Frequently Asked Questions
How do I commission a painting from you?
What is your return policy?
You can find details on my return policy on my Returns and Refunds page.
What materials do you use for your paintings?
I usually use acrylic paint for my paintings. I enjoy the color ranges you can get from acrylic paint and I work quickly and need a faster drying paint than oil. I also use stretched canvas, MDF board or paper. I occasionally will use other media such as inks, charcoal, or modeling paste to create different effects in my work. I enjoy experimenting with materials and techniques.
Are you self taught or do you have formal schooling?
I am a mix of both. I took art courses from grade school all the way up to college but I did not graduate from an art program with any kind of art degree. I didn't really begin to paint seriously until several years after college where I began heavily focusing on abstract whereas most of my artwork from school was more realistic.
How long have you been painting?
I fell in love with painting in 2003 when when I was 10th grade. I continued to paint pretty consistently from the time I was 15 to about 18. I started college and really only painted when it was required for one of my classes and eventually pretty much quit all together with the exception of a few projects for friends. I picked up a paintbrush again in 2015 and haven't stopped since.
Do you sell prints?
Currently, I do not sell prints of my work but I do intend to in the future.
Do you offer framing for your paintings?
I do not offer a framing option for my paintings. If you would like a frame for your piece, you will have to purchase your own. All of my paintings do come with either hooks or wires and are ready to hang as is.