How to Order your Commissioned Artwork
Step 1. Choose your Artwork Size and Shape.
The product images below give you a guide to work from to fit your personalised artwork to your available wall space. Select the appropriate size on the drop down menu below and add to cart. From here you can proceed to checkout and finalise your payment.
Step 2. Let's Discuss the details.
Once payment has been received I will be in touch within 24 hours to collect photographs of your pet to work from and to discuss any specific requirements you may have.
Step 3. Painting Underway.
It takes 4-6 weeks for a commissioned artwork to be handcrafted after step two is completed and all details are confirmed. I will check in to let you know when your artwork is at completion.
Step 4. Artwork Delivery!
Your artwork will be carefully packaged up in a secure cardboard box protected by bubble wrap. Included will be a Signed Certificate of Authenticity, plus some details on looking after your original artwork. Your artwork will be posted out to your address, or hand delivered depending on your preference and location.
(Hand Delivery within Perth Metro Only).
Unsure of your order or need some help? Please get in touch via the contact page to discuss your ideas, or your questions and I will be more than happy to make some suggestions and help you through the ordering process!
What you need to supply : Reference Photographs
When creating pet portraits, I require photographs of your pet to work from. I can work from most images, even those that may seem to be low quality or not clear enough. I have plenty of experience working from images such as these and can't tell you straight away whether I'll be able to work from your available images or not.
If you don't happen to have any images, I am more than happy to come out and meet your pet in person, to snap a few photos to work from. This option is only available within the Perth Metro Area, and requires an upfront payment of $50 for travel and photography services.
How to choose the right artwork for your home
Too many options to choose from? Here's some things to consider.
Where will you be hanging your artwork?
Choose a shape
Is your wall space taller than it is wide? Then the portrait Orientation might be best for you.
Is your wall space wider than it is tall? Then a landscape orientation might be best for you.
A Square shape is your third option, and like a landscape orientation, would sit nicely above furniture or a bed. It would also sit nicely on a large wall space as a feature artwork.
How much space do you have?
Choose a Size
The size of your artwork should depoend on the size of the wall, or the space in which it will be hanging.
A large artwork makes for a nice feature artwork. On a large wall space, preferably in an area where the viewer can stand back from the artwork to view it in it's entirety, maybe an entry hall or a lounge room, or even a bedroom.
If the space you have is very limited, it might be the mini size that you are after. This size would would work well on a small wall space, where the viewer can see the artwork up close, and enjoy the details.
The in between sizes offer you an alternative for varying wall spaces.
What else should you consider?
Choose an artwork
Of course it doesn't only come down to size and shape. You also need to consider your budget, the photographs that will inspire the artwork and the colours that fit your colour scheme.
Maybe you'd like a subtle artwork that fits neatly into your colour scheme, or maybe its a bright colourful feature artwork that you're after?
Whether you know what you're after or not, I can help with those decisions and create the artwork that's the best fit for you.