Frequently Asked Questions

Can you help me with framing?

Yes! Framing options are provided either within the art listing itself, or in the frame shop where I keep a sampling of frames available to ship –– direct to you from the studio! Having your art framed in the studio is a great way to get that extra step taken care of so you can hang and enjoy your art quickly.

Concierge framing services are also available for a small fee via email, where I work with you one-on-one to find the perfect fit for your space. 

The framing process is something I am continually working to make easier for my clients as I receive feedback, so I would love to hear from you should you choose to use any of these options!

Do you have payment plans?

Absolutely. We can work together and find a solution for you! Upon first installment, the listing will be marked as sold. Once the art is paid for in full, the piece will be packaged and shipped. For more information or to set up your payment plan, please contact the studio.

Do you make custom pieces?

Yes! For more information on commissions, go here.

How do I care for my art?

Your art has been thoughtfully created with the finest quality heirloom mediums and surfaces, and varnished for protection. All fine art media is fragile. Try not to touch the surface, and place in a space that avoids moisture and harsh sunlight to prevent water and sun damage, unless sealed behind special glass.

If your piece has been varnished with cold wax or mounted on wood before leaving the studio, you may use a clean soft cloth to gently dust the surface of your painting as needed.

Do you work with galleries, interior designers, or other small businesses?

Yes, I do! Gallery or store owners, please send me an email to discuss further details at

I also love working with designers and would love to offer you a specific discount as you decorate homes and spaces! Just send me an email here and a link to your portfolio or website.

How are your prints made?

All reproductions on my website are giclee, fine art reproductions. A giclee print is a way to classify a professionally produced print using inkjet technology applied so finely you cannot see the dpi, and with proper care should last a lifetime. As with any fine art media, I recommend minimal handling and touching of the paper surface to ensure longevity. 

Who owns the rights to the artwork after it is purchased?

The short answer is that I retain all rights to my art after the sale. Please read the Terms of Use for an in-depth explanation.

If you have additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact me