Commissions are CLOSED
I’m so stoked that you’re here! Together, we’ll create something truly special that you’ll cherish for years to come. Here are a few things to help you understand the commission process a little better.
Before we get started, you’ll need to decide which style of work you’d like to commission. While I’m primarily an acrylic painter and mixed media artist, I enjoy branching out from time to time to try new things, challenge myself, and strengthen my skill set. Pet portraits and abstract commissions take priority. Most of my clients are drawn to previous work and will often reference pieces with colors and elements that speak to them. Once you’ve decided on the style of the piece we’ll discuss size and material. If reference photos are needed, we will look through the ones you have to determine which ones will work best. Additionally, I’ll give you the option to see in-progress pictures of the piece as it develops or wait until the end. Most of my clients want to be surprised so they wait until it's finished but it’s up to you!
When I open my books for commissions, I’ll make several posts on Instagram as well as make an announcement in my newsletter. Spots are limited and on a first come first serve basis. If you have any questions about custom art, feel free to email me at email@example.com or send a message through my contact form.
Serious inquiries only!