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Commissions and Other Media
Can I use your artwork for my tattoo,webpage, blog, etc…?The images that appear on this site are copyrighted and not licensed for personal use. If you have a personal project in mind such as a tattoo or invitation or painting etc; please fill out this request form and I’ll responed to your request. I appreciate you respecting my copyright!
Do you honor noncommercial commission requests?Yes. Your concept, budget, and flexibility are influential ingredients in the process of this setup. Regardless of the size of a project, it is always 10% above the retail value of a piece that would otherwise be in a gallery of the same dimensions. Keep in mind that this becomes a significantly personal piece, elements and information of your choosing that perhaps only have special meaning to you can be represented in the work, in fact its strongly encouraged. A payment plan might better suite your financial position, something I am happy to accommodate upon a mutual agreement. Commission deposits are nonrefundable. All payments already received are nonrefundable. If a commission was paid in full up front, its is nonrefundable.
How do you ship your prints and art work?Our small prints are put in protective sleeves and shipped in sturdy cardboard envelopes. Larger prints are usually shipped in tubes. Additional handling fees may apply depending on the nature of an art piece.
What is a Giclée?A Giclée print is the highest quality print available today. The word Giclée (pronounced Gee’clay) is a French word meaning ‘to squirt’. The process is professional digital printmaking with a printer that uses minute droplets of light-fast archival ink to create prints that cannot be duplicated by other printing techniques. The quality of the giclee print rivals traditional silver-halide and gelatin printing processes and is commonly found in museums, art galleries, and photographic galleries.
How are your prints made?The studio uses a variety of high quality printing processes including archival ink prints, letterpress, hand inked prints, etc. Each print process is noted on the print’s page and your packing slip will include detailed information about the specific print you’ve bought.
What’s an Edition?An edition is a limited run of a particular piece of artwork. Artists and their publishers and/or dealers agree to, set and honor edition sizes. Once an edition is closed.