The Process of Ordering a Custom Portrait:
1.) Contact me. We will discuss the details of your art project and you will send me the photo you wish to use (make sure you own the reproduction rights to the photo so we're not copying a photographer's work without their consent). I will then calculate a price.
2.) Once you have accepted my proposal, I will get started on your custom piece. Custom artwork can take 2-8 weeks, depending on the complexity and number of projects I have going at one time. Let me know if you need your order by a certain date and I will try my best to accommodate you.
3.) When your artwork is finished, I will e-mail a picture of the final piece to ensure your satisfaction, frame it, and then carefully package and ship your order as soon as possible.
4.) Hang your artwork and admire it on your own wall or give an unforgettable gift to someone special. A fine art portrait is the perfect, one-of-a-kind gift for Weddings, Anniversaries, Birthdays, Holidays, Memorials, etc..
If you like the examples of my work in my portfolio, rest assured that you are making a quality purchase. My artwork is very meticulous with much attention to detail. I've always believed that a job worth doing is worth doing well, so good craftsmanship and customer service are always top priorities. My prices encompass labor, materials, and overhead expenses. Printed copies of your artwork are also available for purchase.
Details for this type of item:
1.) Standard Sizes: 11 x 14, 12 x 16, 14 x 18, 16 x 20, 18 x 24
2.) Materials: Charcoal Pencil on White Paper
3.) Pricing: Prices vary depending on the size of the artwork and the number of figures (people) and elements (background, pets, furniture, etc.) in the image. Contact me for an exact quote.
3.) Signed & Dated
4.) Mat: I use acid-free mat board. Give me an idea of the color you have in mind and I will find the best match among my samples.
5.) Frame: 1 5/8" Traditional Wood - You have a choice of black or dark walnut. See the thumbnail above. Have a different frame style in mind? We can discuss alternatives.
6.) Watermarks on images are for copyright purposes and will not actually be on the artwork.