Domestic shipping ranges from $10-$99 depending on location and size of the painting. International Shipping is an additional cost of $99. All paintings are shipped insured. Larger paintings are shipped very carefully in boxes that are specially made for fine art by Airfloat or MasterPak. These boxes are great because they’re the safest shipping box for your painting and they make for a safe spot for storing your fine art.
Larger paintings are delivered via FedEx or UPS in the United States. Smaller paintings and International deliveries are delivered via UPS or USPS priority mail. I ship as quickly as possible.
All packages are shipped out with approximately 7 business days. If the painting is still wet, please allow for drying time before shipping.
Money back Guarantee
I want you to be happy with your painting! I've never had a painting returned- most people love it even more when they see their painting in person. But if you are not happy with it, you have a Money Back Guarantee. If you want to return a painting for any reason, return it in original condition within 14 days. Please carefully repack items to avoid damage on the return trip.
To be eligible for a return, your item must be unused and in the same condition that you received it. It must also be in the original packaging.
Shipping If you need to return a painting, ship it insured and send me the tracking code. Once I receive it and determine it's in original condition, I'll refund money less 4% transaction fees (Paypal/Stripe).
All paintings are offered with a Free Frame, unless noted in a particular sale (ie Sketch Sale or Special Sale). I frame the painting in a frame that I believe complements the piece. Some examples are below. If the frame is different for a particular piece, it is shown on the painting's page. Here's an example. If you'd like a different framing option, please let me know. Often times, I can switch it without delay or cost.
I can always work with you to find what you're looking for.
What surface do you paint on?
I love to try new combinations of surfaces while maintaining best practices and the highest quality materials. Ampersand Gessobord
DIY panels on hardboard or mdf with muslin, acrylic primer, alkyd oil primer, or alkyd lead primer.
Centurion deluxe oil primed linen, stretched or on panels
What brand of paints do you use?
Rembrandt, Utrecht, Michael Harding, Winsor Newton, Gamblin, Blue Ridge, Vasari, Van Gogh. I love to try new materials. :)
What colors are on your palette?
I have a basic palette of a warm/cool of each primary and a couple of modifiers.
What brushes do you use?
Flats and filberts usually. Natural bristle from Silver, Robert Simmons and da Vinci, Ivory and Shiraz from Rosemary & Co., synthetic brushes by Princeton.
Do you use a medium?
Not usually. I like my paints to be buttery out of the tube. Sometimes I will use Solvent free gel or Neo Megilp if needed.
What markers are you using for your value studies?
Copic sketch markers N0, N2, N4, N6, and N8 and a whiteout pen. Sketchbox from ProlificPainter Index cards
Which books would you recommend for learning to paint?
Carlson's Guide to Landscape Painting by John F Carlson Composition of Outdoor Painting by Edgar Payne Alla Prima by Richard Schmid Gruppe on Painting by Gruppe/Movalli Oils by Trevor Chamberlain A Proven Strategy for Creating Great Art by Dan McCaw Fill your paintings with Light and Color by Kevin Macpherson Landscape Painting Inside & Out by Kevin Macpherson
Where did you learn to paint / how long have you been painting?
Since 2010. I'm self taught and have attended many workshops over the years.