So you want a piece of art? Excellent! Here is how we proceed.
I only print a photograph once per size. This means that when you purchase a piece, you’re the only one who will ever have it or one like it. Unfortunately it also means (because you have such excellent taste and I would rather be making artwork than updating my website) the piece you love on the website may already be living in someone else’s home.
Contact me to find out what is currently available. Let me know which images you love from the website and what size you are looking for. We can discuss what, where, when, favorite books, bands, desserts, etc., and then I can send you some options. You say, “I love them all, but I want that one!” And the trusty shipping department will take it from there. Or, if you are in Kansas City drop me a line and make an appointment to come by the studio (near the River Market).
Available sizes, edition of one:
- 11″ x 14″ — matted only
- 16″ x 22″ — framed
- 23″ x 35″ — framed
- 29″ x 15″ — framed set of 4
- 35″ x 51″ — framed
(sizes represent outside frame dimensions)
All pieces (except 11“x14”) are floated in a museum style, flat black wooden frame, using only archival materials and museum glass. The frame has been selected to show the artwork to its best advantage, like that little black dress with just the right cut.
Have a specific size you need? Need multiple pieces to make a bold statement? Want to buy one for everyone on your holiday list? I would be happy to talk with you. Please let me know the images that speak to you and what you have in mind and I will put together a proposal.
I can take paypal, credit card, check, whatever is easiest for you. I’ll ship you the piece, and then you will have a few days to get ready for the party to show it off to all your friends!
Now, if for whatever odd reason you’re not enamored with the artwork you ordered, let me know. You’re cool, I’m cool, and we’re both reasonable people. If you want to ship it back to me, and it arrives in fine shape, I’ll be happy to help you find another or send you a refund (less shipping costs). We should all live with art that we love unconditionally, yes?