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How much do you charge for a commission?
My "Policy & Price List" section under the "Commissions" tab has my example price list. If you want to inquire further about specific sizes and prices, feel free to message me.
“Giclee” is a french word that means: A spray or spurt of liquid.
Essentially it is a printmaking process in which the print is made by spraying paint onto the surface to recreate the original image. It is now a standard way of making high quality reproductions of art pieces.
Whenever a Giclée is ordered from me, as a standard I always paint directly on top of the canvas print to add texture and embellish the richness of color. In that way each Giclée is a unique hand painted and slightly differing version from the original.
- How long does it take for a commission to be completed?
This will vary greatly depending on the size, medium and specific details of each request. The quickest I have taken was 1 week & the longest was 4 months. On average it is pretty standard for each commission to take roughly 3-5 weeks.
- Can you accommodate a rushed commission?
I have worked with several rushed requests that needed to be finished before a specific date. For an additional charge, I can accommodate most rushed times, though nothing under 1 week.
Watercolor paintings have no drying time to consider so they are most ideal for rushed requests, while oil paints take roughly a week to dry, so 2 weeks would be the soonest possible that an oil painting would arrive.