Do you take on commission work?

 

Yes, I do!

I'd be happy to chat to you about your ideas and give you a quote.  It's a very easy thing to arrange and I can work to a budget.  Just fill in the contact form and I will respond as soon as possible to you.

 

 

How long will my commission take?

 

It all depends upon the size of the artwork you have commissioned, so if it's for a gift, be sure to get in touch well before the event so I can book you in and give you an idea of time scales to avoid any disappointment!

 

 

How do I pay for my commission?

 

I request a 50% deposit before I start the work, this is payable by Paypal invoice which I will send directly to your email address.  You don't have to have an account with Paypal, you can use any bank or visa cards to make the payment with them.

The second and final installment is payable upon completion of the work.  Please see the Terms and Conditions for more information about commissions.

 

 

Is your work available to license?

 

Yes, it is.  Quite a few of my paintings have been produced as greetings cards and fine art prints within the UK, for well established companies.  I am currently represented by the Pure Illustration Licensing Agency, and you are very welcome to speak to them about licensing any of my work for your products.

 

 

I don't live in the UK - can I purchase your artwork?

 

Yes, you can!  There are different shipping options based on where you are in the world, simply choose standard or premium options when you get to the checkout.

 

 

Where do you find your inspiration?

 

I'm lucky to live in a very beautiful part of Yorkshire, which is very close to the Peak District and this wild countryscape inspires me enormously.  I also love to visit the coast, where I am in my absolutely element, soaking up tiny details and absorbing the sights, sounds and scents that all become part of my paintings when I return home.  

 

 

 

 

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