FAQ

FAQs

Q: I'm interested in a commissioned painting from you. How do we get started?

A: Thank you for your interest! I've put together a separate page that provides greater detail into requests for commissioned artworks (watercolor, acrylic, drawing, etc.). Check out my Commissions page.

If you still have questions and want to consult, send me a message.

Q: What is giclée?

A: Giclée is the process of creating high-quality reproductions (aka prints) of paintings, photographs, and other two-dimensional art. Giclée prints are made of special archival ink on archival grade material to ensure fade-resistance over time.

Q: Why buy giclée instead of the original?

A: Some reasons include cost, size, and volume. You might be interested in a more economical price point, a custom size of the original piece, or you might want several copies of a specific artwork. It's really based what your goals are, and I'm happy to help you find what you need!

Q: Giclée vs. Inkjet prints--what's the difference?

A: Giclée prints are usually preferred for fine art reproductions which use higher quality materials than inkjet prints. Additionally, giclée prints boast better color accuracy, vividness, sharpness, and overall quality than inkjet prints. 

Q: What if I want a custom size of the artwork?

A: No problem! I'm happy to work with you on your custom art needs. Contact me and we can get started from there!

Q: How long will it take for my order to arrive?

A: Depends on the order. For originals and art prints, shipping and delivery may take around 5-7 days to arrive (within USA; minimum 2 weeks for international). For large batch orders (accessories, prints), turnaround may be within 1-2 weeks. Lastly, for commissioned artworks, times will vary based on pending orders. I will provide you a timeline of when to expect your commissioned artwork to be completed and delivered.

Q: Do you sell wholesale?

A: Yes I do! Check out my Faire wholesale website to learn more.