Hello! This page gives you lots of information about my pictures, from the materials I use, sizes and framing, prices, delivery and how to buy. You can contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org
Materials and sizes: My paintings and drawings are made using artist-quality, archival materials; watercolour, pen and ink and some pastels. I like to use square and panorama shapes, the smallest being around 10cm x 10cm (4in x 4in) 20cm x 20cm (8in x 8in) to 15cm x 30cm (6in x 12in). All my paintings are original, (ie. only one of its kind, no print reproductions!) signed and often inscribed too.
Framing: Paintings are supplied in a protective mount – or you can order a contemporary frame. The framing style shown in the photos is made with archival-quality materials to give your painting maximum protection and a long life. They start from £35. Allow 10 working days (2 weeks) for framing.
Pricing: Prices for original watercolour, pen and ink paintings start from £150 – £250 (depending on size). This price includes a protective mount. Frame prices start £35 (detailed costing provided upon enquiry).
Carriage:Insured carriage to most UK destinations, £25.00 (framed) and £12.00 (mount) – Overseas carriage quoted separately.
Galleries: Some pictures shown on this site are with local art galleries. Should that be the case, you can contact them directly to make your purchase.
Ordering: To order a painting, complete the the Picture Enquiry form
Payment: You can pay by online bank transfer, cheque (UK only) and most major credit cards by PayPal invoice (no PayPal account required for this).
Payment by instalment: Inspired by the UK’s ‘Own Art’ scheme for galleries, I now offer payment by instalment. Please tick the option on the Picture Enquiry Form and I will contact you with details.
Delivery: Once payment has cleared, I will contact you with an estimated delivery date, usually around 2-3 weeks for UK, possibly 3-4 weeks for overseas destinations.
I hope this answers most of your questions but please contact me if there is anything I’ve missed! 🙂
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