- Where are you from?
- Who takes your pictures?
- How tall are you?
- What should I do if I receive a damaged piece of art?
- How much does it cost to commission a painting?
- How long does a commissioned piece take to be completed?
- When do I pay for a commissioned painting and can I return a piece I’ve commissioned?
- What is your return policy on prints and original work?
- How can I commission a painting?
- What payment methods do you accept?
Where are you from?
I’m a Utah girl, born and raised. I grew up in a smallish town about 30 minutes away from Salt Lake City, UT. I moved to Logan, UT for a few years to attend Utah State University and I have now moved back to the Salt Lake Area.Back to Index
Who takes your pictures?
My husband Chris and I both take photos for this site.Back to Index
How tall are you?
I am 5’6”Back to Index
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What should I do if I receive a damaged piece of art?
This is a very rare occurrence because I ensure that each painting is packaged securely. If you receive a damaged piece of art, contact me within 24 hours at Elise.firstname.lastname@example.org. Please save the box and all packaging material.Back to Index
How much does it cost to commission a painting?
The cost will vary from one painting to the next depending on the size and complexity of the piece. For an exact quote please email me here. Below are a few canvas sizes with prices to give you a rough idea of cost.
8×10 – $200
11×14 – $385
16×20 – $500
24×24 – $700
24×30 – $800
30×40 – $1,000
How long does a commissioned piece take to be completed?
This really depends on the size and complexity of the painting and my schedule. Please expect 3-4 weeks for a piece to be completed. You can ask for your work to be completed sooner for an additional charge.Back to Index
When do I pay for a commissioned painting and can I return a piece I’ve commissioned?
I required a 50% non-refundable deposit before I begin any commission piece. This assures that my time and materials will be paid for. Once the piece is complete, I will send you a high resolution image of the work or you can see it in person. If you accept it, the remaining 50% will be due. If for some reason you are not entirely satisfied when you see the image, I can work with you to make small changes. There are no returns once you take possession of the art.Back to Index
What is your return policy on prints and original work?
For Prints: All my prints are ordered through Fine Art America. FAA has a satisfaction guarantee. Per FAA “If you’re not happy with a purchase that you made on FineArtAmerica.com, for any reason, you can return it to us within 30 days of the order date. As soon as it arrives, we’ll issue a full refund for the entire purchase price.” Click here to see FAA full return policy.
For Originals I want you to be absolutely in love with your purchase. If the painting is not what you were hoping for, you can exchange the painting for a different one of the same size or I can create a new painting for you. I offer a 7 day, no questions asked exchange policy on all my original work.Back to Index
How can I commission a painting?
If you wish to commission a custom oil painting, please reach out to me directly here. I will be able to send you a quote and go over all the details for your painting. I can do a variety of different commission work including landscape, portrait, and still life. I would love to hear your art ideas and make them a reality!Back to Index
What payment methods do you accept?
I accept all forms of credit and debit cards as well as checks and cash. All online purchases require the use of a card. Credit cards are processed securely through paypal.Back to Index