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  • Can I see your work in person?
    I love having visitors to my studio. You can have a look around at the work in progress and currently available, by appointment. I can also do a ‘video tour’ if you are unable to visit. Sign up to my newsletter for news of upcoming events and new work, or contact me for details using the ‘let's stay in touch’ form below.
  • How do you handle returns?
    Because I want you to love your purchase, returns are accepted up to seven days after receipt. Return shipping and insurance to be handled by buyer.
  • How do you handle shipping?
    Shipping is free in the contiguous United States. Orders that are shipped to countries outside the United States may be subject to import taxes, customs tariffs, and fees levied by the destination country or the shipping company. These charges are the customer’s responsibility and will be billed by the delivery company.
  • What about framing? Hanging? Works on paper?
    Most large canvases come unframed, to keep weight and shipping costs down (and because they look beautiful unframed). If you prefer your piece framed, I can arrange for this. All of my work on stretched canvas comes wired and ready to hang. Works on paper can be framed under glass, mounted on wood panel, mounted on foam core and framed, or mounted on canvas and hung via grommets. Contact me and we can discuss the options.
  • Do you offer workshops?
    Currently, I am concentrating on my own work. However I love to teach and this may be something I will consider in the future. If you think you might be interested, sign up for my newsletter to be notified of any future workshops.
  • Do you accept commissions?
    Yes. although most of my work does not lend itself to exact replicas. My landscape series and figure work could be adapted quite nicely. My abstract florals and pure abstracts are more intuitive work and are very difficult to reproduce - believe me, I've tried! But if you have a particular size, palette, or orientation in mind, contact me and we can discuss it.
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