How to go about buying directly from an Artist
Getting to know each other – One of the benefits to buying directly is developing a one-to-one relationship. I have discovered lovely connections with the people who like my art and have made some good friends over the years. If you see an original painting you’re interested in please don’t hesitate to contact me.
Do you have any questions about owning an original art work?
I am happy to answer any questions with regards size, framing, style, postage costs, studio visits, possible commissions or any other questions you might have.
Seeing the work – If you can’t visit but want to see a painting in context to assess size and scale, I am happy to take more photographs and email you images. Just ask.
Studio Visits – You’re welcome to visit my studio to view paintings with no obligation to buy. I love seeing people and another pair of eyes on my work is always interesting and helps me! Please do email, text or phone me if you would like to visit my studio near Lanark, South Lanarkshire, Scotland. The beauty of a studio visit is that you will find all sorts of things that haven’t made it onto the website yet and can say hello to my dog and the ponies, my muses, and see the landscape that has inspired a lot of my work. Kettle will be on!
Postage and Packaging – there may be an additional cost for posting original artwork depending on the size and destination, but postage and packaging will be charged at cost, so no hidden horrors! There are no additional postage costs out with the website for prints. My apologies for not being able to work out postage for each of the original paintings on the website as they vary in size and the ultimate destination! I will deliver safely and promptly and can post worldwide. If you’re local we can arrange pick up or delivery.
I look forward to hearing from you or seeing you and hope you enjoy the artwork on this site
All the best,
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