Comission a piece of art

Owning art is a great experience. However it's not always possible to find exactly what you're looking for. So why not commission me to do a piece of work?

Commissioning a piece of art is an enjoyable, rewarding process that results in a unique piece of work that is personally created just for you.

What do you need to consider?
  1. Where is the piece to hang? What room do you want it in? What's the light like, the décor etc?
  2. What are the specifications required in the commissioned work (sizes, finish, style) ? The size of a piece does not define it's value. For example a miniature may well cost more than a 12"x16" painting.
  3. What is your budget? If you can let me know what budget you're working within then you're more likely to get value for your money, and avoid disappointment.
  4. When do you need delivery? (Depending on the work being commissioned, the delivery time may be up to 12 weeks, but is usually less. I'll be accommodating when possible)

I do not accept all commissions as I prefer to make good art over making easy money. Quality of artwork and the happiness of my customers is very important to me. If I don't think I can do justice to your commission, I will not waste our time.

If your not happy I'm not happy.

When I do accept a commission, I ask for a non-refundable 50% deposit. For larger commissions I recommended a part way review to make sure we're both satisfied with the progress and direction of the commission.

Milly pet portrait commission
Decorative Smear
01263 514422
Norfolk Open Studios 2017
Crab and Lobster art exhibition
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