Applying for a Commissioned Work of Art
Thank you so much for your interest in working with me on a commissioned piece of artwork. I’m excited to begin the process of understanding your vision, but before we dive into the creating process together I first need to ask you a few questions to better understand you as an individual and determine if this project is a good fit. To ensure my complete attention to each piece, I only accept three commision requests per month, so please make sure to get your application in as soon as possible so we can lock in your spot. I typically book at least one month in advance.
Email address *
Name (First and Last) *
Your answer
Who is this piece for? (Yourself or your family, a friend, loved one?) *
Your answer
Where will this piece be located? Tell me about the location. (i.e. home, work office, coffee shop, etc.) *
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Tell me 2-3 colors you'd like to see incorporated into this painting. *
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What size would you like this to be? Please give measurements if you can. The more specific, the better! You can also let me know the budget you’re working with so that I can let you know what options I can offer! *
Your answer
Would you prefer your painting on paper or stretched canvas? *
Would you like me to have it framed for you? *
Look through my past and current works on my site and tell me by title, which are your favorite. What about these makes them your favorites? *
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Share with me what has inspired you to get a custom painting made or anything else you’d like me to know! (If you would like your commission to include more than one painting (i.e. diptych or triptych), please note those details in this section.) *
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I will be in touch with you within the next few days with any follow up questions or wether I can take on your project and to provide you with a quote. Please note a 50% fee is required upfront to secure your spot and is non-refundable. Works will be customized to fit your preferences while remaining true to my artistic style.
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