Q: What is your pricing?
A: This is one of the first and most common questions I get. And the answer is, it depends! The major factors include sizing, materials and subjects. A larger piece takes more time, labor and materials to complete than a smaller piece. A piece with multiple subjects in it is generally more labor intensive than one, and special requests (a hidden image, or incorporating written text) are also a factor.
Q: How can I obtain a quote?
A: The best way to receive a quote is to send me 3 -5 photographs you could imagine turning into art, as well as a sense of how large you want the piece to be. Even a rough idea is a good place to start. If you know ahead of time that you want it to be a drawing or a painting specifically, just let me know, otherwise you can also leave it to me to decide based on which photograph we choose. Once we've hammered out some of these details, I'll come back to you with a quote. To begin the process, please feel free to contact me.
Q: How long does the process take?
A: Every piece is unique, and larger or more time consuming mediums (like oils, my favorite), take longer than a black and white drawing might. If you have a specific deadline in mind (holiday orders, for instance), please allow at least three weeks for a drawing, and at least eight weeks from the point of transaction in order to receive a final image (pre-shipment).