Some questions I get I will try to address here.
1. Do you take custom orders?
Can't see what you like? Let's make it!
Custom orders are taken, please provide the size of the painting you are looking for. I sadly cannot measure your room so an idea of this is very helpful. You can send me photos of the space you are thinking of and we can discuss color options, a theme, whether the painting will be landscape or portrait presentation, etc.
2. I'd like to order. Let's talk pricing.
Resin art is costly. Most artists charge anywhere from $15 per inch on their paintings. This is to give you a rough of idea on costs.
However, I charge roughly $11-$12 per inch or based on my materials, time, etc.
Once pricing on size and materials is determined, you will need to send a deposit of 50% to secure your commissioned piece. Why? Custom pieces are custom for you. Others may not prefer your choices, and if you chose not to proceed there is now a painting in inventory that has cost a fair amount to make that may not be desirable to someone else.
Secondly, it costs materials that may not be on hand and will have to specifically ordered in. This could be a specific size board or particular colors not in inventory.
Time investment.. Resin takes 24 hours or more to cure properly layer to layer. The care and precision that goes into each piece is very time consuming.
Time frames for completion: please allow 3-4 weeks for completion and shipping.
3. I have created a commission order or have ordered an inventory piece, what happens next?
Inventory and custom pieces will be shipped directly off the website, please allow 5-7 business days to package and ship your painting. Notifications will be sent upon shipment with transit information.
4. Refunds. Do you accept refunds?
Commission pieces are unique to your preferences, so at this time refunds are not accepted on these paintings.
Refunds will be considered on inventory bought paintings should your work arrived damaged; however photos will be needed to assess the painting and what possibly happened.
The most utmost in care is taken packaging and handling the painting with the possibility of rough transit in mind, so the likelihood of damage is minimal.
Should a painting be sent back for any reason, the buyer will be required to pay the return shipping, with the materials originally used to ship it.
5. Someone touched my painting, now it has a finger print on it!
Use a damp cloth, then wipe dry with a microfiber towel to maintain that nice glossy look.