This is easy: Just get in touch and say hi!
A simple email, a one liner with what you have in mind, and I’ll walk you through it all.
As I said, easy.
If you want to prepare here are a few questions you might want to ask yourself.
Only a few might apply to your case, so don’t sweat it. This is just a guideline.
If it’s for professional use, it means you already have a set of constraints. Share as much as you can. For the copyrights quote I’ll need to know what the image be used for and the kind of diffusion.
Of course, it depends. Like anything, there is a wide range of possibilities: from a single painting to hang in a kids room, to a collection of a hundred and fifty images for a book.
The only common thing is that I keep my prices as fair as possible.
Here also, it depends. If you commissioned a painting, you’ll get the original, signed and accompanied by a certificate of authenticiy, delivered rolled via express courier, anywhere in the world.
I never provide the paintings framed.
First, they are hard to ship safely, but even more, a frame should match its painting as much as the interior it will live in. Whether you pick one up at Ikea or have one custom made by a professionnal framer, you should be the one making the final call.
For a professional use only, if you need a digital image, I can provide a very high resolution file cleaned up and ready to print (also see paragraph about copyrights below).
Purchasing a painting from an artist does not grant you the right to make copies of it.
Copyrights are purchased separately, and price will depend on the usage (support, quantities, geography, etc.).
That also means that I remain the sole owner of any image I paint and can use it on my website, shops or any usage.