I’m so excited that YOU are interested in commissioning an art piece that honors your story (or the one of someone you love). It is truly an everlasting gift!
Requesting an art commission is different from buying an original or a print.
There are a few things I’d like to let you know, so we can be right off to a great path:
First and foremost, have you gotten acquainted with my art? Every artist has its own style, so it’s important that you feel a strong connection with my way of portraying people.
Requesting a commissioned art piece does not guarantee that you will receive one.
After you send me the request, you will receive a response from me on my availability.
I will then ask you some questions so I can get to know a little more about the person(s) being portrayed on your piece.
We will communicate back and forth via email, phone or, if possible, in person so we can create a positive relationship and be able to achieve a great result.
Specific photographs may be requested for reference.
Based on everything I learn from you, I will introduce to you my idea for the piece and give you a quote.
A non-refundable deposit will be made to secure my time to be spent on your future new art piece.
From the moment I begin to paint, it takes me at least from 2 to 4 weeks to complete a commissioned piece, depending on what it involves and what other projects I have going on at the time. No changes will be allowed during the creation process.
I will be posting my progress via social media and sharing them with you (unless specifically agreed by both parties to keep it private).
You will be notified once the piece is completed and final payment will be expected once it’s ready for shipping or pick up.
Commission prices depends upon the size and material of print. Payment plans can be arranged upon request.
Even though I do art in many mediums, as of right now I’m doing my commissions on a high resolution digital paintings only. The final artwork will be printed in the material and size of your choice from the options bellow: