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Fees

I use only good quality, archival artist products for all commissions. In busy periods I work down my waiting list on a first come first served basis, so if you have a time limit please get in touch sooner rather than later. If your commission is a gift and you have left it a little late, do consider a Gift Voucher. A Gift Voucher is in fact more than the surprise of a painting, but also the build-up and involvement with its production for the receiver.
The price of a commission will vary according to the medium to be used and the specifics of the brief. Acrylic medium and canvas are more costly than pastel which is more costly than pencil. A large canvas costs more than a small canvas and a more complicated commission brief is more costly than a simple brief. Please also bear in mind postage and packing which maybe up to £20 depending on medium used and size. I put my heart and soul into my paintings and they will be over packed rather than under packed in order to prevent damage. There is of course also my time to be factored in.

In general commission fees will vary from £75 to around £650 unframed plus Postage & Packing.

GUIDELINE EXAMPLES

Simple Pet Portrait Vague Background 16" x 11" / 28cm x 41cm
£150 Pencil
£175 Pastel
£195 Acrylic

Pet Portrait Specified Background 16" x 11" / 28cm x 41cm
£175 Pencil
£200 Pastel
£220 Acrylic

Pet Portraits More Than 1 Animal Any size
Additional £40 per animal

We will agree a price for your painting which will be put in writing. Before starting any work I will take a 25% non-returnable goodwill deposit. There is no obligation to buy the finished work unless you are completely satisfied with the result. If you decide not to buy the finished artwork for any reason please bear in mind that I retain full copyright and right of sale.