commissions. Please send a message in the Contact section. 


5. Do you offer installments or payment plans? 

I definitely want collectors to have the opportunity to enjoy my artwork in their homes. If a payment plan is more financially comfortable for you, we can certainly work something out. Send me a message in the Contact section. 

6. I'm interested in a painting/I would like to know more about a specific piece

I'd be more than happy to send additional photos, detail pictures or video of the painting and answer any further questions. Just send a message in the Contact section.


 7. What materials do you use?


I use professional grade Grumbacher and Windsor & Newton oil paints, as well as Liquitex acrylic paints. I paint on cotton canvas or primed maple wood panel (unless otherwise specified). All of my paintings are varnished for extra protection. 

8. Do you accept returns? 

All items are final sale. However, I always want my collectors to be satisfied so in the unlikely event that the painting is damaged in transit, contact me and I will address it. 

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