Hello – please don’t hesitate to get in touch with me if you have any questions about my work. I allow studio visits by appointment and accept a few commissions each year. If you’re looking for a specific size or color combination or have a special project in mind, please reach out. I’d love to hear from you!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Not at this time. However, if you have a particular project you want to discuss, feel free to contact me.

I always want my work to be accessible to everyone who wants it, so if you wish to set up a payment program, let’s talk! I’m happy to take payments and hold the piece for you until the balance is paid.

Please fill out the contact form above so we can discuss an arrangement that works for you.

If you aren’t completely satisfied with your purchase, you can return it within seven days of receipt.

Just notify me that you’re doing this, then re-use the packing materials and ship the painting back in the box it was shipped in. Return shipping charges are at your cost – and please send me the tracking information so I can prepare for delivery.

I will refund your money once I receive the painting back in its original condition.

I use quite a few! But usually, I paint with water-based mediums like acrylics, gouache, water-soluble crayons, gesso, etc. I also like using oil paints and sometimes incorporate cold wax.

Accents are often made with oil crayons, charcoal, graphite, and even collage.

Substrates include canvas, wood panels, and watercolor paper (like Arches, Fabriano, Canson, and occasionally my own hand-made paper).

99% of my paintings are finished with a UV-protective satin or matte varnish. Paintings made with cold wax are not varnished.

Due to popular demand, I will be selling prints of some of my more popular paintings. These will be found in my ETSY shop. Each print will be available in different sizes, and can be printed with a satin or matte sheen.

Depending on the size of the print, larger ones will be shipped by a fulfillment center and typically take 1-2 weeks for delivery. Smaller prints that I’m able to print from my dedicated printer will be shipped from my studio.

No. Smaller works on paper (up to 8×10 inches) are typically placed in white mats and shipped in flat cardboard mailers. Works larger than 8×10 are usually shipped in cardboard tubes. Paper paintings are ready to be framed in the frame of your choice.

Canvases up to 30×30 will be mailed in cardboard boxes and are shipped ready to hang. Larger works may be shipped in a tube and are ready to be taken to a framer and stretched to your specifications.

These are my standard shipping & hanging methods. HOWEVER, they are subject to change so please don’t hesitate to ask!!