The answers to some common questions about buying art. If you have a question I didn't address here, please send me an email and I'll be happy to get back to you as soon as possible.
How long will it take to receive my artwork?
I usually ship prints within five business days of receiving your order, but in some case it may take longer. From there it takes about 2-5 business days (within the US) for you to receive it.
Do you provide tracking information for the shipment?
I will email you a FedEx or USPS tracking number for your order as soon as I send it. You will be able to follow the package on its journey, and know in advance when it will arrive.
If I want a larger/smaller print size than I see in the shop, can you do a special order?
Yes, absolutely! Please contact me via email and I will do everything I can to get you artwork that is perfect for you. Keep in mind, we can only go so large on prints, but if it's possible, I'll make it happen.
Are the prints framed?
The prints are not framed, due to the variety of personal tastes in framing, I leave that part to the individual. The canvas prints are ready to hang without a frame, but the paper prints will want to have a frame around them. Any images of framed artwork that may appear on this site are for display only.
Will you paint my favorite cow? (or dog, or goat, or...)
I do paint custom paintings for people, and I'd be happy to talk to you about what you have in mind. For these types of projects, I work from photographs, so it helps if you already have an image that you'd like me to use. I have completed countless commissions for people over the years, and if you send me an email, I'd be happy to talk to you about it.
Well, I adore cows, and I think they really got the short end of the stick in this go-round. I want to honor them a bit, elevate them some, and hope that people see that they are just as important as you and I. I am truly passionate about the well-being of the animals on this planet. In fact, a portion of all sales is donated to animal rescue and protection organizations, so everyone can feel good about buying art.