F A Q
Do you sell Wholesale?
Yes, I do. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request a line sheet and/or wholesale pricing details.
What do you recommend for framing options?
All of my smaller prints (5x7, 8x10, 11x14 & 18x24) are intentionally created in a standard size format. This is to save you money on custom framing. For all of these sizes, I highly recommend Aaron Brothers, Ikea or Michaels for their standard frames. I typically suggest a simple frame- either white, natural, black, grey or gold with either no matting, or classic white matting.
For larger sizes, custom framing may be necessary. If your budget allows, there are literally thousands of options... and the world is your oyster. My favorite framing technique for watercolor paper is to float the piece within the frame to show off the deckled edge and texture of the paper. I work with an excellent custom framer, and he can typically do this technique for around $250 for smaller pieces up to $400 for the larger pieces)
Most of my canvas pieces already come framed in a solid wood floater frame. This serves two purposes- to both protect the canvas, and also to finish the look of the piece and give it more of a polished look. Any of the pieces I sell may also be sold without the frame as well if you prefer the look of unframed or want to add your own custom frame.
Can you do large commercial projects?
Yes! I recently got the privilege to create 180 pieces for a boutique hotel called The Landsby. I loved working with a team of designers to help their vision come to life, and really look forward to taking on more projects such as this. I am flexible, hard-working and will ensure that the project will get completed within budget and deadline restrictions. If you are interested in collaborating on any large-scale projects, please let me know!
How do I hang my painting once it arrives?
1. Using a measuring tape and pencil, measure approximately 57" from the ground and mark a pencil dot on the wall. This is the standard suggested height and is the average "eye level" height... so not too low and not too high.
2. Flip your painting over and pull the wire tight with your measuring tape and measure to the top of the painting. Add this distance above the original mark you marked on the wall and mark an "X" in this spot. This is where the painting will hang.
3. Using a hammer, nail the hanging hardware in the marked "x" spot. Hang painting on nail/hardware hook. Done! Stand back and admire your handiwork :)