Commissioning an artwork is an invigorating experience where you trust me to create work unique to you and your vision. It brings the opportunity to have a personalised work of art that will stay uniquely yours forever.
Commissioning a piece can seem daunting, but it ought to be a fun and collaborative experience, so why not reach out using the form at the bottom of this page, and find out if you would like me to create a piece that is uniquely yours.
Looking for a portrait with a difference? My What3Words portraits include W3W locator of your choice and an embedded map in the portrait. A truly unique gift full of memories.
A very special commission: ‘Proposal’. James proposed to Rebecca at Yesnaby, Orkney. If you look carefully you can see them on the headland. Such an honour.
Mixed media at Kessock Bridge.
Simply email me a photo – backgrounds are interchangeable.
Where do you want your portrait to be?
Here are some useful FAQs that help to establish need and expectations.
It is important for me to understand why you want me to make the artwork.
My timeline is generally dependent upon the number of current works in progress and commissions awaiting completion.
Ideas/styling/location/person – they always help to ‘set the mood and tone’ of a piece.
A photograph of the space is useful if known, and helps me to work with the specifics of aesthetics.
A commissioned piece is a contract. Payment is usually in 2 parts, 50% deposit to confirm the agreement and 50% on delivery.
See the homepage on my website for details on where my work is currently being sold or exhibited.
Specialist framing usually takes between 3-6 weeks and needs to be costed prior to contract. Of course, you can change your mind, but please bear in mind that it is better to consider this as part of the initial commissioning process.
If you are not sure, ask! I am very happy to help.