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Art Commissions

Your Vision, Our Canvas: Art Commissioned for You!
The Process: 
  1. Choose the Memory: Decide which memory you want to immortalize in the painting. It could be a special moment, a place, an event, or even a combination of memories.

  2. Pick a Size: Decide on the size of the painting. Minimum size is 3”x3” and maximum size is 11”x14”. All commissions will be done in oil paints.

  3. Planning: Email me a photo reference and the size of the painting. If I accept your commission request, I’ll contact you with an approximate finish date and payment instructions. It usually takes 3 weeks for the whole process; from planning to shipping.

  4. Payment: Commission fee is $2 per square inch for a still life or landscape oil painting on canvas. A painting that contains figures or buildings/ vehicles as large parts of the painting will double the price quoted previously ($4 per square inch). The paintings are not framed. Hanging wires will be installed on the back of the canvas. Once we agree, I’ll send you an email with payment information. You can choose between Credit card, Paypal, and Venmo. With credit card payment, a 3.5% processing fee will be added to final payment.

  5. Review Sketches and Progress: Throughout the creative process, I will update you to ensure that the painting aligns with your vision. I may make minor adjustments as needed.

  6. Final Artwork: Once the painting is complete, I will email you the final product. If you're satisfied with the result, give your approval.

  7. Shipping & Delivery: Shipping within the U.S. is $25. For clients living in the US, your paintings are shipped with Priority Mail from USPS with tracking number. Bear in mind that your commissioned painting won't be shipped until it's fully paid. Clients who live in Utah are welcome to pick up artwork in person without extra cost of shipping. 

  8. Enjoy Your Custom Masterpiece: Hang your custom painting in a place where you can admire it daily, letting it bring joy and nostalgia every time you look at it.

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