FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

Contact

Returns and Exchanges
If for any reason you are not satisfied with your purchase, contact me within 3 days of delivery, and ship items back within 14 days of delivery.

Payments
I accept Paypal.

Shipping
Shipping is free. The paintings are shipped via USPS within two business days of order to people who reside in the continental United States.

Will you customize your paintings?
All paintings are original paintings. These are not customizable.

Do you accept commissions?
Not at this time.

Do you frame your art?
The paintings are not framed. Paintings on stretched canvases do not need to be framed and can be hung on the wall with a thumb tack. Works on paper, unstretched canvas and panels are not framed. For the sake of your home decor, it is best to have the painting framed to your liking at your local frame shop. All of my art are standard sizes, so you can get a frame at the Dollar store if you so choose. 😉

Do you ship around the world?
Not at this time. I ship my art via USPS in the continental United States only.

How long does it take you to paint a picture?
The process of creation depends on the complexity of the painting. A painting can be done in a day or so, particularly humorous art, still life and landscapes. My philosophical oil paintings, however, generally take a few months to a year, as they require research and are usually intricate in detail.

What paints do you use?
All paints are artists professional grade, archival and lightfast. I use Gamblin Oil Colors that are made in Oregon, Winsor & Newton Oils that are made in France, and Daniel Smith Watercolors that are made in Washington.

Where do you get your ideas?
From years of studying philosophy, astronomy, symbology, mathematics, and the like. But sometimes, just playing with paints, or a humorous thought is all that is needed to inspire a painting.

Do you sell prints?
Not at this time.