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Ready to discuss a commission? Read more below:
What kind of commissions will I be accepting?I specialize in realistic landscape, scenery, and architecture based pieces and would love to work with you if you are looking for an oil painting that falls within these categories. Contact me below with your most imaginative landscape ideas and together we can bring these concepts to life in an oil painting!
Am I currently accepting commissions?YES! My commissions are now open for the first time.
How do commissions work?Contact me below with your commission ideas and your personal information. Together we will discuss the proposed commission including the size of the finished oil painting, the reference image that will be used, the timeline in which the artwork will be started and completed by, and the overall cost of the project. Once terms of the commission are agreed upon, a contract will be signed to formalize the arrangement and begin the painting process. The painting process will commence and I will be sharing work in progress updates with they buyer. When the painting is completed, the buyer will be notified and will be able to see the finished work of art. There will be a waiting period of about 1-2 months in which the oil painting will need to dry, be signed, and varnished. When payment for the artwork and shipping is finalized, the painting will be carefully packaged and shipped to the buyer to enjoy their one of a kind piece!
What are the price ranges for commissions?The price range for an oil painting commission can vary based on several factors including the size of the artwork, the complexity of the subject matter, and the level of time and materials required. Generally, larger paintings require more time and materials, resulting in a higher cost compared to smaller or less detailed pieces. At this time, all commissions rates will start at a base of $1000 USD. If you are inquiring about a commission, I will be in close communication and together we will decide on an appropriate price.
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