How long does it take you to produce a piece of artwork?
It varies from piece to piece depending on how much detail is in the image. Typically it takes me around 30 to 50 hours of constant drawing time to get the work to the standard you see on this website. This is something I really enjoy doing. As a result I am extremely proud to produce the high quality artwork found on this website. I do hope you enjoy it.
Where do you get your ideas from?
I love to read the Bible. I believe it is God's word to us and provides instructions on how we should live our lives. It is full of poems, stories, history, instructions and much more. Nearly all of my ideas come from time spent reading the scriptures and seeing the imagery in my mind's eye. I also believe that God created the beautiful world we live in; I therefore also take a lot of inspiration from the natural world too.
Is all the artwork on this website for sale?
Yes, all the artwork on this website is for sale. I am also open to receiving commissions of specific pieces however would kindly request that you are patient with me and give me plenty of time to produce the work.
If you are interested in commissioning a piece please see commissions & contact.
Will the artwork I order be an original or a print?
Due to the nature of my artwork being produced on the digital program Procreate all the work sold are prints. However only a limited number of prints are produced to ensure that few copies are in circulation and the work you have up in your home is a high quality limited edition piece of art.
How many prints of each image are produced?
Due to the deeply personal nature of my artwork I will only be producing 100 prints of each piece of art for each size sold. I hope that the artwork resonates with you and that you are proud to display it in your home knowing that my work is not intended to be a ubiquitous piece of art.
Are all prints signed by the artist?
Yes all prints come numbered and signed by the artist.
What printing methods are used to produce the artwork?
All my artwork is printed using Giclée, fade-resistant, printing methods. This ink jet printing process is used to produce beautiful archival standard fine art prints with incredibly fine detail. The results speak for themselves, enjoy!
What kind of paper is the artwork printed on?
All my artwork is printed on to Hahnemühle Bamboo 290gsm paper. This is the first ink jet paper made from 90% bamboo fibres and 10% cotton. This warm base paper has a smooth surface texture, which makes it perfect for matt warm tone black and white images such as these.
What frames do you use to mount your work?
All the framing for my artwork is sourced locally in Surrey from The Urban Framer, who delicately hand makes each frame according to your order. This means that you can have confidence in the high quality, hand-made frames produced and can enjoy your artwork displayed in your home for decades to come.
Do you provide a gift wrap option?
All artwork is carefully wrapped to a high standard. However if you would like to include a gift message please indicate what you would like it to say on your order form.
How do I pay for my order?
As a new business we are not yet taking online payments but we will send you an invoice with confirmation of your order within 3 working days. This will provide details of how to pay and an estimated delivery date. Most payments are made using online banking directly to our business account, this is our preference but if necessary we can accept a cheque too. Once payment is made and the order has been processed we will be in touch to update you on the status of your order and confirm a delivery date.
Do you deliver globally?
I am working to secure a trusted international courier at this present time but currently I can only deliver unframed prints globally. Please note postage and packaging will be charged accordingly and may differ from the prices outlined below.
Which delivery company do you use?
Currently I use Royal Mail Tracked Delivery service.
How much is delivery?
Once you have placed you order I will confirm the cost of delivery in your invoice as this is dependent on each specific order. I use Royal mail trackable delivery service which requires a signature when delivered. I do not seek to make profit from deliveries. As a guide, typical costs for unframed prints are as follows:
A5 - A4 Unframed - £4.70
A3 Unframed - £6.90
A2 - A1 Unframed - £12.12
Delivery costs for framed prints range between £10 - £25 depending on size and weight of your chosen frame.
Please note: If you live very locally (GU14 / GU15 / GU16) I can arrange for you to collect your order (for free) or I can personally deliver the artwork to your home for a small fee of £3.
How long will my order take to arrive?
Each artwork is printed for bespoke orders and I endeavour to get your order to you within 2 weeks for unframed prints and 3 to 4 weeks for framed pieces. Once an order has been placed I will be in touch to provide specific details and delivery dates.
Do I need to be in to receive a delivery?
To be sure your print is delivered safely, I use signed for Royal Mail delivery services. Therefore you will need to be in to sign for your order. However many delivery services also enable you to nominate a safe place for your parcel to be left if you are not going to be home. This said I would always recommend trying to be in to receive an order or requesting it to be delivered to a trusted neighbour.
What’s your returns policy?
I hope that you like the artwork you have viewed and that you are confident in your purchase. Due to the nature of my work being bespoke artwork that is signed and numbered I am unable to offer refunds. Only if the artwork is damaged in transit will the work be replaced. If there is damage to a print you have received in the post please take pictures at the earliest possible stage and contact me immediately. This will enable me to liaise with the delivery company and ensure my service is improved. Please note I do not operate a free returns policy.
What happens if my artwork is damaged in transit?
Please contact me with a picture if your artwork is damaged in transit. This will enable me to assess the damage and improve my delivery service. We can then discuss a replacement print. All damaged artwork will need to be returned to me.