While this isn't my speciality, I will work on customised art pieces, tailored specifically for the client's needs. This can include plaques or even signs.
Before I can work on any art piece for you, I need to have some idea what you want. For this, it would be ideal if you knew what you wanted as well - including the layout for the piece you want me to recreate. This can include photos, captions and colour schemes.
I work on a variety of canvas sizes, ranging from 7.9" x 9.8" (20 x 25cm) to 48" x 70.8" (122 X 180cm).
Please check my pricing page for more information on what I offer.
Once you've decided on the size of your painting, please contact me with your requirements and we can discuss them in more detail. This includes any deadlines you might have such as an anniversary/birthday/Christmas present.
If you need to send the requirements in a document, please send Word files or PDF files only. Do not send me links to webpages as I might not be able to access the document on them.
Once I have discussed your painting request in full detail with you, I will then need to ask for a 30% deposit so you can secure a slot on my waiting list. This amount will then be taken out of the final payment once the portrait has been complete. The deposit price may vary depending on the size of the canvas you want m to work on.
Payments can be made by direct bank transfer or PayPal which will be invoiced to your email address.
I like to make sure that my clients are kept updated on my progress of their request. Firstly, I'll make up a photoshop picture of the art piece. These will be just for placement and colour representation purposes to give you some idea on what your final piece will look like. It will be here that you can discuss with me any changes to the art piece you wish to make.
Once we have decided on the art layout, I will contact you at the end of each working day so you'll be able to see the progress of your request through the stages.
Please note that I do not work on weekends.
I will also post my progress on Instagram unless you prefer I didn't, in case the painting is a surprise gift.
Once the portrait has been completed, I will send you a final invoice for payment of the art piece which must be paid within 14 days. When I have received the payment, the art piece will then be posted to you via Australia Post.
If you live in Adelaide, we can arrange to meet at a mutual place and you can pay in cash on delivery if you so wish.