1. How do I purchase your work?
Email me through the Contact Me page. I’ll need the number and title of the work, and your contact information. I’ll determine shipping/handling/insurance charges and sales tax (Texas only), if applicable, and send you an electronic invoice. From there, you will be able to pay online. Once payment has cleared, I’ll pack, ship, and provide a tracking number.
2. Do you ship your work internationally?
For now, I ship only to addresses in the United States.
3. I live in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. May I avoid shipping costs by picking up the art?
Yes, you may. The best (and safest) way to do that is for us to meet at a public place near my studio in Fort Worth.
4. Do you offer payment plans?
Yes, I offer layaway plans for items $300 and up. I will invoice you monthly for two to four months, depending on the price of the artwork. When the final payment has cleared, I will ship the painting to you. If you’re local, you may pick it up at a mutually agreed upon site.
5. Are you represented by any art galleries where I may see your work in person?
I currently have work showing at Upstairs Gallery in Arlington and Art on the Boulevard, which will host several events a year. Check the Events & Exhibits page for a current schedule. Also, I send out email newsletters about once a month announcing events, shows and new work. Notify me by email if you’d like to receive them.
6. Do you create commissioned work?
I’m happy to discuss your needs with you. If we reach an agreement on details, I’m glad to create art especially for your space.
7. Do you offer prints of your work?
I am offering museum-quality giclee´prints of some of my larger paintings. Let me know which ones interest you, and I’ll determine whether that specific painting is available as a print. Keep in mind that your print will be smaller than the original. For example, if the painting is 40″ x 40″, you may choose from sizes 36″ x 36″, 30″ x 30″, and 24″ x 24″. Giclee´prints are a great choice for the budget-minded art lover.
8. Do you post your work on social media?
I do. I’m pretty active on Facebook and Instagram. I’d love to have you join me there to get a peek behind-the-scenes and offer feedback to my sometimes pressing questions, and witness my creative angst. Fans and followers also get to see new work before anyone else.